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  1. Ethical discussions for faculty of a technical college using Socratic dialogue CASN Nurse Educators’ Conference May 2010 Winnipeg, MB Natasha Hubbard Murdoch RN BSN MN Sherry McDonald RN, BScN, MAPPC(c) Darlene Scott BSN RN MSc Joanne Folstad RN, BSN, CNeph, MEd Gwen Mahar RN, BSN, MN Don Leidl RN, BScN, MN (c)

  2. Guiding Statements “Recognize that intended and unintended forms of incivility, aggression and violence enacted in academic and clinical settings can serve to reproduce and escalate violent behaviours and practices between and among all health-care professionals in academic and health-care organizations” (RNAO, 2009, p. 8) “An educational program addressing abuse should be implemented in all health care facilities in Saskatchewan. The educational program should include philosophy and policies which outline the facility/organizations commitment to provide a safe work environment…” (RPNAS, 1994) “A moral communityis a workplace where values are made clear and are shared, where these values direct ethical action and where individuals feel safe to be heard” (CNA, 2008, p. 27)

  3. Quality work environment Definition from Code of Ethics for RNs “Practice settings that maximize the quality of health outcomes for persons receiving care, the health and well-being of nurses, organizational performance and society outcomes…and [have] the resources to ensure safety, support and respect for all persons in the work setting.” Background/purpose for project Faculty comments/support

  4. Appreciative Inquiry What it is Why chosen? Four steps Appreciating Envisioning Dialogue Innovating

  5. Socratic Dialogue Phases Deconstruction Construction Ties to appreciative inquiry Do we use safe respectful dialogue to come to a consensus? How does this conversation reflect the values of our Nursing Division? What are some practical ways that we could use to enhance awareness of our values?

  6. Research Perceptions Consent Marketing Scholarship Quality learning organization Nursing Division Scholar-in-Residence

  7. Focus Group Process ‘Functional dynamics’ Confidentiality Aggregate Stepwise 3 times Potential population

  8. Preliminary Outcomes Safety/Trust Communication styles Faculty & staff asking “Did I miss a dialogue?” Interventions “tool kit” we’re different than the literature

  9. Dissemination Application Socratic dialogue as teaching method Operationalize themes from focus groups Next steps: Research how we’re utilizing Socratic method Partnerships Regional Health Authorities SIAST