Leadership Beyond the Pandemic
Nurse leaders captured the spirit of innovation as they faced challenges during the pandemic to provide care in a high census, high acuity crisis. AONL conducted a real-time survey at the height of the pandemic to identify those innovations and adaptations in care delivery.
Based on the survey responses, AONL created this new series of podcasts and conversations, which capture these innovations in care delivery with creative adaptations in technology, job role redesign and community outreach. The series explores what lessons learned and adaptations may prove effective for continued use in non-pandemic times as we seek to lower health care costs while providing quality care.
In AONL’s new series, you will hear from a diverse panel covering regional, urban-rural, affluent to under-represented populations’ perspectives.
Leadership Beyond the Pandemic: Care Delivery Innovations
Hear from nurse leaders as they discuss innovations that helped improve patient care delivery. Each episode will cover lessons that nurse leaders can take forward in a post-pandemic world. Access »
Hear from a panel of nurse leaders on how COVID unleashed several technologies to streamline practice and create new applications. Access »
The Marriage of Acute Care with Community Care
Learn from a panel of nurse leaders how the magnitude of the pandemic melted traditional silos between acute care and public health. Access »
Team-Based Care (Part I): Nursing’s Default Care Model
Hear a panel of nurse leaders discuss the rapid transition back to team nursing or newly modified versions of that model. Access »
Team Based Care (Part II): The Contributions of the LPN and PCT During COVID and Beyond
Hear nurse leaders examine factors that led to the reintroduction of the Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) into acute care and expanded responsibilities of the Patient Care Technician (PCT) during the pandemic. Access »
Learn from two nurse leaders as they explore the “new normal” as a guide to leading and managing strategy and operations. Access »
Compassionate Care in Post-Acute and Long-Term Care: During and Beyond the Pandemic
Hear nurse leaders identify best practices for future caregiving to build on compassion strategies and to support resilience. Access »
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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