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Cook Children's Nursing Annual Report 2013

Nursing practice that is beyond elemental. A message from Cook Children's Vice President of Nursing and Chief Nursing Officer –Paula J. Webb, DNP, RN, NEA-BC.

Magnet Recognition Program®

Cook Children's Medical Center ranks in the top 7 percent of hospitals nationally recognized for nursing excellence through the Magnet Recognition ProgramCook Children's Medical Center ranks in the top 7 percent of hospitals nationally recognized for nursing excellence through the Magnet Recognition Program. As a two time magnet recipient (2006 and 2011), these high standards have become part of the nursing culture at Cook Children's. Our nursing staff is committed to demonstrating the five elements of Magnet: transformational leadership, structural empowerment, exemplary professional practice, new knowledge, innovations and improvements and empirical quality outcomes. These model components of Magnet guide us in providing exceptional care to our young patients.

Nursing Annual Report sections:

Introduction Introduction
A message from Cook Children's Vice President of Nursing and Chief Nursing Officer –Paula J. Webb, DNP, RN, NEA-BC.

Transformational LeadershipTransformational Leadership
Inspiring a culture of strategic planning, leadership development and innovative practices. Click here for more information.

Structural Empowerment Structural Empowerment
Fostering professional growth and development to build a stronger future of patient and family care. Click here for more information.

Exemplary Professional Practice Exemplary Professional Practice
Integrating nursing practice and collaboration throughout the organization to achieve a culture of safety, quality monitoring and quality improvement. Click here for more information.

New Knowledge, Innovation and Improvements New Knowledge, Innovation and Improvements
Integrating evidence-based practice and research into clinical and operational processes. Click here for more information.

Empirical Outcomes Empirical Outcomes
Outcomes are dynamic and define areas of both improved performance and those requiring additional effort to achieve improvement. Click here for more information.

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