FAHQ is pleased to participate in the national multi-state Healthcare Quality Collective. FAHQ members and members of the Arizona (AzAHQ), Georgia (GAHQ), Michigan (MAHQ), New England (NEAHQ), North Carolina (NCAHQ), Ohio (OAHQ), or Oregon (OrAHQ) associations, attend these webinars FREE! These are live webinars listed below as “Healthcare Quality Collective.”
Not a FAHQ member? JOIN OR RENEW FAHQ MEMBERSHIP and register for free.
Critical Appraisal of Inpatient Fall and Injury Prevention Programs: How is your organization doing?
Cassandra Vonnes DNP, GNP-BC, APRN, AOCNP, CPHQ, FAHA
Geriatric Oncology NICHE Coordinator
H. Lee Moffitt Research Institute and Cancer Center
Dr. Vonnes attended the University of South Florida for her BS, MS, and DNP. Her 28-year NP experiences include acute care and outpatient services of internal medicine and cardiovascular medicine and was inducted as a Fellow of the American Heart Association for her contributions. She has taught clinical and didactic at the USF College of Nursing. She sits on the national Nurse Leadership Board for AARP and was recently appointed to the State of Florida Elder Affairs. Under Dr. Vonnes leadership Moffitt Cancer Center was the first hospital in Florida to be recognized by the IHI as Committed to Care Excellence for the Older Adult. She is the host of the podcast of the national Gerontological Advanced Practice Nurses Association, GAPNA CHAT, highlighting clinical and policy issues related to the care of older adults. Dr. Vonnes has published and presented both nationally and internationally on Fall and Injury prevention, delirium, and geriatric assessment. The expectation to deliver care in the current complex environment, Doreen brings multiple perspectives and expertise to various projects that helps move the quality of healthcare forward.
1.0 hr CE completion will be posted to CE Broker for Florida Board of Nursing, Florida Board of Respiratory Care, Florida Council of Dietetics and Nutrition, and Florida Council of Licensed Nurse Midwifery. This activity/program has approved by NAHQ® for 1.0 hr of CPHQ CE credit.
Following the current evidence to evaluate how your program addresses screening, intervention, communication, and documentation. Intrinsic and extrinsic elements associated with falls and fall related injuries will be included in the presentation. This gap analysis will support future goals for educational and risk strategies into the next year.
Objectives: Participants will be able to:
Human Factors & Patient Safety
Susanne Meninger, MS, RN, CPPS, CIC
Susanne has Pediatric and Infection Prevention experience as well as broad competency in Human Factors, Information technology, Teamwork, Patient Safety, Evidence-Based Management, Behavior Change and Creative Writing. She currently works in Infection Prevention and Quality & Patient Safety. Susanne recently became involved in nurse entrepreneurship placing 2nd in the first Northeastern University Nurse Innovation Hackathon. Susanne holds a BS in Nursing, a MS in Industrial Organizational Psychology, a graduate
certificate in Patient Safety, Error Science and Full Disclosure from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and certifications in Infection Prevention and Patient Safety.
Approved by NAHQ® for 1.0 hour of CPHQ CE credits.
Click here NEAHQ December 2022 Webinar for more information and to register. Free for FAHQ members and all Healthcare Quality Collective members. FAHQ members should contact FAHQ Webinar Team for promotional code to be used when registering.
Navigating Planned and Unplanned VIRTUAL Accreditation and Regulatory Surveys
Khallh Fisher-Grace, PhD, MSN, RN, CPHQ, PCCN-K
Khaliah Fisher-Grace is the System Director of Accreditation for the University Hospitals Health System. In her previous role she served as the Principal Advisor of Accreditation and University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio, and was responsible for leading the hospital’s accreditation and regulatory activities.
Jennifer Gonzalez, MSN, RN, APRN, AGCNS-BC
Jennifer Gonzalez is a Clinical Nurse Specialist for University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio. Jennifer is currently functioning in the Magnet Program Director role where she is responsible for creating programs and processes to achieve Nursing Excellence.
Application made for pre-approval by NAHQ® for 1.0 hour of CPHQ CE credits.
Click here OAHQ December 2022 Webinar for more information and to register. Free for FAHQ members and all Healthcare Quality Collective members.
Criminalizing Medication Errors: Protecting Your Reporting Systems
Maryann Shafou, CNO
Linda Weirauch, MDQM
Come prepared for a robust discussion about litigation and convictions related to medical errors. Their presentation will also discuss Just Culture and how attendees can assess their own culture for reporting. Maryann and Linda will also share tools and processes that attendees can utilize in their own organizations to educate and improve confidence in the reporting process, all with the ultimate goal of improving patient safety and outcomes.
Submitted for pre-approval to NAHQ® for 2.0 hours of CPHQ CE credits.
More information and registration link to be posted soon. Free for FAHQ members and all Healthcare Quality Collective members.
If you have suggestions for webinar topics or speakers, please contact the FAHQ Professional Development Team.
FAHQ is offering the six presentations from the 2021 Virtual Annual Conference as individual recorded webinars. Each offers 1.0 hour Florida Nursing CE and 1.0 hour applicable for CPHQ recertification. The recorded webinars will be available for registration until December 1, 2022, and must be completed by December 15, 2022.
Disclaimer: If you received CE credit for these presentations by attending the 2021 FAHQ Virtual Conference, CE will not apply in 2022 unless you are in a new licensure and/or certification cycle.
For more information on the individual webinars and speaker qualifications, go to FAHQ Recorded Webinar Sessions / Faculty.
Individual webinar registration fees are:
$15.00 for FAHQ Members
$25.00 for Non-Members