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THURSDAY

Thursday, September 22, 2016 | 8:30 – 9:15 am

1A. How to Teach so it Sticks!
Theme: The Art of Teaching
Session Type: Basics
Presenters: Linda Caputi, MSN, EdD, RN, CNE, ANEF, College of DuPage


Ever teach students then wonder why, at a later time, they can't recall and apply what you taught? This is the promise of the "flipped" classroom. The "flipped" classroom is promising but only if the strategies are not only active but meaningful. This session provides research-based strategies that are active and meaningful so what you teach "sticks"! Leave with a set of guidelines as well as a number of active learning strategies they can use immediately.

1B. Promoting cultural competency: 4 great learning activities to incorporate into your curriculum
Theme: Global Nursing Education/Global Health
Session Type: Basics
Presenters:
Janice A. Aloi, DMH,RN,CNE, Rutgers University, School of Nursing

Nurse educators are aware of the need to teach our students cultural competency and sensitivity. The real challenge is the ‘how’ to deliver content in a way that can be internalized and ultimately practiced. This presentation will offer four tried and true active learning activities that put the power point slides aside and allow for real experiential learning. Participants will be provided with all the information necessary to conduct the activities in their own classrooms


1C. Building an Inter-professional Education Service Learning Experience: Students and Faculty United
Theme: Interprofessional Education (IPE) and Practice (IPP)
Session Type: Basics
Presenters: Denise Isibel, DNP, RN, CNE, Old Dominion University


This presentation will show how faculty can combine interprofessional education (IPE) with service learning. Discussion will include how to develop an IPE event, how to bring a core group of faculty together, student selection, and curriculum development. Participants will identify current opportunities in their own experiences that can be used to create and IPE experience


1D. Population Health - The Missing Nursing Perspective
Theme: Leadership and Organizational Systems
Session Type: Beyond Basics
Presenters: George Velianoff, PhD, RN, FACHE, ANEF, Cerner Corp


Population Health is the focus addressing the Triple Aim and value based payment. Various patient centered models have been implemented with corresponding wealth of data and analytics. Nowhere have nursing theories, models, constructs been advocated, utilized or implemented. Aim of this session; overview of population health, data and analytics, current models, posing the questions of nursing's invisibility, addressing the void that exists, curricula impact, research opportunities.


1E. The Challenges of Nursing Student Selection: Examining the Use of Academic and Self-Assessment Examinations to Predict Student Success

Theme: Measuring and Evaluating Outcomes
Session Type: Basics
Presenters: Monica Kidder, DNP, RN, CNE, Covenant School of Nursing


Academic results are often used to measure the success or failure of nursing students. However, understanding the complexities and factors associated with student retention, understanding the value of academic and affective assessments will serve to support student success. Student success impacts more than the individual. Every nursing student is critical to filling the needs of the nursing workforce. It is time to utilize more than academics as factors of consideration for student selection.


1F. Patient Centered Care Coordination - Evaluating the Impact of an Innovative Curricular Module on Student Learning Outcomes

Theme:The Art of Teaching
Session Type: Beyond Basics
Presenters: Jone Tiffany, DNP, MA, RN, CNE, Bethel University | Ann Holland , PhD, RN, Bethel Universityy | Kathleen Tilton , DNP, RN, CDE, CNE | Ila Faye Miller School of Nursing and Health Professions


According to the Institute of Medicine, education about the professional nursing role of patient-centered care coordinator (PCCC) must be integrated into BSN education in preparation to meet complex health care needs. This presentation will discuss the positive results of a study that measured the impact of an innovative PCCC clinical module that included virtual simulation role play. Come along for the ride and you will leave equipped with teaching/learning strategies to teach the role of PCCC.


1G. Virtual Simulated Care Coordination Rounds

Theme: Technology (including Simulation)
Session Type: Basics
Presenters: Donna Badowski, DNP, MSN, RN, CNE, DePaul University School of Nursing


Using the National League for Nursing Advancing Care Excellence for Vulnerable Populations Unfolding Case Studies, virtual simulated care coordination rounds offers an innovative strategy providing nursing students with a collaborative practice experience with care coordination and transitional care management skills. Future implications on this innovative strategy will also be presented.


