I nominated Christa-Marie Magee, RN, BSN for the OMNE: Nursing Leaders of Maine Emerging Nurse Leader Award as she is the definition of our young, new emerging nurse leaders in healthcare. She is a Registered Nurse Clinical Manager at a busy MMP Internal Medicine practice in Falmouth, and at the same time is in school to become a nurse practitioner. Her leadership is exemplified by her role in the development of a pilot program that changes a care protocol and benefits older adults in Maine.Read More
Peggy leads a multidisciplinary team of healthcare professionals and is a positive role model with a strong trusted scope of influence. She is respected for her clinical expertise and routinely steps up to cover for other leaders. As a leader she guides with intent to assist others in growing and working together for optimal patient outcomes using evidence based practice.
Consistent with the mission of OMNE, Peggy is known for promoting sound health care policies within our organizations and at the state, local and national level. Her dedication to the health of our communities is evidenced by her active participation as a board member of New Beginnings, and the Red Cross, secretary for OMNE Maine, facilitation of heart attack and stroke awareness, instructor for BLS, ACLS, and dedication to primary & secondary cardiovascular prevention.
OMNE is proud to award the 2016 Nursing Leadership Award to Peggy McRae on June 23rd at the MHA Summer Forum in Rockport.
Materials for the 2016 Maine Nursing Summit are available here for download.
Matt Whiat – “START WITH WHY”
Janet Silvestri – “THE POWER OF GRATITUDE IN THE AGE OF COMPASSION FATIGUE”
Gertrude Kent, RN-BSN, Maine Medical Center – “SAME DAY DISCHARGE AFTER PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION”
Carol MacKenzie, RN, BSN, Lunder-Dineen; Taffy Davis, MSN, RN-BC, Franklin Memorial Hospital – “ADVANCING A TEAM-BASED, MULTIGENERATIONAL LEARNING CULTURE”
Keri Holst, RN, BSN, St. Joseph’s Hospital – “SCREENING FOR SUCIDALITY IN THE EMERGENCY ROOM”
Deborah Saber, PHD, RN, CCRN, Univ. of Maine – “CHANGES OVER TIME: SENIOR NURSING STUDENT EXPECTATIONS OF WORK & THE WORKPLACE“