The CNL: A New Nursing Care Delivery Role Clinical Nurse Leader Association Development Proposal Questions? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions. Presenters Jane Gannon DNP RN CNM CNL Elaine Ritchey MS RN CCRN CNL Mary Stachowiak MS RN CNL The CNL ® Role: The Beginning Designed to ensure patient safety Built on a partnership model Partnership Growth 200 150 Education 100 Clinical 50 0 2004 2007 The CNL ® Role: Expanding “As of February 2008, 329 individuals have successfully achieved the CNL credential and over 1,250 students were enrolled in CNL programs across the country” (AACN, 2008) The CNL® Role: Challenges & Opportunities Challenges Role justification requires ongoing attention to outcome evaluation Role interest requires role promotion activities Opportunities National move to enhance patient safety and quality of care delivery Pay-per-performance demands The CNL® Role: Rationale for a Professional Organization The CNL® is unique and distinct from other roles and their support structures CNL® growth requires role promotion CNL® networking opportunities are needed to unify, galvanize and coordinate CNL® efforts to impact health care systems Action Plan Steering committee selection Website development Mailing list National newsletter Annual regional and national conference Bylaws generation Timeline 2008 Promote formation of the organization at the VA/AACN conference, Oct, 2008 Mission and vision statement Bylaws Membership dues and structure delineation 2009 Election of officers Building the membership base CNL® National Conference as part of AACN CNL Partnership Meeting Integration of the organization into national forums 2011 First independent national conference 2012 First regional CNL® meetings 5 Year Budget Item Funds Website development & maintenance $10,000 Conference call line $ 2,000 Mailing list and expenses $ 2,000 Mission, Vision & Bylaws publication $ 500 Administrative support (0.25 FTE) $81,000 National conference (1x yr x 3 yrs) $50,000 Regional conferences (total 4-yrs 4&5) $10,000 Evaluation Outcome indicators Annual growth of membership Number publications/ presentations by members Number of conference attendees Number of website hits Compliance with Action Plan activities and timeline Impact Serve the unique needs of the CNL® role and functions across all practice settings Promote the CNL® role in local and national health care forums Provide collaborative opportunities for CNL® s and CNL® students to develop the professional role Toaccomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan, but also believe. Anatole France Questions? Send an email to email@example.com with your questions.