Online Education | Nurse Educators - 2015

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This online course is a forum for healthcare educators to share innovative and practical strategies for teaching in academic and clinical settings. Whether you are an experienced or novice educator, you will come away with interactive tools and creative techniques to add to your professional skill set. This course was recorded live in April 2015 at UWCNE's Annual Nurse Educator Conference.Learning methods include video and audio lectures and handouts.

Conference attendee comments:

"This was the best UWCNE Nurse Educators conference I have ever attended." 

"Every speaker had good input that I will savor over time."

"Good variety of topics that were cohesive in their themes."

"I enjoyed how the speakers applied the education to practical nursing situations."

"The conference helped me regain a passion to dig in and move forward despite challenging situations as a nurse educator."

Publish Date: September 13, 2015. This course will be available for three years from this date.

Watch an excerpt from "Caring: An Antidote to Toxicity"

Topics

  • Caring: An Antidote to Toxicity and Elixir to Purpose
  • Performance Problems: How to Diagnose the Cause
  • Critical Thinking and Clinical Judgment can be Measured: Here's How
  • Tools for Providing Compassionate Feedback
  • Case Study: Applying Your Knowledge to Enhance Professional Development
  • Expect and Unexpected Lessons Learned: Implementing a Preceptor Workshop

 

Completion Requirements

To earn contact hours for this activity:

  • View/listen to the presentations.
  • Study the handouts.
  • Complete the evaluations. 

After submitting the evaluations, you can download and print your certificate. A record of contact hours earned will be in your account for six years.  

 

Speakers

  • Kate Bracy, MS, RN, ARNP 
    Nursing Staff Development Specialist, Public Health—Seattle & King County
  • Karla Bushmaker, MN, BS, RN-BC 
    Staff Development Specialist, Evergreen Healthcare, Kirkland
  • Terry Cicero, MN, RN, CCRN 
    Instructor, Seattle University College of Nursing, Seattle
  • Susan Hanser, BSN, RN 
    Clinical Nurse Educator, Evergreen Healthcare, Kirkland
  • Chris Henshaw, EdD, RN-BC 
    Professional Development Specialist, Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle; Chair-Elect, Board of Trustees, Highline Medical Center, Burien
  • Constance Hirnle, MN, RN-BC 
    Professional Development Specialist, Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle
  • Marjorie Sly, BSN, RN 
    Clinical Nurse Educator, Evergreen Healthcare, Kirkland
  • Kristen M. Swanson, PhD, RN, FAAN 
    Dean and Professor, College of Nursing, Seattle University, Seattle

Planning Committee

  • Bonnie Blachly, MN, RN, NHA 
    Lecturer and Assistant Program Director for Student Recruitment and Community Outreach, School of Nursing and Health Studies Program, UW Bothell; Director, Clinical and Regulatory Services, Leading Age Washington
  • Annie Bruck, DNP, MN, RN, COHN-S 
    Lecturer, Nursing and Health Care Leadership Program, UW Tacoma; Lecturer, School of Nursing and Health Studies, UW Bothell
  • Terry Cicero, MN, RN, CCRN
    Instructor, Seattle University College of Nursing, Seattle
  • Christine Espina, DNP, MN, RN 
    Nurse Planner, Continuing Nursing Education, UW School of Nursing, Seattle
  • Constance Hirnle, MN, RN-BC
    Professional Development Specialist, Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle
  • Luann Majeed, BSN, RN
    Registered Nurse, UW Medicine/UW Medical Center, Seattle
  • Karen Moe, MEd, RN 
    Clinical Nurse Educator, Nursing Staff Development, UW Medicine/UW Medical Center, Seattle
  • Jaime Navetta, MN, RN 
    Lead Nurse Planner and Director of Conference Management, Continuing Nursing Education, UW School of Nursing, Seattle
  • Jeanette Quaeck, MN, RN 
    Manager, Clinical Resources, Overlake Hospital Medical Center, Bellevue
  • Karena Wong, MN, RN 
    Clinical Nurse Educator, Nursing Staff Development, UW Medicine/UW Medical Center, Seattle

UW=University of Washington, Seattle

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Target Audience

Educators and other interested healthcare professionals including faculty in academic programs, staff development educators, clinical nurse specialists, nurse managers, staff nurses and administrators in all settings. 

Objectives for Learning Outcomes

After taking this course, you should be better able to:

  1. Identify strategies for enacting caring for self and others.
  2. Diagnose learner issues to individualize a success plan.
  3. Describe how to use a critical thinking diagnostic tool to foster professional development and/or remediation.
  4. Describe two tools that will boost your comfort with delivering compassionate feedback.
  5. Apply selected strategies to remediate and/or promote professional development.
  6. Demonstrate techniques used in a preceptor training program.

Additional Information

Format: 
Audio and Video
Course summary
Maximum credit available: 
  • 5.90 Contact hours
  • 0.00 Pharmacology hours at the advanced practice level
Available: 
09/13/2015
Expires: 
09/13/2018
Cost:
$100.00

Available Credit

  • 5.90 Contact hours
  • 0.00 Pharmacology hours at the advanced practice level

Price

Cost:
$100.00
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