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Americas Board Members

Maureen-Bisognano

Professor Maureen Bisognano

President Emerita and Senior Fellow at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement

Country: USA

Claudia-Regina-Laselva

Claudia Regina Laselva

Director of patients and healthcare support, Albert Einstein Hospital

Country: Brazil

Challengers’ Committee: Americas Regional Hub Co-Chairs

Steven-D-Powell

Steven D. Powell

Country: USA

Aimee-Horcasitas

Aimée Horcasitas

Country: Mexico

Argentina

En Casa – Servicios de Asistencia Domiciliaria

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

We plan to incorporate professional and personal coaching, change management, innovation and new technologies at the service of nursing, personal leadership into our permanent training program.

En Casa – Servicios de Asistencia Domiciliaria

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

We plan to incorporate professional and personal coaching, change management, innovation and new technologies at the service of nursing, personal leadership into our permanent training program.

En Casa – Servicios de Asistencia Domiciliaria

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

We plan to incorporate professional and personal coaching, change management, innovation and new technologies at the service of nursing, personal leadership into our permanent training program.

ASOCIACIÓN SINDICATO DE ENFERMERÍA DEL NEUQUEN

There are 200 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Training of Legal Aspects in the practice of Nursing. Intensive Course of Invasive and Non-Invasive Mechanical Ventilation. Rcp for Nursing. Update and management of wound healing for Nursing staff. Within the training we will offer, we will include leadership components, we will talk about our experience as a trade union organization and the associative life of nursing organizations in the country.

Universidad Nacional del Comahue

There are 100 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

It is a project for the development of a series of 4 seminars called "Development of leaders in nursing and new information and communication technologies"

UNIVERSIDAD AUSTRAL

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

En Casa – Servicios de Asistencia Domiciliaria

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

We plan to incorporate professional and personal coaching, change management, innovation and new technologies at the service of nursing, personal leadership into our permanent training program.

Brazil

Rede Santa Catarina

There are 34 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

We offer 33 positions for BSN nurses in the organization. There will be 34 hours of theory (program) distributed in 3 large modules: 1-Healthcare System Management; 2-Leadership and 3-Care Management. 1- Healthcare System Management: Administration and economy; Public health and primary care; Management by indicators; Quality tools, quality improvement; 2- Leadership: Self knowledge; Feedback; Communication; Systemic Vision; Time management; Emotional intelligence. 3-Management of care: Nursing practice model (Triple impact of nursing report); Successful experiences; Patient safety; Patient experience. The program is in its second edition. Several professionals from the Organization (a system composed of 09 hospitals, 01 residential for the elderly and 01 outpatient clinic for the elderly) were invited to share their knowledge with the group of nurses. The program consists of 3 modules: 1- Care management, 2- Health management, 3- Leadership Development.

Hospital de Base – São José do Rio Preto

There are 47 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

We plan on creating a nursing leadership program of 40 hours, with theory and practice , formal actions, observational activities, leadership coaching, and virtual learning platform. This program will be a part of the nursing development program of a 1052 bed-hospital with more than 800 nurses.

Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora

There are 10 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

My planning for Nightingale Challenge is engage the nurses of University Hospital of Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora to develop implementation practices projects. It will be a training at the institution to help nurses to think in Best Practices and implementation science. It will be a hole week talking about Best practice implementation projects.

Universidade Federal do Maranhão

There are 10 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

We propose to strengthen the leadership exercise of young nurses in the public health network of São Luís-MA, through seminars and workshops; Encourage the Municipal Health Manager to include Nursing practices in the Information System of the Unified Health System, as well as visits to the Legislative Assembly of the State of Maranhão and São Luís' City Council to promote the Valuation Campaign of nurses and midwives with the participation of the entities, the Maranhão's Regional Nursing Council and the Brazilian Nursing Association - Maranhão's Division.

Hospital de Base – São José do Rio Preto

There are 47 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

We plan on creating a nursing leadership program of 40 hours, with theory and practice , formal actions, observational activities, leadership coaching, and virtual learning platform. This program will be a part of the nursing development program of a 1052 bed-hospital with more than 800 nurses.

Associação Congregação de Santa Cataria (ACSC)

There are 29 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

1 -leadership development: 1.1 behavioral skills 1.2 self knowledge 1.3 leadership practices 2 - health care management: 2.1 - strategy and innovation 2.2 - laws and regulations 2.3 - health scenario in the country and in the world 3 - care management: 3.1 - care model 3.1.1 - person-centered care 3.1.2 - what matters to you 3.2 - patient safety

Albert Einstein Jewish Hospital

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

The selection of the twenty nurses participating in the Nightingale Challenge was carried out in partnership with the Human Resources Board, Nursing Board, Operations Board, and reference professionals working in Nursing Leadership positions. During the process of screening the professionals, the first step consisted in listing all the nurses, in assistance activities, at age 35 or younger, resulting in the Organizational Development Plan (PDO) (Annex A) of the Institution between 01 - 04, for senior level professionals; or with Competence Assessment (Annex B) with Above Expected (AC) or Exceptional (EX) results for professionals with full level; totalizing 165 professionals. The leadership of these 165 professionals who met the established criteria were communicated and asked to recommend their respective professionals, who had outstanding characteristics and profile for the development process. After this stage, we obtained a number of 61 professionals. The third and last stage consisted of a collegiate with professionals from the Board of Human Resources, Nursing and Operations, to select the 20 finalist nurses, keeping the names of the others in database for the setting of future classes. The Training and Development Program of the twenty nurses chosen for the Nightingale Challenge is being built in partnership with the institution's Board of Directors, two nurses from the selected group of nurses, the Board of Teachers and Teachers of the Nursing Undergraduate course of the Israeli College Health Sciences Albert Einstein, professionals from the Human Resources Department, Training and Development Team, and the Teaching Board. Young Nurse Leader´s Skills: Care; Personal and interpersonal effectiveness and Systemic reasoning To achieve these competencies, the structure of the training course is expected to take place in 11 months, with a 160-hour training program, at the end certifying the professional regarding the training.

Canada

Kingston Health Sciences Centre

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

We hope to create a community of practice around nursing leadership that will help with succession planning and getting nurses excited about leadership.

Faculty of Nursing, University of Calgary

There are 40 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

In the Leadership for Health System Transformation certificate program, students apply principles of personal leadership, systemic leadership, and innovation to healthcare contexts, primarily from the perspective of issues and challenges confronting nursing leaders. This certificate program culminates in a team project that addresses a grand challenge and requires students to explore the leadership challenges and opportunities involved in transforming health systems. Students will integrate entrepreneurial thinking, macro-system analysis and personal leadership skills while renewing their sense of purpose and commitment to improving the quality of life for patients and communities.

Health PEI

There are 80 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

We are implementing a Transition to Practice Program to support the development of nurses after they graduate from their educational program and enter professional practice. The program will focus on the professional practice development of newly graduated nurses through a structured, formal mentorship program as well as at-the-elbow support in clinical practice.

