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Once a Nurse, Always a Nurse

Once a Nurse, Always a Nurse

Monday at 10 AM Pacific

October 22nd 2018:Telephone Triage Nursing: the Role, the Benefits, and the Future

Triage has been a part of healthcare for nearly as long as there have been disasters: man-made, as in war or accidents, or natural disasters. At some point someone said, "With all these people hurt, dying or dead, we have to focus our limited care providers on the people MOST likely to survive." (I have a feeling, whatever caveman/woman, who came up with the idea, did not use those exact words!) And Triage continues every day, in every hospital, every city and country in the world. Today a phenomenal amount of the triage is done on the telephone. What does it look like? How has it changed sinc

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Celeste Knoff RN, MAN, MBA, CRRN

Celeste received her B.S. in nursing from South Dakota State University and her Master’s in Nursing Education from St. Catherine University. She received her MBA from the University of Nebraska-Omaha. She has worked as a nurse for over 30 years. She is currently the Nursing Administrator for Education and Operations for Ambulatory Care at HealthPartners in Minneapolis, MN. Celeste has worked as a triage nurse or as an educator for triage nurses for the past 10 years.
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Margaree Jordan-Amberg, MBA, MSN, BSN

Margaree Jordan-Amberg obtained her Bachelor’s in Nursing at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and her Master’s in Nursing from Walden University. She has worked in a number of different roles throughout her nursing career, including critical care, home health care, surgical services, nursing education and ambulatory care. She has always had a passion and drive to improve ambulatory care and community health resources,and has worked extensively developing training and quality programs in these areas. She has over 12 years experience working in telephone triage as a staff nurse, trainer and supervisor. Her academic passions include healthcare disparities in immigrant communities,culturally s
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Renee Walsh RN, RN-BC

Renee has worked for Health Partners for the past 17 years in various clinics including Adult Medicine, Pediatrics, Urgent Care, Podiatry, and Infectious Disease. She has worked in nursing for the past 20 years, most recently in telephone triage for the past 5 years in the Careline with Health Partners. She also works as a Nurse Preceptor for the Careline and is a member of the Nurse Committee." Renee.L.Walsh@HealthPartners.Com
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2685/once-a-nurse-always-a-nurse 17/02/2019 11:00 17/02/2019 12:00 Once a Nurse, Always a Nurse https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2685/once-a-nurse-always-a-nurse Triage has been a part of healthcare for nearly as long as there have been disasters: man-made, as in war or accidents, or natural disasters. At some point someone said, "With all these people hurt, dying or dead, we have to focus our limited care providers on the people MOST likely to survive." (I have a feeling, whatever caveman/woman, who came up with the idea, did not use those exact words!) And Triage continues every day, in every hospital, every city and country in the world. Today a phenomenal amount of the triage is done on the telephone. What does it look like? How has it changed since it began and why? How will this type of nursing change the future of healthcare in the USA and the world? Do you have experience with Telephone Triage Nursing? Join me with my guests: Celeste Knoff, Margaree Jordan-Amberg and Renee Walsh, all from HealthPartners in Bloomington, MN. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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