Augusta Civic Center March 22, 2017 The planning committee for the 2017 Maine Nursing Summit invites you to submit an abstract about innovative nursing practices being used in Maine. The […]
Save the date for the OMNE Nursing Leaders of Maine’s, 16th Annual Maine Nursing Summit
Date: Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Place: Augusta Civic Center
Theme: “Building a Culture of Health Begins with ME”
Keynote: Michael J. Chase
I nominated Christa-Marie Magee, RN, BSN for the OMNE: Nursing Leaders of Maine Emerging Nurse Leader Award as she is the definition of our young, new emerging nurse leaders in healthcare. She is a Registered Nurse Clinical Manager at a busy MMP Internal Medicine practice in Falmouth, and at the same time is in school to become a nurse practitioner. Her leadership is exemplified by her role in the development of a pilot program that changes a care protocol and benefits older adults in Maine.Read More
Peggy leads a multidisciplinary team of healthcare professionals and is a positive role model with a strong trusted scope of influence. She is respected for her clinical expertise and routinely […]
Materials for the 2016 Maine Nursing Summit are available here for download.
Matt Whiat – “START WITH WHY”
Janet Silvestri – “THE POWER OF GRATITUDE IN THE AGE OF COMPASSION FATIGUE”
Gertrude Kent, RN-BSN, Maine Medical Center – “SAME DAY DISCHARGE AFTER PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION”
Carol MacKenzie, RN, BSN, Lunder-Dineen; Taffy Davis, MSN, RN-BC, Franklin Memorial Hospital – “ADVANCING A TEAM-BASED, MULTIGENERATIONAL LEARNING CULTURE”
Keri Holst, RN, BSN, St. Joseph’s Hospital – “SCREENING FOR SUCIDALITY IN THE EMERGENCY ROOM”
Deborah Saber, PHD, RN, CCRN, Univ. of Maine – “CHANGES OVER TIME: SENIOR NURSING STUDENT EXPECTATIONS OF WORK & THE WORKPLACE“
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