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Administrative Growth at the Leading Edge of Nursing

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									Supporting and growing in
partnership with School of
Nursing and its researchers
  Rokas Oginskis, UCLA PDP 2012-13 cohort
          UCLA School of Nursing
             Office of Research
             January 7th, 2013



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    The UCLA School of Nursing –
Nursing Reimagined. Nursing Redefined.

Vision:
The UCLA School of Nursing is a significant force in developing
nurse leaders to inspire individuals across the lifespan to achieve
health, wellness and quality of life.
Mission:
The UCLA School of Nursing prepares nurses and scholars to lead and
transform nursing care in a rapidly changing, diverse and complex
healthcare environment through academic excellence, innovative
research, superior clinical practice, strong community partnerships,
and global initiatives.

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Surrounded by whom:
Nursing – the oldest of arts and the youngest of
professions (Williams) that leads our nation’s
health care evolution by “championing quality of
care improvements, spearheading research
innovation, advocating for patient rights, and
challenging the status quo .” (Lyder)




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1949 – established as a prof. school
  1950 – Bachelor degree launched
  1951 – Masters degree launched
  1986 – first Doctoral degree (DNSc)
  1995 – redefined to PhD (research focus)

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STUDE ad
                                   FACULTY:
           gr                      -47 tenured, rese
-238 under                         -38 adjunct and
                                                     arch, instructor
                                                                     s
-356 grad              tive the                     lecturers
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          programs?         (BS)       Interdisciplinar
            00 ad mitted 61            intensive
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SON Success: the full circle
                                                        Strong
                             A Great                   Financial
                            Reputation                 Reserves




                 Reinvestments
                    Back Into                                Endowment
                 Faculty, Staff &                              Growth
                    Building


                                         Competitive
                                           Salary
                                          Structure
 Underneath it all: strong management history and current
 leadership approach in face of financial challenges:
 investment in resources and faculty/staff talent catalyzing and
 sustaining SON growth
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And the talent do we need…
FACULTY:
- comprehensive clinical training of future health
care providers

- defining discipline and the depth of nursing
specializations

- change to evidence based practice and adapting
cutting edge technology

- maintaining rigorous nature of and leading in
the innovation-driven and inter-disciplinary
nature of research

- simultaneous practice and scholarship
commitments, administrative leadership roles

- and let’s face it, for many also running against
the ticking clock… in addition to all of the above   6
STAFF:
- student affairs professionals;
- external relations professionals;
- communications professionals;
- general academic administrators
- project managers;
- financial managers;
- accountants and fund management;
- IT professionals;
- scientific consultants;
- research administrators;
 - research coordinators;
- administrative support
professionals;
- __________ fill in the blank


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          SON Growth

From $24 Million budget in FY 2008-09
                 TO
$28 Million budget in FY 2011-12




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Budget Sources




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  SON Office of Research
The Office of Research team supports the
UCLA School of Nursing faculty as they
identify the critical questions for the
future of healthcare and address those
questions through research.
Across the campus, representing nursing
in multi-disciplinary forums.
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SON Office of Research
We facilitate:
 cutting edge science
     Brain MRI in Cardiovascular health; CCR5 research,
     Implementation Science…
 leadership in international research
     Australia, Czech Rep., China, India, Sudan, Vietnam
 innovative trans-disciplinary research
     Wireless Health, Symptom Science, Health
     Disparities…
 development of future leaders in nursing research
     Presence in NIH Study Sections, NINR Advisory
     Council. Vredevoe’s Pressure Sore Status Tool, etc.
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    SON Research: the Parallax View
                                 AGNS

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Centers o        CVPR                        PSI
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Excellenc
                            Office of
                            Nursing
                            Research
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                                    Biological
                       Tobacco
                                    Sciences




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SON Research: the Parallax View
 Training grants
 Biobehavioral research
 Basic Science / Laboratory
 Clinical Trials
 Education grants (inter-institutional)
 CBPR and other Community Service
 Health Disparities Research
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SON Research: the Parallax View
                  Growth
                         of   research
                                         funding




