Please email nursingsymposium@stanfordchildrens.org with any inquiries.


Registration is CLOSED 
 

Symposium Date & Time: 
Friday, June 2, 2017
8:30 am - 4:15 pm (8:30 am sign-in and continental breakfast)
Location: 
Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center
Preregistration is required
Registration opens: March 20, 2017 
Registration closes: June 2, 2017

Early-bird Registration: March 20, 2017 - May 15, 2017
Fee: $190.00
 
Regular Registration: May 15, 2017 - June 2, 2017
Fee: $240.00

Fee Includes:
Registration, Breakfast, Lunch, Parking, Online symposium handouts

Must Register Online

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Stanford University Employees:
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Program Description

As organizations strive to improve the patient care experience and health outcomes while reducing costs, an understanding of how hospital and home environments contribute to overall health, has never been more timely.  This symposium provides an excellent opportunity to explore how healthcare environments contribute to improved healing.  Through presentations of current research, evidence based practice and quality improvement projects, you will learn how transforming the healthcare environment can impact the patient's journey to healing and caregiver's path to optimal outcomes.


Program Objectives

♦ Describe how research findings lead to design decisions in hospital space planning.
♦ Give two examples of study findings that demonstrate how environmental changes relate to improvements in the patient experience of healing.
♦ Discuss one intervention that could be implemented to positively impact the healing environment in the participant's clinical setting.

Target Audience 

All health care professionals interested in learning about the impact of transforming the healthcare environment to improve healing, including nurses, allied health providers, health design specialists, administrators and health care design innovators. 

Accreditation

Stanford Health Care is an approved provider by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP12165 for 6 contact hours.

Stanford Health Care is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
ANCC 6 Contact Hours.

Neither SHC nor ANCC endorse any commercial products.

YOU MUST SIGN-IN AND ATTEND THE ENTIRE PROGRAM IN ORDER TO RECEIVE CONTINUING EDUCATION (CE) CREDIT. PER BRN REGULATIONS, PARTIAL CREDIT CANNOT BE AWARDED IF YOU LEAVE EARLY OR ARRIVE LATE.
Credit for completing part of a CE course will NOT be granted. Thus, if a person attending the program leaves before the course is over, or arrives late, the certificate of completion cannot be issued. Retrieved from: Title I6, CCR, Division 14, Article 5.
 
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