A Vision of Nursing Quality Leadership w/ Denise Josephs DNP, RN, NEA-BC
Dr. Denise Josephs is the Vice President of Nursing at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance in Seattle, Washington.
Denise has been a nurse for nearly 25 years and has obtained her Masters in Nursing Administration and Informatics from Excelsior College and her Doctorate in Nursing at Georgia State University.
Dr. Josephs is on the board of Black Women Leaders in Nursing; she is the secretary for “Help for Help Care Professionals,” a nonprofit organization providing support and resources for nurses throughout the pandemic, and a mentor to upcoming nurse leaders.
Here in Episode #127 Denise shares a leadership mindset for turning visions into reality. She walks us through her fantastic career story, leading into her current role as Vice President of Nursing; and gives us a peek into her daily functions. Denise connects the dots between the role of a Nursing Informatics professional and quality improvement. With her dark place story, Denise teaches us the value of inviting key players to the table. She shares how she leverages empathy and emotions to build authentic connections with her teams. Denise tells the story of her career AHA, centered on nurses leveraging technology to improve quality and safety. She provides a vision on what the future of healthcare looks like after COVID-19, and shares her passion for ensuring quality maintains a focus on the human side of health care
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