Integrated University Health and Social Service Centers (CIUSSS) West Central

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

already implemented a Nightingale Challenge programme

Queensway Carleton Hospital

There are 5 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Winchester District Memorial Hospital

There are 10 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Providence Care

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

The main activity will be participation in a two day front line leadership development program provided by our Leadership & Talent Department. Other activities/opportunities will be developed and supported through our Nursing Practice Council.

Alberta Health Services

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

1. Highlighting nurses monthly within the organization for 2020.

Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Education & Training  Solution Focused-Coaching Workshop  Preceptor Course  Mentorship Course  Team Leader Education/Orientation  Hospital Charge Nurse Education/Orientation  Quality Improvement Leadership Education/Training  Communication Matters Education Workshop  Nursing Retreat: Developing our Nurse Leaders of Tomorrow  Strengths-Based Care Management and Leadership Program Committee Membership  Nursing Practice Council Membership  Nursing Vision Steering Committee Supports and Resource Tools  Education Funding and support to write the Canadian Nurses Association (CAN) Certification in Pediatrics  Strengths-Based Toolkit for emerging, new and current leaders  Research in Action for Nurses (RAN)  Professional Development Career Pathway  Professional Development Funding

Niagara College

There are 100 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

SE Health

There are 30 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

SE Health has planned and is in process of implementing multifaceted strategies to develop nurse leaders, particularly young leaders 35 years of age and under. These nurses will be identified through a self nomination process for our Leadership Edge program, which is a rigorous leadership development program SE Health offers in house. In addition to structured learning and action activities, they will be set up formally with a mentor for mentorship experience. We will also target these leaders to support their self development through our Tuition Assistance Program if they are pursuing formal education or certification. Further, we are implementing a patient safety and clinical leadership development program, in addition to the Nurse Innovator work SE Health is leading.

Covenant Health

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Covenant Health is setting our sights on 35 under 35! As part of our program, we will be using a “Leadership Passport” approach as a guide to their journey. Participation in our Leadership Pathways program that is based on the LEADS framework and our formalized mentorship program will be part of the challenge. Nurses will also have the opportunity to lead quality improvement projects, engage in personal development reading, and take part in local webinar and networking events. The year will end with a formal leadership presentation, sharing their completed passport, and provide opportunity to reflect on their leadership self-assessment.

Nursing Leadership Network of Ontario

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

The Nursing Leadership Network of Ontario (NLN) is the sole member-based association Canada that focuses on the unique needs of nursing leaders and boasts a membership of 700 Ontario based nursing leaders whose roles include Chief Nursing Executive, Vice-Presidents, Directors, and Managers of various patient care and professional practice portfolios. Each year NLN hosts a 2-day conference and sponsors complimentary conference registration to 20 new/ emerging leaders. This enables these emerging leaders with an opportunity for professional development, networking, and programming designed specifically to meet the needs of new / emerging leaders.

Our Lady of the Rosary Hospital

There are 3 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

1. Professional Practice and Clinical Learning has created a Leadership Passport:: Each nurse completes the passport by: attending 3 Leadership Pathways courses in Level 200/300, attending 1 leadership webinar self-identifying one area of personal development Leaders in the organization will provide support by identifying potential projects, quality improvement initiatives, or experiential opportunity for the participants over the year 2020

Dundas Manor

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Our long term care home has hired an external facilitator/consultant RN to work with our Registered Staff Supervisors to provide them with additional knowledge to more effectively lead their team of caregivers. We have bright, energetic young nurses who we will mentor and support to be strong advocates to provide excellence in resident care to the population we serve.

Canadian Association of Nurses in Oncology

There are 50 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

CANO/ACIO has accepted the Nightingale Challenge and is committed to supporting the next generation of young nurses to become leaders, influencers, and advocates. CANO/ACIO holds the position that oncology nursing leadership is essential to promote high quality, equitable, safe and accessible cancer care and to meet the health care challenges of the future and we need your help in contributing to this global movement. Experienced nurses can share their expertise and mentor younger nurses while younger nurses can seek out and take advantage of the numerous opportunities being offered by CANO/ACIO! Some examples of such opportunities include: involvement in Oncology Nursing Day, participating in a CANO/ACIO Leadership webinar or Leadership workshop at the CANO/ACIO annual conference, engagement in Year of the Nurse and Midwife activities at the 2020 Annual CANO/ACIO conference in Victoria in October.

Bayshore Healthcare

There are 100 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Chile

Hospital Carlos Cisternas

There are 15 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

We have young nurses with minimal training and a management based on old models. We have designed a strategic plan for positioning nurses in their clinical and support services 1. Establish sub-direction of nursing what we would be on par in making decisions with doctors in our area 2. Train nurses in the technical areas to achieve their empowerment in their services 3. Train leaders through courses, workshops, conferences and research projects in the area 4. Activity monitoring and accompaniment by the head nurses during the process 5. Establish a continuous training program to make it sustainable over time.

Hospital Puerto Montt, Dr Eduardo Schütz Schröeder

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

The Puerto Montt Hospital commits the team of nurses to achieve Strengthen and consolidate new leaders and improve our strategic nursing management in the context of health systems and in the formulation and monitoring of current policies problems that exist in our population around us , in our region. In addition to managing to address the working conditions and capacities of nurses to expand access and coverage with equity and quality, in order to promote a model of care focused on people, families and communities and will strengthen cross-cutting at all levels of care and thus improve the quality of care of our patients.

Costa Rica

Hospital CIMA, San Jose

There are 35 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

We start since last november differents campaigns about it Leadership trainning and workshop to envolved our register nurses aditional we gonna make a meetings, and for may 2020 a simposium about nursing leadership and advances to promote our participation in the community

Universidad Santa Lucia

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Hospital Clinica Biblica

There are 105 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

The proposed project seeks to raise the profile of the nurse by training nurses to lead, learn and develop their potential. To achieve the objectives, monthly training will be implemented through SAP with specific topics to encourage the development of leading nurses. February * Topic 1 - Self-care, - Break, - Sorry, - Resilience March * Topic 2, Others, - Sensitivity, - Empathy, - compassion, - Service, - Self-care April, * Theme 3, Communication, - Cellular Use, - Posts (alerts), - Assertive, communication (Touch), - Non-verbal communication May, * Theme 4, Emotional Intelligence, - Self-knowledge, - Self-reflection, - Emotions, - Self control June, * Topic # 5, Teamwork, - Leadership, - Work motivation, - Cooperation, - Art of leading teams July, * Topic # 6, Adaptation to change, - Flexibility, - The problem is the others, - Why is the change terrifying me?, - Adaptability, - Benefits of adaptation August * Topic # 7, Quality, - Quality and excellence, - Culture, - Resolution capacity, - First things first (prioritize) September, Topic # 8, Balance, - Harmony (environment), - Peace of mind, - Silence, - Practice of gratitude and compassion October, * Topic # 9, Self Promotion, - Entrepreneurship, - Empowerment, - Creativity, - Decision making

Grenada

Grenada Nurses Association INC

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Research, Welfare of Nurses, Collective Bargaining and negotiation, Advocacy, Leadership and management, Mentoring, Occupational health and safety, Customer service.

