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Essential Building Blocks for the Successful Charge Nurse™ Program

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LMI Faculty
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Course Description

Successful Charge Nurses play a crucial role in patient safety, quality, team function and financial outcomes of a unit. As the healthcare world continues to evolve and organizations adapt, strong charge nurses are essential in this journey.

The Labor Management Institute, Inc. is pleased to offer the Essential Building Blocks for the Successful Charge Nurse© program for both on-site instructor-led program as well as a self-led online course.

The Essential Building Blocks for the Successful Charge Nurse© program is a comprehensive, evidence-based educational program offering a solid foundation to prepare Charge Nurses to be highly effective in their roles. LMI’s Essential Building Blocks for the Successful Charge Nurse© curriculum is fully cross-walked with the AONL Nurse Manager competencies. It concentrates on leadership components, basic departmental finance concepts, staffing and scheduling, change management, evidence-based practice implementation, legal implications of the Charge Nurse role, conflict resolution, quality and safety, and lateral violence and bullying.

Upon successful completion of the program, seven (7) Continuing Education Contact Hours may be awarded to Registered Nurses. Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing Provider #CEP15142.

This program can be offered at your location. Group pricing is available upon request. For more information and hotel recommendations or to pay by phone, call 952-746-7610.

 

About Instructor

  • LMI Faculty

    Headquartered in Bloomington, Minnesota, the Labor Management Institute, Inc. (LMI) offers workforce management education, research and consulting services specializing in operations, budgeting, financial management, employee scheduling and staffing to budget, productivity management and report automation for healthcare and other industries nationally and internationally. LMI is a recognized leader in workforce management and publishes the Labor Management Institute's Perspectives On Staffing & Scheduling (PSS™) Newsletter© and the PSS™ Annual Survey of Hours Report©, now in its 29th year.