Workshops and Tours
Friday, 15 November 2013
1:00-5:00 p.m. (1300-1700)
Creating a Culture of Civility: Awareness to Action
Co-Sponsored by Sigma Theta Tau International and the Omicron Delta Chapter at the University of Phoenix
Does it seem like everyone is grumpy, angry or short-tempered these days? Have you ever noticed how one person's bad attitude can get carried into the work environment and infect everyone's attitude? Have you witnessed workplace bullying or been silenced by an incident you know negatively impacted patient or student outcomes or even nurse retention? Is incivility really contagious? If so, are there ways against workplace bullying in order to protect ourselves, our team and our patients? The answer is, YES! This will be a highly interactive session where we will examine the challenges and strategies for creating a culture of learning and civility within nursing and nursing education. Together we will explore the emotional, financial, and quality impact of incivility and workplace bullying. We will examine the similarities and differences between the three roles that contribute to the continuation of workplace bullying: the victims, perpetrators and silent witnesses. Participants will have an opportunity to gain awareness related to their own triggers and practice techniques for holding authentic adult-to-adult conversations to increase accountability for reducing workplace bullying within teams. By the end of the session, participants will have at least three actions steps to immediately apply on the first day they return to work to reduce workplace bullying.
Professional Facility Tours
Saturday, 16 November
There is still time to reserve your spot for a facility tour!
Choose to visit one of the area facilities. Select one tour option on your registration form to take part in viewing options available in and around the Indianapolis area.
Visit the Hill-Rom International Headquarters in Batesville, Indiana, on Saturday, 16 November. Hill-Rom is a leading worldwide manufacturer and provider of medical technologies and related services for the health care industry. Participation is limited.
- Fairbanks Hall Simulation Center
The Interdisciplinary Simulation Center at Fairbanks Hall focuses on real-life readiness to give students and medical professionals’ hands-on, simulation-based training in an advanced facility that replicates current hospital unit design. Participation is limited.
- Ball State University School of Nursing Simulation and Information Technology Center
Volunteers will be present to answer questions and demonstrate redesigning clinical learning across the curriculum through simulation and practice, multidimensional simulations incorporating a wide array of high-fidelity manikins ranging from newborn to adult, virtual environments and a volunteer client program, use of a range of technologies including video recording, videoconferencing, telemedicine, electronic health records, audience response systems, and academic-practice partnerships.
- IU Health Methodist Hospital
Methodist Hospital of Indianapolis is part of Indiana University Health. It is the largest hospital in the state of Indiana and one of only two regional Level I Trauma Centers in the state. It has 802-staffed beds and is one of the largest teaching hospitals in the area. Participation is limited.
- Sigma Theta Tau International Headquarters
Visit the building that nurses built and hear about the history of the organization as well as have an opportunity to visit with staff to learn more about the products and services offered. Participation is limited.
Tour tickets are available for purchase, where applicable, as part of your online registration. Choose your tour opportunity when you register. Save your spot by signing up on your online registration form. If space is still available, attendees may sign up at convention in the STTI registration area.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 888.634.7575 (U.S./Canada toll free) or +1.317.634.8171 (International).