1H. An Evaluation of the New Jersey Nursing Initiative Faculty Preparation Program: Scholar and Program Outcomes

Theme: Leadership and Organizational Systems
Session Type: Beyond Basics
Presenters: Angela Gerolamo, PhD, APRN, BC, Mathematica Policy Research | Grace Roemer, MS, Mathematica Policy Research | Kara Conroy, Mathematica Policy Research


The nurse faculty shortage limits the ability of the nursing workforce to respond to demands of the evolving health care system. To address the faculty shortage in New Jersey, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation implemented the New Jersey Nursing Initiative Faculty Preparation Program (FPP) to prepare nurses interested in faculty careers. Findings from a study of the FPP emphasize the importance of carefully designing programs that integrate faculty preparation and advanced clinical training.


1I. What is New in Certification?

Theme:Leadership and Organizational Systems
Session Type: Basics
Presenters: Larry E Simmons, RN, PhD, CNE, NEA-BC, National League for Nursing | Linda Christensen, RN, EdD, JD, MSN, CNE, National League for Nursing


This session will be a discussion of what is current in the world of certification, both in nursing, healthcare, and other types of certification. It will also include information about the future of certification exams offered by the NLN.


1J. Achieving Diversity and Meaningful Inclusion

Theme: Leadership and Organizational Systems
Session Type: Basics
Presenters: Virginia W. Adams, PhD, RN, FAAN, National League for Nursing


Educational institutions must graduate providers who have the capacity to meet the health care needs of all communities and individuals, including those of various abilities, ages, cultures, ethnicities, gender identity, political and religious beliefs, race, socioeconomic status or other attributes. Institutional leaders must create academic environments where diverse faculty, staff and students can thrive. Recommendations to promote inclusive excellence as a framework incorporating opportunities and challenges connected to diversity and inclusion and subsequently leading to institutional change will be discussed.


Thursday, September 22, 2016 | 9:30 – 10:15 am

2A. The Companion Dissertation Process: Recognizing the Duality of Generative Leadership and the Collaborative Nature of Practice
Theme: The Art of Teaching
Session Type: Beyond Basics
Presenters: Erin Robinson, Ed.D, MSN, RN, Northern Kentucky University | Catherine Tagher, Ed.D, MSN, RN, APRN, Northern Kentucky University


While completion of a doctoral dissertation has historically been an individual journey, innovative approaches to completing the dissertation process are helping to shape doctoral education. During this session the many benefits of this form of scholarship will be illuminated, including the use of generative leadership as a framework for collaboration, ultimately creating change within the educational experience.


2B. Using Debriefing to Enhance Clinical Reasoning in RN's seeking a BSN
Theme: The Art of Teaching
Session Type: Basics
Presenters: Kristina Thomas Dreifuerst, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF, Indiana University School of Nursing

This session will explore how educators teaching in BSN completion programs can successfully use elements of DML such as Socratic questioning, and reflection in, on, and beyond-action to develop better clinical reasoning skills in these students. Examples of integrating debriefing in different courses through both face to face and online venues will be provided as well as activities for practicing thinking skills.


2C. Breaking Boundaries: Forging Partnerships by Utilizing Campus-based Simulation to Train Dedicated Education Unit Clinical Faculty
Theme: Interprofessional Education (IPE) and Practice (IPP)
Session Type: Beyond Basics
Presenters: Mary Beth Maguire, DNS, RN, CNE, Kennesaw State University | Leslie Himot, MSN, RN, CNE, Kennesaw State University | Cheryl Yarde, MSN, RN, OCN, Kennesaw State University

This session will detail an innovative simulation model used to train DEU clinical faculty. The course faculty and simulation team created two simulated scenarios in an effort to expose clinical faculty to the anxiety, level of knowledge, and skill ability of novice nursing students. Reaction by DEU clinical instructors to student performances will be discussed and themes for teachable moments highlighted.


2D.The Business of Nursing Education. Evaluation of schools of nursing using Porter's Five Forces Model.
Theme: Leadership and Organizational Systems
Session Type: Beyond Basics
Presenters: Rose Schwartz, PhD, RN, Widener University, Howard Schwartz, JD, MBA, Widener University

As the competitive nature of nursing education explodes, institutions compete for students, research grants, faculty, resources and donations. The question facing most administrators is how to get and/or keep a cutting edge. The Porter’s five forces framework is a business model that uses key indicators to define industry structure and shape competitive advantage. Framing nursing education within the five forces model allows schools of nursing to gain the competitive edge.


