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TL6 ExA Advocate BroMenn Medical Center 1 Transformational Leadership ADVOCACY & INFLUENCE TL6 The CNO advocates for organizational support of ongoing leadership development for all nurses, with a focus on mentoring and succession planning. Example A: Provide one example, with supporting evidence, of mentoring or succession planning for clinical nurses. Succession Planning for Clinical Nurses At Advocate BroMenn Medical Center (ABMC), succession planning is of key importance to Laurie Round, MS, BSN, RN, NEA-BC, Vice President of Patient Services and Chief Nursing Executive (CNE). In order to ensure that transformational leadership is sustained throughout the organization, focused and intentional growth and development opportunities are cultivated at all levels. Because of the value on succession planning, vital strategies of recruitment, retention, identification of talent within the organization, leadership development, coaching, and mentoring are woven into the culture of ABMC. As clinical nurses continue to grow professionally and assume leadership and advanced practice roles, ABMC needs to be able to replace them. Unlike many counterparts in more urban areas, ABMC does not have a wealth of unemployed nurses in search of new opportunities in the central Illinois area. Therefore, succession planning for clinical nurses at ABMC starts with ensuring the recruitment of talented new nurses. There are several nursing schools in the local community, but many nursing students will return to their hometown areas after completing their training. In order to prepare future generations of nurses and nurse leaders at ABMC, it is imperative to develop students from local nursing schools and attract them to the culture of excellence at ABMC so they will remain in central Illinois as nurses at ABMC. A multi-pronged approach is used, which includes the establishment of collaborative relationships with local colleges and universities, the provision of excellent on-site clinical experiences, use of a summer internship program, and the offering of nursing student informational sessions. ABMC is fortunate to have academic partnerships with three schools of nursing in Bloomington/Normal, Illinois, including Mennonite College of Nursing (MCN) at Illinois State University, Illinois Wesleyan University, and Heartland Community College. Relationships with these academic settings are built in a number of ways, including the provision of a “beginning of the school year brunch”, hosted by Laurie, for the Deans of Nursing, nursing faculty, and nursing leadership at ABMC (Exhibit TL6.A.1 Email Communication from MCN). Laurie also connects with clinical faculty throughout the school year to collaborate and listen to their perspectives. Traditional on-site clinical experiences for nursing students are augmented by various experiences offered for students to learn about and observe the work of nurses in the Quality Resource Management program. Similarly, Laurie meets personally with nursing students during their senior leadership rotation and allows them to job shadow

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TL6 ExA Advocate BroMenn Medical Center 1

Transformational Leadership ADVOCACY & INFLUENCE

TL6 – The CNO advocates for organizational support of ongoing leadership development for all nurses, with a focus on mentoring and succession planning.

Example A: Provide one example, with supporting evidence, of mentoring or succession planning for clinical nurses.

Succession Planning for Clinical Nurses

At Advocate BroMenn Medical Center (ABMC), succession planning is of key importance to Laurie Round, MS, BSN, RN, NEA-BC, Vice President of Patient Services and Chief Nursing Executive (CNE). In order to ensure that transformational leadership is sustained throughout the organization, focused and intentional growth and development opportunities are cultivated at all levels. Because of the value on succession planning, vital strategies of recruitment, retention, identification of talent within the organization, leadership development, coaching, and mentoring are woven into the culture of ABMC. As clinical nurses continue to grow professionally and assume leadership and advanced practice roles, ABMC needs to be able to replace them. Unlike many counterparts in more urban areas, ABMC does not have a wealth of unemployed nurses in search of new opportunities in the central Illinois area. Therefore, succession planning for clinical nurses at ABMC starts with ensuring the recruitment of talented new nurses. There are several nursing schools in the local community, but many nursing students will return to their hometown areas after completing their training. In order to prepare future generations of nurses and nurse leaders at ABMC, it is imperative to develop students from local nursing schools and attract them to the culture of excellence at ABMC so they will remain in central Illinois as nurses at ABMC. A multi-pronged approach is used, which includes the establishment of collaborative relationships with local colleges and universities, the provision of excellent on-site clinical experiences, use of a summer internship program, and the offering of nursing student informational sessions.

