Well known expert, Dr.Patricia Quigley has demonstrated leadership in evidence based practice to improve safety, and decrease the risk of falls. She has been key in the establishment of community, state, regional and national partnerships to shape research agenda, policy, and health outcomes.
Do not miss this opportunity to learn how to dramatically improve your knowledge and skills in the management of falls!
1. Formulate measurable fall-related outcomes that build upon NDNQI data.
2. Differentiate types of falls as a basis for analysis of program effectiveness at patient, unit and organizational levels.
3. Compare Proactive vs. Reactive Approaches to Fall and Injury Prevention.
Who should attend?
Nurses from all professional specialties;
Quality and safety practioners;
Quality Network members – enter your Network Membership code to access this
webinar for Free. Contact QualityNetwork@ana.org if you need help remembering your Network
NDNQI Hospitals and ANA members are eligible for a discount on this webinar. Please enter the code ARCH2012 (case sensitive) at checkout to receive a discounted price.
Dr. Patricia Quigley is a Nurse Researcher responsible for advancing nursing and interdisciplinary knowledge, skills, and capacity for the conduct of research and research translation.
She has demonstrated leadership in evidence-based practice and analysis of scientific literature. She has been key in the establishment of community, state, regional and national partnerships to shape research agenda, policy, and health outcomes.
Her prior roles include Chair of the Nursing Research Committee, 2000-present. Associate Director, Patient Safety Center of Inquiry.
Her most recent work is as a Research Scientist responsible for development, deployment and evaluation of clinical innovations to improve safety, independence, and freedom of veterans with limited mobility; her goal is to decrease risk of falls and fall-related injuries.
Dr. Quigley holds an MPH from University of South Florida Epidemiology, as well as a BS, MS and PhD in nursing from the University of Florida.
1.0 contact hour will be awarded to each participant who registers for and attends the webinar and completes an online evaluation.
The American Nurses Association Center for Continuing Education and Professional Development is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
ANCC Provider Number 0023.
ANA is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP6178.