ANA Nursing Staffing Conference

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ANA Nursing Staffing Conference

Sharing innovative workplace strategies

By Elizabeth Hanink, RN, BSN, PHN
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The American Nurses Association (ANA) is hosting a conference with wide appeal: The organization is bringing together leaders and executives from a variety of backgrounds to share ideas and proven strategies for successful staffing, including models and practical solutions.

“Come pick their minds,” invites the flyer for the event. “Share your thoughts. Then take all that you learn and put it into practice at your own hospital.”

Should You Attend?

If the speakers pique your interest, it may be worth it to invest in this conference. Here are a few presenters:

• Stephanie Connors, BSN, MBA, NEA-BC, chief nursing officer, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital
• Jennifer Menzik, RN, Ph.D., NEA-BC, FACHE, author of The Nurse Manager’s Guide to Innovative Staffing
• Kathy Malloch, RN, Ph.D., MBA, FAAN, developer of the Expert Nurse Estimation Patient Classification System
• Sue Davidson, RN, Ph.D., CNS, a leader of the Oregon Nurses Staffing Collaborative
• Sean Clarke, C-RNP, Ph.D., FAAN, researcher of the organizational aspects of acute care nursing
• Robert Dent, RN, DNP, MBA, NEA-BC, FACHE, expert in improving work environments and using technology to improve patient outcomes.

Registration is open now for the event, which will be held November 8–9 at the Washington Hilton in Washington, D.C. Discounts are available for early registration, ANA members and groups of three or more.

For more information and to register, visit the website: www.nursingworld.org/staffingconference.

This article is from workingnurse.com.

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