Nurses Are Leading

A few weeks ago, I had honor of witnessing our Nurses in action during the Association of California Nurse Leaders (ACNL) Conference in Rancho Mirage. The eventful poster session provided 52 posters from across the state with evidenced based practices, innovations and cutting edge leadership. We had three poster presentations, and I am proud to announce to you, that we placed, FIRST and SECOND place!  I saw the powerful resource and voice you have in your colleagues as nurse leaders.

First Place: The Charge Academy: Developing the Tomorrows Nurse Leaders Today –  Grissel Hernandez  MPH, BSN, HBN-BC;  Joanne Meneses MSN, RN, CMSRN;  Gisso Oreo MSN, RN, CMSRN;  Leean Rodolfich MSN, RN, CCRN, CNL

Second Place: Building a Transformational Nurse Manager Workforce through Interactive Competencies – Carole Kulik DNP, RN, ACNP-BC

Poster Presentation: An Innovative Shared Decision Making Communication Process Led to Structural Empowerment and Improved Staff Satisfaction – presented by: Janette Moreno MSN, RN, NEA-BC;  Anita Girard DNP, RN, CNL, NEA-BC;  Carole Kulik DNP, RN, ACNP-BC;  Wendy Foad, MS, RN;  Nancy Lee MNS, RN, NEA-BC

Stanford Nurses continue to demonstrate leadership at every turn, from the Daisy Awards given out to Leah Bailey ( C2 ) and Lauren Reifsnyder (D1) to poster presentation to Shared Leadership successes, we are improving the nursing care. As Stanford Nurses the nursing community looks to us for best practices and care innovation. Do you have a colleague who has demonstrated this leaders? Please let me know so we can share their work with the nursing community here.

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