2E. Effective Evaluation in Nursing Education: Rubrics to the Rescue
Theme:Measuring and Evaluating Outcomes
Session Type: Basics
Presenters: Teresa Shellenbarger, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF, Indiana University of Pennyslvania | Meigan Robb, PhD, RN, Chatham University

This session will provide an overview of strategies that faculty can use to effectively and efficiently evaluate student learning. Suggestions for the design, development, and use of reliable and valid assessment techniques will be discussed.


2F. Enhancing Transition to Practice Using a Valid and Reliable Evaluation Tool
Theme: Role Transitions
Session Type: Basics
Presenters: Gail Acuna, MA/BSN, St. David's HealthCare

Utilizing a valid and reliable tool, Progressive Orientation Level Evaluation (POLE), measures the increasing complexity of competencies in the on-board process of the new graduate nurse (NGN). POLE is a two-way comprehensive tool which encompasses feedback from the NGN, preceptor, and unit leaders. The tool measures identified core partnership and unit-based competencies, as well as employee engagement to identify potential challenges in the on-boarding process.


2G. Structured Prebriefing: Supporting Learning throughout the Simulation Process
Theme: Technology (including Simulation)
Session Type: Basics
Presenters: Karin Page-Cutrara, PhD RN, York University School of Nursing

The development and use of a research-based simulation prebriefing tool for learning in nursing students in Toronto, Canada will be presented. The theoretical model and study that lead to the prebriefing tool will be shared. Students’ competency performance and clinical judgment outcomes and prebriefing experiences using the tool will be discussed. Prebriefing strategies impact meaningful learning throughout the simulation process, and augment guided reflection during simulation.


2H. Renewing Efforts and Changing Behaviors: Lessons Learned from Students’ Perceptions of Faculty Exam Writing Practices and a Faculty Development Program
Theme: Measuring and Evaluating Outcomes
Session Type: Beyond Basics
Presenters: JoAnn Mulready-Shick, EdD,RN,CNE,ANEF, University of Massachusetts Boston

This session provides faculty with an opportunity to renew efforts in improving exam writing practices to transform measurement and evaluation of student outcomes. This session presents research findings that were utilized to design a faculty development program for multiple exam question item writing improvement. The perceptions of exam items for students who identify as non-native speakers of English and changing faculty behaviors to develop a more diverse workforce are emphasized.


2I. Leading Beyond the Boundaries: NLN Innovative Leadership Programs
Theme: Leadership and Organizational Systems
Session Type: Basics
Presenters: Janice G. Brewington, PhD, RN, FAAN, National League for Nursing | Susan Forneris, PhD, CNE, CHES-A, RN, National League for Nursing

Bringing together experienced professionals, a world-class faculty, and dynamic curricula, the NLN Leadership Institute comprises three-full-year programs that help nurses in education and practice develop strong leadership skills. This session will focus on the three programs: Lead, the Leadership Development for Simulation Educators, and the Executive Leadership in Nursing Education and Practice. Outcomes will be discussed.


2J. Are Your Investments/Savings Keeping Up with Your Retirement Plans?
Theme: Role Transitions
Session Type: Beyond Basics
Presenters: Don Shuck, Merrill Lynch

We will be presenting a "hands on" educational workshop to help you answer that question. Appointments can be made on Thursday and Friday for individual and private planning sessions. Bring all your 403B, 401K, pension, brokerage, annuity and bank statements with you for a complete and unbiased analysis. You can email don_shuck@ml.com before the Summit to receive a goals and objectives questionnaire to complete ahead of time and to bring with you along with your statements.


