Donna Herrin-Griffith, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, CENP, FACHE, FAAN

Clinical Associate ProfessorDonna Herrin-Griffith (Part Time)
Office: NB 318 - Distant Professor
Email: Donna.Herrin@uah.edu

Education

  • MSN, Nursing Administration, Vanderbilt University

Professional Certifications

  • Healthcare Executive and Fellow (FACHE) of the American College of Healthcare Executives
  • Nurse Executive Advanced, Board Certified (NEA-BC) by the American Nurses Center
  • Certified Nurse in Executive Practice (CNEP) by the American Organization of Nurse Executives

Teaching Responsibilities

  • NUR 631 - Resource Management in Health Systems
  • NUR 632 - Economic and Policy Implications for Leaders in Health Systems
  • NUR 633 - Applied Leadership in Health Systems
  • NUR 634 - Internship in Nursing Leadership
  • NUR 639 - Residency in Leadership II

Service Activities

  • Ten years service on the editorial board of the peer review journal: The Journal of Nursing Administration
  • Extensive list of publications in journals and one book chapter across many leadership topics
  • Presentations on leadership topics to national and international audiences
  • Academic appointments (in addition to her professorship at the UAH)
    • The University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center, College of Nursing (Assistant Dean for Practice)
    • The University of Memphis (Executive MSN program)
  • Professional service in several associations including the following:
    • The American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE)
    • The American Nurses Association
    • The American Nurses Credentialing Center, Magnet Recognition Program
    • The American Hospital Association
  • Expert Panels:
    • The Institute of Medicine (IOM) Initiative on the Future of Nursing (2009). Provided written and oral testimony on behalf of the American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE)
    • The American Society of Healthcare Human Resources Administrators (ASHHRA) "Thought Leaders Forum Addressing The Role of Health Care Human Resources in Advancing Operational Efficiencies and Effectiveness". 2009.
    • Sigma Theta Tau International People to People Delegation to Cairo, Egypt. Academic and Health Systems Collaborative and Visit. 2009.
    • The American Organization of Nurse Executives' Day of Dialog: "Building the Hospital for the Next Generation". In partnership with American Institute of Architects. (AONE Guiding Principle).
    • The American Organization of Nurse Executives' Day of Dialog: "Enhancing Clinical Outcomes by Leveraging Technology". In partnership with Hill Rom. (AONE Guiding Principle).
    • The American Organization of Nurse Executives' Day of Dialog: "The Role of the Nurse Executive in Technology Acquisition and Implementation". In partnership with Hill Rom. (AONE Guiding Principle).
    • The American Organization of Nurse Executives' Day of Dialog: "Education for Nursing Administration and Leadership". In partnership with CGEAN (Council for Graduate Education of Administration in Nursing). Publication of two papers in Journal of Nursing Administration.

Special Achievements/Honors/Awards

  • Fellowship in the American Academy of Nursing. Induction as Fellow October 2012.
  • Alabama League for Nursing Lamplighter Award. 2010.
  • Vanderbilt University Alumni Award for Nursing Excellence 2009
  • Tennessee Nurse's Association Award for Nursing Administration Excellence 2008
  • "50 Women" of the Mid-South 2005
  • Executive Nurse of Distinction Award, Tennessee Hospital Association, 2004
  • American Organization Nurse Executives' Personal Growth Award, 2000
  • Nursing Management "Mover & Shaker". Profiled July 2000.
  • Quality Improvement Award, Huntsville Hospital, 1993
  • Sigma Theta Tau, International Honor Society of Nursing, Inducted 1989
  • Ruth Camp Scholarship, Graduate Studies, 1990
  • Federal Nurse Traineship, Graduate Studies, 1990
  • The National Distinguished Registry in Nursing, 1988, American Nurses Association
  • Who's Who in American Nursing, 1986-87, 1990-91, 1996-97
  • Internship, March of Dimes, Medical University of South Carolina, 1987

