17th Annual Neonatal & Pediatric Airborne Transport Conference
I Survived the Transport, but Will I Survive my Partner?
Presented at the Neonatal & Pediatric Airborne Transport Conference 2019
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Evaluate the Presentation Style and Content -- I Survived the Transport, but Will I Survive my Partner?
-- Kirsten Johnson-Moore, DPN, RN
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The content was clear and easy to follow
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Evaluation of Objectives -- Rate how well the presentation met the following learning objectives.
List at least two critical events (on transport or in the unit) that may cause unusually strong emotional reactions
Describe the characteristics of a high-level performer and give one example of how to improve the performance of middle and low performers
Identify at least one component of a "Crucial Conversation" and describe how it applies to your current role at work
Discuss one way that you can create a working environment that supports teamwork and mutual respect among all colleagues
List one new thing you learned in this lecture:
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