Archive for the 'Evaluation Comments from Level 1 Specialists!' Category

Transforming Care Delivery: seeing what a patient sees

Tuesday, August 6th, 2013

 We actually deliver better care and see things differently when we see what the patients see. Thank you again for introducing this education series. It has definitely transform(ed) my care delivery, and I hope to pass on this learning and care transformation to others on my unit. This quote is from one of our graduating RROHC […]

“RROHC Principles helped me deal with Stress….”

Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013

“and strengthened my confidence and helped me grow professionally.” “I started to be able to use available resources more efficiently to meet my patient’s needs when I am overwhelmed” “I started to see the light at the end of the tunnel” (Comments from a relatively recent graduate) “I am more aware of  myself, my speech, my […]

Novice RN’s Accolades (RROHC program Level 1 Specialist Class)

Friday, July 22nd, 2011

We are proud to share Katie Miller’s assessment of her specialist class (level 1 Specialist) at the end of her test: My goals were lofty when beginning my RROHC journey. I was just out of my orientation as a graduate nurse when my manager approached me with the opportunity. Being very involved in the unit […]

RROHC Specialist Evaluates Delegation Education in Coursework

Tuesday, May 31st, 2011

The following quote is from an ED RN completing the Level 1 Specialist training program this week.  (Editor’s note: RROHC program has been individualized at Oakwood Health System as ROC.) Thank you again for your support. The ROC  program has simply classified and given a name to what i have ALWAYS DONE for my patients and […]

Critical Thinking and Premature Factulation

Monday, September 7th, 2009

In a recently published book by Dr. Philip Hansten,  Premature Factulation: The Ignorance of Certainty and the Ghost of Montaigne, (Philoponus Press 2009), the author explores the philosophy of thinking and decision-making.  In my critical thinking doctoral research that informs the six step critical thinking problem solving model and the way in which the RROHC […]