Cedar Sinai Park is committed to meaningful collaboration and partnerships. We believe that telling the story and sharing educational tools are vital in supporting continued culture change efforts and to improving the quality of life for nursing home Residents. Below is a sample of the many ongoing efforts to implement and build upon best practices.
Nurturing Cultural Competence in Nursing (NCCN)
The purpose of our NCCN project is to develop and promote cultural competence in nursing practice, leadership, and mentorship. Ultimately, this project will serve as an instrumental step in developing a comprehensive, organizational wide cultural competence program. Read More >>
Jobs to Careers: Promoting Work-Based Learning for Quality Care
Jobs to Careers is a national initiative that seeks to advance and reward the skill and career development of low-wage incumbent workers providing care and services on the front lines of our health and health care systems. (www.jobs2careers.org). Adopting the work-based learning model of training, Rose Schnitzer Manor built upon this program and helped set new training standards for community based care facilities. Read More >>
Nursing CNA Clinicals at Robsion Jewish Health Center
Robison is currently a clinical site for Caregiver Careers allowing CNA students to complete the practical hands on learning portion of their education under the guidance of instructors from their institution. These programs allow our nurses the opportunity to teach and also learn from the new students who see our world with fresh eyes.
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RJHC Provider/Surveyor Culture Change Work Group
The Culture Change Work Group is comprised of a group of twelve providers and surveyors across the state that come together to share ideas and problem solve issues surrounding creating person-centered environments for our residents and staff. Read More >>
Elder’s Family Learning Initiative (EFLI)
To assist families coping with the long term care system, Cedar Sinai Park has developed a program of education training classes. The EFLI program is specially designed to help families through challenges and struggles associated with the process of placing their aging relative in long-term care. Read More >>