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You have worked hard to get where you are and have had to conquer learning curves and obstacles to succeed - but what comes next?

"The Vision is Set" is a one day conference bringing awareness to nurses on the perils of microaggressions, medical mistrust, and misinformation to make a positive lasting impact in healthcare through their nursing practice. Come and experience informative workshops and engage in career changing dialogues that will help you bring clarity to your nursing career.  

 

OBJECTIVES

 

A deeper understanding of how micro-aggressions affect your personal life and clinical practice. 

An in depth understanding of the impact of medical mistrust on our patients, families and communities and the role of the nurse in addressing medical mistrust for better patient outcomes

 

Access to networking connections in employment, education, and mentorship

A personal sense of empowerment to seek new paths of personal growth and development in their nursing career

 

Medical Mistrust: What can providers do to advocate for patients?

  • How does medical mistrust affect health care outcomes?

  • What is our role as clinicians and providers to prevent medical mistrust?

Microaggressions in clinical practice: How to build resiliency 

  • Have you ever received an insult or felt slighted whether intentionally or unintentionally?

  • During interprofessional collaboration, have you experienced subtle tones of hostility?

  • Is your work environment toxic, filled with negative energy that sometimes causes feelings that could possibly affect patient care?

 

Start with the end in mind: Transform your nursing career

 

  • How do you represent yourself as a qualified candidate?

  • Do you know how to effectively negotiate your worth?

  • Do you need to refresh your professional image?

 

Right Credentials - Right Scope - Right Practice

 

  • Many providers are working out of their scope of practice and do not realize it.

  • Due to liability issues, hospitals are re-aligning NP practice according to scope of practice

  • NPs with FNP degrees working in acute settings might have to go back to school to get the appropriate certification

TICKETS

 
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