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The 2017 NLN Summit theme, "Our Community of Colleagues," represents the NLN vision of a nursing profession that embraces the connectedness of education and practice: faculty in the classroom and lab; interprofessional educators of physicians, pharmacists, physical therapists and others; preceptors and educators in our hospitals; nurses at the bedside, both new and experienced; and nurse administrators dealing with transition to practice challenges. Presenters and attendees, representing "our community of colleagues," share expertise and insight on topics that affect quality health care and reflect the League’s core values – caring, integrity, diversity, and excellence. Summit participants can earn up to 20 contact hours.



Summit 2017 Objectives

  • Explore the connectedness of nursing education and practice to form a vibrant and robust community of colleagues.

  • Discuss innovative and adaptive curricula that affect quality health care and reflect the League’s core values.

  • Celebrate individual and collective accomplishments; strengthen networks and partnerships.

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Keynote Speaker

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David B. Daniel is an award-winning teacher with over 25 years of classroom experience. He is a highly sought international speaker and scholar whose scholarship and consulting activities focus on translating scientific findings to useable knowledge, particularly for educational practice, policy, and student learning. He especially enjoys working collaboratively with students and other faculty to translate evidence-based strategies and sustainable teaching and learning practice across disciplines.

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