Presentation on theme: "Continuing Nursing Education Retreat"— Presentation transcript:
1 Continuing Nursing Education Retreat December 10, 2010
2 Overview of Provider Status Activity eligibility for contact hours2011 Process based on MONA criteria changes
3 Activity EligibilityContinuing education – professional learning designed to augment the knowledge, skills, and attitudes of nurse to improve health care and the pursuit of professional career goalsStaff development – process of assessment, planning, development, and evaluation that enhanced the performance/competence of health care providers
4 Staff Development examples OrientationAnnual competency assessmentIn-servicesMandatory regulatory or skills trainingBLS, ACLS, or PALS
5 Continuing Education characteristics Builds on and expands the basic knowledgeProvides new information relevant to nursing practiceVoluntary attendance
6 Activities offered multiple times Contact hours are approved for two years as long as content of the program doesn’t changeAll known dates, times, and locations should be completed on CNE Activity Planning Guide.Dates, times, and locations added later can be communicated via .
7 Criteria 1: Assessment of Learner Needs 1.1 – The needs assessmentHow did you determine you needed to have an activity on the chosen topic?The process used must include nurses in the determination of the topic1.2 – Target audienceHow did you determine to whom you should present the activity?Nurses must be at least part of your target audience
8 Criteria 1: Assessment of Learner Needs 1.3 – Development of the objectives, content, and teaching-learning strategies in response to the needs assessmentHow did you decide what and how to present the topic?Can not be by an outside commercial interestAt WUSM, the planning committee generally makes these decisions
9 Criteria 2: Qualified Planners & Presenters 2.1 – Planning committeeMust include people who representNurse Planner(s)Content ExpertsTarget AudienceOne person can represent more than one roleCan not include an outside commercial interestMay include other nonprofit agencies, if co-providing
10 Criteria 2: Qualified Planners & Presenters 2.1 – Planning committee (cont.)Nurse Planner QualificationsBe a registered nurse licensed to practice in MissouriHold at least a baccalaureate degree in nursing from an accredited programBe qualified by education and experience to guide the development of each activity offered by the Approved ProviderDemonstrate knowledge of the ANCC COA/MONA Approved Provider criteria
11 Criteria 2: Qualified Planners & Presenters 2.1 – Planning committee (cont.)Nurse Planner ResponsibilitiesContributes oversight and must actively be involved in the entire process of planning, implementation, and evaluation for any activity awarded contact hours.Is responsible for ensuring the quality of the educational activities providedIs responsible for ensuring adherences to the educations design criteria for each activity offered
12 Criteria 2: Qualified Planners & Presenters 2.2 – Biographical Data Forms for each of the planning committee members and presentersIf submitting a CV, must still complete role on planning committee and familiarity with the target audienceRole on planning committee section should only be completed if on the planning committeeValid for one year, unless changes occur
13 Criteria 2: Qualified Planners & Presenters 2.2 – Biographical Data Forms for each of the planning committee membersIf submitting a CV, must still complete role on planning committee and familiarity with the target audienceValid for one year, unless changes occur2.3 – Role on planning committee section should only be completed if on the planning committee
14 Criteria 2: Qualified Planners & Presenters 2.4 – Biographical Data Forms for each of the presentersIf submitting a CV, must still complete role on planning committee and familiarity with the target audience2.5 – How did the planning committee decide the qualifications of the presenters2.6 – How did the planning committee decide which presenter would meet the qualifications
15 Criteria 2: Qualified Planners & Presenters 2.7 – Conflict of Interest Disclosure statements for each of the planning committee members and presentersMust be completed for each activity2.8 – If a conflict of interest is identified, describe how it was resolved. For example, planning committee member removed
16 Criteria 3: Effective Design Principles 3.1 – Overall purpose of the activityCould be a general objective for the entire activityUse presentation objectives and content to meet the activity purposeLearner Objectives – verbs matterContent – needs to describe what will be presented to meet the objective(s)
17 Measurable behavioral objectives (Bloom’s Taxonomy of Cognitive Objectives) Area of TaxonomyDefinitionWhat the Participant DoesKnowledgeRecalling of specific bits of informationDefine “primary care”Name the nurse who developed…List the steps in the nursing processState the reason for hospitalizationComprehensionUnderstanding of information; the ability to grasp meaning, translate and interpret informationCompare Orem’s definition of nursing with Roy’s definition of nursingInterpret the lab values for the patient described in the case studyApplicationUse knowledge in new and concrete situationsDemonstrate how to comfort a grieving familyAnalysisExamining the parts of the whole; analyzing relationships; looking at organizationExplain the impact managed care has had on health care economicsDescribe the order in which treatment should be instituted for a cardiac patientSynthesisPutting together the parts into a whole; use of information to create something new and differentDesign a new process for double checking transfusion ordersEvaluationInvolves judging the value of materials and methodsEvaluate the effectiveness of care
19 Criteria 3: Effective Design Principles 3.2 – Gap AnalysisWhat gaps in knowledge, skills, and/or practice does the activity addressCan be more than one3.3 – Teaching/Learning StrategiesDelivery methods - PowerPoint slides, overheads, etc.)Learner feedback mechanisms - Discussion, group discussion, etc.)Resources used – policies & procedures, etc.
