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Patient Care Services Leadership Team
Jeanette Ives Erickson, RN, MS, FAANGaurdia E. Banister, RN, PhD, FAAN
Executive Director, The Institute for Patient Care
EDUCATION
1998


1983


1980
The University of Texas, Austin, TX
Ph.D. Psychiatric / Mental Health Nursing

The University of Texas, Austin, TX
MSN Major - Psychiatric / Mental health Nursing, Minor - Nursing Administration

University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY
BSN
POST-GRADUATE TRAINING
2006


2001


1994
Johnson and Johnson Wharton Fellows Program in Management for Nurse Executives
The University of Pennsylvania, PA


The Robert Wood Johnson Nurse Executive Fellows Program
University of California San Francisco, CA

National Leadership Fellow/Join Together
Sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Boston University School of Public Health, Boston, MA
EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
2007 - Present

Executive Director, The Institute for Patient Care

Providence Hospital, Washington, DC
2006 - 2007

2000 - 2006


1991 - 2000
Senior Vice President for Patient Care Services

Vice President for Patient Care Services (name change from Vice President for Nursing in January 2005)

Director of Nursing, Behavioral Health Services
Private Practice, Washington, DC
1992 - 2000
Consultant
Institute for Human Resources, Rockville, Maryland
1988 - 1991
Area Accounts Manager
Women's Counseling and Resource Center, Austin, Texas
1985 - 1988
Assistant Director
Counseling and Mental Health Center at The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas
1982 - 1985
Telephone Crisis Counselor
Colorado Psychiatric Hospital, affiliated with the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver, Colorado
1980 - 1982
Psychiatric Staff Nurse
LICENSURE
2014 – Present

2014 – Present

2015 – Present
Registered Nurse, MA

Registered Nurse, District of Columbia

Nurse Executive Advanced, ANCC
ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS
2011 – Present


2010 – Present


2008 – Present


2004 – 2007


1998 – 1999


Visiting Scholar, Connell School of Nursing at Boston College
Boston, MA

Associate Professor, College of Nursing and Health Sciences at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, MA

Professor, MGH Institute for Health Professions
Charlestown, MA

Research Associate, School of Nursing, The Catholic University of America
Washington, DC

Professor, Department of Nursing, School of Health Sciences, Sapporo Medical Center
Sapporo Japan
RESEARCH AND GRANT FUNDING
2015



2011


2005


2000


2000


1999


1998
Executive Committee on Teaching and Education, Developing Clinical Faculty to Support Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice: An Academic Practice Partnership, Massachusetts General Hospital, $28,750 Principle Investigator

Picker Institute “Always Responsive” Quality Demonstration Grant, Massachusetts General Hospital, $100,000, Principal Investigator

Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Nursing Workforce Diversity Grant Program. Providence Health Foundation, $ 800,000, Principal Investigator

Court Services and Offenders Supervision Agency (CSOSA). Providence Hospital, $930,000, Principal Investigator

High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA). Providence Hospital, $140,000, Principal Investigator

Addiction Prevention and Recovery Administration (APRA). Providence Hospital, $5,581,769, Principal Investigator

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Providence Hospital, $177,000, Principal Investigator
AWARDS & HONORS
2014

2014

2014


2013

2010


2010


2009


2009

2008

2008

Distinguished Alumna, The University of Wyoming

Diversity Prism Award, American Organization of Nurse Executives

Presidential Award, The New England Regional Black Nurses Association

Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing

Mary Eliza Mahoney Award, The American Nurses Association

Partners in Excellence Award My Giving Helps
Massachusetts General Hospital

Excellence Award in Management, Nursing Spectrum
New England Region

Partners in Excellence Award -The Council on Disabilities Awareness, Massachusetts General Hospital

Distinguished Alumna, The University of Texas at Austin School of Nursing

Distinguished Alumna, Fay W. Whitney School of Nursing, University of Wyoming

Sigma Theta Tau, Upsilon Lambda Chapter, Charter Member
MGH Institute for Health Professions
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
2016 – Present

2015 – Present

2013 – Present


2012 – Present

2012

2011 – Present


2011 – Present

2010 – 2015

2009 – 2015

2009 – Present

2009 – 2011

2009 – 2012

2008 – 2009


2008 – Present

2008 – Present

2008 – Present

Advisory Board, New England Regional Black Nurses Association

Member, University of Phoenix School of Nursing Advisory Board

Member, MGH Institute for Health Professions Advisory Committee for the Health Professions Education Program

Advisory Board, Boston Children’s Hospital Nursing Career Lattice Program

Visiting Scholar, Women & Infants Hospital, Providence, Rhode Island

Leadership Development Faculty, Organization of Nurse Leaders, Massachusetts and Rhode Island

Advisory Council, University of Texas School of Nursing Foundation

Treasurer, National Association of Health Services Executives NE

Vice President, New England Regional Black Nurses Association

Member, Massachusetts Association of Registered Nurses

Executive Nurse Fellows Advisor, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Reviewer, Susan G. Komen Massachusetts Affiliate Grant

Committee Member, MGH Institute of Health Professions, Board of Trustees Academic and Student Affairs

Member, Organization of Nurse Leaders- Massachusetts and Rhode Island

Advisory Board, Simmons School of Nursing and Health Sciences

National Advisory Member, Robert Wood Johnson New Careers in Nursing Scholarship Program
COMMUNITY SERVICE
2016 – Present
Board of Advisors, Charlestown YMCA
PUBLICATIONS
Banister, G. Creating an infrastructure that enhances professional practice and patient care services. In J. Ives Erickson, M. Ditomassi & D. Jones, (Eds.), Fostering a research intensive organization, (pp.17-37), 2015

Adams JM, Alexander G, Chisari RG, Banister G, McAuley M, Whitney K, and Ives Erickson J. Strengthening New Graduate Nurse Residency Programs in Critical Care: Recommendations from Nurse Residents and Organizational Stakeholders. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing. 46(1) 41-48, 2015. (2014 winner of the JCEN Innovation Award).

Banister, G., Bowen-Brady, H., & Winfrey, M.E., Using Career Nurse Mentors to Support Minority Nursing Students and Facilitate Their Transition to Practice. Journal of Professional Nursing (in press).

Mulready-Shick, J., Flanagan, K.M., Banister, G., Mylott, L., & Curtin, L.J., Evaluating Dedicated Education Units for Clinical Education Quality. Journal of Nursing Education,52(11), 606-614, 2013.

Banister, G., & Gennaro, S., Mentorship and best practices for mentorship. In J. Ives Erickson, D. Jones, & M. Ditomassi (Eds.), Fostering nurse-led care professional practice for the bedside from Massachusetts General Hospital, (pp.197-215), 2012.

Banister, G., & Winfrey, M. E., Enhancing diversity in nursing, a partnership approach. Journal of Nursing Administration, 42(3), 176-181, 2012.

Glazer, G., Ives Erickson, J., Mylott, L., Mulready-Schick, J., & Banister, G., Partnering and leadership: Core requirements for developing a dedicated education unit. Journal of Nursing Administration, 41(10), 401-406, 2011.

Oldham, K.E., Cosper, P., Wilson,M.F., & Banister, G., Developing a career advancement program for frontline nurses. In M. Gullatte, (Ed.) Nursing management principles and practice, (2nd ed.), (pp.873-894). Pittsburg, PA: Oncology Nursing Society Publishing, 2011

M.J., Mulready-Shick, J., Kafel, K., Banister, G., & Mylott, L., Enhancing quality and safety competency development at the unit level: An initial evaluation of student learning and clinical teaching on dedicated education units. Journal of Nursing Education, 48(12), 716-719, 2009

Banister, G., Process. In L. Thompson Adams & E. O’Neil (Ed.) Nurse executive, the four principles of management, (pp. 181-197). New York: Springer Publishing Company, 2008