Research Interests

  • Nurse Leader Development
  • Resource Management
  • Workforce Planning

Research Projects

  • Crake, N, & Herrin-Griffith, D. (2012). MPOST©: A New Tool for Assessing Discharge Criteria for Postoperative Patients.
  • Herrin-Griffith, D. 2010-2011. For AONE. The CEO/CEO Relationship: A Follow Up Study.
  • Cornell, P., Herrin-Griffith, D., et al. (2007-Present). Nursing Workflow and Use of Information Technology.
  • Spears, P & Herrin, D. (2006 – Present). Using Nurse Leader Development to Improve Nurse Retention and Patient Outcomes. Co-Principle Investigator. HRSA Funded (as noted in Grants).
  • Herrin, D. (2001-Present). Organizational Approaches to Workforce Planning. Partially funded by Sigma Theta Tau, Beta Phi Chapter Research award.
  • Herrin, D. (2000). Staff Nurse and Nursing Leadership Views on Solutions to the Nursing Shortage.
  • Herrin, D., Zupancic, K. & Wallace, D. (2000). Registered Nurse Perceptions, Fear, & Knowledge Regarding Medical Error.
  • Herrin, D. (1996-1999). The Impact of Hospital Reorganization and Downsizing on Nurse Manager Practice.
  • Rozell, B. & Herrin, D. (1996). Quality Outcomes Relative to Specific Nursing Practice Models.
  • Herrin, D. & Taylor, M. (1996). Nursing Resource Consumption Driven by the Use of Epidural Anesthesia.
  • Herrin, D. (1992). Readiness for Advanced Nursing Management Practice.
  • Herrin, D. (1992). The Evolving Role of the Nurse Manager: The Alabama Study. (Funded by the Alabama Council of Nurse Managers).
  • Herrin, D. (1991). The Evolving Role of the Nurse Manager: One Organization. Vanderbilt University.

