Creating and maintaining an effective nursing professional practice environment
Dr. Vicki George and Dr. Kathleen Stolzenberger, Nursing Consulting Partners
This event offers
6.0 CE credits
CE accredited by ANCC.
Back by popular demand! Join our day-long leadership retreat Tuesday, June 18 at the Westchester Marriott in Tarrytown. Whether you are looking for ways to engage your unit nursing teams, or if you are considering (or on the journey to) Magnet® designation, this is the conference for you!
The day will include presentations, group discussion and dialogue on professional nursing practice models, creating an effective shared governance structure then taking it to the next level, establishing effective peer review systems, hardwiring staff engagement, and tips for sharpening your advocacy skills.
Spend the day away from work with your team members, reigniting passion for the great work you do! You will leave with tools to assist you in elevating professional nursing practice in your organization.
Vicki George, PhD, RN is renowned for her specialization in shared governance models, peer review, strategic planning, clinical leadership, innovation, complex systems and helping organizations achieve Magnet® status. She is a researcher, writer and a dynamic and engaging speaker who has published two books on peer review, a shared governance toolkit and numerous peer reviewed journal articles on nursing. She has previously held the positions of: CNO at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, the Vice President and Chief Nursing Executive at Aurora Health Care and the SVP/CNO at Catholic Health Initiatives.
Kathleen Stolzenberger, PhD, RN is a nationally recognized nurse leader who is widely respected for her expertise and influence in advancing professional nursing practice. Her career spans both academic and clinical appointments in progressive leadership roles. She served as President of the Connecticut League for Nursing for several years and was actively involved in forging statewide coalitions to advance nursing education. Kathleen has consulted with numerous hospitals to advance professional practice and strengthen the nursing work environment. She is adept at helping organizations develop and integrate professional practice models that hold relevance and meaning for practicing nurses. Kathleen co-authored a chapter in Leadership Competencies for Clinical Managers: The Renaissance of Transformational Leadership. She is an engaging speaker and accomplished nurse researcher.
This conference is co-sponsored by NYONEL and Finger Lakes Health, and will be presented by Nursing Consulting Partners. Contact hours have been applied for.