A recent TEDxColumbus talk on innovation and nursing was given by Tim Raderstorf, DNP, RN. Tim is a nurse, teacher, and Chief Innovation Officer at Ohio State University, and co-author of the book Evidence-based Leadership, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship in Nursing and Healthcare.
You want to help, right? That’s what Buckeyes do — we help.
And many of us are wondering right now what we can do to pay forward during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak while also practicing social distancing to combat the spread of the virus.
One way is to use your mind.
“We need to better utilize each other’s skill sets, to lean on each other in this time of need and uncertainty,” said Tim Raderstorf, chief innovation officer at The Ohio State University College of Nursing. “This is a fortuitous opportunity to help the community.”
The Ohio State University College of Nursing’s Innovation Studio will be awarded the 2019 BizTech Nonprofit of the Year Award from Columbus Business First, the business news and information authority in Central Ohio.
Columbus Business First began the annual BizTech Awards five years ago in order to recognize promising startups, entrepreneurs and innovations in the city. The Innovation Studio is among 18 other businesses and individual entrepreneurs to win an award in one of eight different categories. This is the second year in a row that the Innovation Studio has received a BizTech award.
“The Innovation Studio is about people. People are our most valuable technology at Ohio State, and the Innovation Studio affords a new avenue for our students, faculty and staff to converge in solving the big problems that impact our community,” said Tim Raderstorf, chief innovation officer of the College of Nursing. “Receiving the BizTech Nonprofit of the Year Award provides the Innovation Studio with a broad platform to connect and collaborate with the community and showcase our philosophy that every technology begins and ends with people.”
An award ceremony to celebrate the winner’s accomplishments will be held on Wednesday, December 4 at Vue Columbus in the Brewery District.
Watch our short video to learn more about the Innovation Studio.
The Ohio State University College of Nursing launched The Innovation Studio – Mirror Lake in Pomerene Hall on March 20.
The Innovation Studio – Mirror Lake is the second innovation studio space on campus focused on fostering interprofessional collaboration in creating healthcare solutions. Similar to the movable maker space, this studio will offer a stable location for students, faculty and staff to share and develop their ideas for healthcare products, services or software. The Innovation Studio – Mirror Lake will also offer resources, mentors and robust prototyping tools to help develop ideas into a commercial reality.
The Innovation Studio – Mirror Lake will host workshops with topics such as product design, pitch development, interprofessional collaboration and maker skills, and provides project mentors and daily technical support.
The Innovation Studio – Mirror Lake has been made possible thanks to generous donations from the Translational Data Analytics Institute (TDAI) and College of Nursing alumna Connie Hahn Sharpe and her husband Gary.
September 21 - 22
Longaberger Alumni House
2200 Olentangy River Rd, Columbus, OH 43210
A Nurse Practitioner was inspired to start her own practice.
A nurse developed an online educational platform for the Keto diet.
A researcher is commercializing a new botanical for cancer patients.
They came with dreams and left with opportunities. You can too!
Learn from experts how to:
- Apply innovation and entrepreneurial principles to traditional healthcare settings
- Develop your own business plan
- Start and manage a small business
- Market your practice
- Pitch your ideas
- And so much more!
View last year's agenda:
- Day 1: September 23, 2019
8:30 – 9:05 a.m.
Registration and Breakfast
9:05 – 9:25 a.m.
Welcome and Where to Begin
Tim Raderstorf, DNP, RN
9:25 – 10:15 a.m.
Perfecting your Pitch and Pitch Off Exercise
Tim Raderstorf, DNP, RN
10:15 – 11:00 a.m.
Breakout session 1
- Innovation-Based Practice
Mike Ackerman, DNS, RN CENP, FCCM, FNAP, FAANP
- How to Start a Healthcare Business (Not a Practice)
Stacy Fusner, DNP, RN
11:00 – 11:15 a.m.
11:15 – noon
Breakout Session 2
- Research to Commercialization
Dr. Melissa Bailey, Lisa Militello, PhD, MPH, RN, Dr. Simon Lin, Caroline Crisafulli
Moderated by Mary Beth Happ, PhD, RN, FAAN, FGSA
- Tales from A Serial Medical Device Entrepreneur
Dr. Subinoy Das
Noon – 1 p.m.
