Past Event: 2018 NCSBN APRN Roundtable

Event Presentations

Watch The Role of the RN and APRN in Diagnosis Video

The Role of the RN and APRN in Diagnosis

Presented by
Mark Graber, MD, Senior Fellow, RTI International, President, Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine
Length
52:52
Watch Researching Diagnostic Error in Medicine: Concepts, Lessons and Tools Video

Researching Diagnostic Error in Medicine: Concepts, Lessons and Tools

Presented by
Gordy Schiff, MD, Associate Director, Brigham and Women’s Center for Patient Safety Research and Practice; Associate Professor, Medicine at Harvard Medical School; Quality and Safety Director, Harvard Medical School Center for Primary Care
Length
1:06:13
Watch Framework for Nursing Participation in Diagnosis Video

Framework for Nursing Participation in Diagnosis

Presented by
Julie Considine, PhD, RN, Chair in Nursing, Eastern Health
Length
23:31
Watch Balancing Diagnosis Error and Conservative Care: Principles of Conservative Diagnosis  Video

Balancing Diagnosis Error and Conservative Care: Principles of Conservative Diagnosis

Presented by
Gordy Schiff, MD, Associate Director, Brigham and Women’s Center for Patient Safety Research and Practice; Associate Professor, Medicine at Harvard Medical School; Quality and Safety Director, Harvard Medical School Center for Primary Care
Length
1:06:44
Watch Cowgirl Up! Wyoming's Change Model for APRN Practice Alignment Video

Cowgirl Up! Wyoming's Change Model for APRN Practice Alignment

Presented by
Jennifer Burns MSN, RN, NE-BC, PHNA-BC, Practice and Education Consultant, Wyoming State Board of Nursing
Length
53:26

Event Description

The NCSBN APRN Roundtable: APRNs Work to Improve Diagnosis is an opportunity for advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) stakeholders to discuss common issues/concerns regarding APRNs.

OBJECTIVES
1. Explain how the new diagnostic team and how it will affect diagnostic error.
2. Describe how diagnostic tools can reduce error and the ways in which they may be of value to APRNs.
3. Elaborate on the challenges of making an accurate and timely diagnosis in a primary care setting.
4. Suggest the possible roles for nurses and APRNs on influencing diagnostic error.
5. Describe the changes that might enhance teaching of diagnosis in the APRN curriculum.

When
April 2018
Where
Rosemont, IL
Topic
Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs)
Audience
Board Members, Board Staff, Consumer Groups, Executive Officers, Health Care Organizations, Policy Makers
Knowledge Network
Advanced Practice