Annual Affiliated Schools of Nursing Update Breakfast. May 22, 2013

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Annual Affiliated Schools of

Nursing Update Breakfast

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Thank You!

Alverno College

Bryant and Stratton

Carroll University Columbia College

Concordia University

Gateway Technical College

Marian University

Marquette University

Milwaukee Area Technical College

Moraine Park Technical College MSOE – School of Nursing

UW-Oshkosh UW-Milwaukee

Waukesha County Technical College

Wisconsin Lutheran College

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2012

• 536 nursing students

• 33 affiliation agreements • Clinical groups – 410

• Undergraduate precepted students – 60 • Graduate precepted students - 66

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2012

Children’s Ranks 4th in the Nation!!

#1 Preemie and Newborn Care #3 Emergency Care

#6 Orthopedics Care #7 Heart Care

#8 Pulmonary Care #9 Cancer Care

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2013

• Epic stabilization…journey continues

– Workflows / Nursing process – Documentation / Barcoding – Nursing Care Plans

– Synergy Model

• TJC

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Children’s Mission

As a premier and standard-setting leader

in the delivery of pediatric clinical service, education and research, Children’s Hospital advocates for children and brings a

commitment to excellence to our patients and families, medical staff, employees and communities in addressing the health and well-being of children.

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Thank You

• Committed to our partnership with schools of nursing

– Best learning experience for students – Support for faculty

– Continued development for efficient work processes

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Thumbs up for EPIC

Martha Kliebenstein, RN, MSN

Clinical Educator/School of Nursing Liaison

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EPIC Journey

• June, 2010

– EPIC chosen as partner with Children’s

Hospital to journey towards an Integrated Electronic Health Record

• THE WORK BEGAN

• November, 2012

– WAVE 1 of transition to the Integrated Electronic Health Record

• THE WORK GOES ON

• January, 2013

– Nursing students trained in EPIC

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OUR VISION

• Our community of caregivers, children and families will have access to

relevant, accurate and timely

information to facilitate safer care and improved and differentiated

outcomes

• Every child; every time

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OUR PRINCIPLES

• Enables integrated, child-centric information sharing across the continuum of care

• Enables a system approach

• Enables data standardization to fully support business intelligence and information

management

WHICH LEADS TO:

• Improved communication (amongst

units/campuses/disciplines/service lines) • Better service

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SO WHAT ...

…does that mean for your students?

– students have access to relevant, accurate & timely information to enhance clinical

experiences and provide safer care – ‘child-centric’ information available

throughout clinical semester

– exposes students to systems approach to the health care needs of the child and family

– continue to gain knowledge and experience with the electronic health record

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and leads to:

• Improved communication (amongst students/staff/units/multidisciplinary teams/service lines)

• Better service for educational needs of Schools of Nursing requests

• Safer care and teaching moments • Excellent educational opportunities

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Spring, 2013

– Clinical groups and educators all trained in EPIC documentation with support of Educational Services

• Undergraduate students in clinical groups and clinical educators

• Undergraduate students in preceptorships – Graduate students

– All paperwork is submitted to Department of Advanced Practice Nursing

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What we learned

• Students at varying levels of

knowledge – just like real life on the units

• Many students comfortable with the ‘technology’ aspect

• Instructors became comfortable with electronic documentation with

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What we learned,

cont.

• Staff required education in regards to ‘what students can do in EPIC’

• Communication among Schools of Nursing, clinical educators,

Department of Advanced Practice Nursing, and students is key

• Dates are critical – IT and Security need time to enter all information • Learning is FUN!!!

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Student feedback

• Did the Epic training you received meet your clinical needs?

– Strongly agree: 39.5% – Agree: 46.5 %

– Neutral: 11.6 % – Disagree: 2.3%

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Student comments

• Needed the practice on the unit

• A lot to learn in a small amount of time… Nurses on the floor were very helpful!

• I've used Epic before

• The Epic training was fine, would have been nice to have more information related to surgery

• A mini-training of intra-op Epic would have been useful

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Student comments,

cont.

• Epic training was very quick and my first experience with EPIC.

• Short stay of clinical (4 weeks on the floor) difficult to navigate and learn as you go. • Nurses ended up doing the charting and

looking things up such as orders. • Great if there could be classes for

students who have experience with Epic and students who do not

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Staff: Clinical Groups

• Did the students demonstrate

appropriate knowledge with EPIC

documentation: 1 – very well -> 5 not at all

– 1: 20.0% – 2: 48.0% – 3: 20.0% – 4:12.0% – Comment:

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Staff: Preceptorships

• The student demonstrated appropriate knowledge with EPIC documentation

– 66.7 %: strongly agree – 33.3%: agree

– Comment:

• Did not receive student login information, profile information from the instructor until the student had been with me for a week; would have been most helpful to have before or at start of clinical.

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Wave 2 Go Live

• Primary Care Child Advocacy Centers • Child and Family Counseling services

that did not go live in Wave 1.

– In many cases, some aspect of these programs went live in Wave 1.

• School Health nursing in time for the 2013-14 school year.

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Looking to the Fall…

• Verifying clinical start dates

– Early but difficult to reach faculty during summer

– Start dates may vary from request form to actual first day students are at Children’s – Training dates need to be coordinated

with Educational Services

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Looking to the Fall…

• Accurate dates are even more critical – IT and Security need time to enter all information

• Incorrect dates may lead to students being delayed in starting clinical

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Looking to the Fall…

• Educational materials being revised

• Clinical educators must attend training sessions with their students

• Look at identified dates for precepted students to attend

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Placement Updates

• Contracts – routed for signatures

• Increase number of student requests • Epic classes adds new time restraint • Member of SEWNA, Southeast

Wisconsin Nursing Alliance

• Clinical groups : no mid week spots at this time

• Preceptorships: evenings and weekends

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Placement Updates

Paperwork, Paperwork, Paperwork

Deadlines

Accuracy – start, end and holidays

Use latest forms from the nursing

student website

Orientation checklists

Signatures: no electronic at this

time, fax and email are accepted

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Questions

• Contact:

– Diane Dooley

• Clinical Placement coordinator – Martha Kliebenstein, RN

• Schools of Nursing Liaison – Tracy Blair, RN

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HAVE A GOOD SUMMER.

Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone

who keeps learning stays young.”

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