ABMC is fortunate to have academic partnerships with three schools of nursing in Bloomington/Normal, Illinois, including Mennonite College of Nursing (MCN) at Illinois State University, Illinois Wesleyan University, and Heartland Community College. Relationships with these academic settings are built in a number of ways, including the provision of a “beginning of the school year brunch”, hosted by Laurie, for the Deans of Nursing, nursing faculty, and nursing leadership at ABMC (Exhibit TL6.A.1 Email Communication from MCN). Laurie also connects with clinical faculty throughout the school year to collaborate and listen to their perspectives.

Traditional on-site clinical experiences for nursing students are augmented by various experiences offered for students to learn about and observe the work of nurses in the Quality Resource Management program. Similarly, Laurie meets personally with nursing students during their senior leadership rotation and allows them to job shadow

TL6 ExA Advocate BroMenn Medical Center 2

with her. These opportunities introduce students to a range of career opportunities, both clinical and non-clinical, that are available at ABMC. These opportunities also benefit the students and the organization through the exchange of ideas and perspectives that occur.

ABMC also offers a paid summer internship program for qualified candidates who have completed their junior year of nursing education. The goal of this program is to provide exceptional students an opportunity to gain additional clinical experience throughout the summer months. Each intern is paired with a clinical nurse coach who supports their growth in gaining critical thinking skills and navigating the complex care of patients in their area of interest. The feedback from interns has been extremely positive. At the end of the internship, a celebration is held with the interns, their coaches and nurse leaders throughout the medical center. Many of the interns continue employment within nursing at ABMC during their last academic year, further increasing their potential for employment as clinical nurses at ABMC upon graduation (Exhibit TL6.A.2 Intern Presentation, August 2015).

In addition, ABMC hosts a variety of informational sessions for nursing students to find out more about nursing at ABMC, to learn about interviewing skills, and to give them an opportunity to ask questions. Clinical nurses at ABMC who completed their nursing education at one of the local universities or colleges participate in these sessions to give their perspective, tour students in areas of interest, and build relationships, both as alumni and as future colleagues (Exhibit TL6.A.3 Collaborative Communication).

Succession planning must include positive, collaborative experiences for nursing students at every opportunity, whether it be well-rounded clinical rotations, internships, or informational sessions. As the nursing workforce ages, new graduate nurses become the medical center’s future nursing workforce pipeline.

CNO Advocacy

Laurie is a strong advocate for nursing students, the future nursing workforce at ABMC. As a transformational leader, Laurie exhibits intellectual stimulation and idealized influence by fostering relationships and providing multiple opportunities for visioning and collaborative discussions between the leaders, faculty, and students within local nursing programs and ABMC (Exhibit TL6.A.4 IWU’s Redesign of School of Nursing). She displays intellectual stimulation in her support of ABMC’s internship and recruitment opportunities, which provide nursing students with an extraordinary experience and valuable insight into the profession of nursing and the culture of ABMC (Exhibit TL6.A.5 Speaking with MCN Students). Laurie exhibits individualized consideration and inspirational motivation through personal interaction with the students to help them understand nursing’s role within the changing healthcare system. She shares her optimism for the future of nursing and challenges them to reach their full potential and achieve the best health outcomes.

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Exhibit TL6.A.1 Advocate BroMenn Medical Center 1

Exhibit TL6.A.1 From: Round, Laurie Sent: Wednesday, August 19, 2015 4:40 PM To: Mccartney, Todd Subject: RE: MCN med/surg students

This is wonderful Todd!

From: Mccartney, Todd Sent: Friday, August 14, 2015 10:49 AM To: Stenger, Deborah; Vercler, Sonia Cc: [email protected]; Bartley, Trayce; Round, Laurie Subject: RE: MCN med/surg students

We look forward to providing your students with a memorable and exciting opportunity in our perioperative department. Please call me if you need anything whatsoever.

Cheers,

Todd McCartney OR Manager Advocate Bromenn Medical Center (309)268-2473

From: Stenger, Deborah [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Friday, August 14, 2015 10:45 AM To: Mccartney, Todd; Vercler, Sonia Cc: [email protected] Subject: MCN med/surg students

Dear Todd, I was great to speak with you this am at the faculty breakfast at Advocate. It was a great networking

event and I greatly appreciated it. I will be teaching two clinical med/surg Adult 2 sections this fall on Monday and Wed. In the past a

student in Adult 2 would be scheduled for one observation day starting in SDS and following thru to OR and possibly PACU. I would like to once again have the students this fall have this observation experience

if possible. I have attached a draft of the student schedule for Monday and Wed. clinical groups

designating the OR observation day by using SDS on the schedules. I would only send one student per day. The student will be responsible to write a paper of this observation using the attached guidelines.

