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Leadership Presentation. Shannon Arender December 2 nd , 2008 MTSU School of Nursing. University Medical Center. Lebanon, Tennessee Originally opened in 1979, with only 65 beds Now a 245 bed, 2 campus acute health care facility Sole provider of health care service in Wilson County, TN.

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Leadership presentation

Leadership Presentation

Shannon Arender

December 2nd, 2008

MTSU School of Nursing


University medical center

University Medical Center

  • Lebanon, Tennessee

  • Originally opened in 1979, with only 65 beds

  • Now a 245 bed, 2 campus acute health care facility

  • Sole provider of health care service in Wilson County, TN


Obstetric unit

Obstetric Unit

  • Consists of labor and delivery, postpartum, and newborn nursery

  • 4 birthing rooms

  • Newborn nursery and isolation nursery

  • 16 bed postpartum unit

  • Women’s Pavilion also includes specialized programs in osteoporosis and menopause, mammography, minimally invasive hysterectomy and breast biopsy


Role of preceptor

Role of Preceptor

  • One nurse manager for OB unit- Laurie Kaudewitz

    • Promote a positive work environment

    • Maintain budget

    • Resolve conflicts between staff and patients

    • Payroll

    • Schedule

    • Certified lactation consultant


Leadership project

Leadership Project

  • Poster presentation

  • In-service to staff

  • Seven important points on breastfeeding basics

  • Research from AWHONN


Leadership project1

Leadership Project


Project objectives

Project Objectives

  • Educate staff on important facts about breastfeeding basics

  • Provide a visual reference, including research, that highlights key points on breastfeeding basics

  • Promote confidence and increase knowledge in staff to enable them to promote breastfeeding rather than bottle feeding


Unique aspects

Unique Aspects

  • Excellent leadership style

    • Involved and concerned about staff

    • Approachable

    • Caring and helpful to everyone

  • Nurse manager meeting

  • Witnessing births


Organization strengths

Organization Strengths

  • Excellent management

  • Small unit: tight-knit staff that work well together

  • Competent and compassionate nursing staff

  • Personalized service


Areas for improvement

Areas for Improvement

  • Gossiping

    • About each other, as well as patients

  • Communication with doctors

  • Organization and maintenance of equipment


Recommendation for improvement

Recommendation for Improvement

  • Express feelings to each other rather than talking behind backs and gossiping

  • Maintain a good relationship with all the doctors

    • Communication

  • Keep track and replace equipment used


Pico question

PICO Question

  • In OB patients, what is the effect of disposal TOCOs transducers on fetal monitoring compared with permanent TOCOS transducers.


Questions

Questions?


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