Nurses play a central role in successful inpatient glycemic management programs. Overseeing the care of all patients on a 24-hour basis, nurses are essential to coordinating the elements of glycemic control and have the opportunity to intervene and help better manage hyperglycemia, while avoiding hypoglycemia.
During this webinar, Dr. Jane Jeffrie Seley, Program Manager of the Inpatient Glycemic Control Program at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medicine, presents on the pivotal role of nurses in continuum of inpatient diabetes care and best practices to engage your nursing staff in your glycemic management program. Following the presentation, Dr. Seley is joined by Travis Scott, Nurse Educator at Oregon Health & Science University and Monarch’s EVP and Chief Clinical Officer, Laurel Fuqua, for a panel discussion sharing experiences and successful examples of improving engagement, care coordination, and staff education to optimize diabetes care and improve outcomes.
- Recognize the elements of effective glycemic management that require nursing coordination of care
- Identify strategies to improve nursing workflow and care coordination
- Understand how the use of technology such as EndoTool can support nurses and take away strategies to optimize the system
- Discern best practices to enhance nursing education in glycemic management strategies
Jane Jeffrie Seley, DNP, MSN, MPH, GNP, RN, BC-ADM, CDE, CDTC, FAADE, FAAN
Program Manager & Nurse Practitioner, Inpatient Glycemic Control Program
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medicine
Travis Scott, BSN, RN
Oregon Health & Sciences University
Laurel Fuqua, RN, MSN
EVP & Chief Clinical Officer
Monarch Medical Technologies