Pandemic Surge Staffing: Insights from the Front Lines in N.Y.
No matter where your organization falls on the spectrum of preparing for and treating COVID-19 patients at this point in time, ensuring appropriate staffing levels for safe, quality care is undoubtedly top of mind.
Learn from nurse leaders from across the state of New York who are in various stages of planning and implementing surge staffing amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Begin with a look at Upstate New York, where many hospitals and systems are in the planning phase. Then move to Long Island, where the present state is one of continuous, steady progression. Conclude with lessons learned from nurse leaders in New York City, the COVID-19 epicenter.
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Resources Referenced in Webinar
- Documentation Challenges When Providing Care While Operating Under an Emergency Operations Plan.
- View additional information and resources from NYONEL.
- Nursing Streamling Documentation During COVID-19 State of Emergency
- Streamlined Nursing Documentation for State of Emergency
Please note that the examples listed do not necessarily reflect the views of or constitute advice from AONL. Rather, they are meant to assist hospitals and health systems in devising or refining their own approaches.
Rebecca Mack, MS, RN
Administrative Director, Nursing
Finger Lakes Health
Nicolette Fiore-Lopez, PhD, RN
Chief Nursing Officer
St. Charles Hospital
Port Jefferson, N.Y.
Kimberly Glassman, PhD, RN
Clinical Professor and Associate Dean of Partnership Innovation
NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing
New York, N.Y.
Supported by an unrestricted grant from the Johnson & Johnson Foundation in partnership with the Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation
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