The Changing Role of Today's Nurse Educator
June 7, 2019
- 6 contact hours/0.6 CEUs -
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Designed as a foundations course for new educators, this workshop promotes excellence in the advanced specialty role of the academic nurse educator while addressing the increasingly complex nature of the role. This workshop will address the many complexities to include faculty shortage, emphasis on diversity and inclusivity, civility, impact from a changing health care system, clinical practice - all within the art and science of nursing education. The unique policies governing student confidentiality, rights and responsibilities, and the policies governing the role of the faculty member in academia contribute to this unique vet vitally important role in the preparation of future nurses. As a capstone workshop to the New Faculty Intensive series, this workshop will engage participants in a dialogue on today's contemporary nurse educator role within the academic setting. New academic nurse educators will develop an understanding of how to empower students and fellow faculty to promote collegial dialogue, innovation, and education excellence.
• Discuss the knowledge of legal and ethical issues relevant to higher education and nursing education as a basis for influencing, designing, and implementing policies and procedure related to students, faculty, and the educational environment
• Discuss knowledge of history and current trends and issues in higher education that impact the nurse educator role
• Develop networks, collaborations, and partnerships to enhance role within the academic environment
AM: Functioning Within the Education Environment
• Professionalism and Civility
• Institutional Mandates
• Working with Specific Student Populations: English Language Learners (ELL); Students with Disabilities
PM: Socialization to Today's Contemporary Nurse Educator Role
• Developing Confidence in the Nurse Educator Role
• Nurse Educator as Leader
This workshop is part of an NLN series of faculty development intensives designed to prepare new faculty entering the academic nurse educator environment or enhance existing faculty knowledge and skills working within this contemporary education movement with enhanced testing and evaluation.
For additional information, contact Debra Mayberry.
Member $289 $329
Non-member $389 $429
*Early bird registration ends 5/7/2019
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Washington, DC, 20037
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PhD, RN, FAAN
Janice Gilyard Brewington has distinguished herself as leader and a scholar. She is currently NLN Chief Program Officer and director of the League's Center for Transformational Leadership. She previously served as senior director and as a consultant for the NLN.
Dr. Brewington was provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. While there, she had a unique opportunity to be an "executive on loan" for a year with the Gillette Company in Boston as the manager for university relations in talent acquisition, human resources, global shared services, North America.
Her educational background includes a BSN from North Carolina Agrucultural and Technical State Unviersity, a MSN from Emory University, a PhD in health policy and administration from the School of Public Health, and a minor in organizational behavior from the School of Business at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She also received a certificate from the Management and Leadership Program at Harvard University. Dr Brewington is a fellow in the American Academy of Nursing.
PhD, RN, CNE, CHSE-A
Susan Gross Forneris PhD, RN, CNE, CHSE-A is currently the Excelsior Director for the National League for Nursing Center for Innovation in Simulation and Technology, Washington, DC. Selected for inclusion in the 2010 inaugural group of NLN Simulation Leaders, she has been working in the field of clinical simulation since 2003. She served as a simulation expert for the NLN ACE.S Team (Advancing Care Excellence for Seniors) and a simulation author for the NLN ACE.Z Alzheimer’s simulation scenario series. She has been instrumental in the design and implementation of NLN faculty development courses focused on simulation pedagogy, foundations, debriefing, curriculum integration and evaluation. Most recently, she co-authored Critical Conversations: The NLN Guide for Teaching Thinking.
Dr. Forneris’ expertise is in curriculum development with emphasis on simulation and debriefing in combination with her research on critical thinking. Her publications focus on the development and use of reflective teaching strategies to enhance critical thinking in novice nurses. Dr. Forneris is actively engaged in initiating multi-site simulation research on the impact of simulation and debriefing and high stakes testing on student learning outcomes. She was a former Professor of Nursing at St. Catherine University, St. Paul, MN.