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Irene Knokh - presentation accepted Minnesota Online Quality Initiative START Symposium

Congratulations to Irene Knokh, Professional Development and Education for having her presentation, Professional Development on a shoestring: it can be done!, accepted into the Minnesota Online Quality Imitative START Symposium 2020 virtual conference.

Thank you for your interest in Michigan Medicine!

Michigan Medicine has made the difficult but necessary decision to cancel the Spring 2020 Nursing Career Fair scheduled for Sunday, March 22.

We are confident this is not only in the best interest of our attendees and staff but also the communities they serve.

Thank you for your continued interest in Nursing at Michigan. We value our relationship with our candidates and deeply regret the impact this cancellation has on you.

Our Nurse Recruitment and Retention offices are available for any further support needed. Please feel free to contact us at 734-936-5183 or NurseRecruit_UMHS@med.umich.edu.

Critical Care Medicine Unit (CCMU) awarded the Gold Beacon Award for Excellence

The Michigan Medicine 6D Critical Care Medicine Unit (CCMU) staff was awarded the Gold Beacon Award for Excellence, the highest designation available from the American Association of Critical Care Nurses. In receiving this award, 6D joins the ranks of other Michigan Medicine Adult Hospitals units having earned designations from the AACN, including 4D Neuro Intensive Care Unit (Silver Beacon, July 2016), 5D Surgical Intensive Care Unit (Silver Beacon, May 2009-17; Gold Beacon, May 2018), 7C Cardiac Step-Down Unit (Gold Beacon, December 2018), and Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit (CVC4 (Silver Beacon, March 2019).

American Association of Critical-Care Nurses

Denise O'Brien inducted 2020 Class of Clinical Nurse Specialist Institute (CNSI) Fellows

Denise O'Brien, DNP, RN, ACNS-BC, CPAN, CAPA, FASPAN, FAAN (Operating Rooms/PACU) was inducted into the 2020 Class of Clinical Nurse Specialist Institute (CNSI) Fellows. This is a highly prestigious honor and only awarded to those members of the National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists (NACNS) who epitomize the excellence of Clinical Nurse Specialist as leaders of the nursing profession, staunch advocates for patients and families, and forerunners of innovations to improve the health of populations. The new fellows will be inducted on March 11, 2020 during the NACNS 2020 conference.

New UMSN Masters Degree - Leadership, Analytics and Innovation Fall 2020

Leadership, Analytics and Innovation

The new Master's in Nursing is targeted to building leaders that are data-driven, forward thinking and action oriented. It launches in Fall of 2020 with two admission cohorts and is fully online. This unique program will have the University of Michigan experience and high level quality while offering flexibility and real world experiences with a deep faculty experience. Participants will learn from a range of disciplines, and be mentored by faculty who are national and global leaders.

Leadership, Analytics and Innovation Program | University of Michigan School of Nursing

 

Denise O'Brien inducted 2020 Class of Clinical Nurse Specialist Institute (CNSI) Fellows

Denise O'Brien, DNP, RN, ACNS-BC, CPAN, CAPA, FASPAN, FAAN (Operating Rooms/PACU) was inducted into the 2020 Class of Clinical Nurse Specialist Institute (CNSI) Fellows. This is a highly prestigious honor and only awarded to those members of the National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists (NACNS) who epitomize the excellence of Clinical Nurse Specialist as leaders of the nursing profession, staunch advocates for patients and families, and forerunners of innovations to improve the health of populations. The new fellows will be inducted on March 11, 2020 during the NACNS 2020 conference.

Rebeca Biriiac presented Academy of Medical Surgical Nurses

Rebeca Biriiac, RN (Medical Short Stay Unit) presented a poster, Save Our Skin, Pressure Injury Prevention, at the Academy of Medical Surgical Nurses in Chicago, IL. Rebeca is graduating with her Clinical Nurse Specialist degree and this was the clinical project that she completed with 8C partners, Latoya Freeman, CNS and Meghan Badgerow, ENC.

