Presentation on theme: "Follow Up and Support AACN Clinical Nurse Leader Implementation Conference June 16 & 17, 2004."— Presentation transcript:
Follow Up and Support AACN Clinical Nurse Leader Implementation Conference June 16 & 17, 2004
AACN – Our Work Routine and frequent updates from the CNL Implementation Task Force (ITF) Quarterly surveys to each partnership – 1-2 questions from the ITF and AACN staff regarding progress to date and issues that must be addressed List serve for exchange of information on best practices, progress, questions, and calls for additional support
AACN – Our Work (cont.) Recommendations regarding a uniform set of evaluation parameters that can be used for short-term, local evaluation Long-term planning for a large scale evaluation post implementation of the CNL practice sites Follow-up meetings, regionally based. Regional partnership meetings - Focus of first regional meeting will be a design workshop for design of the practice model.
Working paper on design of the practice environment and transformation of the practice. Statement on differentiation of the CNL and CNS roles – work in process with several individuals to produce this document. Statement on model expectations for practice site preceptors and faculty mentors
Frequent updates on progress to date across the partnerships and how various issues are being addressed. Reference lists, best practice resources, and web sites for practice and curriculum work AACN will work with Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education regarding progress
Reports on collaborative work with other organizations, e.g. NCSBN, ANCC, AONE, groups representing advanced practice, other disciplines, and consulting groups. Progress reports on certification examination development.
Template on press releases for use at the local level to give local news and policy makers information about this transformational work Timeline for CNL ITF work Follow-up summit in 15-18 months to bring all demonstration projects together for reporting, best practice sharing, and networking
What we need from Education/Practice Partnership Projects Commitment to fundamental redesign of the practice environment and the educational experience – this is not incremental change. Response to surveys to be circulated every 3mos – SHORT - on progress to date.
Type of information to be gathered: Steering committee composition and progress, members from education and practice, and how work is progressing on practice transformation and curricular revisions. Challenges you are encountering on in the above work
Partners you are working with – other local and regional connections that have been established. Recruitment plans for the program and marketing to students, clinicians, and faculty. Timeline for progress at your site Attendance at regional meetings
Following this meeting, we will send a letter to all partners identifying next steps and expectations for leadership involvement.
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