1:00 – 1:45 p.m.
Breakout Session 3
- Commercialization at Ohio State
- Entrepreneurial Journey
1:45 – 2:00 p.m.
2:00 – 3:30 p.m.
Breakout Session 4
- Extended Marketing Breakout
- Extended Finance Breakout
Book and Street Team
3:30 – 3:45 p.m.
3:45 – 4:30 p.m.
Dream the Dream and Capture the Vision for Entrepreneurship
Bernadette Melnyk, PhD, RN, APRN-CNP, FAANP, FNAP, FAAN
4:30 – 6:00 p.m.
Poster Speed Dating and Networking Reception
- Innovation-Based Practice
- Day 2: September 24, 2019
8:30 – 9:00 a.m.
9:00 – 9:10 a.m.
9:15 – 10:00 a.m.
Breakout Session 5
- Help! I have too many ideas!
Audra Hanners, MSN, RN, APRN-CNP
- Non-traditional pathways in Healthcare
Miranda Gill, Dr. Karen Guiliano, Dr. Bonnie Clipper, Dr. David Eckmann
Moderated by Tim Raderstorf, DNP, RN
10:05 – 11:35 a.m.
Extended Breakout Session
Building your Brand
Zoco Design Team
LLCs and Legalities
11:35 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
12:30 – 1:15 p.m.
Breakout Session 6
- Where are they Now?
Dr. Zeenia Kaul, Anastasia Christopher, Mandy Minick
- How to Start your own Practice
Beth Bish and Christine Clymer
1:20 – 2:05 p.m.
How to Develop a Business Plan
2:05 – 2:20 p.m.
2:20 – 3:20 p.m.
Developing a Business Plan in Small Groups
Tim Raderstorf, DNP, RN
3:20 – 4:00 p.m.
4:00 – 4:15 p.m.
Wrap-up and Evaluations
- Help! I have too many ideas!
The Ohio State University College of Nursing invited individuals to showcase their work on improving the health and wellbeing of the world through healthcare innovation. Selected individuals will share their exciting innovation by presenting a poster and/or product during our cocktail reception on Monday, September 23.
Partnership using national Million Hearts® initiative strategies aims to help at-risk faculty and staff at Ohio State live healthier lives
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Partners from several of The Ohio State University’s health sciences colleges and the Richard M. Ross Heart Hospital cut a ceremonial ribbon today to officially open a first-in-the-nation clinic that features an innovative, evidence-based, interdisciplinary model aimed at decreasing risks for cardiovascular disease in at-risk faculty and staff at Ohio State.
The Million Hearts® Clinic at Ohio State uses evidence-based interventions and education espoused by the national Million Hearts® initiative, an effort co-led by the Centers for Disease Control and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services with the explicit goal to prevent one million heart attacks and strokes in the United States by 2022. That includes preventive lifestyle modifications guided by focusing on what the Million Hearts® initiative calls the “ABCS” of care: aspirin therapy, blood pressure control, cholesterol management and smoking cessation. The Ohio State clinic has added a focus on stress reduction to that list because of the known adverse effects of chronic stress on the cardiovascular system. Research shows that focusing on these elements of cardiovascular disease prevention can reduced risk by as much as 80 percent and save more than 100,000 lives every year.
“We are thrilled to pioneer this innovative interprofessional approach to preventive wellness care that we hope can serve as a model nationwide,” said Vice President for Health Promotion, University Chief Wellness Officer, and dean of the College of Nursing Bernadette Mazurek Melnyk, PhD, RN, APRN-CNP, FAANP, FNAP, FAAN. “The Colleges of Nursing, Medicine, Pharmacy, and Education and Human Ecology along with the Ross Heart Hospital are coming together to dream, discover, and deliver a brighter and healthier future to improve heart health in our Buckeye family.”
“Since its launch, the Million Hearts® initiative has aimed to galvanize and mobilize partners in pursuit of the audacious yet attainable goal of preventing one million heart attacks and strokes,” said Janet S. Wright MD, FACC, executive director of the Million Hearts® initiative. “We know that when communities and their health care systems work together, millions of Americans across the country can live longer, healthier lives, free of heart disease and stroke. Finding those at risk and connecting them to care and community resources can take down the nation’s number one killer.
