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Caring Essentials and Mary Coughlin have partnered with individual clinicians, NICU teams, hospitals and healthcare systems in North America and the European Union – hospitals and healthcare systems committed to excellence in quality and patient safety grounded in the consistently reliable provision of trauma-informed, patient and family centered care - all have achieved measurable success.
Quantum Leap is Designed to cultivate courage, competence and confidence in champions LIKE YOU, to create the transformation you know is possible in your unit
IN THIS PROGRAM YOU WILL LEARN:
- How to create a vision for the future with clear goals and objectives that your colleagues and unit can connect with and implement
- How to design a high impact change program linked to specific outcomes for your unit
- How to effectively implement cultural change that transforms outcomes for babies and families
- How to anticipate obstacles in implementing changes and have clear strategies to overcome objections
- How to create personal transformation and increase your confidence applying research based tools and techniques
The Surge Workshop is designed to engage your entire team, introducing the concepts and practices of trauma-informed care and begin your journey to Value-Conscious cultural TRANSFORMATION
- This unique results-oriented 2-day workshop includes an online staff perception survey and an onsite environment of care audit examining current perceptions, practices, and documentation requirements related to trauma-informed neurodevelopmentally appropriate care.
- Two 4-hour interactive learning sessions present the latest research on early life adversity, neurodevelopment, medical trauma, and trauma-informed, age-appropriate care. These sessions are scheduled for the afternoon of Day 1 and the morning of Day 2 to maximize staff participation, engagement and empowerment.
- Day 2 concludes with a strategy session with key stakeholders to review survey and audit data. This review informs and guides quality and practice improvement priorities.
- With the SURGE consultant, the team develops an evidence-based action plan to adopt and integrate best practices in trauma-informed neurodevelopmental care
Virtual Quantum Caring and Quantum Caring are designed for healthcare organizations to transform the culture of care to REFLECT a trauma-informed, age-appropriate care paradigm
The Virtual Quantum Caring (VQC) Program is a cultural transformation initiative designed to facilitate the adoption and integration of the 5-core measure sets for trauma-informed, neurodevelopmentally appropriate care, endorsed by the National Association of Neonatal Nurses, Canadian Association of Neonatal Nurses, and the Council of International Neonatal Nurses.
The 5-Pillars of the VQC Program include:
1. Evidence-Based Practice
2. Quality / Practice Improvement
3. Frontline Accountability
4. Leadership Engagement
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