Thanks so much for your willingness to work with these students . I know they gain much from this observation experience. I look forward to hearing from you.

Deb

Deb Stenger MSN, RN, CNL Instructional Assistant Professor

Mennonite College of Nursing Illinois State University

Phone (309) 438-2576 cell (309) 826-0332

E-mail: [email protected]

Student Intern Program

2015

Exhibit TL6.A.2ABMC

Successful graduates of the Internship Program.

What have they done?

They have come here to work! Ellizabeth Leggett

Keri Newlin Tucker

Kristin Anderson Peterson

Shauna Bivens

Emily Quain Schieler

Kelli VanEtten Gordon

Jamie Quiram

Jayne Johnson

Rita Zimmerman McQuinn

Larae Wagener Jackson

Cheryl Coleman Nafziger

Shannon Callpus Rader

Natalie Baker Leman

Heidi Roesch Castleman

Cora Bennett

Matthew Carr

Jessica Jordan Noland

Stephanie Wilson Fuller

Jaycie Roop

Sunita Thomas Krugger

Michelle Brown Green

Jessica Conroy Stokowski

Kaylee Harrell Kelly

Trudy Vogel

Kat Robinson

Angela Sutter Harrison

Jamie Garrett

Kate Wasmer Johnson

Kristen Lee

Katy Koritz

Ashley Dammerman

Maggie Schrenk

Megan Edwards

Katy Northcutt

Rachel Cox Koerner

Patricia Rice

Keith Cermak

Mark Jiron

Karen Marquis

Bridget McClusky

Jessica Pearson Olson

Hayley Punke Sax

Kelli Schmidgall

Robin Shaffer

Leah Vangoethem

Katherine Walker

Maureen Wilson

Beth Burnett

Shelli Fischer

Emyli Floyd Quain

Blessing Gatson

Beka Hertz Lavicka

Ashley Hodel

Trisha Holmes

Tara Jacoby

Samantha Kirkton

Nikki Miller

Elizabeth Rees

Kasie Wilkerson

Chenoweth

Katelyn Arnold Frost

Theresa Bailey

Melissa Donnan Reidy

Elizabeth Guth Madlem

Jen Hendricks Singley

Jena Malinowski

Allison Nissen

Amy Schwarting

O’Brien

Racheal Abraham

Emily Boote

Teresa Hogan

Michelle Jackson

Rachel Johnson

Krissa Kaisner

Angela Linklater

Maura McDonald

Amanda Potter

Kirchrofer

Katherine Reynolds

Joshua Roorda

Sarah Smithson

Congratulations

2015

New Graduate Nurses!

Emily, Sam, Rachel, Jerry, Justine

Meghan Alessi

Sarah Bethea Weber

Ashley Bronke Garriott

Sarah Church

Elizabeth Harper

Megan Hoffman

Megan Consalvo

Abby Hoekstra

Katie Lytel

Anna Meier Wolf

Eddie Boyer

Mandy Keneipp

Katie May

Susie Zobrist

Bailey Luyiga Shook

Rachel Schneider

Jerry Ademokoya

Emily Bollin

Samantha Correll

Justine Lee

Rachel Resler

They have fallen in love…

Eddie Boyer and Emily Jaster

Student Interns Summer 2011

Married 10/12/13

They are thriving here….

Nursing Excellence Awards

Kristin Peterson Intern 2000

Clinical Care 2004

Manager PCUStroke Coordinator

Rebekah Lavicka Intern 2007

Clinical Care 2013

Heart Failure RNHeart Failure Clinic

Joshua RoordaIntern 2009

Patient Advocacy 2013

Cath Lab RNCath Lab

Rachel Koerner CCU

Intern 2005Bridget McClusky CCU

Intern 2006Emyli Quain CVCU

Intern 2007

Elizabeth Madlem

Intern 2008

Jessica Olson MBU

Intern 2006

Beka Lavicka HF Clinic

Intern 2007

Joshua Roorda

Intern 2009

Allison Nissen

Intern 2008

And developing into leaders…

Coach Training Class March 3, 2015

Sarah (2009), Allison (2008), Lindsey, Abby (2011)

And still growing….