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        What do we do?
      PRIMARY THREADS
Scholarship:       Research Administration:
   - Writing            - Grants’ pre-award
   - Research           - Grants’ post-award
   Development          - Research purchasing
   - Consultation       - Financial reporting/forecast
   - Research Seminar   - Grant Brown Bag Series
   Series

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We Support Education Too
 Fellowship grant support for
 pre-doctoral students
 (classroom and admin.
 support)
 Statistics and design
 consultation
 Student travel awards to prof.
 meetings



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 How do we manage to do it?

                 Teamwork

       Transparency

Thoughtfulness



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  Thanks to whom?
  -   Faculty and Staff: grants for innovative research and
      everyone’s effort in translating it into a practical action
      (execution and support)
  -   Dean Lyder and SON Administration: strategic
      leadership and administrative/financial resources
                                   Paul Macey
                        , FAAN
           . Lyder, DN
Courtney H of SON                       - Assoc. De
                                                   an, CIO
       - De an                    Sally Malisk
                tological Nurse                 i
       - Geron                         - Academic
                                                   Assoc. Dean
        - Lea der            ert
                                  Bryant Ng
        - Health  Policy Exp          - Assoc. Dea
                                                   n, CAO
         -E ntertainer           Adeline Nya
                                              mathi
                                     - Internation
                                 Ann B. Will      al Assoc. De
                                             iams           19 an
SON Research Office
Management Team
Ann Bartley Williams           Lynn Brecht
   - Associate Dean,
     Research                    - Director Design and Data Core
   - FNP, HIV/AIDS
                                     - Biostatistics, Education
   - China, Vietnam,
     Poland                          - Substance abuse research

Priscilla Kehoe                Rokas Oginskis
    - Director of Research
       Consultation                 - Director of Research
    - Neuroscientist; nurse;      Administration
       mentor
                                     - Administrator, political
                                  scientist, rabbi          20
Karabi Nandy
  - Biostatistician
  - Optimal Design Models


Umma Warda
  - Biostatistician
  - Integrated Substance Abuse Program


Sumiko Takayanagi
  - Biostatistician
  - Union Rescue Mission
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Research Administration Team
Deb Brekke
   - Executive Assistant
   - Event Coordinator

Natasha Fung
   - Senior Grant Analyst
   - Communication Science and HR

Mike Khuu
   - Senior Grant Analyst
   - Certified Auditor


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 Research Administration Team
Linny Le
   - Senior Grant Analyst
   - Fatima Youth Group-San Gabriel Mission Leader

Mary Metz
   - Purchasing Coordinator
   - Civic Activist




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To Stay Connected with the UCLA SON
   First school of nursing on
   Pinterest
   “Like” SON on Facebook
   “Follow” SON on Twitter
   Check 24 videos on the
   YouTube School of Nursing
   channel
   Visit SON website, currently
   averaging 50,000 hits per month
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If we had nothing else to do…
 Critical Nursing Studies?
   As scientific self-critique
   As institutional criticism – philosophy of science
   As social-normative theory
   Not economic critique of healthcare. “Care” and “affection”
   not as a reflection of old social norms (“feminine” traits) but
   as structural accounts of (inter)subjectivity informing newly
   dominant forms of production such as social commodities,
   service industries and emotion industries. From relational
   autonomy in patient-centered care to participatory-
   transformative autonomy (empowerment) of citizen.
   Nurses have lots to say about counter-balancing social
   systems re/producing the impoverished, stigmatized,
   “unwanted” populations. That is, above and beyond
   responding to government policy priorities such as health
   care disparities research; rather, by challenging it from the
   normative standpoint.
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            In Conclusion
Organization, not unlike the navigation of our
personal happiness, needs not flow with the
stream of external circumstances. Investing in its
talent and providing adequate resources smartly
takes life of its own in ensuring growth. The UCLA
School of Nursing is the example of that.




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