Creating change is hard, but creating change around our biases which live in our subconscious, is even harder. We have recognized that the healthcare industry needs to identify its biases to improve our care and communication. This training will help you understand what implicit bias is, how to identify your blind spots and how to commit to doing the hard work through a five-step change management process.
Attendees will receive 1.0 contact hours.*
About the presenter: Irnise F. Williams, JD, RN is an experienced nurse and attorney and a Change Management Expert who uses the change management process to break down the organization’s goals and create sustainable and cost-effective plans of action. Additionally, her training allows executives, leaders, and other stakeholders to manage their fear of change, expand their perspective, discover opportunities, and utilize present resources to get to the intended goal. Learn more about Irnise here: https://www.irnisewilliams.com/
This event is free for PSNA members and non-licensed nursing students; $25 for non-members.
Zoom information will be emailed before the session.
*In order to obtain 1.0 contact hours for this activity, the learner must attend the activity and complete the evaluation.
The Pennsylvania State Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
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