Expanding Clinician's Understandings of Culturally Congruent Care
Aired on November 21, 2017
The 2015 revision of the American Nurses Associations (ANA) Code of Ethics reinforced that nurses must meet the individual needs of patients by providing culturally competent care. Today’s nurse must be well-equipped with the specific knowledge and skills needed to deliver thoughtful and thorough care. Partnering with interdisciplinary teams encourages nurses to adopt and exude the important characteristics of a skilled nurse. Faculty can facilitate this learning through innovative teaching strategies that assist nurses in valuing and recognizing unique needs of a diverse patient population. This webinar will explore how culturally competent care has the driving force in enhancing recognition and communication styles with the LGBTQIA+ patient population. The speaker will also provide a course development outline to demonstrate how you can ensure that you are providing culturally competent care in your practice setting.
- Understand the principles of culturally competent care in the context of the ANA’s 2015 Code of Ethics
- Apply culturally competent principles to multiple avenues of the learning process
- Demonstrate ongoing innovative approaches to curriculum development and interdisciplinary care integration
Pricing and CE Credit
This webinar is free to deans, faculty, staff and students from AACN member schools of nursing. All non-member audiences will be required to pay a $59 webinar fee.
Continuing Education Credits: Eligible attendees may receive one continuing nursing education (CNE) contact hour for participating in this webinar. The American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) is an accredited CNE-provider by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
Nurse Educator for Professional Development, Engagement & Retention Strategy
MedStar Washington Hospital Center
Sara E. Groff currently serves as the Nurse Educator for Professional Development, Retention, and Engagement Strategies at MedStar Washington Hospital Center. In her role she assesses unit-specific needs for increased engagement among nurses. Recently, she serves as the ANCC Pathway to Excellence Program Coordinator which was achieved by MedStar in October 2017. She serves as a facilitator for the hospitals Vizient/UHC Nurse Residency Program. She also teaches as a clinical faculty instructor at George Washington University. She is currently in the MSN Entrepreneurial Innovative Advanced Nursing Practice program at Drexel University and earned her BSN from Goshen College in 2009.
Washington, DC 20036