CNE Prep Course
June 14, 2019
- 6 contact hours/0.6 CEUs -
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This workshop is an intensive, comprehensive review of the major content areas of the test blueprint for the Certified Nurse Educator exam. It is designed to help potential candidates assess their readiness and identify practice domains where further study may be needed. Topics include implications for nurse faculty, eligibility requirements, analysis of the CNE test blueprint, review of the CNE exam content, CNE prep resources, and the renewal process.
Register for this one-day, intensive review of the major content areas of the test to help assess your level of readiness and identify practice domains where further study may be required.
• Certification implications for faculty
• CNE eligibility requirements, registration process, and scheduling process
• Analysis of CNE test blueprint
• Review of CNE examination content
• Introduction of resources available for certification preparation
• CNE renewal process
For additional information, contact Paige Meehan
Please note, this workshop will take place at the Kaiser Family Foundation Barbara Jordan Conference Center, located at 1330 G Street NW, Washington, DC 20005.
Member: $269 $349
Non- Member: $369 $449
* Early bird pricing ends 5/17/2019
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Diane M. Billings
EdD, RN, FAAN
Diane Billings is Chancellors' Professor Emeritus at Nursing at Indiana University School of Nursing, Indianapolis, IN where she was the Associate Dean for Teaching, Learning, and Information Resources and developed and taught the masters/doctoral level Teacher Education Certificate courses. She is the co-editor of the award-winning Teaching in Nursing, and the co-editor of the Lippincott's Q and A Review for NCLEX-RN. She has published widely in nursing and higher education journals in the area of using information technology to support teaching and learning. She is the recipient of the Sigma Theta Tau International Founders Award for Excellence in Teaching, and the Award for Outstanding Leadership in Nursing Education from the NLN and is a Living Legend in the American Academy of Nursing.
Recent projects include serving as the project director for the Faculty Preparation Program at the RWJF/New Jersey Nursing Initiative, participating on task forces at the NLN to develop vision statements for the Changing Faculty Role: Preparing Students for the Technological World of Health Care and Doctoral Preparations for Nurse Educators, and twice being a mentor in Sigma Theta Tau's Faculty Mentored Leadership Academy.