Kristin Fulton featured INSider - Infusion Nurses Society membership newsletter

Kristin Fulton, BSN, RN, CRNI, was featured in the September/October INSider, the official membership news publication of the Infusion Nurses Society. Kristin led a team of nine Michigan Medicine infusion nurses to achieve their CRNI certifications (Certified Registered Nurse Infusion). | Read full article

UMSN Masters Degree Offered for Fall 2020 Leadership, Analytics and Innovation

Are you a Michigan Medicine nurse who is looking for a degree in leadership? The UMSN masters degree (Leadership, Analytics and Innovation or LAI) is being offered online for the first time for Fall 2020 and applications are being accepted now for the new program. The School of Nursing Dean, Patricia Hurn states: "I am particularly interested in making this readily available to Michigan Medicine nurses. We have folks very ready to steer any interested nurses through the system and to help them in every way. Any Michigan Medicine nurse is welcome to contact me directly or to go to the LAI program lead Dr. Barb Medvec https://nursing.umich.edu/faculty-staff/faculty/barbara-medvec"

Leadership, Analytics and Innovation Program | University of Michigan School of Nursing

Critical Care Medicine Unit (CCMU) awarded Gold-level AACN Beacon Award

The Michigan Medicine Critical Care Medicine Unit (CCMU) successfully achieved a GOLD-level AACN American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) Beacon Award for Excellence. CCMU's accomplishment represents one of many significant milestones on the path to optimal outcomes and exceptional patient care. Congratulations to the entire CCMU team. Receiving this award truly reflects a commitment to excellence in patient care as well as staff engagement.

Beacon Award | American Association of Critical-Care Nurses

Paul Gibson, Krystal Cline and Karra Dettling presented poster 2019 AMSN Med-Surg Conference

Nursing at Michigan's 5B Acute Care Medicine Unit recently had the honor of presenting their poster at the 2019 AMSN Med-Surg conference in Chicago at the end of September. The poster was titled "Bedside Report Booster Shot: A Building Block for Patient Safety". This work was led by staff nurses Paul Gibson MSN, Krystal Cline BSN, CMSRN and Karra Dettling RN. Their work was well received and they were asked for their contact information by many.

Lisa Chismar, Pam Black and Pete Bryant published American Organization of Nurse Leaders Voice of Nursing Leadershp September issue

Congratulations to Lisa Chismar RN, Pam Black RN and Pete Bryant, BSN, RN for being recognized on a national level for the work they have done to promote staff wellness - specifically, creating a space for wellness on their Michigan Medicine nursing unit, 4D. Their article "Taking a break: Creating the Zen Den" was published in the September issue of the American Organization of Nurse Leaders Voice of Nursing Leadership. Active AONL members can access the entire publication via this link. https://www.aonl.org/system/files/media/file/2019/09/voice-september-2019.pdf

The Daisy AwardThe Daisy Award

Congratulations to Central Staffing Resource (CSR) Adult General Care Nurse, Hanna Enriquez Chiang for receiving the Daisy award!

 

 

The DAISY Award is given through a nationally known program currently in place in over 3,800 healthcare facilities in 50 states and 23 countries. DAISY is an acronym for Diseases Attacking the Immune System and this award was established by a family whose son succumbed to a disease of the immune system. During his prolonged hospital stay, he and his family greatly benefited from care provided by superb RNs. This award was established to honor nurses who exemplify that compassionate, thorough care. Within the Michigan Medicine, candidates for the Daisy Award are nominated by patients and/or their families. This is a wonderful honor.

Nursing at Michigan Influencing the World!
Michigan Medicine Nurses: Remember to Enter Your Professional Contributions

Have you recently completed a manuscript, book chapter, or presentation? Have you received a grant or award? If so, we’d like to hear about it! Please take a few minutes to tell us about your achievement by completing the survey linked below. Nursing Contribution Submissions:

https://umichumhs.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_25IgL1skzSQGUFC

This information will be used to recognize contributions made by UMHS nurses. It will be posted on the external Nursing Cited Work website (updated quarterly) and will also be included in the monthly Nursing Update newsletter, Nursing Services’ annual reports, Nurse’s Week activities, and shared at other appropriate venues. Thank you for your contributions!

Nursing Needs Victors - Philanthropy for Nursing at Michigan

Philanthropy provides U-M nurses with support and resources to deliver the most complete and compassionate care. It can also inspire them as they advance cutting-edge ideas to improve all areas of health care. We invite you to join our community to support and celebrate exceptional nursing.

Advancing Care, Improving Lives Brochure | Give Now ~ victors.us/nursing

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