“This is what makes the efforts of the partners at The Ohio State University so exciting,” Wright continued. “By putting into practice many of the priorities, tools and practices advanced by the Million Hearts® initiative, Ohio State is demonstrating true leadership in cardiovascular disease prevention and a very real commitment to improving health of the university community.”
For the pilot, this clinic seeks to engage faculty and staff from Ohio State between the ages of 21-75. Participants can be either employees or spouses of employees and must have at least one of the following risk factors:
- Pre-hypertension or hypertension
- Nicotine addiction
- Elevated cholesterol
- A first-degree relative who had an early heart attack or stroke (under the age of 55)
Participants will first take a brief pre-survey about their health, health behaviors and health beliefs. Advanced practice nursing students, who will be overseen by nursing faculty, will then conduct a cardiovascular assessment. Patients will get individualized counseling on ways to reduce their cardiovascular risk according to the Million Hearts® initiative’s goals. Participants will self-identify key areas in their life that they want to improve and will receive prescriptions for lifestyle modifications such as exercise, diet, smoking cessation and stress reduction. The participants will then be referred to the other health sciences colleges for individualized coaching in these areas. Follow-up screenings at three- and six-month intervals will allow for comparison of the interventions over time.
“This clinic furthers our focus on proactive well-care rather than reactive sick care,” said Kate Gawlik, DNP, RN, APRN-CNP, FAANP, assistant professor of clinical nursing and project manager of the Million Hearts® initiative at Ohio State’s College of Nursing. “We are very excited about its potential and about the partnerships, professionals and students involved who will truly help our faculty and staff live healthier lives.”
The Million Hearts® Clinic at Ohio State will be offered in two locations (the College of Nursing’s Newton Hall and the Physical Activity and Education Services building) on the Columbus campus. The clinic will be offered 1-2 times per month throughout the 2019-2021 academic years.
In 2013, Dr. Bernadette Melnyk founded The National Interprofessional Education and Practice Consortium to Advance Million Hearts®, which now consists of more than 170 universities and organizations who are working together to improve cardiovascular health and well-being under the Million Hearts® initiative philosophy. An educational module built by the Colleges of Nursing, Medicine, and Pharmacy has led to the cardiovascular screening and education of more than 70,000 people nationwide.
“The Million Hearts® word and logo marks, and the Be One in a Million Hearts® slogan and logo marks and associated trade dress are owned by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Use of these marks does not imply endorsement by HHS. Use of the marks also does not necessarily imply that the materials have been reviewed or approved by HHS.”
By the Numbers:
- Nearly half of all American adults – an estimated 121 million adults – have some form of cardiovascular disease (American Heart Association)
- Goal of Million Hearts® initiative: prevent one million heart attacks and strokes in the U.S. by 2022
The Ohio State University College of Nursing’s Innovation Studio received the 2018 BizTech Award for Outstanding Service from Columbus Business First, the business news and information authority in Central Ohio.
Columbus Business First began the annual BizTech Awards four years ago in order to recognize promising startups, entrepreneurs and innovations in the city. The Innovation Studio was among 21 other businesses and individual entrepreneurs to win an award in one of the nine different categories.
“The Innovation Studio is about people. People are our most valuable technology at Ohio State, and the Innovation Studio affords a new avenue for our students, faculty and staff to converge in solving the big problems that impact our community,” said Tim Raderstorf, chief innovation officer of the College of Nursing. “Receiving the BizTech Outstanding Service Award provides the Innovation Studio with a broad platform to connect and collaborate with the community and showcase the value that every technology begins and ends with people.”
An award ceremony to celebrate the winner’s accomplishments was held on Tuesday, December 4 at Vue Columbus in the Brewery District.
Watch our short video to learn more about the Innovation Studio.
The Rita & Alex Hillman Foundation has announced that it will award two of the eight 2018 Hillman Emergent Innovation grants to projects led by researchers from The Ohio State University College of Nursing. These grants support nursing-driven innovation for vulnerable populations.
