CNE Message of the Week (1-21-2021)

Dear colleagues, Last week, we kicked off the year's first Shared Leadership Council meeting with a Town Hall. It was an honor to have Quinn McKenna, Chief Operating Officer, who presented and opened the stimulating discussion entitled "California Dreaming," which included Stanford Medicine's mission and vision. At the same time, I had the opportunity to … Continue reading CNE Message of the Week (1-21-2021)

Message from Dale

Message from Dale, Chief Nursing Officer & Vice President of Patient Care Service December 10, 2020 Dear Colleagues,On Tuesday, December 8th, SHC's interdisciplinary Shared Leadership Councils (SLC) hosted an engaging year-end virtual retreat. During this session, we heard from CEO David Entwistle, who reflected on our organization-wide virtual Magnet site visit and provided updates about COVID-19. Also during this meeting SLC disseminated … Continue reading Message from Dale

Magnet Moments – E2 ICU Improvement Work on reducing HAPI

Liz Borgueta BSN, RN, CWCN, SCRN, CCRN, Anita Musafar, MPH, RN, CCRN and Maureen Fay, MSN, RN, NE-BC, CNML, CCRN-K recently represented E2 ICU and Stanford Health Care during their poster presentation...

Nursing Grand Rounds | April 2018 | Population Health

As the largest, sector of the healthcare workforce, RNs provide a deep and unique set of clinical skills that can enhance the primary care team, increase access to care, and improve the overall patient experience

CNO Message – Week 13 – Healthcare Con

With more than 300 attendees, this two-day conference featured over 36 podium presentations, 48 poster presentations, 11 educational sessions with guest lectures and two keynote addresses by Linda Aiken, PhD, FAAN, FRCN, RNĀ  & Sue Hassmiller, PhD, RN, FAAN

Today’s Successful Nursing Leader is Everywhere

At Stanford Health Care, we are creating the future of nursing and optimizing leadership potential at every level. Nurses have numerous professional practice decisions that need to be made each day, and answer challenging questions from other nurses, physicians and patients. Nursing is often defined as the kind of profession with long hours and high … Continue reading Today’s Successful Nursing Leader is Everywhere