SOFFI® advanced webinar: Communication Skills for Teamwork within the NICU Culture

$69.00

Every workplace has a culture, and the Newborn intensive care unit is no different.   This webinar helps the participant understand work cultures and what contributes to healthy work environments.  Specific strategies for creating healthy work environments and improve effectiveness of feeding plans will also be shared.  Experiences are shared to help the participant apply these concepts to their daily work life.

Total Time: 2.0 hours

Price $69.00

OBJECTIVES

  • Define “culturally sensitive health care”
  • List at least one example of a trait of a healthy workplace
  • Provide one example of how accountability is important with feeding plans in the NICU
  • List at least one example of a component of effective teamwork
  • List at least one example of an effective communication strategy to help with implementation of feeding plans
TUESDAY, August 17, 2021  1:00 pm to 3:00 pm   (Times listed are for Mountain Time = GMT -7)

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** To ensure Learners successfully achieve the Learning Outcomes above and to satisfy the completion requirements and continuing education credits, all attendees are expected to attend the course in its entirety.  Attendance will be verified using a timed record of their log-in to the site.  Additionally, all attendees are required complete a course evaluation to receive their certificate of completion.

Presented by: Dr. Erin Ross: Internationally recognized Infant Feeding Specialist, Speech Pathologist, and creator of SOFFI®, Supporting Oral Feeding in Fragile Infants in the NICU and presenter for Toomey & Associates, Inc.

Intended Audience: Speech Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Registered Dietitians, Special Education Teachers, Psychologists, Physical Therapists, Early Intervention Specialists, Nurses, Physicians, and Mental Health Workers. Note: Training conferences are available for professionals only.

Course Level: This course is an intermediate level course: Information is geared to practitioners with a general working knowledge of current practice trends and literature related to the subject matter. Focus is on increasing understanding and competent application of the subject matter. Prerequisite – None

Content Disclosure: The course content is focused on the SOFFI® Method and there will be limited or no information provided about similar products or services.

Speaker Financial Disclosures: Dr. Erin Ross is a paid consultant for Nestec Ltd and Intertek, and is a paid speaker for Toomey and Associates.  She owns intellectual property as the principal owner of Feeding Fundamentals, LLC., and created and receives a salary as compensation for SOFFI®.

Speaker Non-financial Disclosures:  Dr. Ross is also the Chair of the Advocacy Pillar of Feeding Matters, which is a voluntary position.

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Description

Every workplace has a culture, and the Newborn intensive care unit is no different. Staffing is multidisciplinary which brings perspectives that often differ.  To be successful, we need the ability to be responsive to the attitudes and feelings of our colleagues.  Effective communication improves patient outcomes as well as staff satisfaction. And yet communication is often hampered in this acute setting by limited time as well as the diverse backgrounds of the disciplines.  This webinar helps the participant understand work cultures and what contributes to healthy work environments.  Specific strategies for creating healthy work environments and improve effectiveness of feeding plans will also be shared.  Experiences are shared to help the participant apply these concepts to their daily work life.  Commonly asked questions are addressed, such as 1) how do I get people to follow feeding plans; 2) How do I get people to respect what I do as a therapist; 3) How do I as a staff nurse effectively communicate with my team members so that they listen to me?

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