LOGO Ann Marie McCarthy, PhD, RN, PNP, FAAN IPN Board President Announcements Introductions IPN Board and Others Staff for on-site assistance Dietary needs? Hotel assistance for taxi arrangements Arrange tonight for tomorrow’s travel Please silence cell phones Save The Date!! Plan to attend next year! 2012 Pediatric Nursing Invitational Forum November 1-2, 2012 Embassy Suites Hotel 900 10th Street NW Washington, DC Welcome! 2011 3rd Annual Institute of Pediatric Nursing Invitational Forum 2009 - Sponsored by the PNCB 2010 - Sponsored by the Institute of Pediatric Nursing with support from the PNCB 2011 – Supported by the PNCB and IPN Founding Sponsors 26 organizations/hospitals represented 15 Organizations 11 Hospitals Background 2009 PNCB Board of Directors recognized a need to bring together organizations focused on the healthcare of children and the role of pediatric nurses to: Share common concerns Discuss collaborations Child Healthcare Issues & Peds Nursing More than 25% of the total population are 0-21 (Approx 77 million) 1 in 10 children uninsured ~20% Obese or overweight . ~20% Chronic Illness 7.3% of 2.4 million RNs are peds 8.1% of APRNs focus on peds ~ 175,000 pediatric nurses caring for 76 million children ages 0-17 in the US 2009 Forum Outcomes Determined 5 critical areas to address: • Access to Care • Advocacy for Children's Health including Access to Care • Care Coordination • Pediatric Nursing Education • Quality, Safe, Evidence-based Nursing Practice Activities 2009-2010 Develop Mission and Vision statements Transition of the Leadership Advisory Team (LAT) to a formal Board of Directors Re-Named the Pediatric Nursing Alliance to the Institute of Pediatric Nursing (IPN) Development of By-Laws And Filing for incorporation as a 501(c)3 IPN Mission and Vision Statement MISSION: Create a healthy future for our nation through a unified network of pediatric nursing organizations working through education, research, and practice to secure child and youth well-being. VISION: Maximize pediatric nursing contributions to child and youth health through unified leadership, knowledge and expertise, influencing nursing education, health care access, child and youth advocacy, care coordination and safe, quality evidence based care. Characteristics of the IPN Vision An organization of organizations Create a unified voice Facilitate collaborations Provide support 2010 IPN Forum Each organization presented an achievement and a challenge within the IPN priority areas Publication of the IOM’s Future of Nursing report and Key note addresses from Judith Palfrey MD and Karen Cox PhD, RN emphasized the important role of pediatric nurses in meeting the needs the health care needs of children across settings Forum participants identified pediatric nursing content in undergrad education & pediatric nurse residency programs as issues for future exploration IPN Activities 2010-2011 Infrastructure established 2010-2011: • Created governance structure and expanded the IPN Board to 7 positions • Developed IPN Board Policy Manual • Created IPN Board Task Force Groups to facilitate work of the IPN • Launched Web site • Initiated business plan and development of a sustainment strategies • Founding Sponsors • Corporate Sponsorship sought www.ipedsnursing.org IPN Board – Representative Members IPN Board members selected to represent: • Education (vacant) • Research • Credentialing • Specialty Pediatric Nursing • Hospital/Health Care Institution • Community/Primary Care (2): School Nursing APRN in Pediatrics (vacant) IPN Board Education: (vacant) Research: Ann Marie McCarthy, AAN Expert Panel Credentialing: Arlene M. Sperhac, PNCB Specialty: Deborah Echtenkamp, APHON Hospital: Janis B. Smith, Children’s, Kansas City Community, School Nursing: Sandi Delack, NASN APRN in Pediatrics: (vacant) Executive Director: Jan Wyatt (ex officio) IPN Board • President: Ann Marie McCarthy, PhD, RN, PNP, FAAN • Vice-President: Janis B. Smith, DNP, RN • Secretary/Treasurer: Arlene M. Sperhac, PhD, RN, CPNP, FAAN • Deborah Echtenkamp, MSN, RN, CPON • Sandi Delack, RN, M ED, NCSN • Education – VACANT • APRN in Pediatrics - VACANT • Executive Director: Jan Wyatt, PhD, RN, CRNP, FAANP (ex-officio) 2010 Forum Outcomes & Exemplars Advocacy and Access IPN Participants impact CMS communications to reinforce quality care for children. Problem: medical supply needs of children A position statement was prepared for nurse leaders at the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare. Conference calls with nurse leaders at the CMS Workgroup on EPSDT, resulted in immediate guidance through the Medicaid Information Bulletin to remind states that they need to be especially alert for health and medical supply issues for children managing asthma, diabetes, ostomy care, and other chronic illnesses. www.ipedsnursing.org 2010 Forum Outcomes & Exemplars Advocacy and Access Collaboration between the National Association of school nurses and the Pediatric Endocrine Nurses Society (PENS) Problem: California Dept of Ed. Proposal to allow non- nurses to administer insulin to school children NASN and PENS discussion facilitated through the IPN Forum helped improve understanding for NASN’s legal opposition to actions by the California DoE to allow non- licensed personnel to administer insulin to school children. www.ipedsnursing.org 2010 Forum Outcomes & Exemplars Care Coordination Problem: transition from hospital to community A Model for Care Collaboration in communities where children's hospitals co-exist with larger community-based school populations. Children's Mercy Hospitals & Clinics , Kansas City and the National Association of School Nurses (NASN) combined their efforts, leading to dramatic increases in the coordination of services and quality of care for children in the Kansas City area schools. www.ipedsnursing.org 2010-2011 IPN Activities White paper & national press release Development of IPN web site: www.ipedsnursing.org 2010 Guest Editorial in Pediatric Nursing (Jan/Feb ‘10) 2010 Testimony at RWJ/IOM Future of Nursing in Houston (Feb ’10) and invited participant December IOM Launch 2010-2011 IPN Activities 2010/2011 -Editorials – JPHC, Journal of Pediatric Nursing 2011 IPN Newsletter and National Exemplars 2011 editorial Clinician Review October 2011 IPN appointment to the Commission of Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) national Nursing Steering Committee 2010 Forum – Initiatives for 2011 Quality, safe, evidence based care Create a repository of pediatric evidence based practices both published and unpublished 2010 – 2011 Activity Issues , concerns and barriers in the delivery of pediatric nursing content in undergraduate education AND explore nurse residency programs for pediatric nurses 2011 Activities included 1. Discussion and Collaboration with AACN in the development of a national survey of pediatric content in undergraduate education 2. Discussion with NACHRI and CHCA leadership regarding issues related to pediatric nurse residency programs Purpose of our 2011 IPN Forum Focus on IOM Recommendations: Explore Pediatric Nursing Content in Undergraduate Nursing Education Initiate exploration of the content and structure of Pediatric Residency Education for RNs Develop strategies to strengthen competencies in pediatric nursing practice. Create synergies and Facilitate collaborations 2011 IPN Forum Format • Presentation of data • Panel of pediatric nurse experts • Q&A Time • Round Table Discussions • Networking • Next Steps WELCOME !
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