Date & Time
Tuesday, November 2, 2021, 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
450 Achieving Meaningful Work for Correctional Nurses

An environment that supports professional practice is arguably the most important factor to achieve better staffing, better patient outcomes, and higher staff and patient satisfaction. Many nurse managers implement components to improve practice yet struggle to obtain the outcomes they seek for creating a culture of clinical excellence. Research examines drivers of clinical excellence and translates the significance of professional practice models to correctional nursing. Learn how to lead to improve staff retention and patient care.

Educational Objectives:

Identify your professional practice framework to analyze a challenge to a high-performance nursing workforce

Link the six common components of a PPM to the formulated framework

Discuss potential strategies to shape meaningful work for nurses in corrections

Level: Intermediate