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Sharp Grossmont's Collaborative Leadership Model empowers nurses at all levels to participate in the decision making process at the hospital. Structured by committee, the model ensures vertical, horizontal and diagonal communication among clinicians at the bedside and throughout the hospital. The Unit Nursing Councils and Hospital-wide Nursing Practice Council play an essential role in the daily and direct impact on nursing and patient care issues and decisions.
Unit Nursing Practice Councils
Led by direct care nurses, the Unit Nursing Practice Councils are long-standing committees designed to work on continuous quality improvement projects, share decision-making about unit practice, and research and adopt national standards and guidelines of care based upon evidence to support unit nursing practices. These councils are deployed across every unit and department within the hospital and integrated into our professional practice model. These nurses take responsibility for their practice and activities specific to their unit or service.
Hospital-wide Nursing Practice Council
The Hospital-wide Nursing Practice Council is comprised of 26 direct care nurses with many diverse backgrounds and specialties. The council provides the structure which enables various units and departments to work together hospital-wide. The council also offers benefits to the bedside nurse and Sharp Grossmont in a number of ways, including: