The Many Faces of Peer Review in Nursing

A FREE Webinar through Halogen Software

Presenters:
Vicki George, RN, PhD, FAAN
Barb Haag-Heitman, RN, PhD, PHCNS-BC

PART 1:

When: July 10, 2014

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Details:
Peer reviews in healthcare are powerful because they provide authentic practice performance feedback from someone from the same role. These peer exchanges drive a culture of quality and safety, learning and practice advancement. Nursing peer review is often the missing link in an organization’s ability to attain and sustain quality and safety outcomes.

Join us for the first of two webinars that provide an introduction to peer review evidence-based practice principles, structures and processes that help build professional practice environments and accountability for nurses in all roles and in all settings. Thought leaders on the topic will share a systems approach to the application of these principles for practice advancement, quality and safety assurance and role development is presented.

Join Vicki George, RN, PhD, FAAN and Barb Haag-Heitman, RN, PhD, PHCNS-BC of Nursing Consulting Partners, LLC, authors of the book “Peer Review in Nursing: Principals for Successful Practice” (2011) who will discuss:

  • The three essential elements of an evidence based peer review program
  • The structures, processes and principles that guide best practices and achieve sustainable outcomes
  • Best practice examples for a variety of nursing roles
  • The roles of the nurse manager and human resources in a peer review program

PART 2: The Managers Role

When: August 20, 2014

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Details:
In part 1 of this Halogen Healthcare webinar series, Vicki George, RN, PhD, FAAN and Barb Haag-Heitman, RN, PhD, PHCNS-BC provided an introduction to peer review evidence-based practice principles, structures and processes that help build professional practice environments and accountability for nurses in all roles and in all settings.

Part 2 of this series will focus on how nurse managers can facilitate the application of these principles in all nursing roles, along with best practice scenarios.

Key takeaways:

  • Roles the nurse manager plays in supporting a peer review program
  • Areas for manager peer review
  • A best practice of nurse manager peer review

About the presenters:
Vicki M. George, PhD, RN, FAAN and Barb Haag-Heitman, PhD, RN, PHCNS-BC are managing partners and consultants for Nursing Consulting Partners, LLC. Nursing Consulting Partners provides expert consultation that facilitates organizations in creating innovative healthcare solutions that achieve exceptional and sustainable results. They take a whole systems approach in their consulting practice, bringing new and cutting edge ideas and evidence based solutions to our clients. Vicki and Barb have lectured and published extensively on peer review, shared governance and other organizational features that create the best professional practice environments to achieve quality outcomes.