Nightingale to Post Pandemic: How History Informs the Future
MOLN Leadership Webinar
We are thrilled to announce that MOLN is partnering with Marie Manthey PhD (hon), MNA, FAAN, FRCN, the founder and president emeritus of Creative Health Care Management for an upcoming webinar to provide her perspectives as a nurse historian on how our nursing values based in our history can help us to address current and future challenges.
Manthey has long been able to bridge the world of ideas and the real world of patient care in health care workplaces. She’s taught thousands of nurses in seminars and workshops throughout the world and is known for her capacity to bring new ideas into reality in a way that is easy to understand and universally applicable.
WHAT WOULD NIGHTINGALE SAY?
Nightingale and Henderson…Strong women who laid a foundation of nursing values for infinity. These values are the foundation nurses can trust because they are core to every human being past, present and future.
WHAT ARE THESE ETERNAL VALUES?
Nightingale laid out the integration of science and humanity by role modeling that nursing is an art and a science. This is still true today and will always be true. Henderson defined nursing in a way that opened the door for the unspoken covenant society has with nursing.
Our pandemic has shaken the rafters of the health care system, driven phenomenal changes in the way care is given, and is expected to result in dramatic change in roles and relationships amongst all clinicians. This webinar will provide a new tips to use in response to current stress factors. It will provide a context and put current reality in to a new perspective for a future we can own.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Marie Manthey PhD (hon), MNA, FAAN, FRCN,
Founder and President Emeritus, Creative Health Care Management
Manthy has spent her career developing, outlining, and explaining primary nursing practices and developing and refining processes that help nurses excel and grow. She is recognized as one of the originators of Primary Nursing, an innovative system of nursing care delivery.
She is a multi-award-winning author. In 2002, she won the AJN Book of the Year Award for The Practice of Primary Nursing. In 2004, she was again an AJN Book of the Year Award winner, as a contributing author for Relationship-Based Care: A Model for Transforming Practice. And in 2016, Primary Nursing: Patient-Centered Care Delivery System Design, co-authored with Susan Wessel, also won AJN Book of the Year.
Please register using the link above. MOLN members should login first to register. The cost to attend the webinar is $25. Registered attendees will receive the link to join the Zoom webinar the day of the event.