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|Thursday, December 3, 2015|
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Join Sarah Moody, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, and June Marshall, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, for a free 60-minute webcast on how incident-based nursing peer review benefits an organization and elevates nurse practice.
These experienced speakers will clarify the difference between formal, incident-based nursing peer review and the type of review that involves peer evaluation of nurses' performance. They will demonstrate how incident-based nursing peer review can elevate quality and the professionalism of nursing through sharing case studies and lessons learned.
Moody and Marshall have many years of experience leading nursing peer review committees as incident-based nursing peer review is mandated by the Texas Nursing Practice Act.
At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:
Enhance professional accountability in nursing practice through the peer review process.
Sarah Moody, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, is the Magnet program director at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas and oversees activities and programs at Texas Health Resources University at Dallas. Her nursing career, of over 40 years, includes roles from direct care nurse to executive positions. Currently she serves as chair of the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas Peer Review Committee. Moody is an active member of the Texas Nurses Association, having held the office of president and currently serving on the board of directors as treasurer. She is board certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center in Nursing Administration Advanced.
June Marshall, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, is currently a nurse scientist at Texas Health Resources University in Dallas and has an extensive nursing career that includes diverse roles in a variety of settings. Her roles in nursing include clinical nurse, pediatric clinical nurse specialist, educator, entrepreneur, researcher, consultant, and leader and her expertise in nursing peer review stems from serving as a chair (or co-chair) of nursing peer review committees in a number of healthcare organizations for more than 20 years. Marshall has worked closely with chief nurse executives, directors, managers, advanced practice nurses, clinical nurses, hospital attorneys, and quality and risk management professionals to develop, implement, and evaluate nursing peer review policies and committee processes. She is board certified as Executive Advanced by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
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