Jamaica

The UWI School of Nursing, Mona

There are 2 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Mexico

Hospital General León (ISAPEG)

There are 1200 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

A monthly course on scientific and empowerment topics will be held throughout the year 2022 for postgraduate nursing staff and students.

HOSPITAL REGIONAL DE ALTA ESPECIALIDAD DEL BAJIO

There are 300 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Somos una institución de tercer nivel de atención, con desarrollo de intervenciones en el cuidado del paciente de alta complejidad, mismo que queremos demostrar mediante enfermería basada en evidencia el fortalecimineto del liderazgo en enfermería.

Star Médica

There are 50 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Quiero hacer ponencias para empoderar a mi gremio

GRAND HOSPITAL ROMA

There are 60 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Secretaria de Salud de Nuevo León

There are 50 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

I plan a course on leadership skills such as: empowerment, emotional intelligence, conflict management and the generation gap in nursing.

Hospital General Leòn

There are 195 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Continuous personal training, through a 3-day course on empowerment and leadership, goal implementation, coordinating issues on empowerment and leadership

Ignacio Chavez Nursing School

There are 15 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Hospital Regional Cocula

There are 22 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Servicios de Salud de Chihuahua

There are 60 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

The nurses work in and with the communities, in addition they supervise the same health workers, these being the ones of community and mobile medical units, where the strengths in the promotion and prevention of health are highlighted. More needs to be done to support nurses as leaders in policies and practices. It is not enough to raise nurses to positions of responsibility; They also need to receive the support and training necessary to assume these roles successfully. The purpose of this document is to present an implementation strategy to allow the introduction of the expanded role of nursing in Primary Health Care.

Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social, IMSS

There are 10 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Hospital General de Occidente

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

It is planned to carry out internal conferences and seminars, as well as a specific diploma in senior management for nursing, within this plan it is planned to carry out research seminars in order to disseminate monographic works and publications carried out by Nursing professionals working in the General Hospital of the West of the city of Guadalajara Jalisco.

Casa de la Enfermera en el Estado de Jalisco

There are 8 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Hospital San Ángel Inn Sur

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Courses and Diploma with a focus on leadership skills development and management of nursing resources

Peru

Hospital Maria Auxiliadora

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

IRen norte

There are 35 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

We are training a group of 25 nurses and thus acquire competences in quality care while maintaining safety standards and everything to the oncological patient, so we join this process

British American Hospital

There are 10 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

In my organisation have 200 nursers. The nursing management provides monthly training to our team based on improved care, safety and incident reporting. we evaluate the personnel according to competence to improve their knowledge or locate them according to their interests and competencies

Peruvian Scientific Society of Pediatric Nursing

There are 200 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Suriname

Elsje Finck Sanichar College COVAB

There are 40 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

leadership for change training

Uruguay

HOSPITAL ESPAÑOL

There are 52 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

In this year 2019 within the annual training plan, 2 leadership workshops were held, it is relevant to continue with the 2020 training. 2020 Leadership Training Plan: Module 1: Leadership Workshop lasting 3 hours Module 2) Workshop of Management Tools lasting 3 hours Module 3): Communication Workshop lasting 3 hours. Module 4): Evaluation and Audit Workshop lasting 3 hours. Training in Conflict Resolution Tools lasting 6 hours

Centro Hospitalario Pereira Rossell

There are 40 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

1. Realization of the Nursing Course from a professional perspective. In mixed mode, with practical instances. Duration of 9 months. Extensive to all the licensed nurses of the institution (regardless of their age), as well as the assistants who are pursuing the career, the workers (professionals or not) who make it interesting and productive can also be integrated into each module. General Contents: epistemological aspects, definition of the discipline and areas of competence, leadership, Advancement and perspective, methodological aspects, Research, care management, quality management with a security approach. Humanized care. 2. Recognition of emblematic nurses CHPR, 3. Improvement courses in pediatric and neonatal, burned and newborn critical care. 4.Re edition of the supervisor course and integrated conferences with other institutions.

Hospital Maciel

There are 22 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

The planned activities will be carried out monthly from January to December 2020. The strategies to be used will be workshops, guided tours, seminars, discussion forums. The topics covered will be: Nursing: rewarding profession. Development of healthy teams. Who is a good leader? Negotiation. Effective communication. administrative process.

CASMU-IAMPP

There are 55 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

USA

Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing

There are 50 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Global HOPE, Texas Children’s Hospital

There are 25 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

This program is part of Texas Children's Hospital in Houston, Texas. We are involved in the treatment of children with cancer and hematologic disorders in 3 African countries- Botswana, Uganda and Malawi. As the Director of Nursing for Global HOPE I am responsible for the training and specialization of nurses in these 3 countries. All of our nurses caring for children with cancer and hematology patients are enrolled in our education courses developed to teach nurses the specialty of pediatric oncology and hematology nursing. These online courses are completed as part of their training. In addition, 9 nurses are in the Global HOPE Nursing Leadership program designed to prepare nurses as the leaders of tomorrow in pediatric oncology nursing in Sub-Saharan Africa.

NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

8 nurse leaders put together a 6 week leadership program for the Nightingale Challenge. We had 20 participants and set up a google classroom for the initiative and utilized our internal program Harvard Manage Mentor for the educational material. Each week, participants were assigned activities to enhance their learning and on Fridays the leaders and participants came together at “Reflection Section” via zoom to discuss the topics in detail and reflect on the assigned work during the week. During the week we also held special unannounced “Pop Up” sessions to cover an activity together or dive deeper into a topic. All sessions were very interactive with activities or games and prizes. The topics included: · Stress Management · Crisis Management · Innovation and Creativity · Leading People · Writing Skills · Negotiation · Business Case Development · Persuasion · Process Improvement · Change Management Both the leaders and participants expressed their gratitude for the program. They each learned a lot about the topics and about themselves as leaders.

Jefferson Health – Northeast

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Methodist Children’s Hospital

There are 50 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Leadership development and mentorship. Crucial conversations training. Performance management and department goal and vision setting

Seattle Children’s

There are 60 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

1. We plan to provide leadership training for ARNP students, by pairing them with Clinical Nurse Specialists as part of their DNP program. 2. We plan to provide additional training for our charge nurses in leadership core competencies 3. We plan to provide implicit bias training for our hiring managers, to increase the diversity of our nursing workforce

Indiana University Health – AAHC

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Monthly leadership article pushes Quarterly online learning courses Quarterly regional and/or system leadership experiential learning opportunities Of note, the above program plan will cover all Indiana University Health facilities that accepted the challenge - Indiana University Health -AAHC (Academic Health Center) Indiana University Health – ISR (Indianapolis Suburban Region) Indiana University Health – ECR (East Central Region) Indiana University Health – WCR (West Central Region) Indiana University Health – SCR (South Central Region) Indiana University Health Physicians Riley Children’s Hospital IU Health

