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The Spring 2017 Nursing Education Speaker Series Schedule is Here

Created Mar 02 2017, 08:34 PM by Unknown
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We have an exceptional schedule lined up for you this spring for Lippincott's Nursing Education Speaker Series! With topics ranging from how to prepare your program for accreditation to how to get your students to think like a nurse, these experienced nurse educators have a tremendous amount of insightful and relevant knowledge to share.

The complete spring 2017 schedule is listed below; click the box below to register for any session and check back here for any updates.

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Tips and Tricks for Online Teaching

Wednesday March 1, 2pm Central/3pm Eastern

Presenter: Connie Houser, MSN, RNC-OB, CNE, Central Carolina Technical College

Connie Houser will share tips for how to create an effective online teaching/learning environment including ways to stimulate online discussions and measure learning in the online environment. Tricks to avoid common pitfalls of online teaching will help you develop an effective online teaching style.

Preparing Practice Ready Nurses: How Can Relational Inquiry Help?

Friday March 3, 2017, 10am Central/11am Eastern

Presenters: Gweneth Doane, University of Victoria, and Colleen Varcoe, University of British Columbia

New graduates work in increasingly complex spaces of care. They are expected to come with a thorough and sound knowledge base, strong clinical skills, good clinical judgment and decision-making making abilities. Learn how relational inquiry can provide this foundational preparation and support students to become competent, confident practitioners.

Nuts and Bolts of Accreditation: Is Your Program Ready?

Thursday March 9, 2017, 10am Central/11am Eastern

Presenter: LaWanda Herron, Holmes Community College

The need for faculty to understand the accreditation process cannot be overstated. Keeping accreditation as the central theme, we will review key components of the accreditation process and identify strategies that can be utilized to create a culture of accreditation awareness. Whether your accreditation is in one year or eight years, having faculty well versed in the accreditation process is vital.

Interactive, Engaging Learning - What's the Big Deal?

Friday March 17, 2017, 11am Central/noon Eastern

Presenter: Sue Davis, RN, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs

The talk in our profession continues to increase about flipping the classroom and student engagement. Learn how to employ these strategies in both the clinical and classroom settings without developing gray hairs.

How to Get Your Students to Think Like a Nurse

Wednesday March 29, 2pm Central/3pm Eastern

Presenter: Shannon Vorlick, APRN, MSN, RN, Trident Technical College

Are you on the quest of getting your nursing students to think like a nurse? Discover how incorporating Tanner's Clinical Judgment Model with today's active learning strategies can help foster clinical reasoning in your nursing students. This webinar will review Tanner's Clinical Judgment Model and demonstrate purposeful activities that can be incorporated in the classroom and simulation setting to get your students thinking like a nurse.

Compassionate and Effective Leadership Practices

Thursday April 13, 2017, 2pm Central/3pm Eastern

Presenter: Teri Pipe, PhD, RN, Arizona State University Chief Well-Being Officer, Dean & Professor, College of Nursing & Health Innovation

We will discuss appreciating the power of mindfulness and self-compassion in leadership. Translating self-compassion into leading others and organizations is a practice important for anyone in a leadership position. Practical strategies will be provided during this webinar.

Building Clinical Reasoning with a Concept-Based Curriculum

Wednesday April 26, 2017, 3pm Central / 4pm Eastern

Presenter: Terri Kyle, MSN, CPNP, Herzing University

Faculty can all agree that the fast-paced contemporary health care arena requires nurses with astute clinical reasoning skills! Educating from a concept-based curriculum is the solution. Suggestions for making the move toward a curriculum providing an opportunity for deeper learning will be explored. Concept definition and exemplar identification will be introduced. Faculty will gain the tools needed to begin curricular transformation!

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Check back here for more sessions to be added soon.