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Work Group 1

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Work Group 1

TIGER Staff Development & Continuing Education Collaborative



Working together using this wiki

 This wiki is a shared online whiteboard that allows the entire group to easily share information to each other and other TIGER collaborative team members. The material on the wiki should be considered to be in draft format and will be published on the TIGER website at www.tigersummit.com upon completion.


Activities of Work Group 1

This team is collecting case studies, practice examples, and innovative models of staff development programs in the following areas:

  • within nursing

  • within healthcare

  • within other industries

This team will categorize these models (e.g., web-based, face-to-face, etc.)


Group members

  • Liz Johnson - Facilitator
  • Ken Bowman
  • Kandis Gillis
  • Diane Heine
  • Sylvia Suszka Hildebrand
  • Josette Jones
  • Kay Lytle
  • Nancy Robinson
  • Stacey Reibsome
  • Julie Barton
  • Sandra Bieganski
  • Kathy McCarthy
  • Sandy Haliburton
  • Ann Barton



Link to survey to send via email:   http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=rwxonbc39RpqSLnHaPixlg_3d_3d


Case study request:

Please complete the following form (as much as possible): 

Staff Development Case Study.doc 

Please send completed form to the following email address: staffdev@tigersummit.com by May 15, 2008.


Case study submissions to date: 

StaffDev_Case Studies.xls  posted 5/22/08




Next Meeting:

Thursday, May 22, 2008 at 12 noon EDT/11 a.m. CDT/10 a.m. MDT/9 a.m. PDT

Please register to join the Webinar at:  https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/739698894


Meeting Archive:

November 5, 2007 at 4:30 p.m. Eastern


December 14, 2007 at 11 a.m. Eastern

Notes:  Attended by Liz Johnson and Cheryl Fisher.  Discussed the 89 responses collected to date from the survey - over 60% from the long term care environment (Thanks to Nancy Robinson!).  Cheryl agreed to post a link to the survey on list for research hospitals.  Donna will divide up the survey responses and email out to members of WG1 to evaluate who should be contacted for further information.  We will use the Case Study request form provided by Rob Campbell to request further information from respondents.  Cheryl posted the results of her literature review on WG3.  Also will request literature review post from Pat Hinton Walker.  Next meeting for WG1 is scheduled for January 10, 2008 and we plan to review the results from survey interviews. 


January 30, 2008 – 4 p.m. Eastern

Conference Call: 1-866-516-5393; passcode 12859321


February 14, 2008 – 1 p.m. Eastern (*Note time change from 12 noon Eastern)

Conference Call: 1-866-516-5393; passcode 12859321


April 1, 2008 at 2-3 p.m. EDT

Notes:  Present Liz Johnson, Ann Barton, Ken Bowman, Kay Lytle and Donna DuLong

Have only received three case studies to date (see spreadsheet below).  Decided to move the deadline to receive case studies to May 15, 2008 - document on wiki updated accordingly.  Assignments were reviewed and made to contact the remainder of the assignments on the case study spreadsheet (sent via email to WG#1).  Will have next meeting on April 21, 2008 at 1:30 p.m. CDT to check on status.  Ken offered to help distribute a case study request at the upcoming ANIA/CARING Annual Conference in Washington DC on April 18-19th. 



Summary Survey results to date - posted 01/22/2008



Case studies - synthesis posted 9/17/08


Comments (2)

Anonymous said

at 9:11 am on Dec 7, 2007

I was on the goto meeting but no one there. I would like to be included in the Workgroup 1.

Anonymous said

at 9:25 pm on Dec 10, 2007

I added the survey on the national NADONA website. Keep me posted regarding results so I can help follow up

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