Indiana University Health – ECR

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Monthly leadership article pushes Quarterly online learning courses Quarterly regional and/or system leadership experiential learning opportunities Of note, the above program plan will cover all Indiana University Health facilities that accepted the challenge - Indiana University Health -AAHC (Academic Health Center) Indiana University Health – ISR (Indianapolis Suburban Region) Indiana University Health – ECR (East Central Region) Indiana University Health – WCR (West Central Region) Indiana University Health – SCR (South Central Region) Indiana University Health Physicians Riley Children’s Hospital IU Health

Indiana University Health – ISR

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Monthly leadership article pushes Quarterly online learning courses Quarterly regional and/or system leadership experiential learning opportunities Of note, the above program plan will cover all Indiana University Health facilities that accepted the challenge - Indiana University Health -AAHC (Academic Health Center) Indiana University Health – ISR (Indianapolis Suburban Region) Indiana University Health – ECR (East Central Region) Indiana University Health – WCR (West Central Region) Indiana University Health – SCR (South Central Region) Indiana University Health Physicians Riley Children’s Hospital IU Health

Indiana University Health – SCR

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Monthly leadership article pushes Quarterly online learning courses Quarterly regional and/or system leadership experiential learning opportunities Of note, the above program plan will cover all Indiana University Health facilities that accepted the challenge - Indiana University Health -AAHC (Academic Health Center) Indiana University Health – ISR (Indianapolis Suburban Region) Indiana University Health – ECR (East Central Region) Indiana University Health – WCR (West Central Region) Indiana University Health – SCR (South Central Region) Indiana University Health Physicians Riley Children’s Hospital IU Health

Indiana University Health – WCR

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Monthly leadership article pushes Quarterly online learning courses Quarterly regional and/or system leadership experiential learning opportunities Of note, the above program plan will cover all Indiana University Health facilities that accepted the challenge - Indiana University Health -AAHC (Academic Health Center) Indiana University Health – ISR (Indianapolis Suburban Region) Indiana University Health – ECR (East Central Region) Indiana University Health – WCR (West Central Region) Indiana University Health – SCR (South Central Region) Indiana University Health Physicians Riley Children’s Hospital IU Health

Riley Children’s Hospital IU Health

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Monthly leadership article pushes Quarterly online learning courses Quarterly regional and/or system leadership experiential learning opportunities Of note, the above program plan will cover all Indiana University Health facilities that accepted the challenge - Indiana University Health -AAHC (Academic Health Center) Indiana University Health – ISR (Indianapolis Suburban Region) Indiana University Health – ECR (East Central Region) Indiana University Health – WCR (West Central Region) Indiana University Health – SCR (South Central Region) Indiana University Health Physicians Riley Children’s Hospital IU Health

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

There are 30 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Emerging Leader Leadership development and effective succession planning are integral to the health of an organization and part of a comprehensive strategic plan. The Emerging Leader is an interdisciplinary program that promotes succession planning by creating a pool of frontline clinicians who are prepared to transition smoothly into formal leadership roles. The blended course consists of online and active/interactive classroom activities. The requisite mentoring by hospital leaders and coaching by the Leadership Development Team focuses on contextual application of knowledge. Topics include: • Leadership and Professional Development • Measuring Excellence: How Data Informs Care • Legal Aspects of Nursing Practice • Finance and Staffing • Making the Connection: Rounding, Informatics and Safety • Excellence in Caring

Jefferson Health – Northeast

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Seattle Children’s

There are 60 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

1. We plan to provide leadership training for ARNP students, by pairing them with Clinical Nurse Specialists as part of their DNP program. 2. We plan to provide additional training for our charge nurses in leadership core competencies 3. We plan to provide implicit bias training for our hiring managers, to increase the diversity of our nursing workforce

Global HOPE, Texas Children’s Hospital

There are 25 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

This program is part of Texas Children's Hospital in Houston, Texas. We are involved in the treatment of children with cancer and hematologic disorders in 3 African countries- Botswana, Uganda and Malawi. As the Director of Nursing for Global HOPE I am responsible for the training and specialization of nurses in these 3 countries. All of our nurses caring for children with cancer and hematology patients are enrolled in our education courses developed to teach nurses the specialty of pediatric oncology and hematology nursing. These online courses are completed as part of their training. In addition, 9 nurses are in the Global HOPE Nursing Leadership program designed to prepare nurses as the leaders of tomorrow in pediatric oncology nursing in Sub-Saharan Africa.

NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

8 nurse leaders put together a 6 week leadership program for the Nightingale Challenge. We had 20 participants and set up a google classroom for the initiative and utilized our internal program Harvard Manage Mentor for the educational material. Each week, participants were assigned activities to enhance their learning and on Fridays the leaders and participants came together at “Reflection Section” via zoom to discuss the topics in detail and reflect on the assigned work during the week. During the week we also held special unannounced “Pop Up” sessions to cover an activity together or dive deeper into a topic. All sessions were very interactive with activities or games and prizes. The topics included: · Stress Management · Crisis Management · Innovation and Creativity · Leading People · Writing Skills · Negotiation · Business Case Development · Persuasion · Process Improvement · Change Management Both the leaders and participants expressed their gratitude for the program. They each learned a lot about the topics and about themselves as leaders.

Jefferson Health – Northeast

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Indiana University Health – SCR

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Monthly leadership article pushes Quarterly online learning courses Quarterly regional and/or system leadership experiential learning opportunities Of note, the above program plan will cover all Indiana University Health facilities that accepted the challenge - Indiana University Health -AAHC (Academic Health Center) Indiana University Health – ISR (Indianapolis Suburban Region) Indiana University Health – ECR (East Central Region) Indiana University Health – WCR (West Central Region) Indiana University Health – SCR (South Central Region) Indiana University Health Physicians Riley Children’s Hospital IU Health

Indiana University Health – WCR

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Monthly leadership article pushes Quarterly online learning courses Quarterly regional and/or system leadership experiential learning opportunities Of note, the above program plan will cover all Indiana University Health facilities that accepted the challenge - Indiana University Health -AAHC (Academic Health Center) Indiana University Health – ISR (Indianapolis Suburban Region) Indiana University Health – ECR (East Central Region) Indiana University Health – WCR (West Central Region) Indiana University Health – SCR (South Central Region) Indiana University Health Physicians Riley Children’s Hospital IU Health

Riley Children’s Hospital IU Health

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Monthly leadership article pushes Quarterly online learning courses Quarterly regional and/or system leadership experiential learning opportunities Of note, the above program plan will cover all Indiana University Health facilities that accepted the challenge - Indiana University Health -AAHC (Academic Health Center) Indiana University Health – ISR (Indianapolis Suburban Region) Indiana University Health – ECR (East Central Region) Indiana University Health – WCR (West Central Region) Indiana University Health – SCR (South Central Region) Indiana University Health Physicians Riley Children’s Hospital IU Health

Methodist Children’s Hospital

There are 50 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Leadership development and mentorship. Crucial conversations training. Performance management and department goal and vision setting

Seattle Children’s

There are 60 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

1. We plan to provide leadership training for ARNP students, by pairing them with Clinical Nurse Specialists as part of their DNP program. 2. We plan to provide additional training for our charge nurses in leadership core competencies 3. We plan to provide implicit bias training for our hiring managers, to increase the diversity of our nursing workforce

Global HOPE, Texas Children’s Hospital

There are 25 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

This program is part of Texas Children's Hospital in Houston, Texas. We are involved in the treatment of children with cancer and hematologic disorders in 3 African countries- Botswana, Uganda and Malawi. As the Director of Nursing for Global HOPE I am responsible for the training and specialization of nurses in these 3 countries. All of our nurses caring for children with cancer and hematology patients are enrolled in our education courses developed to teach nurses the specialty of pediatric oncology and hematology nursing. These online courses are completed as part of their training. In addition, 9 nurses are in the Global HOPE Nursing Leadership program designed to prepare nurses as the leaders of tomorrow in pediatric oncology nursing in Sub-Saharan Africa.

NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

8 nurse leaders put together a 6 week leadership program for the Nightingale Challenge. We had 20 participants and set up a google classroom for the initiative and utilized our internal program Harvard Manage Mentor for the educational material. Each week, participants were assigned activities to enhance their learning and on Fridays the leaders and participants came together at “Reflection Section” via zoom to discuss the topics in detail and reflect on the assigned work during the week. During the week we also held special unannounced “Pop Up” sessions to cover an activity together or dive deeper into a topic. All sessions were very interactive with activities or games and prizes. The topics included: · Stress Management · Crisis Management · Innovation and Creativity · Leading People · Writing Skills · Negotiation · Business Case Development · Persuasion · Process Improvement · Change Management Both the leaders and participants expressed their gratitude for the program. They each learned a lot about the topics and about themselves as leaders.

Methodist Children’s Hospital

There are 50 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Leadership development and mentorship. Crucial conversations training. Performance management and department goal and vision setting

Indiana University Health – AAHC

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

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Indiana University Health – ECR

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

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Indiana University Health – ISR

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

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Indiana University Health – SCR

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

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Indiana University Health – WCR

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

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Riley Children’s Hospital IU Health

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

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Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

There are 30 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Emerging Leader Leadership development and effective succession planning are integral to the health of an organization and part of a comprehensive strategic plan. The Emerging Leader is an interdisciplinary program that promotes succession planning by creating a pool of frontline clinicians who are prepared to transition smoothly into formal leadership roles. The blended course consists of online and active/interactive classroom activities. The requisite mentoring by hospital leaders and coaching by the Leadership Development Team focuses on contextual application of knowledge. Topics include: • Leadership and Professional Development • Measuring Excellence: How Data Informs Care • Legal Aspects of Nursing Practice • Finance and Staffing • Making the Connection: Rounding, Informatics and Safety • Excellence in Caring

Indiana University Health – AAHC

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Monthly leadership article pushes Quarterly online learning courses Quarterly regional and/or system leadership experiential learning opportunities Of note, the above program plan will cover all Indiana University Health facilities that accepted the challenge - Indiana University Health -AAHC (Academic Health Center) Indiana University Health – ISR (Indianapolis Suburban Region) Indiana University Health – ECR (East Central Region) Indiana University Health – WCR (West Central Region) Indiana University Health – SCR (South Central Region) Indiana University Health Physicians Riley Children’s Hospital IU Health

Indiana University Health – ECR

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Monthly leadership article pushes Quarterly online learning courses Quarterly regional and/or system leadership experiential learning opportunities Of note, the above program plan will cover all Indiana University Health facilities that accepted the challenge - Indiana University Health -AAHC (Academic Health Center) Indiana University Health – ISR (Indianapolis Suburban Region) Indiana University Health – ECR (East Central Region) Indiana University Health – WCR (West Central Region) Indiana University Health – SCR (South Central Region) Indiana University Health Physicians Riley Children’s Hospital IU Health

Indiana University Health – ISR

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Monthly leadership article pushes Quarterly online learning courses Quarterly regional and/or system leadership experiential learning opportunities Of note, the above program plan will cover all Indiana University Health facilities that accepted the challenge - Indiana University Health -AAHC (Academic Health Center) Indiana University Health – ISR (Indianapolis Suburban Region) Indiana University Health – ECR (East Central Region) Indiana University Health – WCR (West Central Region) Indiana University Health – SCR (South Central Region) Indiana University Health Physicians Riley Children’s Hospital IU Health

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

There are 30 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Emerging Leader Leadership development and effective succession planning are integral to the health of an organization and part of a comprehensive strategic plan. The Emerging Leader is an interdisciplinary program that promotes succession planning by creating a pool of frontline clinicians who are prepared to transition smoothly into formal leadership roles. The blended course consists of online and active/interactive classroom activities. The requisite mentoring by hospital leaders and coaching by the Leadership Development Team focuses on contextual application of knowledge. Topics include: • Leadership and Professional Development • Measuring Excellence: How Data Informs Care • Legal Aspects of Nursing Practice • Finance and Staffing • Making the Connection: Rounding, Informatics and Safety • Excellence in Caring

Washington State Health Care Authority

There are 250 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

• Informing the public’s understanding of the breadth and depth of nursing contributions to improving individual and population health thereby building towards a healthier Washington. • Generating support for the nursing profession and advancing more senior nurses into key executive functions in both the private and public sector. • Inspiring nurses and midwives through storytelling and activities to lengthen their careers and continue quality care and better positioning as we advance towards greater system cost containment and efficiency • Ensure that nurses feel appreciated and recognized throughout the year through events and strategic alignments. • Build towards a greater culture of health by utilizing nursing’ most trusted profession status especially in key events like the Hep C ElimiNATION plan, enhanced maternal and infant outcomes, and complex case management

US Public Health Service

There are 30 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

The PHS Nightingale Challenge is an invitation for nurse officers to self-reflect and partner to enhance knowledge, skills, and confidence as nurse leaders. During the six-month PHS Nightingale Challenge, junior and senior officers will be paired based on similar goals and areas of interest. Based on the junior officer’s goals, senior officers serve as Nurse Navigators to guide the discovery process through established resources, new experiences, and expansion of professional networks. The junior officer determines the destination, based on self-identified strengths, interests, and an individual development plan. The senior officer coaches and provides routes from which the junior officer can choose.

National Institutes of Health

There are 8 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Indiana Department of Child Services

There are 5 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Nurses need to be more involved in public health and state/federal policy decision making. This is an opportunity to work with young nurses to help them see how they can impact change beyond the bedside.

University of Washington School of Nursing

There are 250 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Southern Connecticut State University

There are 10 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

New York State Office of Mental Health

There are 50 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

8 nurse leaders put together a 6 week leadership program for the Nightingale Challenge. We had 20 participants and set up a google classroom for the initiative and utilized our internal program Harvard Manage Mentor for the educational material. Each week, participants were assigned activities to enhance their learning and on Fridays the leaders and participants came together at “Reflection Section” via zoom to discuss the topics in detail and reflect on the assigned work during the week. During the week we also held special unannounced “Pop Up” sessions to cover an activity together or dive deeper into a topic. All sessions were very interactive with activities or games and prizes. The topics included: · Stress Management · Crisis Management · Innovation and Creativity · Leading People · Writing Skills · Negotiation · Business Case Development · Persuasion · Process Improvement · Change Management Both the leaders and participants expressed their gratitude for the program. They each learned a lot about the topics and about themselves as leaders.

