My Story Champion Committment: University of Minnesota Amplatz Children's Hospital
10MYSTORY INTERIM REPORT #1Appendix BMyStory Champion Commitment MyStory Project UAMCH UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA AMPLATZ CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL July 1, 2011 Authored by: Cheristi Cogentta Rieke, ccognet1
11MYSTORY INTERIM REPORT #1 MyStory Champion Commitment MyStory Project UAMCHMyStory Champion Description:A MyStory Champion is a caregiver who is a role model for providing patient/familycentered care, and who is committed to strengthening the culture of care we provide thepediatric patients and families. A MyStory Champion has the ability and willingness todedicate time, energy and talent to support the MyStory initiative and to assist insustaining and disseminating this initiative. MyStory Champions actively demonstrate theUniversity of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital’s vision: Together we transform thehealth of children.Qualifications of the individuals: • Open to all interprofessional caregivers who work with pediatric patients at UAMCH • Embraces change and acts as a change agent • Positive, enthusiastic and approachable. • Demonstrates commitment to professional growth Actions reflect commitment to UMACH’s values of dignity, integrity, service and compassion and UAMCH’s focused culture work. • • Strong interpersonal and collaboration skills • Endorsed by peers, health team and management Actions and words reflect positive working relationship with co-workers, other disciplines and departments •
12MYSTORY INTERIM REPORT #1Functions:MyStory Champions serve as a liaison to interprofessional team members and workcollaboratively with pediatric inpatient unit/department leadership and MyStory PI(Cheristi Cogentta-Rieke) to: • Energize colleagues about the MyStory Initiative Educate peers and interprofessional co-workers about the importance and value of gathering and using the patient’s “story” • • Helps interprofessional team members recognize their role in the MyStory initiative Enlist and engages unit/department based committees and councils to get onboard with MyStory initiative •Responsibilities:MyStory interprofessional Champions demonstrate their active involvement andcontributions by doing the following: • Complete the MyStory education, play/practice with the MyStory tool in Epic • Attend the MyStory kick-off event Talk about MyStory with your peers – help them understand the importance of the initiative • • Be available to answer questions during your shift(s) about MyStory Provide peer-to-peer leadership for the MyStory education/go- live/maintain/sustain/disseminate plans. • Contribute to either unit or departmental publications/ activities aimed at the MyStory initiative •
13 Formally updates co-workers about MyStory related activities on a routine basis atMYSTORY INTERIM REPORT #1 meetings or through unit/department specific publications • Help co-workers be accountable for learning each patient’s story, using the MyStory tool in Epic, and using the “story” for a means of consistent interactions with • patients/families.Structure: Each unit/department should have one to two champions. The champions should be representative of the clinical area in regards to shifts and experience level (e.g. • experienced staff, newer staff, various shifts, etc) Meetings: The MyStory Champions will meet for 1 hour every month for sharing of ideas. Compensation: Payment for hours will be from a budget outside of the clinical care area.