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ALSN invites you to participate in the ALSN webinar series which will focus on topics that matter to you.
With COVID-19, many professional conferences and workshops have moved to virtual platforms. If you are accustomed to presenting at live conferences, the adjustment to virtual delivery can be intimating. To be effective, you need to understand how to use technology to design presentations that will be both interesting and engaging for your audiences. In this interactive webinar, we will discuss tips and best practices to move your presentations online and sharpen your virtual teaching skills while driving audience engagement. This webinar is worth 1.0 contact hour.
This webinar was lead by Rose Sherman, EdD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN and Joyce Batcheller, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FAONL, FAAN and conducted via Zoom.
CRITERIA FOR SUCCESSFUL COMPLETIONTo obtain a Certificate of Successful Completion for this activity, the learner must complete the following criteria:
Attendance at entire event
Submission of completed evaluation form
PRESENCE OR ABSENCE OF CONFLICT OF INTERESTThere is no conflict of interest for anyone with the ability to control content for this activity.
This nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by the Ohio Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation (OBN-001-91) Expiration Date is August 21, 2022
Many hospital-based nurse clinicians and nurse leaders are interested in clinical research, but do not know how to access resources to begin the process. Developing a culture of scholarship in an organization is a long journey. Hospital-based nurse scientist play an essential role in the infrastructure required to have a successful nursing research program. This webinar will explore the role of the hospital-based nurse scientist.
Nurse managers are responsible for creating professional nursing practice environments and oversight of patient outcomes. While nurse managers are critical to organizational success, new managers often assume their positions with little preparation for the role; often developing leadership and management competence through experience. Recommendations requiring graduate education for nurse managers have been made but education requirements for nurse managers vary by organization. In an era of value-based purchasing, nurse manager competence is essential to organizational financial performance. This presentation will present findings from a national sample of 666 nurse managers working in 53 US hospitals to understand the relationships among role development, competence, and patient outcomes. Nurse managers completed an electronic survey administered by Press Ganey. Their survey data were matched with their corresponding National Database of Nursing Quality Indicators™ (NDNQI) patient care unit data. This webinar has been approved for 1 CE. RN.com is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.
What nurses expect from their leaders is changing. Today’s nurses want their leaders to be coaches who will help them to learn and grow as professionals. When nurses don’t receive the coaching and feedback they desire, they will leave the workplace and look for new opportunities. High nursing turnover can be a significant problem resulting in high costs and lost productivity for many healthcare organizations. This webinar will help participants understand the current problem and what they can do to support new nurses and overcome these problems.
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