NYP Lawrence Hospital

There are 25 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

St Bonaventure Nursing

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Jefferson Health – Northeast

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

New York Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital

There are 10 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Partners In Health

There are 50 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Partners In Health (PIH) continues to work toward intentionally building a pipeline of emerging nurse and midwife leaders as part of an overarching effort to strengthen patient care and global health systems. Across all PIH-supported health facilities around the world, we aim to bolster nursing education, develop pathways for career advancement, encourage knowledge transfer and support current and future nurse and midwife leaders.

MEMORIAL NURSING AND REHAB CENTER

There are 3 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Regis College

There are nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Methodist Hospital

There are 50 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

I have 51 nurses under the age of 35 that are involved in formalized training in partnership with the American Academy of Critical Care Nursing and system Leadership and Organizational Development. The training is structured and designed to equip emerging leaders with the skills to effectively execute strategy, drive operational execution and lead others. There are several programs that begin with young nurses to provide fundamental supervisory skills, how to lead and effect change at the bedside, and offers opportunities to shadow leaders in various roles within the hospital setting.

ProMedica Acute Care, Ambulatory and Providers

There are 100 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

We are working collaboratively with our community parter and affiliate the University of Toledo College of Nursing. We have combined our efforts and are holding monthly NursingNow events. If addition we have finished our pilot of Nursing Leadership education program that focuses on specific educational opportunities through 12 different classes held by our current nursing leaders. This creates opportunity for mentor ship also.

Ascension Sacred Heart

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

I would like to establish some job shadowing opportunities for nurses to spend a day or week working alongside a nurse in leadership, either in our organization, or within out local community. I would like to create a reflective journaling component to track and share the nurses experience. I would also like to host national/international webinars or seminars locally to connect nurses to the variety of leadership roles they can and should consider for their future.

National Association of Indian Nurses of America

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

20 nurses from 19 chapters of the National Association of Indian Nurses are invited to join the Nightingale challenge. A leadership conference is offered on April 18th at Baltimore Maryland. The Nurses will be then offered webnair on topics related to leadership. As a group they will be asked to complete a leadership project. The 20 nurses will then meet at the NAINA National conference on October 2nd &3rd at Baltimore to share their leadership growth experience.

International Organization for Women & Development

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

UChicago Medicine

There are 5 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

I am planning on offering bimonthly shadow your manager/assistant director opportunities, monthly classes on leadership training.

Cleveland Clinic

There are 40 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Cleveland Clinic will launch a 12-month residency program to support nurses promoted to Assistant Nurse Manager (ANM). The ANM role is often the first formal leadership role for young nurses. All ANMs hired in 2020 will be enrolled in the Residency and assigned to a cohort. Cohorts will meet quarterly to focus on four themes: • Building Effective Teams • Effective Communication • Facilitating Change • Promoting a Healthy Work Environment Quarterly programs will include presentations, facilitated discussions, group activities, and networking. ANM residents will also be matched with an experienced ANM mentor who will offer guidance and support throughout the one-year program.

Platte Valley Medical Center

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Think about presenting a DAISY Nurse Leader Award to a nurse who demonstrated outstanding leadership during this process. “Follow the leader” day System classes- crucial conversations, crucial accountability Project management essentials, ACT/FSL, root compass, engagement and retention, manager overview training, mentor program, trust edge, courses by leadership behavior, getting things done Tuition reimbursement Pay for certification tests

Methodist Children’s Hospital

There are 50 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Leadership development and mentorship. Crucial conversations training. Performance management and department goal and vision setting

Lane Regional Medical Center

There are 50 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Cooper University Health System

There are 50 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Hygia Healthcare

There are 10 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Mercy Hospital

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Providence Saint John’s Health Center

There are 25 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center

There are 30 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

NYP/WC Nursing Fellowship Program: nurses from various practice areas receive professional development support and implement a professional practice project with the guidance of a mentor. - Quality Improvement Academy is designed for physician faculty and nurses who are passionate and committed to becoming strategically vital through QI. - Nurse Residency Program is designed to support new hires who are graduate nurses as they begin their transition from new graduate to professional registered nurses. - The Nurse L.A.B. (Nurses Learning Across Borders) is an ongoing program that consists of an online delivery of education by NYP/WC nurses to nurses overseas.

Seattle Children’s

There are 60 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

1. We plan to provide leadership training for ARNP students, by pairing them with Clinical Nurse Specialists as part of their DNP program. 2. We plan to provide additional training for our charge nurses in leadership core competencies 3. We plan to provide implicit bias training for our hiring managers, to increase the diversity of our nursing workforce

Saline Memorial Hospital (Inpatient Unit)

There are 6 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Wellpath Nurses of Loudoun County Adult Detention Center

There are 5 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

As a team of seasoned professionals, we commit to our younger & newer nurses in the field to provide both a supportive & positive onboarding learning environment. We promise to them and to ourselves that we will be held accountable to an environment which is mutually respectful and non-threatening. No one employee shall be made to feel bullied, inadequate or unwelcome. Through the sharing of resources, responsibilities, and humor, we will build off of each other’s strengths. We will strive to promote retention in our field & teamwork within our department. We know that by investing in these relationships with one another, the ROI is large and it will also result in improved patient clinical outcomes.

Global HOPE, Texas Children’s Hospital

There are 25 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

This program is part of Texas Children's Hospital in Houston, Texas. We are involved in the treatment of children with cancer and hematologic disorders in 3 African countries- Botswana, Uganda and Malawi. As the Director of Nursing for Global HOPE I am responsible for the training and specialization of nurses in these 3 countries. All of our nurses caring for children with cancer and hematology patients are enrolled in our education courses developed to teach nurses the specialty of pediatric oncology and hematology nursing. These online courses are completed as part of their training. In addition, 9 nurses are in the Global HOPE Nursing Leadership program designed to prepare nurses as the leaders of tomorrow in pediatric oncology nursing in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Masonic Children’s Hospital M Health Fairview

There are 100 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Pediatric COVID unit/IMC transition unit

Phelps Hospital Northwell Health

There are 4 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

El Mirador Home Health Agency

There are 4 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Communicate with Local Nursing Programs regarding their Graduates. Recruit from the Graduate classes and offer extended mentorships with our experienced clinicians.

