Continuing Education Bundle for Nurse Educators

Discover critical knowledge and important skills from expert nurse educators with this continuing education bundle for nursing faculty. Recorded at the Lippincott Nursing Education Innovation Summit, we’re offering these lectures to help you educate future nurses and teach best practices to your students.

Purchase all four for just $49.95!


First Do No Harm: Recognizing the Central Role of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Nursing Education
Presenter: Launette Woolforde, EdD, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, NPD-BC, FAAN
Nursing education programming must recognize diversity, equity and inclusion as fundamental in design and delivery, not as a special topic or task. Educators and organizations should identify incorporation of DE&I principles as a performance expectation anywhere education takes place.


Clinical Judgment Formation using the Academic Electronic Health Record
Presenter: Jacqueline Semaan, MSN, CHSE, RNC-LRN
The academic electronic health record is an important tool in demonstrating how to use clinical judgment with a variety of patients in different healthcare settings. Bringing patient cases into the classroom gives students the opportunity to practice recognizing and analyzing cues, prioritizing hypotheses, generating solutions, taking action, and evaluating outcomes.


Consciously Thinking: How Reflective Reasoning Promotes Deeper Learning
Presenter: Meagan Rogers, PhD, RN, MSN, NPD-BC
Reflect on how advances in cognitive science can inform teaching and improve students’ application of knowledge and skills beyond the context in which they are learned. Reach beyond customary teaching practices to link the science of learning to strategies for guided student reflection to address knowledge gaps, errors in thinking, and inadequacies in exam preparation.


Ensuring Evidence-based Practice Competency in Your Students: The Secret Sauce for Ensuring Healthcare Quality and Safety
Presenter: Bernadette Melnyk, PhD, APRN-CNP, FAANP, FNAP, FAAN
Although evidence-based practice (EBP) is necessary for healthcare quality and safety, findings from research indicate that the majority are practicing nurses are not competent in evidence-based practice. This session highlights key strategies for ensuring EBP competency in students by the time of graduation.


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