LIVE WEBCAST - Ensuring nursing and midwifery executives are at your leadership table, 26 Apr 2017

WEBCAST Qld Breakfast Forum - Ensuring nursing and midwifery executives are at your leadership table
Speaker: Adjunct Professor Shelley Nowlan, RN BN MHM Grad Dip PM MAICD FACN, Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer, Queensland Health

 

''Throughout my 30-year nursing career, I’ve discovered that people join the nursing profession for a reason, a season or a lifetime. Many nurses join our profession to follow in the footsteps of a family member or because a healthcare experience inspired them to make a difference. Others use nursing as a stepping stone as they pursue other career ambitions, travel or family commitments.

Not me. I’m a lifer. No doubts. Ever.

As Queensland Health’s Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer, I’m more passionate and determined than ever to lead Queensland’s nurses and midwives through the challenges facing our profession and public healthcare more broadly. Queenslanders demand and deserve appropriate and timely access to healthcare. Yet our ageing population and growing health consumerism have created a situation which demands a new approach.

As members of the largest healthcare workforce in Queensland, nurses and midwives must be fully engaged in the optimisation of health service productivity and effective patient health outcomes. Nurse and midwifery executives in particular, by virtue of their combined professional and executive mandate, are in a unique position to influence change in healthcare and improve the quality and safety of patient care, particularly in the areas of unmet need in vulnerable communities.

I remember as a child looking with envy at the grown-up table during family gatherings, and feeling a fierce determination to join that table and be ‘heard’ for the first time. I’ve also experienced similar feelings at different stages of my nursing career. But after thirty years, I’m uniquely positioned to share experiences that highlight the benefits of having nursing and midwifery executives at your own leadership tables.

I look forward to sharing my continuing nursing journey with you as I continue to aspire to be the best nurse leader I can possibly be.''

The presentation covers the following domains and skills from our competency framework.

Leading change

 


Health systems and organisations
Health workforce

 

Relationship management


Click here to know more about our competency framework.


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5 or more Viewers: $199.00


When
4/26/2017 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM
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