Publications and Presentations

Publications

  • Gantz, N.R., Sherman, R.O., Jasper, M., Ghoo, C.K, Herrin-Griffin, D. & Harris, K. "May 2012: Global Nurse Leader Perspectives on Health Systems and Workforce Challenges". Journal of Nursing Management. Spring 2012.
  • Norris, T., Webb, S., McKeon, L., Jacob, S. & Herrin-Griffith, D. (January 2012). "Using Portfolios to Introduce the Clinical Nurse Leader to the Job Market". Journal of Nursing Administration. 42 (1).
  • Sherman, R., Herrin-Griffith, D, & Rollins-Gantz. (December 2011) "Nurse Workforce Challenges from a Global Perspective: Implications for the Future Work of the AONE International Committee". Nurse Leader. Elsevier Mosby.
  • Herrin-Griffith, D. & Hoying, C. (February 2011). "CNO-CEO Perceptions: A Vital Relationship Continues". AONE Voice of Nursing Leadership. The American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE).
  • Cornell, P., Riordan, M., & Herrin-Griffith, D. (October 2010). "Transforming Nursing Workflow Part II: The Impact of Technology on Nurse Activities". Journal of Nursing Administration.
  • Cornell, P., Herrin-Griffith, D., Keim, C., Petschoneck, S., Sanders, A., D'Mello, S., & Golden, T. "Transforming Nursing Workflow Part I: The Chaotic Nature of Nurse Activities". (September 2010). Journal of Nursing Administration.
  • Malt, S. & Herrin-Griffith, D. (June 2010). "A Framework for Patient Care: Design of a Care Model for an Arab Culture Using Best Available Evidence". Journal of Nursing Administration.
  • Thomas, J., Collins, A., Collins, D., Herrin, D., Dafferner, D., & Gabriel, J. (2008) "The Language of Business: A Key Nurse Executive Competency. Nursing Economics 26(2).
  • Thomas, J. & Herrin, D. (2008). "The RWJ Executive Nurse Fellows Program: A Model for Learning in an Executive MSN Program" (Part III of the Executive MSN Series). Journal of Nursing Administration. March.
  • Thomas, J. & Herrin, D. (2008). "Executive MSN Program: Incorporating the 14 Forces of Magnetism " Part II of the Executive MSN Series). Journal of Nursing Administration. February.
  • Thomas, J. & Herrin, D. (2008). "The Executive MSN Program: Using the American Organization of Nurse Executives' Nurse Executive Competencies as Foundation for Curriculum "(Part I of the Executive MSN Series). Journal of Nursing Administration. January.
  • Herrin, D. & Spears, P. (2007). "Using Nurse Leader Development to Improve Nurse Retention and Patient Outcomes: A Framework". Nursing Administration Quarterly, 31 (3).
  • Prince, S. & Herrin, D. (2007). "The Role of Information Technology in Healthcare Communications, Efficiency and Patient Safety". Journal of Nursing Administration 37 (4).
  • Hasse-Herrick, K. & Herrin, D. (2007). "The AONE's Guiding Principles & AACN's Clinical Nurse Leader: A Lesson in Synergy". Journal of Nursing Administration 37 (2).
  • Herrin,D., et al. (2006). "A Model Academic - Practice Partnership". Journal of Nursing Administration. 36(12).
  • Herrin,D., et al. (2006). "Future Nursing Administration Graduate Curricula, Part 2." Journal of Nursing Administration,, 36 (11).
  • Herrin, D. (2004). "Shared Governance: A nurse executive's response". Online Journal in Nursing. January 31.
  • Herrin, D. (2003). "Workforce Development: A Model for Organizations". In Healthy Work Environments: Lessons from the Field. American Organization of Nurse Executives. Chicago.
  • Herrin, D. (2002). "Nurse to Patient Ratios Do Not Work". Nursing Leadership Forum, 6(4).
  • Herrin, D. & Reineck, C. (2002). "A Compendium of Innovative Leadership Projects: The American Organization of Nurse Executives' 2001 Poster Sessions". Journal of Applied Nursing Research.
  • Nalle, M., Brown, M., & Herrin, D. (2001). "The Nursing Continuing Education Consortium: A Collaborative Model for Education and Practice". Nursing Administration Quarterly. (26)1.
  • Herrin, D. (2001). "Nurse Manager Skill Tune-Up". Nursing Management. December.
  • Herrin, D. (2001). "When Nurses Fear". Nursing Management. April.
  • Herrin, D. (2001). "E-Learning: Directions for Nurses in Executive Practice". Journal of Nursing Administration. January.
  • Herrin, D. (2000). "Patient Safety and Medical Error: What Nurses Need to Know". The Tennessee Nurse. The Tennessee Nurses Association. July.
  • Herrin, D. (1999). "Commentary on Urden's The Impact of Organizational Climate on Nurse Satisfaction: Management Implications", Nursing Leadership Forum. Fall.
  • Herrin, D. (1997). "21st Century Leadership: The New Nurse Manager". The ANA Centennial Series. (Audio Tape CE Study Program). American Nurses Association.
  • Herrin, D. (1994). "Linking Management and Advanced Practice at the Department Level". Aspen's Advisor for Nurse Executives. August.
  • Herrin, D. & Prince, S. (1994). "The New Nurse Manager: Partner in Managing Cost and Quality". Hospital Material Management Quarterly. Fall.
  • Herrin, D. (1993). "The Core Curriculum for Advanced Nursing Management Practice" . Herrin & Associates.
  • Herrin, D. (1990). "The Roles and Effective Utilization of Assistive Personnel in Health Care Organizations". Position Statement. American Nurses Association / Alabama State Nurses Association.

E-Learning Programs

  • Essentials of Nurse Manager Orientation. 2007 – continuing to present. Subject Matter Expert and authored section on "Human Resources Management". Co-sponsored by The American Organization of Nurse Executives and the American Association of Critical Care Nurses.

Book Chapter

  • Herrin, D. & Herrin, A. Lessons from Leaders. "Succession Planning". 2009. Sigma Theta Tau International.

International Presentations

  • "The AONE Nurse Manager Fellowship Program". The International Council of Nurses (ICN). Durbin, South Africa. July 2009.
  • "Nurse Executive Competencies". The International Council of Nurses (ICN). Durbin, South Africa. July 2009.
  • "Nursing Leadership: The Time is Now". The Middle Eastern Gulf States Nursing Leadership Summit. Doha, Qatar. May 2009.
  • "Innovative Care Model for New Academic Medical Canter". Sidra Medical & Research Center, Executive Team. November 2008.
  • "Pillars of Excellence". Middle Eastern Gulf Region Nursing Leadership Invitational Program. Sidra Medical & Research Center. June 2008.
  • "Planning for the Future: Developing an Organizational Workforce Strategic Plan". Canadian Long Term Care Association. National Meeting. May 2001.
  • "Competencies: A Quality of Care Issue", The Puerto Rico Hospital Association and Puerto Rico Nurse Executive Association. September 1998.

