The Nursing Network call series takes place on the first Wednesday of every month. Facilitated by Carol Geary, it features conversations to explore the Institute of Medicine’s landmark report on The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health and other topics. All are welcome.
Nursing Network Call
Wednesday, May 1, 2013 - 1-2pm ET
Patient and Family-Centered Care Methodology and Practice
Guest: Dr. Anne Hast
Listen to the entire call:
On where strategies come from (1:21) -
On their journey (2:02) -
On patient experts (2:43) -
On shadowing (4:41) -
Using Complexity Science to Drive Practice Change Through Patient and Family-Centered Care (presentation pdf)
Hast, A.S., DiGioia, A.M., Thompson, D., & Wolf, G. (2013). Utilizing complexity science to drive practice change through patient- and family-centered care. JONA 43(1); 44-49.
Dr. Anne Solomon Hast is the Chief Executive Officer and Director of Nursing for Advanced Surgical Hospital; a physician owned orthopedic specialty hospital located in Washington, PA. She led efforts within the organization to successfully achieve state licensure and initial Joint Commission accreditation within this start-up organization. Dr. Hast holds a BSN from Carlow College and an MSN and Doctor of Nursing Practice from the University of Pittsburgh. She is currently an adjunct faculty member for the University of Pittsburgh, School of Nursing. Over a career spanning 30 years in healthcare, Dr. Hast has held a variety of clinical, educational, managerial, and administrative positions. Additionally, she has published and served as Department Editor for Critical Care Nurse Magazine with Grif Alspatch, Editor. Recently, Dr. Hast published an article entitled "Utilizing Complexity Science to Drive Practice Change Through Patient- and Family-Centered Care” in the January 2013 issue of Journal of NursingAdministration. She has lectured nationally on the topics of Patient Family Centered Care, Complexity, and Leadership.
Anne S. Hast, DNP, RN