Webinar Series

Our philosophy is simple: Learning Never Ends. Everything we offer – authoritative content, innovative software, hands on services – is designed to help students, teachers, and practitioners in the nursing profession bridge the gap between the classroom and clinical practice to ensure lifelong professional competency.

The state of nursing is changing and Wolters Kluwer is dedicated to partnering with educators and industry leaders to address the changes needed to prepare today’s students.

Nursing Education Webinar Series

Nursing Education Speaker Series

Hosted by Lippincott and the National League for Nursing, the Nursing Education Speaker Series webinars are led by experienced leaders in nursing education. Topics focus on the issues that matter most to you, and help address the changes needed to engage today’s students, clinical readiness, and NCLEX success.

You are welcome to participate in all sessions, or select only the topics that interest you most. As a participant, you will receive a certificate of attendance.

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Our Fall 2018 Speaker Series schedule is below:

OCT
25

Innovating an Ancient Technique to Teach Thinking
Thursday, October 25, 2 pm Central / 3 pm Eastern
Presenters: Susan Gross Forneris, PhD, RN, CNE, CHSE-A, Excelsior Director, NLN Center for Innovation in Simulation and Technology, National League for Nursing and Jone Tiffany DNP, MA, RN, CNE, CHSE, ANEF, Professor of Nursing, Bethel University

NOV
5

Strategies for Teaching and Assessing Students’ Nursing Clinical Judgment Skills
Monday, November 5, 2:00 pm Central / 3:00 pm Eastern
Presenters: Diane Billings, Diane M. Billings, EdD, RN, FAAN, ANEF, Chancellor’s Professor Emeritus, Indiana University School of Nursing, Indianapolis and Desiree Hensel, BS, MS, PhD, Dean of the School of Nursing, Curry College

OCT
31

Integrating Technical and Soft Skills into Simulation
Wednesday, October 31, 10 am Central / 11:00 am Eastern
Presenter: Jennifer L. Bartlett PhD, RN-BC, CNE, CHSE, Assistant Professor, Georgia Baptist College of Nursing, Mercer University

NOV
6

The Key to Reaching the Quadruple Aim in Healthcare: Educating Students at All Levels to Attain Competency in Evidence-based Practice
Tuesday, November 6, 12 noon Central / 1:00 pm Eastern
Presenter: Bernadette Mazurek Melnyk, PhD, RN, APRN-CNP, FAANP, FNAP, FAAN, Vice President for Health Promotion, University Chief Wellness Officer, Dean and Professor, College of Nursing, The Ohio State University

NOV
13

Building a Civil and Healthy Academic Work Environment
Tuesday, November 13, 2 pm Central / 3 pm Eastern
Presenters: Elaine Tagliareni, EdD, RN, CNE, FAAN | Consultant | National League for Nursing and Barbara Patterson, PhD, BSN, MSN, Distinguished Professor and Director of the PhD Program in the School of Nursing, Associate Dean for Scholarship and Inquiry, Widener University

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Product Preview Webinar Series

Join us for in-depth demonstrations of our leading digital solutions. Scroll down for detailed information on each webinar and registration links. Multiple dates and times are available for each topic.

Webinar Overview

Lippincott DocuCare Series

Teach your students to think critically about documentation with Lippincott DocuCare. This innovative digital solution integrates over 200 patient scenarios with web-based academic EHR simulation software, allowing students to learn how to use an EHR in a safe, true-to-life setting, while enabling instructors to measure their progress. Lippincott DocuCare is designed for use in both the classroom and simulation lab.

Lippincott PassPoint for NCLEX-RN and NCLEX-PN Series

Designed to help students succeed on the NCLEX and make a successful transition from classroom to real-world practice settings, Lippincott PassPoint integrates the power of adaptive learning, evidence-based content, and real-time performance data. Aligned to the 2016 NCLEX test plan, Lippincott PassPoint is designed to meet the needs of both U.S. and Canadian students and is available for both the NCLEX-PN and NCLEX-RN. Compared to the national NCLEX passing average (83.04%), students who reported using Lippincott PassPoint during their final semester at nursing school had a 94.59% pass rate on the NCLEX.

vSim for Nursing Series

Help your nursing students develop clinical reasoning skills, competence, and confidence through vSim for Nursing, co-developed by Wolters Kluwer and Laerdal Medical, with evidence-based patient scenarios created by the National League for Nursing (NLN). Desgmed to simulate real nursing scenarios, vSim for Nursing allows students to interact with patients in a safe, realistic environment, available anytime, anywhere.

This fall we will be hosting preview sessions for Mental Health, Medical-Surgical, Pharmacology, Health Assessment, and Maternity and Pediatric Nursing.

Lippincott Clinical Experiences

Expose your students to real-world clinical situations in diverse settings, situations, and populations! How? With Lippincott Clinical Experiences: Community, Public, and Population Health Nursing, which presents engaging environments that provide real-life applications of key community, public, and population concepts.

Prepare your students for practice. Ensure your graduates understand the multifaceted nature of community, public, and population health and are consistently exposed to diverse settings, situations, and populations!

