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Day on the Hill 2022 Pre-event Meeting - Shared screen
Ryan Oglesby
15:54
Its a great day to be back ON THE HILL!!
Chris Dellinger
16:14
Hello everyone!!!
Constance Lanier
16:36
Totally agree Ryan. Hello from NC.
Rebecca Englund
16:59
Greetings from Minnesota ๐Ÿ‘‹๐Ÿป
Debby Rogers
17:05
Hello from California.
Vanessa Gorman
17:10
Hello everyone
Joop Breuer
17:14
Hi everyone..
Amy Boren
17:30
Hello from Playa del Carmen, Mexico #recharge
Jack Rodgers
17:32
Greetings from Vero Beach, FL! Looking forward to seeing you all on DC!
Jennifer Schmitz
17:33
Hello everyone!
Todd Haines
17:42
Hello from Sunny Tennessee
Natalie Calow
17:53
Hello from Indiana!!
Christine Gisness
17:55
Hello from Georgia !
Angela Powell
18:07
Hello from Oregon!
Ryan Oglesby
18:18
Chris our Georgia Peach!!
Naomi Ishioka
18:51
HI From Michigan!
Kara Davis
19:21
Kara from California. :)
Ron Kraus
19:28
Hello everyone!
Patricia Clutter
20:01
Hello from Missouri
Harriet Hawkins
22:00
Hello from Chicago
Amie Porcelli
24:12
500k?! Wow ๐Ÿ˜ฎ
Ryan Oglesby
24:42
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Joop Breuer
25:39
This is a global problem
Samuel Shaefer
31:36
I realize this is a basic question, but where is the best place to obtain copies of these bills, so that we can be fully read and up to date before day on the hill
Samuel Shaefer
33:49
Will this power point, or something similar be available to use as education in hospital? As many workplaces need re education on work place violence.
Ryan Oglesby
34:15
Well have to be careful with FAAN as it also represent Fellows in American Academy of Nurses and Neurology.
Paula Davis
37:32
What have been the barriers to get this passed? VA system already has this in place
Robert Kramer
39:10
To read complete copies of the bills, please go to www.congress.gov and search for the bill numbers
Samuel Shaefer
48:31
found them! Thanks
Naomi Ishioka
49:38
Quite unusually we have sent email requests for a meeting (Offered call, online, or in person) to both our house reps (for both of us who are going) and senators, and have not heard back. In the past we have always heard back relatively quickly. Any idea if there are any reasons this may be?
Paula Davis
49:57
Suicide screening was where was the barrier
Melane Marsh
50:19
Can we get copies of these slides
Paula Davis
51:14
Why can't they talk to nurses who have been victim of violence in workplace
Melane Marsh
52:21
Will we be talking about the case in Tennessee case with the nurse that was charged for her med error that was cleared and then fired and license revoked
Bill Schueler
56:15
For scheduling, what is helping us this year is having the ENA member constituent reaching out to their legislator for meeting requests. And it seems to be working.
Samuel Shaefer
56:15
have we tried to partner with other organizations about the healthcare workplace violence issues? Are there organization even to partner with?
Ron Kraus
59:57
When I approached my senator in March they were hesitant for the FAAN due to the cost and he challenged that the hospitals need and private companies need to step up too to help solve some of the problems (R- IN)
Matt Dominis
01:00:00
Learn more about No Silence on ED Violence on this site:https://stopedviolence.org/
Samuel Shaefer
01:00:03
thank you
Samuel Shaefer
01:00:47
But they haven't stepped up for 20 years. So, what do we do moving forward.
Samuel Shaefer
01:02:56
We would have to individually ask every hospital what there programs are, but a quick survey shows that they aren't doing enough to help bridge the growing gap. At least currently
Bill Schueler
01:03:02
The only way we support our local nursing schools is by providing clinical spots to nursing students. And in Oregon, nursing instructors are vastly underpaid and there's a problem with lateral violence with clinical faculty as well.
Samuel Shaefer
01:05:45
Does violence in healthcare bill address issues with actual prosecution of assault on health care workers? example, in MO many jurisdictions won't actually prosecute the perpetrators of violence. They say it is too hard, or not worth it. THoughts?
Samuel Shaefer
01:06:08
I need to re read the bill, sorry if that was an in depth question
Samuel Shaefer
01:07:19
Right. That makes sense
Samuel Shaefer
01:08:25
Gothca! That makes sense. and I will meet with my local government affairs committee and talk about MO specifically.
Amie Porcelli
01:08:33
Good point Rob
Samuel Shaefer
01:09:48
Agreed. Thanks for the discussion
Joop Breuer
01:10:55
Thnx Rob/Richard.. have to go, got another meeting. Looking forward seeing everyone in DC
Robert Kramer
01:11:10
gov.ena.org
Robert Kramer
01:11:16
gov@ena.org
Paula Davis
01:11:18
Thank you good information
Chris Dellinger
01:11:28
Great discussion! Thank you Rob and Richard!!
Paula Davis
01:11:43
How late Wednesday
Paula Davis
01:13:20
Thanks for information
Cheryl Randolph
01:13:36
Thank you to everyone for this great discussion.
Ron Kraus
01:13:48
great discussion and cannot wait until we are in DC together!
Patricia Clutter
01:13:49
Can we get the timings for these meetings? Thatโ€™s different this year
Pete Benolken
01:15:20
tentative agenda here https://www.ena.org/events/day-on-the-hill
Patricia Clutter
01:15:23
For Wed
Christine Gisness
01:15:34
Is there a time scheduled for a group photo?
Patricia Clutter
01:16:05
What time is the news conference?
Patricia Clutter
01:16:26
Ok thanks
Amie Porcelli
01:17:52
Can we get a digital copy of the 1 pagers
Lauren Plaine
01:17:52
Thank you Rob and Richard!
Amie Porcelli
01:18:09
To send out to members that we will be having digital meetings with
Harriet Hawkins
01:18:13
Thank you !
Bill Schueler
01:18:18
Thank you Richard and Rob. Looking forward to seeing everyone!
Pete Benolken
01:18:30
Digital copies on website already, see above in chat
Ryan Oglesby
01:18:31
thanks everyone!!