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Growing Our Own:. Cultivating Outpatient Unit Education Champions. Renee Shalvoy BSN,RN; Diana McMahon MSN, RN, OCN ® The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer-Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute (The James). Planting the Seed. The Harvest.

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growing our own
Growing Our Own:
  • Cultivating Outpatient Unit Education Champions
  • Renee Shalvoy BSN,RN; Diana McMahon MSN, RN, OCN®
  • The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer-Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. SoloveResearch Institute (The James)

Planting the Seed

The Harvest

Procedural

Sedation

  • Unit education champions are direct-care nurses who identify, prioritize and facilitate nursing education based on their practice setting.
  • Nursing education provides the champions with tools to transfer knowledge from the classroom to practice.
  • Nurses working in specialty oncology clinics provide complex patient care utilizing new equipment and resources daily.
    • In 2013, The James provided 302,611 visits in 24 specialty clinics
  • The Unit Education Champion:
    • Exemplifies the role of the nurse as a teacher and leader
    • Provides colleague mentoring activities during patient care activities
    • Develops increased expertise in their area of specialty
    • Integrates best practices into their respective units
    • Facilitates just-in-time education in a highly complex, ever-changing clinical environment
    • Increases professional engagement
      • Applications for Clinical Ladder increased by 29 percent

Blood

Culture

Declotting

CVC

Laser

Safety

Dermoscopic

Photo

Universal

Protocol

Bone

Marrow

Aspirate

EKG

Symptom

Control

Intradermal

Injection

Enriching the Soil

Hyfrecator

Electrocautery

Pen

Chemotherapy

  • Care of patients/families
    • Clinically competent and compassionate nurses providing exquisite patient care
  • Care of colleagues
    • Collegial mentorship promoting professional relationships
  • Care of self
    • Autonomy and responsibility facilitating professional growth

PFT

Nebulizer

Epi-Pen

Bovie

STEMI

PleurX

PDT

Blu-U

Therapeutic

Phlebotomy

Professional Practice Model

Cultivating Champions

Lymphedema

Index

  • The unit education champion has the:
    • Autonomy to identify educational needs
    • Responsibilityto implement the education
    • Expertise to facilitate peer-peer evidence-based education
  • The nursing education department collaborates to:
    • Ensures policy and regulatory criteria are met
    • Develops an education template to provide organizational consistency
    • Provides support and resources for the education process
    • Mentors champion in effective education techniques

2013 NDNQI RN

Satisfaction Survey Results

RN-RN Interactions 73.86

Decision Making 53.25

Professional Status 77.66

Professional Development 70.27

  • Champion Quotes
  • “We appreciate the opportunity to identify the needs of our unit and develop unit based education that makes sense for us.”
  • “(Unit based education) increased staff knowledge to improve patient education.”