THA Leadership Summit
Call for Presentations and Posters
Submissions Due by Friday, July 17, 2015
THA's Tennessee Center for Patient Safety, the Tennessee Organization of Nurse Executives, Tennessee Nurses Association, and Tennessee Association for Healthcare Quality are pleased to announce plans for the 10th Annual Leadership Summit, which will be held on September 30, 2015, in conjunction with THA's annual meeting at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel and Convention Center in Nashville.
The Leadership Summit will highlight successful strategies to create a culture for performance excellence and improve patient outcomes.
We are seeking presentation proposals from hospitals across Tennessee that demonstrate and share best practices on fostering an organizational culture for excellence, quality, and patient safety improvement successes, engaging patients and families, navigating transitions of care, and strategies to promote collaboration and teamwork. The abstract submission form is available here. Applications are due by Friday, July 17, 2015.
THA Breastfeeding Workshop
Friday, May 29, 2015; 10:00 am-3:00 pm CT
In an effort to improve statewide breastfeeding rates, THA is hosting a one-day workshop for all OB facilities in Tennessee on Friday, May 29, 2015, in conjunction with our collaborative partners, the Tennessee Department of Health, and the Tennessee Initaitive for Perinatal Quality Care (TIPQC). The workshop will focus on our current status, presentations by mentor breastfeeding programs, and best practice strategies through lecture and small group discussions. The workshop is free of charge and will be held at the THA offices in Brentwood, TN. Plan to attend with your key breastfeeding staff. For more information, please contact Jackie Moreland at email@example.com.
Online Lactation Education
THA is pleased to announce that we are now providing the Breastfeeding Training Course from the Breastfeeding Consortium through a grant from the Tennessee Department of Health to improve breastfeeding rates at both the state and individual facility levels. The regular cost of the course is $99.00 per person but is available to you at no charge. The Breastfeeding Training Course is 20 hours of online lactation education covering six topics ranging from Current Trends in Infant Feeding and Prenatal Nutrition and Breastfeeding Education to the Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative.
This course is a stand-alone resource, offering comprehensive information on breastfeeding. Learners may earn up to 20 credits, and credit designation varies depending on the length of the module. Credit is earned at the completion of each module. Credit is earned at the completion of each module, and learners may choose from AMA PRO Category 1 Credit (TM), L-CERPS, AAFP Prescribed Credit, Virginia Nurses Association contact hours, CPE dietition credits, or a Certification of Participation. The training hours can be applied toward meeting various lactation certifications as well. To register, contact Jackie Moreland at firstname.lastname@example.org or 615-401-7439.
Thank you for attending the
2015 Spring Regional Networking Meetings
Below you will find a link to all of the handouts and slides used in the meetings.
We look forward to seeing you in August!
Thursday, August 20--Knoxville
Tuesday, August 25--Nashville
Thursday, August 27--Memphis
Announcing the 2015 Breastfeeding Campaign
The Tennessee Center for Patient Safety, in collaboration with the the Tennessee Department of Health and TIPQC, is proud to announce the launch of a PR campaign to increase consumer awareness of breastfeeding. The campaign includes breastfeeding awareness posters for use in your facility, as well as in pediatrician and OB/GYN physician offices, etc....
Click here for Breastfeeding PR Materials.