Mary Ellen Smith Glasgow, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC

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Mary Ellen Smith Glasgow, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC
MaryEllenSmithGlasgow,PhD,RN,ACNS‐BC
Professor&AssociateDeanforNursing,Undergraduate
HealthProfessions,&ContinuingNursingEducation
RobertWoodJohnsonExecutiveNurseFellow
The Institute of Medicine Report on the Future of Nursing:
Leading Change, Advancing Health
Nursesshouldpracticetothefullextentof
theireducationandtraining
 Nursesshouldachievehigherlevelsof
education
 Nursesshouldbefullpartnerswith
physiciansandotherhealthcare
professionals
 Effectiveworkforceplanningandpolicy
requirebetterdatacollection

Discussion of Key Points of the IOM Report
Increasethepercentageofnurseswhoattaina
bachelor’sdegreeto80%by2020anddouble
thenumberwhopursuedoctorates
 Nursesalsoshouldbeeducatedwithphysicians
andotherhealthprofessionalsbothasstudents
andthroughouttheircareersinlifelonglearning
opportunities
 Designandimplementearlyandcontinuous
inter‐professionalcollaborationthroughjoint
classroomandclinicaltrainingopportunities
 ImplementNurseResidencyProgramsto
managethetransitionfromschooltopractice

Educating Professional Nurses for Tomorrow’s Complex Clinical Environment & Emerging Demographics: Enhancing Safety & Inter‐Professional Communication
ThisprojectentailstherevisionofDrexel
University’snursingcurriculumtoinclude
substantivecontentonenhancingsafety,improving
inter‐professionalcommunication,andreflecting
someoftheToyotaProductionSystemSafety(TPS)
Principles.
Goals
ReviseDrexelUniversity’snursingcurriculuminorderto
enhancesafety,improvesinter‐professionalcommunication;
andreflectselectedToyotaProductionSystemSafetyPrinciples
 CreateFailuretoRescueTheory/SimulationScenariosand
Inter‐ProfessionalCommunicationTheory/Simulation
ScenariosforuseintheUndergraduateNursingCurriculumto
enhancepatientsafety
 Incorporatecomplexsafetysimulationscenariosinasenior
capstonecourse,inwhichstudentsmustdemonstratesafety
competenceinordertosuccessfullypassthecourse
 ImplementaMedicationAdministrationSafetySystemusing
SmartFabricArmbandPrototypesandChecklistsintheclinical
areatodecreaseinterruptionwhenstudentsareadministering
medications

The Power of Simulation in Teaching Quality and Safety Principles
Inter‐Professional Education Scenarios
Simulation Scenarios
 Outpatient(StandardizedPatients)
3Scenariosin10rooms
2emergentgyn history
2gravidhistory
3givingbadnews
 Inpatient(StandardizedPatients/High
FidelityPatientSimulation)
2ScenarioRooms
1Ectopic(code)
1DeliveryandNeonatalCare
The Power of Debriefing
Failure to Rescue Scenarios
Toyota Production System

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