It’s time to introducethe class of 2015!

7 Interns at ABMC

1 Intern at AEH

5 Different Colleges

– Heartland Community College

– Illinois Wesleyan University

– Mennonite College of Nursing

at Illinois State University

– Saint Francis Medical Center

College of Nursing

– Saint Xavier University

Hometowns 3 Bloomington/Normal

1 Eureka

1 Fairbury

1 Forsyth

1 Heyworth

1 Hudson

Interesting facts about our interns…

Interesting facts…

1. Has a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration

Melanie

Interesting facts…

2. Participated in Guatemala Mission Trip

Luke

Interesting facts…

3. A NAIA National Pitcher of the Year, May 2014

Nicole

Interesting facts…

4. Flying out of St. Louis today on a family vacation!

Taylor

Interesting facts…

5. Married and has remodeled a home

Alyssa

Interesting facts…

6. Served in the military in Balad, Iraq in 2011

Katilyn

Interesting facts…

7. Has a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science

Ashley

Interesting facts…

8. On vacation in South Carolina!

Cami

The purpose of this program is to help

bridge the gap between nursing students’

classroom education and their hands-on

nursing experience.

Purpose of the Internship

Supported by the Mildred Sterling Education Fund

Teaching MethodsOrientation:Glucose, Phlebotomy

Cardiac Arrhythmia Interpretation

Central line dressing changes

Urethral catheterizations, Priming IVs

Observation/CE Days:June 12 Respiratory Distress, Chad

June 26 Neuro Update, Tori

July 10 Chest Tubes/Trach Care, Nancy

July 24 Laboratory Values, Donna

Teaching Methods

Organization

Communication

Prioritization

Planning for the day

How to be a team player

And the #1 response…

Time management!

Coaches and Clinical Experiences

• Providing direct nursing care under the supervision of

their assigned coach.

What have you learned from your coach that you will be able

to use in the upcoming school year?

We love our coaches!

Melanie AndersonMedical Oncology Specialty Unit

Illinois Wesleyan University

Coach

– Tracy Sondag

Experiences

– Fall prevention

– Comfort care

– End of life care

Observation Days

– ICU

– PCU

– CVCU

– L&D (Vaginal delivery)

Luke BachtoldEmergency Trauma Services

Mennonite College of Nursing, Illinois State University

Coach

– Emily Wall

Experiences

– CPR/Chest Compressions

– Bonnie & Clyde

– Traumas x2

Observation Days

– IV Therapist

– 6W

– ICU

– CNS

Nicole Nonnemacher6W Surgical/Ortho

Saint Xavier University

Coach

– Angie Harrison

Experiences

– Rapid Response

– Hoyer Lift

– OR • Total Hip

• Hysterectomy

• Cystectomy

Observation Days

– L&D (C-section, tubal)

– ICU

– W&O Nurse (VAC)

– IV Therapist

Taylor OrrCritical Care/Cardiovascular Care Unit

Mennonite College of Nursing, Illinois State University

Coach

– Courtney Yoder (ICU)

– Marie Smith (CVCU)

Experiences

– Rapid Response

– Open Heart

– Hypothermia Patient

Observation Days

– Cath Lab

– MOSU

– Diabetic Educator

– OR (Hernia Repair)

Alyssa PolenOperating Room

Heartland Community College

Coach

– Elizabeth Riddle

Experiences

– Hips & Knees

– Neurological Cases

– Traumas

Observation Days

– ER

– L&D

– Cardiology

– ICU (CPR in ER with ICU nurse)

Katilyn RameyProgressive Care Unit

Mennonite College of Nursing at Illinois State University

Coach

– Lindsey Kling

Experiences

– Sepsis

– Rapid Response

– Learned about Medications

Observation Days

– W&O Nurse (VAC)

– Cath Lab (Cardioversion)

– ER

– IV Therapist

Ashley SegerstromAEH ER and Inpatient Unit

Saint Francis Medical Center College of Nursing

Coaches

– Elizabeth Harper (ER)

– Linda Vierhout (IPU)

Experiences

– SVT

– Lab to do draws

– CPR in ER

Observation Days

– CVCU (MRI)

– ER

– L&D (C-section)

– Cath Lab this morning!

