On-Demand Webinar:

Hospice Nurses Speak: How to Attract Us, Keep Us, Or Lose Us

Presented by Shelley Henry, RN, CPHRM, CHPN – President – The Amity Group

Hospice Nurses Speak: How to Attract Us, Keep Us, Or Lose Us

Speaker: Shelley Henry, RN, CPHRM, CHPN

Moderator: Catherine Dehlin, RN, BSN, CHPN, CHCM, COQS

Description: Learn how to build a strong, stable staffing base and solidify positive patient outcomes and experiences at your hospice agency.

Shelley Henry, RN, CPHRM, CHPN conducted a survey of hospice field nurses across the nation to determine what matters most to them. Where/why are they struggling? Which changes would improve their job satisfaction? The purpose of this survey was to provide a platform for hospice nurses to share their opinions on what they want and need.

The survey’s results can help hospice agencies attract new nurses, retain the good nurses they already have, and reduce expensive turnover. The Amity Group used its insights to develop real solutions for the hospice nurse staffing crisis.

The topics covered include nurse’s opinions in the areas of: documentation, care planning, record keeping, why they stay in their current position, what they look for in a new position, work-life balance and areas they wanted to see changed.

Speaker Bio: Shelley Henry, RN, CPHRM, CHPN is a registered nurse with over thirty years of experience. She has dedicated the last twenty years to working in hospice, holding positions from field nurse, to DON, to Administrator, to Regional Director of Operations over multiple states, to Director of Quality for a large hospice company, and to Vice-President of Corporate Compliance for another large hospice company. Five years ago, concerned by the changing hospice landscape and the dwindling pool of hospice nurses, Shelley decided to start a company with the goal of bringing hospice nurses back to the field and preserving the art of hospice nursing. Her company, The Amity Group, creates solutions for some of the most challenging areas faced by hospice agencies and hospice nurses.

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