*Registration payment includes Credit Cards and Interfund Transfers ONLY.
Any nurses who serve as nurse managers.
This is provided in cooperation with UNC-Chapel Hill School of Nursing.
This workshop is designed for nurses who are functioning as nurse managers. As a nurse manager, you play a key role in delivering safe and high-quality patient care.
The nurse managers' responsibilities may include recruiting, managing and supporting staff, supervising the clinical and administrative functions of a nursing unit, understanding the key financial metrics relevant to your organization, managing unit resources, developing nursing education to support staff development, and using quality metrics to provide safe and effect patient care. This wide range of important duties makes the nurse manager’s job both challenging and rewarding.
Being an effective nurse manager takes a sharp mind and solid practical skills. But becoming a great nurse manager also takes a high level of leadership and people skills.
Human Resources(on-boarding, corrective action, team building/retention, interviewing strategies/shadowing)
Finance (financial metrics, communication with staff on budgetary information, strategies for managing unit resources)
Professional Development (CE classes/In-services, clinical ladder)
Quality & Service (Rounding with staff, patients/families, NDNQI/core measures)
Tracy J. Carroll, MSN, RN, NE-BC, CMSRN &
Christian Turner, BSN, RN, PCCN