Cami WestfallMother/Baby, Nursery, L&D

Mennonite College of Nursing at Illinois State University

Coaches– Linda Baer

– Kelly Smith

Experiences– Vaginal births & C-sections

– Baby care

– Surrogate

Observation Day– 6W

– W&O Nurse

– QCC (Core Measures)

– ER

Internship: The key to success!

I love how willing to teach all of the nurses and doctors are. I have

learned a ton throughout this summer.

This program has given me a chance to see what nursing is really like.

I think the 12 hour shifts, caring for multiple patients at a time, having

patients for the duration of their stay, and interacting with staff are

experiences we don’t get as students. I now feel much more prepared.

So glad I got the opportunity to do this!

Where do you find excellent nurses and

the best patient care?

Congratulations, and best wishes!

Right here at Advocate Health Care!

Exhibit TL6.A.3 Advocate BroMenn Medical Center 1

Exhibit TL6.A.3 Collaborative Communication

From: Round, Laurie Sent: Monday, May 04, 2015 11:12 AM To: Kannaday, Colleen Subject: FW: Collaboration Regarding Students & Faculty

Colleen,

My idea to meet with the accelerated students at ISU was well received. In addition

there will be 11 traditional students as well as the 18 accelerated. Hopefully the majority

are local and would like to work at BroMenn. Laurie

From: Diller, Nancy [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Monday, May 04, 2015 10:58 AM To: Clemens, Dianne; Round, Laurie Cc: Boicken, Christine; Miller, Catherine; Ward, Jennifer Subject: RE: Collaboration Regarding Students & Faculty

I have just talked with Janet Hood and we have scheduled the meeting for June 8th at 3:30-4:30 located at Advocate BroMenn’s conference room 20. Administrators and faculty who are available are welcome to attend. I can attend this meeting and will email the students to reserve this date on their calendars. Let me know if there is anything else I need to do. Best, Nancy

From: Clemens, Dianne Sent: Friday, May 01, 2015 12:44 PM

To: '[email protected]'

Cc: Boicken, Christine; Diller, Nancy; Miller, Catherine; Ward, Jennifer Subject: RE: Collaboration Regarding Students & Faculty

Laurie, What a great idea for ABMC to have an event for our students graduating in August! Thank you!! Catherine is correct, we have 18 accelerated students and 11 traditional students who got “caught” in our Plan of Study change and will be completing this summer instead of needing to wait until NUR 327 Leadership clinical is taught in Spring, 2016. I know these 29 students will be thrilled to hear you are willing to talk with them and provide guidance and mentoring; these students felt somewhat “left out” when they were not included in the Chicago event.

Exhibit TL6.A.3 Advocate BroMenn Medical Center 2

I’m including on this email our undergraduate advisor, Nancy Diller, as she will be part of the process of communicating with the students. Chris Boicken, is my assistant, and will be a good contact for ABMC with the planning; Chris worked with John at Advocate Corporate with the March event.

Let us know what you are thinking; it is not too early to get a date set and the announcement out to students. Students have test week May 4-8 and will be off campus the follow week. The summer session begins May 18th and runs through August 7th. The earlier in the summer we can get this scheduled the better as students will be anxious to secure their plans. Please check your calendars and see what you think is best for your schedules. I’d suggest NOT having something Tuesday evening as students have a hybrid class on Tuesdays and therefore not always coming to B-N for classes; there are a couple of commuters who are interested in moving or working in B-N despite their current address. Mondays, Wednesdays or Thursdays would work the best; students would be available anytime after 5pm.

