Hear what some of our learners have to say about Charge Nurse Jump Start!
"It addressed some of the topics that my hospital orientation did not cover well. Particularly about floating or sending someone home since that's not something we do often on my unit."
"Last week I had to debrief a pt's nurse and tech after a preventable fall. The guidance in the Managing Personalities chapter had given me some preparation for working through the situation with them in a direct, non-confrontational way despite anticipated push back and blame shifting. I feel it was particularly noteworthy because they have very different personalities, especially in response to negative events. Together we were able to come up with several alternate actions that could have been taken to prevent that fall that could be carried forward to other patients."
Amber Beasley, BSN RN
"Understanding the forces of healthcare help me to be a more effective and compassionate staff nurse. This course provides a new perspective on what it means to be the charge nurse, and how important it is for staff nurses to support nursing leadership. Even if you're not in charge yet, taking this course will help you be a better teammate."
Inga V. Schwartz, MSN, RN, CNL, NREMT
"I really enjoyed the down to earth conversational style that the information was presented in. It made it easy to understand and interesting to pay attention too. I also really found the scenarios relatable and the responses helpful for my position."
"The slides and clips were short but bold and kept my attention. Very informative and useful. I like the "in your pocket sentences or statements" for different situations. "