During this partnership between Phi Mu Chapter of Sigma and The Student Nurse Project, I’d like to share with everyone President Tigges’ Call to Action: Connect, Collaborate and Catalyse. These link so beautifully with some of the NHS Horizons 30-day challenges and with this partnership in which we plan to host a series of tweet chats, to explore and discuss the wider implications of these topics!
This second tweetchat will link with the senior nurse and midwife challenge of having conversations with every nursing and midwifery team. The title of the chat is ‘Collaboration as an Essential Leadership Skill,’ and aims to recognise that in order to advance world health and celebrate excellence in nursing, we must be collaborative in our work. This can enhance innovation, solve complex issues and allow us to be more successful in environments that are challenging. We will be thinking about skills for collaborative practice and reflecting on collaboration you have undertaken.
Date: 7th November
Resources: Lessons on leadership: Cooperation and collaboration for the greater good https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbescoachescouncil/2018/05/29/lessons-on-leadership-cooperation-and-collaboration-for-the-greater-good/#a44090260874
The importance of collaboration https://www.nursingtimes.net/home/your-nursing-career/the-importance-of-collaboration/7024113.article
Inter-professional collaborative practice in healthcare: Getting prepared, preparing to succeed https://www.elsevier.com/__data/assets/pdf_file/0018/184050/Elsevier-Collaborative-Care-White-Paper-Final_June-2016.pdf
You can prepare now for this tweetchat by following @phimuchapter @SigmaNursing @StNurseProject @PUNC16Felicity and for members of Sigma Nursing Society, through adding a Sigma Twibbon to your profile: https://twibbon.com/support/sigma-nursing Remember, it’s about connection, so reach out if you need help! And remember the hashtags #STTI #FutureNursing #StNProject
Written by Felicity Allman @PUNC16Felicity
*The Student Nurse Project is not a part of the Sigma Nursing Association.