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Silence Kills. Register Today for Crucial Conversation Training for Nurse Leaders

According to Crucial Learning, every day, healthcare professionals make calculated decisions to not speak up. In fact, Crucial Learning research found that 84 percent of doctors and nurses have seen coworkers take dangerous shortcuts, and yet, fewer than one in ten voice their concerns. On the other hand, cultures of dialogue lead to significant reductions in medical errors, increased patient safety, higher productivity, and lower staff turnover.

Are you looking to increase patient safety, reduce medical errors, and improve employee engagement? If so, consider registering for SDAHO’s Nurse Leadership program here. A component of the program includes intensive Crucial Conversations for Mastering Dialogue in Healthcare training from certified trainers.  Throughout this course, learners will be trained on what to do before, during, and after a crucial conversation.

In addition to Crucial Conversations training, curriculum will include:

  • Evidence-Based Practice, Quality Improvement, & Research
  • State Advocacy
  • Healthcare Ethics
  • Leadership Development
  • Human Resources & Legal Aspects of Management
  • Healthcare Finance
  • Innovative Leadership & Managing Change
Registration will also include attendance at SDAHO’s Post-Acute Partners in Care Conference and SDAHO’s Annual Convention.

Click here to register and learn more.

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