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Shared Governance supports the principles of decentralized decision making, shared accountability and partnerships among the entire healthcare team to deliver exceptional patient, care and family experience, improve quality of care and improve the engagement and experience of health care professionals.
“Shared Governance makes me a better nurse, gives me a broad picture, and allows me to have a voice in the organizational decisions that directly affect my practice.” Jane Garry, BSN, RN II, CPN, RNC-CPN, FY14 Nursing Profession Coordinating Council Chair
Hear more testimonials from our nurses in the following video:
The Interprofessional Practice Model (IPM) is the framework through which nurses at Cincinnati Children’s demonstrate ownership of their practice. The IPM describes the principles and expectations through which nurses and other interprofessional members engage in team-based care at Cincinnati Children’s. Nurses at Cincinnati Children’s believe that optimal outcomes are achieved when intra-and/or interprofessional colleagues consistently engage in practice behaviors that are directed at: safety, professionalism, best practice, collaborative relationships, comprehensive coordinated care, and innovation and research. The IPM is consistent with these beliefs in that it supports having a shared commitment to and language for intra and interprofessional engagement. The foundation of each tenet of this model is rooted in our partnership with patients, families and each other. Further, the model illustrates the interconnectedness among the tenets and their collective relationship to the achievement of optimal patient/family outcomes.
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