Both projects innovate with collaboration between the College of Nursing and other Ohio State colleges. The projects are:
- Turning Sick Care into Well Care for Homebound Older Adults and Their Pets
Pets are highly valued companions and can be especially helpful in improving health outcomes in homebound elderly populations who may otherwise be isolated. POP (Pet Owner and Pet) Care creates an inter-professional team consisting of a nurse practitioner, a veterinarian and a social worker to address the healthcare needs of homebound older adults and their pets. The expectation is that the improved health of the person-pet dyad will correlate with better health and well-being outcomes for the pet owner.
Principal Investigator: Bernadette Melnyk, PhD, RN, APRN-CNP, FAANP, FNAP, FAAN, The Ohio State University College of Nursing.
Co-Is: Laurie Millward, DVM, MS, DACVP, The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Holly Dabelko-Schoeny, PhD, The Ohio State University College of Social Work.
- Peer Mentoring Middle School Youth in Appalachia to Improve Lifestyle Behaviors and Health Outcomes
Young people in rural Appalachia suffer from worse health outcomes and practice fewer positive health behaviors than their counterparts elsewhere in the U.S. Leveraging the power of peer group dynamics and social networking, this nurse-designed initiative trains tenth-grade mentors to help guide middle school students towards lifelong healthy behaviors and improved health outcomes.
Principal Investigator: Laureen Smith, PhD, RN, FAAN, The Ohio State University College of Nursing.
Co-Is: Rick Petosa, PhD, The Ohio State University College of Education and Human Ecology and Abigail Shoben, PhD, The Ohio State University College of Public Health.
These projects were selected from an initial pool of over 140 applicants for the highly competitive grants. Read more about the program and projects selected.
On Sept. 13 and 14, 2018, the College of Nursing’s Office of Innovation and Strategic Partnerships will be hosting the fourth annual Healthcare Innovation and Entrepreneurship Workshop. The event will take place at The Longaberger Alumni House at The Ohio State University, located at 2220 Olentangy River Road, Columbus, Ohio. All are welcome, and this event may be of special interest to Ohio State faculty and staff, College of Nursing alumni, the Wexner Medical Center staff, healthcare and business professionals and research and innovation peers.
This two-day workshop will provide an overview of important business fundamentals and tips on how to integrate innovation and entrepreneurship principles into practice. Attendees will learn from experts on how to develop a business plan, start and manage a small business, pitch ideas, understand legal considerations for business ventures and more. There will also be a number of renowned speakers at the event, including College of Nursing Dean Bernadette Melnyk, PhD, RN, APRN-CNP, FAANP, FNAP, FAAN.
Registration for the event is now open. Fees paid in person before Sept. 1 are $325 and increase to $375 after Sept. 1. The price for past participants and Ohio State students is $125. Those with an osu.edu or osumc.edu email, or those who refer a colleague who registers at the full rate, will receive a $25 discount. The registration cost includes breakfast and lunch both days, parking fees, shuttle access from many local hotels and a happy-hour reception on the first day.
The deadline to register is Sept. 7, 2018. Send any questions to Tim Raderstorf, chief innovation officer, at email@example.com.
Plan to join the Office of Innovation and Strategic Partnerships from The Ohio State University College of Nursing for the Interprofessional Innovation Symposium on April 24 from 4–6 p.m. in The Blackwell Ballroom.
This event will feature an engaging conversation focused on innovation in healthcare. Matt Scantland, co-founder and CEO of CoverMyMeds, and his colleagues Pamela Rowan, director of prior authorization content, and Reena Brown, engineering manager, will discuss how interprofessional innovation served as a foundation for one of the most successful healthcare information technology companies in central Ohio history. The CoverMyMeds recruitment team will also be available to discuss employment opportunities with the company.
This event is FREE and open to the public. Our networking reception will include complimentary drinks and heavy hors d’oeuvres. There will also be an opportunity to interact with teams from our Innovation Studio, who will be showcasing their projects.
Don’t miss this night of innovation, inspiration and networking. You must RSVP by April 17.
This event is sponsored by the Ohio State Colleges of Nursing, Pharmacy, Public Health, Medicine, Engineering, Fisher College of Business and the Technology Commercialization Office.