Tuesday, October 27 2020 10:15 AM - Saturday, November 07 2020 2:40 PM [CST]
Zoom Recording is available 24 hours after the Live Zoom Conference. $68 per participant. 3.5 CE contact hours are awarded upon completing the video and evaluation/assessment from our CE provider: Terri Goodman & Associates. *20% discount is applied at checkout for 3 or more tickets purchased Questions call Vestigo/TracPrac: 877-754-5574
Tuesday, October 27 2020 10:15 AM - Saturday, November 07 2020 2:40 PM [CST]
Join us for our next -LIVE- collaborative Nurse Educator Conference #4 on Tuesday, October 27th! 'Making a Difference' in Nursing Education with new ideas to prepare students for practical application strategies and the transition to practice. Learn from our expert nurse leaders for our fourth half-day in our series on Zoom with interactive Zoom rooms. Explore fresh ideas for clinical application to use in a variety of learning settings. Expand and adapt new ways to continue clinical learning for nursing students as we navigate the changes in healthcare and nursing education.
Handouts and practical tools for clinical learning applications are available for download. Participants will be awarded 3.5 Nursing contact hours for attendance and evaluation of the sessions.
Vestigo Events | Vestigo Health Solutions - Vestigo is Latin for Tracking. We are an innovative team with over 40 years of healthcare education consulting experience and solution-focused insight. Knowing you strive for excellence in preparing practice-ready healthcare professionals, we developed digital solutions to serve Nursing Education. Vestigo Events got started during the COVID-19 quarantine from our passion to do our part to support Nursing Education. We listened to our customers and put together the Virtual Conference Series to HELP facilitate webinars on practical strategies to transition clinical learning to a virtual setting. Our HOPE is to continue to provide a series of timely conference topics with our industry experts to ENCOURAGE Nurse Educators to 'Move Forward' and 'Lead the Way' for new innovation! Vestigo also offers TracPrac Technology designed to simplify the clinical tracking and evaluation process with less paper. It enables better visibility into the students' clinical learning and accelerates communication within a single secure digital environment. Our vision is to partner with programs to understand their academic goals and tailor our software services to provide an efficient "contactless" process for clinical evaluation management. Learn more at www.TracPrac.com or CONTACT US at 877-SKILLS-4 or info@VestigoEvents.com
Tim Bristol is a faculty development, NCLEX, and curriculum design specialist. He has taught at all levels of nursing to include LPN, ADN, BSN, MSN, and PhD. Developing new programs, innovations in learning, Next Gen Clinical Judgment preparation, and helping programs internationally, he is an expert in bringing the evidence-base of nursing, healthcare, and education to students and faculty at all levels. Through consultations, writing, and mentoring, Dr. Bristol assists faculty in identifying the competencies needed to effectively enhance programs for optimal student outcomes and practice-readiness. He has certification as a nurse educator, is a fellow in the American Academy of Nursing, and is internationally known for bringing excitement through success to his colleagues and students. His motto: "Today, we will learn how to learn."
Janine E. Hinton, PhD, MN, RN, CHSE
Dr. Janine E. Hinton is the University of Arizona College of Nursing Steele Innovative Learning Center Director. She serves as immediate past president and on the board of directors for the Arizona Simulation Network. She chairs the International Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Research Committee. Current projects include co-directing the Complex Adaptive Competency Laboratory. As part of COVID-19 mitigation she led adaptation of a face to face multi-deteriorating patient simulation into an engaging remote version by using a combination of technologies.
Jocelyn G. Nelms, MS/Ned, RN
Jocelyn Nelms is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Arizona College of Nursing in Phoenix, Arizona. She serves as the Vice President, President Elect for Arizona Simulation Network. She chairs the Simulation Special Interest Group for the Masters of Science for Entry to the Profession of Nursing program (MEPN). As part of the COVID-19 mitigation, she developed and piloted a remote multidisciplinary simulation to support students as they transitioned to practice.
Lydia Zager is the Co - Executive Director and EducationalConsultant for Leading Learning, LLC and former Director for the Amy V.Cockcroft Leadership Program located in the College of Nursing at theUniversity of South Carolina (USC). She is a clinical professor emerita atUSC. Lydia earned her MSN in nursingadministration with a minor in education from the University of Texas HealthScience Center (UTSC) in San Antonio, Texas and her BSN from Pittsburg StateUniversity (PSU) in Pittsburg, Kansas. She was the Director of the Center for Nursing Leadership for SouthCarolina from 2004 – 2010 and the Director of the Amy V. Cockcroft ExecutiveLeadership Program from 2014 – 2017. Lydia is a retired Lieutenant Colonel from the Army Nurse Corps. She is a sought-after resource for facultyand has made numerous, international, national, and state presentations. Her expertise is in developing nursingfaculty particularly in the areas of clinical and conceptual teaching, clinicalreasoning, new generation of novice learners, item writing, & evaluation tomeet patient safety, NCLEX® & Joint Commission Standards in both the classroom& in clinical. Lydia is theco-author of four books, “The Eight Step Approach to Student ClinicalSuccess"(2018), “The Eight Step Approach to Teaching Clinical Nursing”(2017), “Medical Surgical Nursing Concepts Made Insanely Easy: A New Approachto Prioritizing Nursing”, (2019), and “Concepts Made Insanely Easy for ClinicalNursing”, (2019). She wrote two chaptersfor the book, “Mastering the Teaching Role: A Guide for Nurse Educator” (Penn,2008). She co-developed and implementeda concept curriculum. Lydia was awardedthe 2006 SC Palmetto Gold recipient of the top 100 nurses in SC, was arecipient of the USC College of Nursing’s Outstanding Undergraduate TeachingAward, the Amy V. Cockcroft Outstanding Leadership Award and the 2007 Sigma ThetaTau Alpha Xi Founders Awards. She alsowas selected by PSU and UTSC for the Outstanding Alumni Award. She is a 2004graduate fellow of the Amy V. Cockcroft Leadership Development Program.
Loretta Manning, MSN, RN, GNP
Loretta’s nursing education expertise is in the areas of NCLEX®, test-item writing, conceptual teaching, clinical reasoning, pharmacology focusing on integrating patient safety & the Joint Commission Standards. President & Co-Founder of I CAN Publishing®, Inc. & Co-Executive Director & Consultant for Leading Learning LLC, she has worked both nationally & internationally as an educator, consultant, & facilitator for NCLEX® student preparation. Loretta is the co-author of 9 books & been recognized several times for her outstanding performance in teaching, clinical instruction, & student
Co-Founder, Kim Terrill
Director of PreLicensure Nursing Programs at Arizona State University
Clinical judgment requires practice in realistic learning environments from the beginning of nursing school until the day of graduation. Using the NCLEX® Test Plan as a guide will help faculty infuse clinical judgment into every lecture, lab, and clinical. This seminar will give faculty an easy-to-use approach to accessing and integrate the client needs. Emphasis will be placed on helping faculty understand the foundation for the Next Generation NCLEX® and making it real to learners at all levels and in all classes across the curriculum. Whether your program has great board pass rates or there is room for improvement, this update will help you master bringing clinical to class.
Faculty Development, Owner NurseTim, Inc.
Director of Simulation, Univ of Arizona
Professor of Nursing
Speaker and Consultant
Speaker, Co-Executive Director, and Consultant
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