Capoccia, V. & Banister, G., The gap between practice and research. The Counselor: Theory, Practice and Research 17(4), 23-24, 1999

Hackel, R., Butt, L., & Banister, G., How nurses perceive medication errors. Nursing Management, 27(1), 31-34, 1996

Banister, G., Stress, coping, social support and psychological distress: A comparative study of black and white professionally employed women. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Texas - Austin, 1988
MEDIA CITATIONS
2013



Blog
Time to Understand and Eliminate the Destructive Racial Disparities that Plague Our Health Care System.
RWJF Human Capital blog

PRESENTATIONS (partial listing)
2015


2015


2015



2015


2015



2015



2014


2014


2014


2013


2013

Banister, G. ABSN Convocation Speaker, The MGH Institute for Health Professions School of Nursing. Boston, MA, January

Banister, G. “Leadership Lessons: Expect the Unexpected”.
University of Massachusetts Boston, College of Nursing. Boston, MA, October

Banister, G. “Viewpoints from Where We Sit” Healthcare and the Gordian Knot: Preparing to Lead through Unprecedented Change, Challenge and Complexity, The Institute for Patient Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, June

Banister, G. Convocation Speaker, The University of Texas at Austin School of Nursing. Austin, TX, May

Banister, G. “The Future of Nursing: A 20 Year Perspective” Sigma Theta Tau Upsilon Lambda Chapter, MGH Institute for Health Professions School of Nursing, Boston, MA, April

Banister, G. “Cultural Awareness Through Self Reflection” Joyce C. Clifford Leadership Seminar, Organization of Nurse Leaders, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, Boston, MA, April

Banister, G. “Cultural Awareness Through Self Reflection” MGH Institute for Health Professions School of Nursing, Boston, MA, May

Banister, G. “Cultural Awareness Through Self Reflection” MGH Institute for Health Professions School of Nursing, Boston, MA, February

Banister, G. “Cultural Competence: A Critical Element of Leadership Practice” Northeastern University School of Nursing, Boston, MA, January

Banister, G. “The Clinical Leadership Collaborative for Diversity in Nursing” The National Black Nurse Association 41st Annual Conference and Institute, New Orleans, LA, July

Banister, G.“Caring for the Self: Keys to Leadership Success” The American Association of Colleges of Nursing 2012- 2013 Executive Development Series. Washington, DC, April
PRESENTATIONS (Poster)
Oct. 2015




May. 2015



Apr. 2015




May. 2013




Apr. 2013

Banister,G., Jampel, A., Schnider, M., Fitzgerald, P. & Co, J. Developing Clinical Faculty to Support Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice: An Academic –Practice Partnership. Poster Presentation at the Interprofessional Education: Building a Framework for Collaboration IPEC Institute, Herndon, VA

Townsend, C., Banister, G. Emerging Nurses: Transforming the Transition to Practice for Diverse Nursing Students. Poster Presentation Massachusetts General Hospital Nursing Research Expo, Boston, MA.

Townsend, C., Banister, G. Emerging Nurses: Transforming the Transition to Practice for Diverse Nursing Students. Poster Presentation at the 2015 New England Regional Black Nurses Association Spring Conference, the Evolving Health System Caring for the Community and Ourselves, Norwood, MA.

Banister, G., Mylott, L., Mulready-Schick, J., Flanagen, K. Capodilupo, T., Morgan, B., Lantieri, M. Enriching Undergraduate Education: A Randomized Study Comparing a Dedicated Education Unit Model (DEU) with Traditional Education. Poster presentation at the Massachusetts General Hospital Nursing Research Expo, Boston, MA.

Mylott, L., Banister, G., Mulready-Schick, J., Flanagen, K. Enriching Undergraduate Education: A Randomized Study Comparing a Dedicated Education Unit Model (DEU) with Traditional Education. Poster presentation at the Eastern Nursing Research Society, 25th Annual Scientific Sessions Nursing Research: A Bridge to the Future of Healthcare, Boston, MA.

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