National Presentations

  • "Social Media: New Competencies for Nurse Executives". 2011. The AONE National Meeting. San Diego.
  • "Perspectives on International Nursing". 2011. The AONE National Meeting. San Diego.
  • "The CEO/CNO Relationship Study" 2011. The AONE National Meeting. San Diego.
  • "The CEO/CNO Relationship Study" 2011. The American College of Healthcare Executives Congress. Chicago.
  • "Strategies for the Future of Nursing". 2011. St. David's Health System. Austin, Texas.
  • "Leadership Competencies and Education". 2011. The Nursing Institute of the Mid South. Memphis.
  • "Care Redesign: An Imperative for Nurse Executives". AONE National Meeting, April 2009. Indianapolis.
  • "Care Model Redesign: The Time is Now". The Nursing Institute of the Mid-South, Regional Care Model Summit. March 2009. Memphis, TN.
  • "Career Planning". The American Organization of Nurse Executives – Nurse Manager Fellows Program. October 2009. Washington DC.
  • "Competencies for Nurse Executive Practice". Voluntary Hospital Association (VHA), Upper Midwest Division. November.
  • "Thought Leaders Forum: The Role of Human Resource Management Professions in Quality". July 2009. American Association of Healthcare Human Resource Managers. San Francisco. (Transcript at www.ashra.org)
  • "The State of Nursing Leadership: Report of AONE Activities". April 2009. The American Hospital Association. Washington DC.
  • "Challenging Times Require Powerful Partnerships". American Association of Colleges of Nursing, 2009 Spring Annual Meeting. Opening Session. March 2008. Washington DC.
  • "Nursing Leadership for the Future". National Student Nurses Association, Mid-Year. Leadership Luncheon. November 2008. Reno.
  • "Issues Facing the Profession: Panel Discussion". National Student Nurses Association, Mid Year Conference. November 2008. Reno.
  • "The Future of Collaborative Care". The Cerner Corporation Users Conference. October 2008. Kansas City.
  • "Nurse Executive Competencies: Academic Perspectives". The University of Hawaii, Faculty Session. September 2008. Honolulu.
  • "The AONE Nurse Executive Competencies". The Hawaii Organization of Nurse Executives Annual Meeting. September 2008. Honolulu.
  • "Executive Nurse Competencies", Keynote Session. From Best Practices to Next Practices. QHR Leadership Sessions, June 2008, Brentwood, TN.
  • "Exploring the Controversy of Nurse Executive Education: DNP, PhD, MBA, MHA, or MSN-Administration". April 2008. American Organization of Nurse Executives Annual Meeting. Seattle.
  • "A Great Work Environment: The Key to Addressing Workforce Shortages". National Nurse Manager Update. April 2003. Las Vegas. (Session Attendance: 300).
  • "Ready or Not: Key Factors in Achievement of Magnet Status". National Nurse Manager Update. April 2003. Las Vegas. (Session Attendance: 200).
  • "Planning for the Future: Developing an Organizational Workforce Profile". Strategic Staffing Management Conference. April 2001. (Session Attendance 200).
  • "An Executive's Guide to Internet Use for Nursing Professionals". American Organization of Nurse Executives, National Meeting. Intensive Session. March 2001.
  • "Learning Pathways: Achievement of Orientation Cost and Quality Outcomes". American Organization of Nurse Executives, Poster Session. Nashville. March 2000.
  • "Report of the AONE Study on Workforce". American Hospital Association - Regional Policy Board, March 1999. Atlanta.
  • "21st Century Leadership: The New Nurse Manager". American Nurses Association, National Convention. June 1996. Washington DC (Attendance 1000).
  • "Work Redesign, Restructuring, and Downsizing: Strategies for Nursing Professionals". AWHONN National Convention. Nashville TN. 1995 (150 Participants)
  • "Tuning Up for 21st Century Leadership: The New Nurse Manager". AWHONN National Convention. (250 Participants)
  • "The Perinatal Managed Care Project". Poster Presentation. Presented at the following: National Maternal-Child Health Convention. 1995. Sigma Theta Tau, Creative Caring in Nursing Practice Conference. 1995. AWHONN National Convention. 1995.
  • "Collaborative Nursing Management: Excellence in Nursing Leadership". Presented at the following: American Organization of Nurse Executives, National Meeting. Poster Session. 1993. American Academy of Nursing, National Conference/Scientific Session. Poster Session. 1992. The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Nurse Executive Council. 1992.

