CNE Prep Course
July 12, 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
Member: $269 $349
Non- Member: $369 $449
* Early bird pricing ends 6/12/2019
MGH Institute of Health Professions
Catherine Filene Shouse Building, Room #305
36 First Avenue
Boston, MA 02129
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EdD, RN, CNE, FAAN
For more than 25 years, Dr. Tagliareni was a professor of nursing and the Independence Foundation Chair in Community Health Nursing Education at Community College of Philadelphia. As president of the NLN from 2007- 2009 she worked to re-frame the discussion of entry into practice to focus on developing and supporting models that increase the academic progression of all nursing graduates, from LPN to baccalaureate to masters' and doctoral programs, to build a more diverse and educated workforce. As Independence Foundation chair, Dr. Tagliareni served as president of the National Nursing Centers Consortium (NNCC) to advance state and federal health policy to include nurse-managed health centers as essential safety net providers for vulnerable populations.
Dr.Tagliareni has a long history of organizational leadership and grant-funded initiatives. Funders include the Kellogg Foundation, the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, National Institutes of Health, the John A. Hartford Foundation, Independence Foundation, and the Independence Blue Cross Foundation.
Dr. Tagliareni received a BSN from Georgetown University, a master's in mental health and community nursing from the University of California, San Francisco, and a doctorate from Teachers College, Columbia University.