Learning Objectives:At the close of this session participants will be able to:
1. Discover the value-added benefit of NDNQI data reports to analyze staffing trends.
2. Determine optimal ways to create graphical depictions of staffing trends in process informing presentations and reports.
October 17, 2012 1:00 – 2:00pm
Who should attend?
Nurse Quality and Improvement Staff, Staff Nurses, Nurse Managers, CNOs
ANA Members/ NDNQI Hospitals-$29
Nursing Quality Network Members – FREE (Registration still required)
Members of the Nursing Quality Network can attend this event for free.Nursing 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 code.
ANA Members and staff at NDNQI hospitals receive a discount. Select the appropriate option after adding the item to your cart, and enter the appropriate code.
ANA Members please enter the code ANA2012 (case sensitive)
NDNQI Members enter the code NDNQI2012 (case sensitive)
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Katie Brewer, MSN, RN, is a Senior Policy Analyst in the Department of Nursing Practice and Policy at the American Nurses Association, where she leverages data from NDNQI in quality related policy creation. Ms. Brewer’s background in Health Systems Management and her range of experience from ICU to Public Health to Nursing Journalism to Nursing Policy, give her an enlightening perspective on the importance of safe staffing.