Atrium Health

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

UPMC Carlisle

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Silver Lining Health Care

There are 17 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

We have partnered with two local nursing schools to promote leadership in home healthcare as a career. I will be speaking at Wesley College to two 4th year nursing students as part of their leadership program training. I will be promoting home health as a career and how leadership is different when you have a team of nurses off-site. I will also be a preceptor for a nursing student from Delaware Technical College for her leadership class. She will be shadowing me for 40 hours and will be reporting back to her instructor on the different leadership styles and skills that are needed to manage a home health care agency. Our goal with this out reach program is to change the perception of home care as a career and to promote a different pathway for nurses than working in a hospital setting. Most nursing programs encourage hospital nursing for their students. We hope to educate the educators as well to help them recommend home health as a career.

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

There are 30 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Emerging Leader Leadership development and effective succession planning are integral to the health of an organization and part of a comprehensive strategic plan. The Emerging Leader is an interdisciplinary program that promotes succession planning by creating a pool of frontline clinicians who are prepared to transition smoothly into formal leadership roles. The blended course consists of online and active/interactive classroom activities. The requisite mentoring by hospital leaders and coaching by the Leadership Development Team focuses on contextual application of knowledge. Topics include: • Leadership and Professional Development • Measuring Excellence: How Data Informs Care • Legal Aspects of Nursing Practice • Finance and Staffing • Making the Connection: Rounding, Informatics and Safety • Excellence in Caring

Jonas Nursing and Veterans Healthcare

There are 40 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Leadership development training using interactive sessions, vetted resources from the Center for Creative Leadership, leverage the human capital of Jonas Nurse Scholars who are PhD and DNP prepared to lead sessions, specifically highlight minority nurses in leadership roles to serve as role models. Network with key leaders: CUSON, AAN, NurseTrust, CCL to collaborate and plan training session.

AMN Healthcare

There are 15 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

AMN Healthcare is a national workforce solutions company. The cohort for the Nightingale Challenge will primarily be travel nurses on assignment across North America. The Curriculum will be delivered using mixed mediums that will include content on leadership, empowerment, resilience, power/privilege, business acumen, communication, presentation skills, the language of collaboration, conflict / change management and mentoring.

Community Health Network

There are 200 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Memorial Hospital of Converse County

There are 15 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Ascension Seton Nursing Research

There are 10 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Our program involves training nurses in a 1-year, scholarly clinical nursing research fellowship with an unconventional, entrepreneurship-based approach. Each research study is like a micro-business that requires imagination, strategy, and vision in the conception and business savvy in the execution. Thus, our training will incorporate principles of entrepreneurship and visionary thinking in addition to traditional scholarship and logistics of conducting research in a clinical setting. Through this program, nurses will learn about leadership by developing new clinical knowledge in an interdisciplinary manner, disseminating findings through presentations and publications, and incorporating evidence into bedside practice.

UnitedHealth Group

There are 25 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

We will provide mentoring, leadership courses and internal networking opportunities.

Sigma Theta Tau International (Sigma)

There are 29 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Sigma plans to offer a number of opportunities to those young nurse leaders engaged with the organization through the Nightingale Challenge. Sigma will host a Day at the United Nations (UN) led by Sigma’s United Nations Youth Representatives; we will offer free access to our “Transformational Leadership” nursing education course; we will design and present a series of webinars customized for these young nurse leaders related to various aspects of nursing leadership, and we will offer to match these young nurse leaders with a personal career mentor for the year. Additional activities may be provided by their Sigma chapters.

Lutheran Health Network

There are 2000 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Lutheran Health Network is invested in the growth and development of all nursing staff, leadership and bedside. To support continued professional development, we have established many programs to allow our nurses to advance in their knowledge and leadership skills. We have fellowship programs for different service lines to support all new nurses as they transition from student nurse to LPN/RN. After fellowship, our new nurses attend a yearlong Nurse Residency program to engage in case studies, discussions and forums about social issues, areas of risk, quality of care, and areas of conflict that they may experience as a nurse. We have updated our preceptor program for all preceptors who partner with our new hires to support their initial experience and provide continued support over the years to help them continue to grow from novice to expert nurse within our Network. Seasoned and new nurses have the option to participate in many of the different “Grand Rounds” educational sessions held monthly in the Critical Care, Trauma and PEDS service lines. Seasoned nurses are also encouraged to participate in the fellowship programs and Nurse Residency program to welcome our new nurses. Seasoned nurses who participate in those programs that are enrolled in our Clinical Advancement Program (CAP) obtain points that translate into bonus amounts. The LHN Clinical Advancement Program is open to all nurses who have completed their 90 day introductory period. This program further enhances the clinical performance and professional growth of our nurses. A Nursing Summit is held annually for all nursing leadership for leadership development. Topics such as Accountability, Compassionate Care, Patient Experience, Self-Care, Safety, and “Speaking Up” have all been presented during our leadership summits. The summit provides our nurses with the theme for the following year; ensuring that the topics discussed during the summit are enhanced in our practice. Short Webinars are provided to our nursing leadership teams by our Regional CNO to further compound on the leadership development opportunities that have been identified within our Network. In addition to these efforts, we are always looking for ways to further enhance our programs. We are thankful for the opportunity to participate in the Nursing Now Challenge and learn from others!

IU Health Physicians

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Monthly leadership article pushes Quarterly online learning courses Quarterly regional and/or system leadership experiential learning opportunities Of note, the above program plan will cover all Indiana University Health facilities that accepted the challenge - Indiana University Health -AAHC (Academic Health Center) Indiana University Health – ISR (Indianapolis Suburban Region) Indiana University Health – ECR (East Central Region) Indiana University Health – WCR (West Central Region) Indiana University Health – SCR (South Central Region) Indiana University Health Physicians Riley Children’s Hospital IU Health

Indiana University Health – AAHC

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

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Indiana University Health – ECR

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Monthly leadership article pushes Quarterly online learning courses Quarterly regional and/or system leadership experiential learning opportunities Of note, the above program plan will cover all Indiana University Health facilities that accepted the challenge - Indiana University Health -AAHC (Academic Health Center) Indiana University Health – ISR (Indianapolis Suburban Region) Indiana University Health – ECR (East Central Region) Indiana University Health – WCR (West Central Region) Indiana University Health – SCR (South Central Region) Indiana University Health Physicians Riley Children’s Hospital IU Health

Indiana University Health – ISR

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Monthly leadership article pushes Quarterly online learning courses Quarterly regional and/or system leadership experiential learning opportunities Of note, the above program plan will cover all Indiana University Health facilities that accepted the challenge - Indiana University Health -AAHC (Academic Health Center) Indiana University Health – ISR (Indianapolis Suburban Region) Indiana University Health – ECR (East Central Region) Indiana University Health – WCR (West Central Region) Indiana University Health – SCR (South Central Region) Indiana University Health Physicians Riley Children’s Hospital IU Health

Indiana University Health – SCR

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Monthly leadership article pushes Quarterly online learning courses Quarterly regional and/or system leadership experiential learning opportunities Of note, the above program plan will cover all Indiana University Health facilities that accepted the challenge - Indiana University Health -AAHC (Academic Health Center) Indiana University Health – ISR (Indianapolis Suburban Region) Indiana University Health – ECR (East Central Region) Indiana University Health – WCR (West Central Region) Indiana University Health – SCR (South Central Region) Indiana University Health Physicians Riley Children’s Hospital IU Health

