Nurse’s Week by Giving Your Nurses the Best Gift Possible!
Another Water Bottle.
a Meaningful Nurse’s Week Celebration with An Educational & Inspiring Program
Benefits Of The Program
- Decrease nurse burnout & increase staff satisfaction
- Give the gifts of professional development & lifelong learning
- Appreciate ALL nursing staff (even nights) in a meaningful way
- Fun, easy, and convenient participation for EVERY nurse!
Staff are sending me emails and telling me how much they are enjoying this opportunity. It has been our best Nurse’s Week yet (and today is only Tuesday)!Rhonda Holden, MSN, CENP
The Art of Nursing Covers Three Key Areas
Communication & Collaboration
Your nurses will learn ways to communicate effectively so that they can delegate appropriately and be prepared to handle difficult conversation.
Leadership & Empowerment
Your staff will learn how to show up as effective leaders at work. This added confidence will empower nurses to approach healthcare with a global vision.
Health and Wellness
Nurses will receive tools to decrease stress and prevent burnout. This leads to less turnover and helps you employ a more engaged workforce.
Before I share the details with you …
let’s hear what some of last year’s 2,600+ participants had to say:
The Art of Nursing made appreciate what I do. It’s not just about the skills but the compassion for people as well. The program was well organized. It’s a modern way to connect with nurses all over the country.Rose Mae Lopez, RN, BSN
I looked forward to each session and was saddened when the week was over. Every day was positive and left me thinking about how to incorporate these skills concepts into my practice. Hoping for next year’s webinars! Sign me up now!Barb Macfie RN, MSN CHPN
Thank you for the seminar, very nicely done, extremely convenient. What I liked the best was the focus on us.Heidi Quinn, RN
The Art of Nursing At A Glance
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So, What’s Included?
Twelve 30-minute Webinars
The Art of Nursing program features the finest nursing experts across the country. Each faculty member is carefully selected, based on their area of expertise. Your nurses will learn from 12 nurse leaders on various topics pertaining to Leadership, Communication, Technology and Self-Care.
Four 30-minute Evening Wrap-Up Calls
Each evening, participants are able to join a conference call and debrief the video webinars of that day. Participants have a chance to review key themes, share insights, and ask questions on the daily topics.
Conference PDF Workbook
Each participant will receive their very own copy of the complementary workbook. Inside they will find handouts, self-reflective exercises, articles and much more that supplements what they learn via the videos and conference calls.
Bonus Materials and Goodies
There are several opportunities for participants to receive bonus gifts during the week. While these are kept surprise as a means to share an extra ‘treat’, you can imagine things like audio meditations, print books, and much more will be gifted to your nursing staff.
And there’s more!
As an added bonus, The Art of Nursing applies to the Maryland Nurses Association (an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation) for CNE hours for participants.
For the past 3 years, The Art of Nursing has been successful in their application to award contact hours for completing the Art of Nursing to those participants who request it.
Our organization and nursing leadership values education. It is important for us to not only appreciate our nursing staff, but to provide them opportunity to learn and grow. For the past three years, The Art of Nursing has been a wonderful way to celebrate Nurse’s Week and the profession of nursing with our staff.Jayme M. Speight, MSN, RN
Our 2016 Art of Nursing Guest Speakers
Our 2015 Art of Nursing Guest Speakers
Our 2014 Art of Nursing Guest Speakers
I want to thank you for putting together the wonderful Art of Nursing program. We purchased an organizational subscription as a Nurses’ week gift for our clinical staff. They all were delighted with the program’s content, the support for their practice and personal growth, the opportunity to “meet” nursing leaders that they might not otherwise know and the chance to earn CEUs. What a great learning opportunity for each of us.Helen Imbernino
Metrics & Measurements
From our 2016 evaluations; here is how Nursing staff have rated themselves BEFORE and AFTER The Art of Nursing
BEFORE The Art of Nursing
AFTER The Art of Nursing
How would you rate the overall program?
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Download our supporting documentation from 2016:
Thank you so much for offering The Art of Nursing. You advertise ‘Keeping Pace with the Profession’- my comment is that The Art of Nursing exceeds the pace the nursing. It was truly an exceptional program. If I had my way I would make it mandatory for all nurses. I was able to learn about current and future trends in nursing. I gained insight into areas of nursing that I am unfamiliar with and found out we share many similarities. I am looking forward to 2017 and will keep telling all my colleagues and leadership team about it.
Laurie Laugeman, RN, BSN, HNB-BC
The Art of Nursing is Brought to You by
Elizabeth Scala, MSN/MBA, RN
Reigniting the Passion for Nursing
Elizabeth Scala, MSN/MBA, RN is a Johns Hopkins-trained Registered Nurse, bestselling author, keynote speaker, and consultant on burnout prevention for nurses in all specialties. She is the CEO of ElizabethScala.com and founder of The Art of Nursing—a Nurse’s Week program providing education and inspiration at dozens of hospitals and healthcare organizations across the country. Her online community of over 15,000 nurses has allowed her to teach the lessons in this program in the real world of professional nurses and their rapidly changing healthcare environment.
Elizabeth’s articles are frequently posted on NurseTogether.com, ScrubsMag.com, and HealtheCareers.com. She has consulted with or been a featured speaker for the South Dakota Nurses Association, the American Holistic Nurses Association, the National Nurse’s Health Institute, and many more.
Elizabeth is also a Reiki Master, Certified Health Coach and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and Masters’ degrees in both Business and Nursing.