Webinar - Why, When, and How to Convert
Your Camera System
October 5th from Noon - 1PM CDT
The expectation when you hear those words is that your camera will provide a clear visual for parents when they want to see their baby! Right? And, when it works, it’s great for staff and families. But, what’s it like when things don’t work as expected – and there is no one around to help fix the problem? Annoyance? Frustration? A source of contention?
If you are using cameras and know you need a change, this webinar will impart valuable wisdom from two NICU nurse leaders who have been through the experience.
This webinar shares the stories of two units that experienced challenges for both staff and parents and decided to fix the problem.
- How did they assess the challenge and decide change was the answer?
- How did they evaluate new options and choose a partner (where beside cameras are concerned, you want a partner – not just a vendor)?
- How did they deal with contractual issues changing from one provider to another?
- What was their experience during the transition?
What’s it like to have a camera system that is reliable and supported?
Join us for an interactive discussion. It’s an hour you won’t want to miss!
Lori Armstrong, DNP, RN, NEA-BC
Dr. Lori Armstrong is CEO & Chief Clinical Officer at Inspire Nurse Leaders and Adjunct Faculty at Drexel University’s College of Nursing. For over 25 years she has mastered best practices for nurse leaders as a CNO at top hospitals across the country.
Meet Our Speakers
DNP, APRN, NNP-BC, NE-BC
Dr. Jones is a board-certified Neonatal Nurse Practitioner & nurse executive. She’s spent her 26-year nursing career in the NICU at Arkansas Children’s Hospital and currently serves as president of the Arkansas Association of Neonatal Nurses (ARANN).
RN, BSN, NE-BC
Jan is a seasoned nurse professional with 26 years of experience; 18 in the NICU. She spent 25 years at Children’s of Minnesota as NICU Patient Care Supervisor and has recently accepted a new opportunity with Yuma Regional Medical Center in Arizona.