Thursday, September 22, 2016 | 2:00 - 2:45 pm

3A. Incorporating IPE Debriefing into Any Simulation: A Tool for Understanding Professional Roles and Responsibilities. Part 1
Theme:Interprofessional Education (IPE) and Practice (IPP)
Session Type: Basics
Presenters: Dawne-Marie Dunbar, MSN/Ed., RN, CNE, CHSE, University of New England | Katie Parrish, RN, MS, CNE, CHSE, University of North Georgia | Julie Ann Poore, DNP, RN, CHSE, Indiana University School of Nursing

This is part 1 of a 2 session workshop that will lay the foundation for the use of an IPE debriefing tool with a focus on identifying and understanding professional roles and responsibilities. Part 1 will discuss the development of the tool, supporting resources for faculty, the application in uniprofessional and multiprofessional environments, and case studies of actual IPE simulations. This project began as a part of the NLN Leadership Program for Simulation Educators.


3B. Building a Competency Based Curriculum for 21st Century Nursing Practice Part 1 Theme: Measuring and Evaluating Outcomes
Session Type: Beyond Basics
Presenters: F. Patrick Robinson, PhD, RN, CNE, FAAN, Capella University

The traditional notion that seat (or online) time equals learning no longer holds. New curricular models that focus on measurable outcomes are urgently needed. A competency-based curriculum offers promise in this area. This symposium is an interactive, hands-on workshop where participants will be introduced to a model of competency based curriculum design and development and work through a series of application exercises that provide practice at developing key curricular components.


3C. Use of audio and knowledge acquisition in the online classroom Theme:The Art of Teaching
Session Type: Basics
Presenters: Tracey Soper, EdD MSN RN CNE, Chamberlain College of Nursing

High student attrition rates can be observed in online courses. The objective of this research is to determine the effects of social presence and cultural competence in the online learning environment and how this affects students’ satisfaction with online courses.


3D. Are You Ready for a Change? Interprofessional Education and Team-based Learning in a Research Methods Course. Theme:Interprofessional Education (IPE) and Practice (IPP)
Session Type: Basics
Presenters: Vicki Schug, PhD, RN, CNE, St. Catherine University, Janet Benz, DNP, RN, FCN, St. Catherine University

This presentation describes team-based pedagogical strategies implemented in a hybrid, 4-credit interprofessional research methods course with enrolled students from a variety of disciplines. Concussion in football players as an evidence-based practice focus brought research of interest to the various student groups. Student learning outcomes relative to interprofessional (IPE) competencies will be discussed. The lessons learned inform best practices in implementing IPE courses.


3E.Developing and Sustaining an Interprofessional Community to Advance Excellent, Innovative and Evidence-based Health Professions Education Theme: Leadership and Organizational Systems
Session Type: Beyond Basics
Presenters: Theresa "Terry" Valiga, EdD, RN, CNE, FAAN, ANEF, Duke University, Diana McNeill, MD, FACP, Duke University School of Medicine

This session explores the development, implementation and outcomes of an interprofessional community of health professions educators established in one research-intensive university. This Academy exists to enhance the visibility and valuing of pedagogical expertise, promote educational scholarship, and provide opportunities for health professions educators to learn with and from one another. The variety of ways such goals are accomplished will be discussed during the session.


 3F. Mobile Technology in the Practice Setting: Replacing Smart Phones with Mini-tablet Technology Theme: Technology (including Simulation)
Session Type: Basics
Presenters: Rhonda Maneval, D.Ed., RN, Michigan State University College of Nursing | Marci Mechtel, MSN, RN, Michigan State University, College of Nursing

This session focuses on a pilot program in which mini-tablets replaced smart phones in the practice setting. Nursing students and faculty compared their experiences with both devices. This project was undertaken to determine if changing the mobile technology to tablets would provide additional ways to address informatics competencies by increasing student interaction with technology during patient care, The change to tablets has enhanced informatics competency and student learning.

3G. The Threat of Risk Sensitization in Designing a Simulation Curriculum: What is it and Why Should We Care? Theme: Technology (including Simulation)
Session Type: Beyond Basics
Presenters: Rachel Onello, PhD, RN, CHSE, CNE, CNL, University of Maryland School of Nursing

Several organizations have set forth standards that help guide nursing programs in best practice as they seek to expand the use of simulation across the curriculum. However, there is minimal attention on how to optimize the use of high-risk, low frequency events within a simulation program. This presentation will introduce the idea of risk perception and propose how a curriculum with predominantly high-risk, low frequency events may alter realistic risk processing in future clinical encounters.

