This episode focuses on how one organization is attempting to reduce documentation burden to prevent nurses’ burnout by identifying redundant or double documentation required to be completed by nurses. The goal is to reduce nurse’s workload related to documentation and information retrieval in Electronic Health Records (EHR), so that they can have more opportunities for therapeutic engagement with clients and feel less burdened by EHR. Thanks to this innovation, the time spent on issues that aren’t directly related to care decreases, empowering nurses and their clinical practice to succeed.
If you would like to learn more about this initiative, please contact our guest Satinder Kaur:
Satinder Kaur, RN MSc(N), MEd(HPE), PhD(N), CPMHN(C) Advanced Practice Clinical Leader (Nursing) Centre for Addiction & Mental Health, Toronto Satinder.Kaur@camh.ca
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Reducing Documentation Burden with Satinder Kaur This episode focuses on how one organization is attempting to reduce documentation burden to prevent nurses’ burnout by identifying redundant or double documentation required to be completed by nurses. The goal is to reduce nurse’s workload related to documentation and information
Improving Accessibility and Healthcare for Indigenous People with Bev Smith This episode highlights the Sharing Circle, a website that was developed with the aim to improve accessibility and healthcare for Indigenous people by the Nurses Specialized in Wound, Ostomy and Continence Canada (NSWOCC) Indigenous Wound, Ostomy and Continence
Facilitating Hospital Discharges on Weekends with Gillian Kozinka This episode profiles nurse innovation in closing the system gap to facilitate discharges of patients on weekends to enable the right patient, right place, right care philosophy. This quality improvement initiative focused on improved multidisciplinary communication, resource utilisation and
The L'nu Nursing Initiative with Dawn Googoo This episode highlights the L'nu Nursing Initiative (L'nu means Indigenous in the Mi'kmaw (Mi'kmaq is plural) language). The L'nu Nursing Initiative was created by the Nova Scotia Canadian Institute of Health Research Chair in Indigenous Health Nursing, Dr. Margot Latimer
New Curriculum Design to Help Graduates Be Practice Ready with Sara Lankshear Welcome to the premiere episode of Nurses' Voices, Season Three: Change is Possible! This episode profiles Central Ontario’s first college standalone nursing degree program and the approaches taken for innovative curriculum design that actively engaged health
Michael Villeneuve Reflects on a 44-Year Nursing Career In our Season Two finale of Nurses' Voices, join hosts Gail Donner and Mary Wheeler for an honest and personal conversation with Michael J. Villeneuve, RN, MSc, FAAN, who retired in May 2022 as the Chief Executive Officer of the