20 Criteria 3: Effective Design Principles 3.4 – Criteria for successful completionWhat does the participant need to do to achieve successful completion of the activity and why3.5 – Verification of completionWhat mechanism will you use to determine whether or not participants successfully completed the activity
21 Criteria 4: Awarding Contact Hours 60 minutes = 1 contact hourMinimum number of contact hours awarded is one.Awarding contact hours should be calculated in the hundredths (i.e., two digits past the decimal point) or round down. Do not round up.Time allowed for introduction, breaks and meals should be excluded.Time allowed to complete evaluation should be included.Awarded contact hours are contingent on return of attendance list and evaluation summary.
22 Criteria 5: Activity Evaluation 5.1 – Describe the method used to evaluate the activity – a clearly defined method to evaluate the effectiveness of the activity must be used which includes learner input 5.2 – What type of evaluation will be used (see handout) 5.4 – Describe how the evaluation data is used to improve activities – generate new activity topics, change teaching strategies, etc.
23 Criteria 5: Activity Evaluation 5.3 – Submit a copy of the Evaluation tool which must include:How well the speaker met each of the stated objectivesExpertise of the speakerEffectiveness of teaching strategies usedAnticipated impact of activity on practiceAppropriateness of the physical facility
24 Criteria 6: Promotional Materials Must include:Title of programPresenter name and credentialsDate and time of the activityLocation of the activityNumber of contact hours availableApproval statement
25 Criteria 6: Promotional Materials Washington University School of Medicine is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Missouri Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
26 Logo Usage Our logo is acceptable Commercial advertising or logos can be present in an exhibit room, but not in the room where presentations occurSlides and handouts must be free from company logos and advertisingGive-away items or handout materials furnished by commercial entities with their logos or advertisements must be picked up by participants in an areas separate from registration
27 Criteria 7: Document of Completion 7.1 – Must include:Name of the participant learnerName and address of the Approved ProviderTitle and date of the educational activityNumber of contact hours awardedThe official approval statement adhering to requirements by:Placing a line before and after the approval statementThe statement must stand alone, meaning that it should be listed on a separate line from any other statement.
28 Official StatementWashington University School of Medicine is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Missouri Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
29 Criteria 7: Document of Completion 7.2 – Participant Roster must include:Participant NameCredentials (RN, MD, etc.)Institution/DepartmentAddress/Campus BoxContact Hours Awarded, per participant if differentShould not have any sensitive identifying information including SSN, DOB, etc.
30 Criteria 8: Commercial Support Commercial Support – Financial, or in-kind, contributions given by a commercial interest, which is used to pay all or part of the costs of a CNE activity.Commercial Interest – Any entity that produces, markets, sells or distributes health care goods or services consumed by, or used on, patients or is owned or operated by an entity that does.Sponsorship – Support (monetary or “in-kind”) furnished to the provider of the education activity.
31 Criteria 8: Commercial Support 8.2 – How was the integrity of the activity content maintained 8.3 – Commercial Support Agreement 8.4 – How was bias prevented in the educational content, even if commercial support or sponsorship was not received
32 Criteria 9: Disclosures 9.1 – Items included in disclosure to participantsRequirements for successful completionNumber of contact hours availableSponsorship and commercial supportAny conflicts of interest, or lack thereofNon-endorsement of commercial productsDiscussion of off label useExpiration date for enduring materials
33 Criteria 9: Proof of disclosures 9.2 – If disclosures are made verbally, there must be some written proof that the disclosures were made such as adding a section on the program evaluation (see handout) If disclosures are written, the written document must be included in activity forms.
34 Example of written disclosures Successful Completion: Participants must complete an evaluation form to receive a certificate of completionContact Hours: 5.5 contact hours are available to those who meet the successful completion requirementsSponsorship & Commercial Support: This activity has received no sponsorship or commercial supportConflict of Interest: No conflicts of interest were identifiedNon-Endorsement: Accreditation approval refers only to MONAs continuing education activities and does not imply MONA or ANCC Commission on Accreditation endorsement of any commercial productsOff Label Use: There will be no discussion of uses of products other than what is approved by the FDA.Expiration: Contact Hours expire on Dec 10, 2012
35 Criteria 10: Co-Provider Information Co-Providership is the planning, developing, and implementing an educational activity by two or more organizations or agencies.Co-Providers may only include other nonprofit agenciesA mutual, written agreement must be completedWUSM retains responsibilities as the Provider.
36 Criteria 10: Co-Provider Information Provider responsibilities are:Determination of the educational objectives and contentSelection of the content specialist planners and activity presentersAwarding of contact hours, as appropriateRecord keeping of attendeesEvaluation methodology, completion, and reviewManagement of any commercial support or sponsorship
37 Criteria 11: Post Activity Submit a summary of evaluation resultsSubmit the participant roster