3H.Constructive Feedback: How to Deliver it Effectively and Leave Students Wanting More Theme:The Art of Teaching
Session Type: Basics
Presenters: Susan Luparell, PhD, APRN, ACNS-BC, CNE, ANEF, Montana State University

One of the most challenging of aspects of the faculty role is delivering constructive feedback to students. While sharing praise comes naturally to most of us, conversations that shed light on weaknesses in student performance or behavior tend to be more difficult. Poorly delivered feedback may even lead to confrontation between student and instructor. In this interactive session, come learn how to be more confident and effective when providing constructive feedback.

3I. Applying the NLN CNEA Standards to Your Program Theme: Measuring and Evaluating Outcomes
Session Type: Basics
Presenters: Judith A. Halstead, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN, National League for Nursing

This session will help nurse educators develop an understanding of the NLN CNEA accreditation standards and quality indicators. This open discussion will focus on applying the standards to nursing programs of all types. Implications of the standards for educators and administrators will be addressed.

3J. A New Apprenticeship: Application of an Integrated Theory of Clinical Education for Advancing Clinical Reasoning in the Clinical Learning Environment Theme: The Art of Teaching
Session Type: Beyond Basics
Presenters: Mary Ann Jessee, PhD, RN/Assistant Professor, Vanderbilt University School of Nursing

Current pre-licensure clinical education often fails to incorporate theoretically supported strategies identified as essential to student development of clinical reasoning skill. This project describes a new Integrated Theory of Clinical Education and a practical application of the theory to pre-licensure clinical education in the acute-care clinical learning environment (CLE), for the purpose of promoting skillful clinical reasoning in nursing students.

 


Thursday, September 22, 2016 | 3:00 – 3:45 pm

4A. Incorporating IPE Debriefing into Any Simulation: A tool for understanding Professional Roles and Responsibilities. Part 2 Theme: Interprofessional Education (IPE) and Practice (IPP)
Session Type: Basics
Presenters: Dawne-Marie Dunbar, MSN/Ed., RN, CNE, CHSE, University of New England | Katie Parrish, RN, MS, CNE, CHSE, University of North Georgia | Julie Ann Poore, DNP, RN, CHSE, Indiana University School of Nursing

This is part 2 of a 2 session workshop that will provide illustrative examples of the use of an IPE debriefing tool with a focus on identifying and understanding professional roles and responsibilities, and allow the participants hands on opportunities to practice using the tool to debrief two simulations in uniprofessional and multiprofessional environments. This project began as a part of the NLN Leadership Program for Simulation Educators. We will also discuss future plans for the tool.

 


4B. Building a Competency Based Curriculum for 21st Century Nursing Practice Part 2 Theme: Measuring and Evaluating Outcomes
Session Type: Beyond Basics
Presenters: F. Patrick Robinson, PhD, RN, CNE, FAAN, Capella University

The traditional notion that seat (or online) time equals learning no longer holds. New curricular models that focus on measurable outcomes are urgently needed. A competency-based curriculum offers promise in this area. This symposium is an interactive, hands-on workshop where participants will be introduced to a model of competency based curriculum design and development and work through a series of application exercises that provide practice at developing key curricular components.

 


4C. Creating an Inclusive and Engaging Online Nursing Adjunct Faculty Orientation and Professional Development Program Theme: The Art of Teaching
Session Type: Basics
Presenters: Elizabeth Ritt, EdD, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, CNE, Benedictine University

A comprehensive online adjunct nursing faculty orientation and professional development program that is based on the values of diversity, hospitality, stewardship, and community. The online program focuses on an orientation to mission, vision, values, opportunities to participate in departmental and institution-wide governance, technical and teaching strategies for student engagement, professional development opportunities, and resources for faculty and student academic support services.

 


4D.Assessing the Nursing Faculty Workload: Challenges and Barriers Theme: Leadership and Organizational Systems
Session Type: Beyond Basics
Presenters: Nancy Bittner, PhD, CNS, RN, Lawrence Memorial/Regis College

There is a demonstrated need to sustain and stabilize faculty currently in the workforce to avoid exacerbating the faculty shortage in nursing. There is a lack of diversity, insufficient collaborative roles, lack of standardized work load, and variations in nursing faculty roles across levels of education. The resulting recommendations encompass addressing the faculty shortage, balancing diversity, addressing workload challenges and best practices for collaborative roles.