State Presentations (Florida, Alabama, and Tennessee)

  • "Best Practices: Community Collaborative - The Nursing Institute of the Mid South. The "Leading for the Future: Planning for the New Care Environment". January 2012. The University of Central Florida's .First Annual Inaugural Distinguished Lecture Series. Community and Doctoral Students. Orlando.
  • "Education and Competencies for Leadership". 2011. Florida Organization of Nurse Executives.
  • "Challenges to the Nursing Profession". January 2010. Nursing Institute of the Mid-South. Aspiring Nurse Leaders Program. Memphis Tennessee Hospital Association. November 2007. Nashville.
  • "Nursing Leadership and Nursing Excellence: A View from the Top". Keynote Session: Tennessee Leadership Institute for Nursing Excellence. The Tennessee Center for Nursing. September 2008.
  • "CEO-CNO Panel: Nursing Shortage Perspectives". Tennessee Hospital Association Annual Meeting, November 2007.
  • "Leading An Organization Toward Magnet". Tennessee Hospital Association Annual Meeting, September 2004.
  • "The Nursing Workforce: Today's Concern-Tomorrow's Crisis". Coordinated Health Services' Workforce Summit for East Tennessee. Knoxville, 2001.
  • "Nurse Manager Development: Core Curriculum". University of Tennessee Community Continuing Education Consortium. May-June 2001.
  • "21st Century Nurse: Riding the Crest of Opportunity". East Tennessee Association of Critical Care Nurses. Knoxville. 2000.
  • "Healthcare 2000: The Changing Landscape", Coordinated Health Services. Knoxville. 1998.
  • "Nursing Leadership". Honor Society Induction. Carson-Newman College. 1998
  • "Managed Care: Nursing Challenges", Panel. The University of Tennessee Continuing Education Program. 1997.
  • "Nursing's Agenda for 2001". The Alabama Organization of Nurse Executives. 1996.
  • "Acute Care Challenges". Panel Presentation. The Alabama League of Nursing. CE Program. 1996.
  • "Managed Care: What Nurses Need to Know". Alabama State Nurses Association (ASNA) CE Program. 1996. (400 Participants).
  • "Work Redesign, Organizational Restructuring and Downsizing: Strategies for Nursing Professionals". ASNA CE Program, Plenary Speaker. 1995. (500 Participants).
  • "Tuning Up for 21st Century Leadership: The New Nurse Manager". ASNA State Convention. 1994.
  • "The Core Curriculum for Nurse Managers". Cosponsored with Mutual Assurance. 1993. (5 Days) Topic Areas: Personal and Professional Development, Clinical Systems and Operations Management, Human Resource Management, Environmental Management, & Financial Management
  • "Evaluation of Colleagues, Team and Self". AWHONN Alabama Leadership Conference. 1993.
  • "Shared Governance: Empowering the Workplace". ASNA Ethics Conference. 1992.
  • "Delegation". ASNA State Convention. Program Faculty. 1992.
  • "Role Development of the Nurse Manager". Alabama Organization of Nurse Executives (AlaOne). 1992.
  • "The Alabama Nurse Manager Study: Research and Implications". AlaOne Convention. 1992.
  • "Collaborative Nursing Management: Excellence in Nursing Leadership". ASNA CE Program. 1992.
  • "Collaborative Nursing Management: Excellence in Nursing Leadership". AlaOne Conference. 1991.
  • "The Alabama Council of Nurse Managers". Birmingham Nurse Executives. 1991.
  • "The Roles of Assistive Personnel in Perinatal Units". NAACOG Alabama Section Conference. 1990.