Webinar Archive

Webinar Archive

Activity Statements, Client Needs, and Logits: Understanding the Language of the NCLEX

Presented by: Desiree Hensel, Indiana University|March 17, 2016

Effective Test Development and Item Writing for NCLEX Questions

Presented by: Desiree Hensel, Indiana University|September 27, 2016

Designing Effective NCLEX Preparation to Manage Test-Taking Anxiety

Presented by: Dr. Tricia O’Hara|April 2016

Revising Your NCLEX-Style Test Questions

Presented by: Diane Billings, EdD, RN, FAAN, ANEF, Chancellor's Professor Emeritus, Indiana University School of Nursing |November 8, 2017

Bringing the NCLEX Test Plan to Life: Orientation through the Final Exam

Presented by: Diana Rupert, PhD, RN, CNE, Administrator, Indiana County Technology Center, School of Practical Nursing, and Assistant Professor, Indiana University of Pennsylvania|October 25, 2017

Activity Statements, Client Needs, and Logits: Understanding the Language of the NCLEX

Presented by: Desiree Hensel, Indiana University|March 17, 2016

Effective Test Development and Item Writing for NCLEX Questions

Presented by: Desiree Hensel, Indiana University|September 27, 2016

Designing Effective NCLEX Preparation to Manage Test-Taking Anxiety

Presented by: Dr. Tricia O’Hara|April 2016

Building Clinical Reasoning with a Concepts-Based Curriculum

Presented by: Terri Kyle, Herzing University|April 26, 2017

Taking Conceptual Learning to the Bedside: Putting Concepts into Practice

Presented by: Terri Kyle, Herzing University|April 26, 2017

Engaging Students in the Concept-Based Curriculum

Presented by: Dr. Linda North and Dr. Lisa Shiver, Southern Union State Community College|March 24, 2016

Making the Most of Simulation in Your Curriculum

Bette Mariani, PhD, RN, ANEF, Villanova University College of Nursing|October 18, 2017

Flipping the Clinical Simulation Lab Using a Simulated EHR

Presented by: Nicole Smith and Mary Pat Ulicny, University of Maryland|November 1, 2016

Curriculum and Simulation: Are They Related?

Presented by: Elaine Tagliareni and Susan Forneris, National League for Nursing|August 26, 2016

Sim Beyond the Sim Lab

Presented by: Elaine Tagliareni and Susan Forneris, National League for Nursing|March 21, 2016

How to Get Students to Think Like a Nurse

Presented by: Shannon Vorlick, Trident Technical College|March 29, 2016

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

Presented by: Sue Davis, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs|March 17, 2016

Enhancing Student Engagement in a Digital World

Presented by: Lauren Kendall, Florida State University|September 26, 2016

Engaging Students in the Concept-Based Curriculum

Presented by: Dr. Linda North and Dr. Lisa Shiver, Southern Union State Community College|March 24, 2016

Assessment and Evaluation of Student Learning in Nursing Education: Broadening Your Strategies

Presented by: Marilyn Oermann, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN & Thelma M Ingles, Professor of Nursing, Director of Evaluation and Educational Research, Duke University School of Nursing|March 5, 2018

What do Nursing Students Need to Know about Mental-Physical Health Connections

Presented by: Mary Ann Boyd, PhD, DNS, PMHCNS-BC, Nurse Educator, VHA Saint Louis Health Care System|November 3, 2017

Using Technology to Enhance Student Learning: Getting the Bang for Your Buck

Jone Tiffany, DNP, MA, RN, CNE, CHSE, ANEF |October 16, 2017

Improving Nursing Student Skills in Assessing and Addressing the Social Determinants of Health

Susan Swider, PhD, PHNA-BC, FAAN, Rush University|October 12, 2017

Foundations for Interprofessional Education

Julie Poore, DNP, RN, CHSE, Clinical Assistant Professor, Indiana University School of Nursing |October 10, 2017

Moving Simulation Forward: Your SCOR Matters

Presented by: Colette Foisy-Doll, MacEwan University and Kim Leighton, DeVry Medical International|May 3, 2017

Be Here Now: The Basis of Reflective Practice

Presented by: Kathleen Quinn|May 9, 2017

Compassionate and Effective Leadership Practices

Presented by: Teri Pipe, Arizona State University|April 13, 2017

Student Technology Findings in Curriculum Solutions

Presented by: Sue Forneris and Elaine Tagliareni, National League for Nursing|March 30, 2017

Nuts and Bolts of Accreditation: Is Your Program Ready?

Presented by: LaWanda Herron, Holmes CC|March 9, 2017

Preparing Practice Ready Nurses: How Can Relational Inquiry Help?

Presented by: Colleen Varcoe, University of British Columbia|March 3, 2017

Tips and Tricks for Online Teaching

Presented by: Connie Houser, Central Carolina Technical College|March 1, 2017

Teaching with Cases: Strategies for Learning In and Out of the Classroom

Presented by: Larry Slater, New York University|October 13, 2016

Evidence Based Practice in Nursing Education: The Nuts and Bolts of Integration

Presented by: Kathleen Williamson, Midwestern State University|October 6, 2016

Using the GPS of Formative and Summative Assessment to Guide Teaching and Learning

Presented by: Dr. Rose Rossi Schwartz, Widener University|March 16, 2016

Nurses Week: Culture of Safety: It Starts With You: Weaving Safety Throughout the Nursing Education Curriculum

Presented by: Constance Hirnle, Dr. Christine Henshaw, and Caley deNevers|May 2016

Roving Leadership Part 1: Uncovering the Leader in You

Janice Brewington, PhD, RN, FAAN, Chief Program Officer and Director, NLN Center for Transformation; and Salvatore Tagliareni, PhD|March 2018

Readiness for Practice: What does that Mean and How do We Get There?

Barbara Patterson, PhD, RN, ANEF, Widener University; and Elaine Tagliareni ,EdD, RN, CNE, FAAN|April 2018

Teaching to Context: a Story-Based Approach

Amy Mandeville O’Meara, DrNP, WHNP, AGNP|April 2018

Roving Leadership: Part 2: Applying Roving Leadership in your Current Role

Janice Brewington, PhD, RN, FAAN, Chief Program Officer and Director, NLN Center for Transformation; and Salvatore Tagliareni, PhD|May 2018

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