Let us know how to proceed! Again, this is very kind and will be well-received!! Best, Dianne

Dianne L. Clemens, RN, MSN Instructional Assistant Professor Assistant Dean for the Undergraduate Program Mennonite College of Nursing Illinois State University Box 5815 Normal, IL 61790-5815 Work: 309-438-2482 Cell: 309-287-1196

From: Miller, Catherine

Sent: Thursday, April 30, 2015 5:13 PM To: Clemens, Dianne

Cc: '[email protected]'; Boicken, Christine

Subject: Collaboration Regarding Students & Faculty

Dianne, I met with Laurie yesterday and we discussed two exciting ideas for the upcoming year. Laurie would like develop some sort of an opportunity to meet with the accelerated students who will be graduating in August (and this year we have about 11 other students who will be taking their last semester with the accelerated students). I asked Laurie to discuss with you and please involve me as

Exhibit TL6.A.3 Advocate BroMenn Medical Center 3

needed but the discussion was about having a time to talk about Advocate BroMenn opportunities, this might be on a much smaller scale something like the event up north – but in Bloomington-Normal.

Secondly, she is interested in developing an session similar to what we do at MMC in Springfield each year that includes updates, expectations, learning about the other College’s updates, meeting directors, just listening to what is going on. We were thinking something for August when faculty return and to include FT and PT faculty in Advocate BroMenn facilities.

If you need my assistance please let me know, thanks.

H. Catherine Miller, EdD, RN, CNE Interim Dean Mennonite College of Nursing 309 Edwards Hall Campus Box 5810 Normal, IL 61790-5810

Office: 309-438-2349 Dept: 309-438-7400 Fax: 309-438-2620 E-mail: [email protected]

Exhibit TL6.A.3 Advocate BroMenn Medical Center 4

From: Miller, Catherine [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Tuesday, June 09, 2015 11:20 AM To: Clemens, Dianne; Round, Laurie; Coletta, Tony Cc: Mallory, Caroline; Boicken, Christine Subject: RE: thank you for the great recruiting event last night

Laurie and Tony, Thank you so much for hosting the ISU-MCN students last night. The event was wonderful, our students and your staff nurses discussions were so deep and rich. Thank you for your continued support.

HCM

From: Clemens, Dianne

Sent: Tuesday, June 09, 2015 10:21 AM To: Round, Laurie; [email protected]

Cc: Miller, Catherine; Mallory, Caroline; Boicken, Christine Subject: thank you for the great recruiting event last night

Laurie and Tony, It was exactly what we had hoped for! The students were very pleased with the hospitality and valuable information provided last evening. Thank you! Your conversational style of presenting and your genuine interest in the students was well received. The gifts and dinner were much appreciated! We appreciate the kind words said about the quality of MCN students; we value our relationship with ADBRM and look forward to more journeys together!

We hope we can begin planning an event for the students graduating in May, 2016. Plans are underway to go to Chicago to Advocate corporate in November, 2015. Like last year, this really only focuses on the Chicagoland area. To focus on Advocate BroMenn, an event in mid-February, 2016, would be ideal before the students get too busy into their last semester.

We’d like to move the primary contact with these arrangements to my Administrative Assistant, Christine Boicken ([email protected]) as she coordinates the Chicago event and all other student events. For MCN, it is not too early to get a date on the calendar so we can let students know when they come back in August. Please let us know at your convenience who would be the person to coordinate the date, arrangements and communications with from ADBRM.

Dianne L. Clemens, RN, MSN Instructional Assistant Professor

Exhibit TL6.A.3 Advocate BroMenn Medical Center 5

Assistant Dean for the Undergraduate Program Mennonite College of Nursing Illinois State University Box 5815 Normal, IL 61790-5815 Work: 309-438-2482 Cell: 309-287-1196

Exhibit TL6.A.3 Advocate BroMenn Medical Center 6

Save the Date Advocate BroMenn and Mennonite College of

Nursing

Invite you to attend a very special event!

MCN Nursing Alumni/Student Connection Tuesday, February 9, 2016

5-7:00 p.m. Alumni Center, Room 118 1101 North Main Street Normal, IL 61761

Please plan to join Advocate BroMenn Leadership, Illinois State University Administration/Staff, and fellow alumni to connect and talk with current students about career opportunities after graduation. If you are interested in attending this event, contact Christine Boicken at [email protected] by February 1, 2016.

(If you need special accommodations to fully enjoy this event, please contact Christine Boicken and allow sufficient time to make arrangements.)

Dinner and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided.