Regional Presentations

  • "Using Nurse Leader Development to Improve Nurse Retention and Patient Outcomes". Innovations in Nursing Excellence, Sigma Theta Tau, Beta Phi Research Day. March 2008.
  • "Making a Difference: Nursing Excellence". Country Cottage Nurse of the Year Program. October 2007. Huntsville.
  • "The Leader in You". Sigma Theta Tau , Memphis. Induction Speaker. April 2004.
  • "Nursing: The Face, The Hands, The Heart". Keynote speaker. West Tennessee Great 100 Nurse Week event. 2003.
  • "The Nurse Reinvestment Act: Nursing Leadership Implications". Sigma Theta Tau. Memphis. 2002.
  • "The Nursing Workforce: Today's Concern-tomorrow's Crisis". Sigma Theta Tau, Beta Phi Chapter. Huntsville, AL. 2001.
  • "Challenges in Cultural Change: Implications for Patient Safety". Healthcare 21 Business Coalition. Knoxville, 2000.
  • "Managed Care". UAH College of Nursing. CE Program. 1996.
  • "Nursing Report Card Project: Quality and Safety of Nursing Care". Sigma Theta Tau Research Program. 1996.
  • "Setting the Stage for Excellence: Participative Governance for Nursing Professionals". Creative Caring in Nursing Practice. Sigma Theta Tau Conference. 1995.
  • "The Alabama Nurse Manager Study". The North Alabama Directors Council. 1993.
  • "Topics in Nursing Leadership". UAH College of Nursing. 1993.
  • "The Alabama Nurse Manager Study". Directors/Faculty Forum. 1993.
  • "Research Report: The Alabama Nurse Manager Study". Sigma Theta Tau Research Forum. 1993.
  • "Case Management". NAACOG Huntsville Chapter. 1992.
  • "The Role of the Nurse Manager". (3 Sessions). 1992.
  • "Case Management". North Alabama Critical Care Nurses Association. 1992.
  • "Certification Forum". Program Faculty: OGN Updates. 1991.
  • "Collaborative Nursing Management". North Alabama Educators Council. 1991.
  • "The Evolving Role of the Nurse Manager". Presentation to Administrative Staff (CEO). 1991.
  • "Financial Skills for Nurse Managers". CE Program Huntsville Hospital. 1991.
  • "Mandatory CE: Taking the Responsibility Seriously". CE Program Huntsville Hospital. 1991.
  • "Product Line Management". CE Program Huntsville Hospital. 1990.
  • "Self Scheduling". Management Development Program. Huntsville Hospital. 1990.
  • "Leadership and Empowerment for the 90's". North Alabama Directors Council. 1990.
  • "Customer Service". Huntsville Hospital Care Program. Monthly 1990-91.
  • "Leadership and Empowerment for Nurse Managers". Huntsville Hospital Leadership Development. 1990.
  • "Staffing and Scheduling". UAH College of Nursing. 1990.
  • "Women's Health Care Delivery Systems". Vanderbilt University. 1990.
  • "The Role of the Nurse in a Decentralized Nursing Division". Perinatal Nursing CE Program. 1990.
  • "The Nursing Shortage at the Local Level: Strategies for Coping". NAACOG Huntsville Chapter. 1988.
  • "Family Centered Maternity Care". North Alabama Perinatal Outreach Center. Quarterly, 1986-90.
  • "Teaching Expectant Parents". Huntsville Hospital CE Program. 1984-86.
  • "Healthy Pregnancy". 8 week program. Huntsville City Schools and March of Dimes. 1985-86.
  • "Computer Based Nursing Assessment". Huntsville Hospital CE Program. 1986.
  • "Family Centered Maternity Care: Update". Huntsville Hospital CE Program. 1985.
  • "Emergency Delivery". Huntsville Police Academy. 1985.
  • "Brothers and Sisters To Be: Sibling Education". Program Faculty. Perinatal Perspectives. 1985.
  • "Community Resources for Healthy Pregnancy". Future Homemakers of America, Regional Conference. 1985.
  • "Fetal Alcohol Syndrome". Huntsville City Schools. 1984.
  • "Regional Obstetric Services". Madison County Health Council. 1984.
  • "North Alabama Perinatal Services". March of Dimes. 1984.
  • "A.B.R.: An Alternative Birth Experience". Program Faculty. Perinatal Perspectives. 1983.
  • "Intrapartum Fetal Monitoring". Calhoun Community College. 1980.
  • "Emergency Delivery". UAH Paramedic Program. 1979.
  • "Expanding Roles in Obstetric Nursing". Graduate Program, UAH. 1979.

Research Grants

  • $1.2 Million. Co-Principle Investigator. US Department of Health & Human Services, Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA), Bureau of Health Professions – Division of Nursing. "Using Nurse Leader Development to Improve Nurse Retention and Patient Outcomes (Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare)