Date: Wednesday, May 16
Time: 6:00 – 8:00pm
Location: Memorial Center for Learning Innovation
228 W. Miller St. Springfield, IL 62702
Room: MCLI 2A Curtis Theatre Classroom
Topic: Being Pre-active: Situational Awareness and Threat Assessment
Speaker(s): Meghan Karhliker, Associate General Counsel for Memorial Health System
Sergeant Gerry Castles, Springfield Police Department
Jennifer Davis, RN, MBA Director of Emergency Services
The purpose of this panel presentation is to provide nurse leaders with information and tools to use for their staff to identify potentially threatening situations before they escalate.
1. Provide an overview of current trends in the prevention of healthcare workplace violence
2. Identify cues that alert the nurse before a potential situation escalates.
3. Utilize tools and practices that will diffuse a potentially threatening situation and protect others
4. Discuss the role of the nurse leader and nurse with regard to pre-empting and handling potential threatening situations
Box Sandwiches and Drinks will be provided
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