(Students attending Alumni/Student event at Advocate Health Care, Downers Grove, IL 3/31/15)

-----Original Appointment----- From: Kaufmann, Nancy Sent: Wednesday, January 20, 2016 4:25 PM To: Kaufmann, Nancy; Round, Laurie; Kannaday, Colleen; [email protected] Subject: IWU's Redesign of School of Nursing When: Monday, February 08, 2016 10:00 AM-11:00 AM (UTC-06:00) Central Time (US & Canada). Where: Colleen Kannaday's Office

Laurie & Colleen to meet with Dick Folse, Victoria Folse, and Eric Jensen (ISU new president)

Regarding:We are writing to request a meeting with Colleen, Laurie Round, and other key members of your administrative team to

update you on the redesign and renovation of the School of Nursing facility at Illinois Wesleyan University. As you may

know, our institutions' collaborative relationship in nursing is a vital part of our shared history and we look to you to

cement that legacy within our renovated facility.

We have attached archival documents that outline our shared history and highlight a turning point in the nursing

profession. The Brokaw Hospital School of Nursing began in 1902. In 1923, a combined 5 year collegiate and

professional program began resulting in a Bachelor of Science degree from Illinois Wesleyan University and a Graduate

Nurse Diploma from Brokaw Hospital; ultimately the program was transferred from Brokaw Hospital to Illinois Wesleyan

as the Brokaw Collegiate School of Nursing at Illinois Wesleyan University and a four-year BSN program was sanctioned

in 1959.

Brokaw Hospital/IWU History: http://digitalcommons.iwu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1003&context=nursing_hist

Goldmark Report advocated university education for

nurses: http://www.rockefeller100.org/exhibits/show/education/nursing-education

Collectively, Brokaw Hospital and Illinois Wesleyan University advanced nursing education in our region to embrace

modern standards for care and professionalism - and we have continued to develop leaders in the nursing profession to this

day. We plan to move to the construction phase of the renovation in April of this year, so we would like to meet with you

in January or early February. Please let us know of your willingness to meet and availability.

Victoria Folse, PhD, APN

Director & Professor of the School of Nursing and Caroline F. Rupert Endowed Chair of Nursing

Illinois Wesleyan University

Dick Folse

Director of Grants and Foundation Relations

Illinois Wesleyan University

309-556-3058

Exhibit TL6.A.4 Advocate BroMenn Medical Center 1

Exhibit TL6.A.5 Advocate BroMenn Medical Center 1

Exhibit TL6.A.5 From: Stenger, Deborah [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Wednesday, October 22, 2014 12:08 PM To: Round, Laurie Cc: Hood, Janet Subject: RE: speaking with MCN students and a possible student to shadow

Thank-you Laurie. I so appreciate your openness to students. My clinical post conferences are normally scheduled from 2-3pm in conference room 10 or 11 every Monday and Friday from now until Nov. 10 so if you might have the time to stop by that would be great. Nick Perri is available on Wed. and Fridays from now until Nov. 14 for a 2-3 hour observation with you. Look forward to hearing from you and I will formalize with Nick if opportunity. Thank-you Deb

Deborah Stenger MSN,RN,CNL Instructional Assistant Professor Mennonite College of Nursing Illinois State University Phone (309) 438-2576 E-Mail: [email protected]

From: Round, Laurie [mailto:[email protected]]

Sent: Tuesday, October 21, 2014 1:30 PM

To: Stenger, Deborah Cc: Hood, Janet

Subject: RE: speaking with MCN students and a possible student to shadow

I would love to meet with you students and have Nick shadow for a day or half a day. Laurie

From: Stenger, Deborah [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Tuesday, October 14, 2014 11:58 AM

To: Round, Laurie; Hood, Janet

Subject: speaking with MCN students and a possible student to shadow

Hello Laurie, I am currently the faculty member for the MCN Leadership students at Advocate on Mondays and Fridays. I am excited about these students soon to join the profession (December graduates) and would like for them to hear of your role and also Advocate employment opportunities. We meet thru Nov. 17th so hope I am not to late in asking if you might be available to speak with these students. Also, I have one male student that would like to shadow, as in the past, with you if possible. His name is Nick Perri and he too will be graduating in December and is very interested in Nursing Administration. Thank-you so much for considering . Deb

Deborah Stenger MSN,RN,CNL Instructional Assistant Professor Mennonite College of Nursing Illinois State University

Exhibit TL6.A.5 Advocate BroMenn Medical Center 2

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