 


4E. Soft Assessments, Technology, Data, and Fun! Yes they can co-exist! Theme: Technology (including Simulation)
Session Type: Basics
Presenters: Jean Byrd, RN, MSN, CNE, Community College of Philadelphia | Laureen Tavolaro-Ryley, MSN,CNS, Community College of Philadelphia

Do you feel like a broken record? Are you teaching the same content over and over again, with the same three students answering all of the questions? If this represents any of your thoughts or emotions join us for Soft Assessments, Technology, Data, and Fun! Yes they can co-exist! In this presentation we will demonstrate and discuss two free technology resources that you can use for soft assessments.

 


4F. Taking care of faculty: An institution’s initiative to improve faculty satisfaction and retention through transformation to a culture of care. Theme: Leadership and Organizational Systems
Session Type: Beyond Basics
Presenters: Susan Groenwald, PHD, RN, ANEF, FAAN, Chamberlain College of Nursing | Linda Hollinger-Smith, PhD, RN, FAAN, Chamberlain College of Nursing | Chad O'Lynn, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF, Chamberlain College of Nursing

Presenters will describe initiatives to create a college caring climate to improve faculty performance, satisfaction and retention through faculty development, faculty recognition, and integration of a culture of care into the college’s philosophy of teaching and learning. Faculty retention and engagement measures improved significantly, and a faculty survey showed the institution’s faculty scored higher on all four measures of caring compared to other participating nursing schools.

 


4G. Assisting BSN Students in Moving from Novice to Advanced Beginner through Student Led Simulations Theme:Role Transitions
Session Type: Basics
Presenters: Nancy Maas, MSN, FNP-BC, CNE, Northern Michigan University | Katherine Menard, PhD, RN, CCRN, CNE, Northern Michigan University

Utilizing Benner’s novice to expert framework, faculty in a BSN Program developed a multi-course, student-led simulation which was implemented to ease student transition from novice to advanced beginner. Results indicated that students at both levels in the program benefited from the experience. Sophomore student data indicated increased confidence in focused assessment, identifying pertinent clinical problems and in utilizing nursing interventions to respond to the problems (p < .001).

 


4H. Where in the world are the global health competencies? Mapping global health content in nursing curricula Theme:Global Nursing Education/Global Health
Session Type: Basics
Presenters: Elizabeth Crooks, DNP, RN, CNE, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Nurse educators are challenged to prepare nurses who can lead responses to critical global health issues. This session describes how global health competencies are being addressed within the undergraduate and graduate curricula of a large public university in the southern U.S. Common gaps in content and resources available to integrate important global perspectives into undergraduate and graduate courses are discussed.

 


4I. NLN CNEA Policy Update: Applying for Pre-Accreditation Candidacy Theme:Measuring and Evaluating Outcomes
Session Type: Basics
Presenters: Judith A. Halstead, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN, National League for Nursing

This session will provide updates about the NLN Commission for Nursing Education Accreditation (CNEA) policies including information about submitting applications for pre-accreditation candidacy, volunteering to serve on NLN CNEA’s various committees or as an on-site program evaluator, and resources available to assist programs in preparing for CNEA accreditation.

 


4J. Operationalizing the NLN/INACSL Debriefing Vision Statement Theme:Technology (including Simulation)
Session Type: Basics
Presenters: Susan Forneris, PhD, RN, CNE, CHSE-A, National League for Nursing

The NLN Vision series published “Debriefing Across the Curriculum” in June 2015. Since that time, schools of nursing have been exploring ways in which debriefing can be used across the curriculum to transform nursing education. This session will follow up to the initial dialogue on thoughtful integration of this approach in our classrooms. A panel discussion with thought leaders in nursing education will expand on the “call to action” outlined in the original vision statement. The focus is to engage faculty in a dialogue on the processes needed to achieve successful outcomes.
  • Explore current perspectives and challenges to more effectively implement debriefing methods.
  • Apply a structure for conversation to facilitate debriefing discussions.

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