Indiana University Health – WCR

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Monthly leadership article pushes Quarterly online learning courses Quarterly regional and/or system leadership experiential learning opportunities Of note, the above program plan will cover all Indiana University Health facilities that accepted the challenge - Indiana University Health -AAHC (Academic Health Center) Indiana University Health – ISR (Indianapolis Suburban Region) Indiana University Health – ECR (East Central Region) Indiana University Health – WCR (West Central Region) Indiana University Health – SCR (South Central Region) Indiana University Health Physicians Riley Children’s Hospital IU Health

Riley Children’s Hospital IU Health

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

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Tufts Medical Center

There are 10 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

University of Miami School of Nursing and Health Studies

There are 30 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

We will recruit and enroll 30 participants from South Florida, the Caribbean, and Latin America in the Nightingale Challenge. Our curriculum will include a lecture series featuring nurse leaders (including Patricia Flatley Brennan, Barbara Stilwell, and Elizabeth Madigan), followed by a networking luncheon with these distinguished speakers during which Challenge participants will use specially developed course materials to engage in discussions on the role of nurses in leadership. The series will also be accessible in English and Spanish via Zoom or Skype. Evaluation will include a Qualtrics survey sent at the end of the program, and 6-month and 1-year follow-ups.

Tulane Health System

There are 25 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Individual & group mentoring Leadership development courses Leadership precepting with nursing & multi-disciplinary leaders

Kaplan Nursing

There are 14 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Our current group of nurse educators (14) will mentor novice nurse educators by presenting a webinar each month (starting in February) plus providing resources of interest to their related fields. The webinars will include topics such as curriculum development, assessment/evaluation and teaching/learning strategies.

Honor Health Shea

There are 40 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

We have created a mentorship program that will engage RN's, 35 and younger, in the none clinical setting through interdisciplinary peer to peer mentoring and shadowing of executive leadership.

Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

AMSN has developed a year-long leadership development program for 20 nurses aged 35 and under. This program provides an examination of leader-follower partnerships in diverse healthcare settings. Theories, research findings, and expert opinions from several fields of study are used to explore the related concepts of power, authority, influence, leadership, followership, decisional involvement, structural empowerment, and emotional intelligence in the context of complex healthcare work environments. Special emphasis is placed on the use of effective leadership and followership behaviors to sustain high performing healthcare teams and improve quality outcomes for patients, families, and healthcare organizations

Spaulding Rehab Network

There are 25 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Expand nursing grand rounds to include experts in nursing leadership and the development of a Magnet culture across all inpatient facilities. Continued support for emerging nurse leaders to attend the ONL leadership academy and Leadership seminars. Increase nurses participation in professional organizations including the local ARN chapter.

Penn Medicine

There are nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Penn Medicine Health System in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA employs nearly 10,000 nurses and is comprised of distinct entities along a 50-mile corridor. Our Nightingale Challenge programme launched in January 2020, ran for 12 months, began with 41 nurse participants, and ended with 37 participants. At the start, participants received a "Welcome Letter," an "Accountability Agreement," and a Pre-programme Survey that captured their demographics and interests/ needs/ thoughts on leadership. To wrap up, participants completed a Post-programme Survey. Participants will receive a programme completion certificate and can present a Nightingale Challenge programme summary to their units. Our Programme aimed to uphold the global goals: to help future nurse leaders learn about leadership, learn about their wider organization, and learn about personal development. Our Programme’s activities follow:

  • a virtual "Opening Session,"
  • a virtual "Mid-year Session" featuring speakers from Penn Medicine's Distinguished
  • a virtual "Closing Session" with Nurse Leaders Panel;
  • a virtual Emotional Intelligence Seminar using the book Emotional Intelligence 2.0;
  • learning options from the Nightingale Challenge Compendium of Resources;
  • offerings from Penn Medicine’s Professional Development Programme (Preceptor courses, Penn Medicine Academy “Lead Strong: Lunch with Leaders" series followed by discussion);
  • webinars from The American Nurses Association;
  • opportunities to hear from (1) expert on theory-practice gap, (2) Dean of the University of Pennsylvania’s Nursing school, (3) health policy expert
  • Reviewing Penn Medicine’s Mission Statement and 2020 Facts and Figures Brochure; encouraging participants to contemplate a personal mission statement;
  • a Nightingale Challenge Global Partnership Zoom Meeting with Oman's Ministry of Health's Nightingale Challenge programme, topic "Nursing Competency Framework;"
  • receipt of personalised group emails about every 2-3 weeks that featured a reflective quotation about leadership and upcoming programme events.
The Nightingale Challenge Committee is grateful to Dr. Sandra Jost for endorsing the programme at our organization. “Having the opportunity to be a participant in the Nightingale Challenge programme this past year was a unique and fulfilling experience. Over the past 10 years I have worked under inspirational and influential nurse leaders and being a part of the Nightingale Challenge has encouraged me to grow into one of those nurses I continue to emulate. One of the first events on our calendar allowed me to attend a CNO Special Session on Complexity Gap Research. Aside from the range of nurse leaders within the health system that I watched fearlessly raise their hands with questions or comments, the speaker made me examine my role in the future of nurse leaders and realise that the topic at hand would be something I would face. Soon after, in person events were replaced with virtual conferences with people around the world. We were encouraged to acknowledge and learn from the stress the entire world was going through, and then use what we learned to be strong leaders and help those around us. Every day, leaders within our organisation filled our inboxes with inspiring quotes. Virtual meetings included a variety of leadership levels in our organization who were open about what they went through to get where they are, the paths that they went down, and at times, the self-appraisal they did to amend their professional lives in order to find positions they are currently thriving in. Nurses from our ‘Distinguished Nurse Clinicians Academy’ spoke of adaptability, flexibility, and always setting future goals. Seminars on emotional intelligence and professional accountability expanded my willingness to grow as a nurse leader. Lastly, one of our final events was a virtual conference with another Nightingale Challenge group that we were paired with across the world in Oman. The conference presented on both groups individual nursing competency frameworks, and truly highlighted the similarities in nursing that are seen throughout the world. The Nightingale Challenge experience emphasised the continued importance of nursing leadership development and the massive impact that we as nurses can make.” Katelyn Staubs, Nightingale Challenge participant, Penn Medicine Health System, USA.

AseraCare Hospice

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

We are beginning a leadership development program in 2020 that builds off the foundation of trust. This program will be called Trusted Leadership and will guide the leaders through education and activities to strengthen them personally and as a leader.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center

There are 35 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

With regard to our program, we have monthly meetings to discuss the following topics: TeamSTEPPS; Teamwork; Conflict Management; Systems Thinking; Diversity; EBP; Quality; Shared Governance; Professional Development; Cultural Competence; Personality Assessment; Communication Techniques; and MDA Resources. The multimodal teaching is done through didactics, case studies, gamification, role play, and simulation.

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Centro Médico Docente La Trinidad

There are 15 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Colegio de Profesionales de Enfermería del Estado Zulia

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.