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The Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action. Idaho is beginning its third year as a member of the national Campaign for Action which now includes all 50 states!. Idaho Nursing Action Coalition: history. October 2010: IOM Report on the Future of Nursing released

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The future of nursing campaign for action

The Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action

Idaho is beginning its third year as a member of the national Campaign for Action which now includes all 50 states!


Idaho nursing action coalition history

Idaho Nursing Action Coalition: history

  • October 2010: IOM Report on the Future of Nursing released

  • December 2010: First national Summit launching the Campaign for Action

  • February 2011: Became Wave II state, co-leads IALN and IHA with broad coalition commitment by education, industry, government and business.

  • June 2011: first INAC Summit, established leadership and priorities

  • June 2012: Second Summit, established goals and action steps, committed to and defined SIP grant application focus

  • August 2012: Submitted SIP application


Idaho nursing action coalition 2013 update

Idaho Nursing Action Coalition: 2013 update

  • Three Action Teams have identified goals, including baseline data needs and developed action steps

  • Successfully competed for SIP grant, secured maximum match, and have hired four project managers

  • Participate in national CFA webinars, state calls, website, blogs and posts, and national summit in February

  • Created INAC page on NLI website with national links

  • June 13, 2013 Third Annual Idaho INAC Working Summit that outlined the work for 2013-2014


Action teams

Action Teams

  • Education: Lori Stinson, Sandie Nadelson (recruiting additional co-chair representing practice)

  • Leadership (Inter-professional Collaboration): Buffie Main (recruiting 2nd co-chair, preferably a nurse)

  • Access to Care: Sandy Evans, Cherese Severson


State implementation program sip

State Implementation Program (SIP)

  • $150,000 grant funding opportunity announced by RWJF in June 2012

  • Required 2:1 matching funds of up $75,000

  • Required focused project on no more than 2 of the 8 IOM recommendations


Advancing nursing in idaho to improve health

“Advancing Nursing in Idaho to Improve Health”

  • Submitted grant application August 27th 2012

  • Received over $78,000 in match commitments

  • Focused on 2 IOM recommendations:

    • #3 Implement nurse residency programs and other professional development opportunities targeting nurses transitioning to different roles

    • #1 Remove scope of practice barriers


Advancing nursing in idaho to improve health1

“Advancing Nursing in Idaho to Improve Health”

  • Idaho SIP includes 4 separate projects:

    • Create a statewide model for new graduate residency: Val Greenspan project manager

    • Provide professional development opportunity for transition to leadership role: Deena Rauch project manager

    • Create a model curriculum to improve transition to nurse educator role: Ann Hubbert project manager

    • Conduct APRN practice and employer surveys : Julie Marcum project manager


New nurse residency

New Nurse Residency

  • Goal is to create a model statewide curriculum that can be adopted by an employer interested in launching a new residency, and to pilot an additional residency site in Idaho

  • Literature review is done, initial comparisons of curriculum available across Idaho and nationally

  • Stakeholder input received

  • Focusing on impacting geographical gaps, especially CAH’s and rural settings

  • Examining opportunities for collaborative partnerships, building on existing programs, regional approach and research evidence


Questions for discussion

Questions for Discussion

  • Describe an ideal transition to new practice experience in your setting for the first year of employment

  • What is the best way to address scheduling/ work release limitations in CAH’s?

  • On-line vs. face to face opportunities?

  • What is your reaction to the development of a regional programs vs a site specific program?

  • What tangible support for sustainability is needed?

  • Would you like to participate in the stakeholder group or consider being a pilot site?


Transition to the l eadership role

Transition to the Leadership Role

  • Goal is to create or adopt a 4-5 day leadership course targeted at middle management that will be available annually statewide by 2015

  • ACNL Leadership Institute has been recommended for purchase

  • Recruiting additional members for the leadership advisory team.

  • Identifying faculty to teach modules of the course: leadership excellence, healthcare economics, human resource management, performance , practice and policy

  • Pilot with at least 10 attendees scheduled for Fall 2014


Transition to the nurse educator role

Transition to the Nurse Educator Role

  • Goal is to develop a transition program to support clinical nurses assuming academic education positions

  • Systematic review of the literature is underway

  • The focus is on research and design of curriculum and on professional development to prepare nurses without an academic foundation in nursing education

  • Pilot project comprised of clinicians who have been recently transitioned to education has begun

  • Publication of the work is anticipated for 2015


Improving access to care

Improving Access to Care

  • Goal is to design and distribute a survey to evaluate APRN barriers to practice in Idaho

  • The survey is in its final stages of drafting

  • Survey is scheduled to be mailed early in 2014

  • Applied for IBN grant to finance the survey data collection and analysis

  • An employer survey will follow the APRN practice survey

  • The results will be summarized and an action plan developed


Sip match supporters

SIP Match Supporters!

  • Idaho Hospital Association

  • Idaho Alliance of Leaders in Nursing

  • St Luke’s Health System

  • St Alphonsus Regional Medical Center

  • Kootenai Medical Center

  • Boise State University

  • Idaho Board of Nursing

  • Idaho State University

  • Northwest Nazarene University

  • College of Southern Idaho

  • Lewis Clark State College

  • Idaho Nurses Association


Questions

Questions?


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