DATE & TIME
Tuesday, Sep 20, 12noon Eastern
(Duration: 1 hour)
A glaring global gap exposes the lack of post-doctoral chief nurse executive practice leadership education, which embeds practicums and personalized formal mentoring and coaching. Optimizing foundational system chief nurse competencies including professional, emotional, and social competence while advancing confidence in transformational and resonant leadership are paramount. Maximizing valued connections beyond nurses, utilizing an evolving leadership community of executive practice, and integrating health system impacts including the retention of experienced diverse nurse leaders in the workforce is vitally needed. The academic – executive leadership practice partnerships experienced through the Shaughnessy Nurse Leadership Academy, Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing at Case Western University will highlight two journeyed international Executive Nurse Leaders Fellowship experiences, career trajectory influences and local to global impacts, while balancing work life demands.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Dr. Michelle Acorn, DNP, NP PHC/Adult, CGNC, FCAN, FAAN; Chief Nurse, International Council of Nurses; Miller Fellow, Coldiron Fellow; Adjunct Professor, University of Toronto; Ontario, Canada
Dr. Acorn has evolved from diploma to post-doctoral education. Michelle completed her Doctor of Nurse Practitioner (NP)/Nursing Practice. She was an inaugural international Miller Foundation Post-Doctoral System Chief Nurse Executive Fellow and is in the second Coldiron Fellow cohort in the Shaughnessy Nurse Leadership Academy, Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing at Case Western University. Dr. Acorn was inducted as an inaugural Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Nursing. She was also inducted into the American Academy of Nursing. Dr. Acorn transitioned from clinical to executive leadership in 2018 as the Ontario Provincial Chief Nursing Officer in Canada, providing strategic nursing expertise and advice. Dr. Acorn was appointed as the inaugural Chief Nurse of the International Council of Nurses in 2021, a federation representing over 27 million nurses worldwide. Michelle is certified as a Global Nurse Consultant. She continues to practice clinically and teach graduate prepared nurses.
No refunds due to cancellation. An archive will be available if you are unable to participate in the live webinar.
Top of Page
3416 Primm Lane, Birmingham, AL 35216 USAoffice@alsn.email