National Nurses Week is a chance for us to honor nurses for the work they do, and to help educate the public about the vital role they play in our nation’s health care system.
Here at Wolters Kluwer, we are committed to helping nursing instructors and administrators effectively train the nurses of tomorrow in the classroom today. By utilizing cutting-edge learning methods and adaptive technology, we’re helping nursing students navigate the many lessons they need to master to become competent and confident nurses.
This year’s theme – "Inspire, Innovate, Influence" – goes to the heart of what we strive to do every day to help nursing students and instructors. We’re proud to celebrate these invaluable members of our workforce who are at the forefront of patient care.
Inspiration for Strong Leaders: Compassionate and Effective Leadership Practices
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.
How to Get Your Students to Think Like a Nurse: Strategies to Help Your Students Reach the Next Level
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 white paper reviews 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.
Getting Bang for Your Buck: Using Technology to Enhance Student Learning
This session discussed practical tips for easy (and free!) technologies you can incorporate in your teaching in and out of your classroom. Looking for easy ways to effectively flip your classroom? The webinar discussed concrete tools and tips that will help with the goal of getting the knowledge and prep to happen before class, and the application to happen during the students’ time with you.
Voices of Experience: Surviving and Thriving in a Resource Constrained Educational Environment
In this white paper, three nursing leaders, representing distinct segments across the nursing education spectrum, provide their own unique perspective on how to answer questions like: How can we be successful in securing or maintaining funding? Are there tactics that can spur actual program growth? What avenues of support and alliance can help? Reason: Influential. Real questions; real answers to gain support and funding.