Concurrent Sessions


1A. Implementing a Co-Curricular Care Model to Promote Nursing Students Learning Outcomes and Program Success

1B. Addressing the Gender Continuum

1C. Leading Faculty Scholarly Development within Nursing Programs: Overcoming Barriers and Promoting Growth

1D. Active Learning through Dialogue: Socratic Debriefing in the Classroom

1E. What Is the Global Network for Simulation in Healthcare and What Can It Do for Me?

1F. Human Trafficking- How to Incorporate a Global Health Problem into Nursing Curricula

1G. Opening the Door to Alternative Teaching Strategies for Home Health Clinical Experiences

1H. Results of the 2017 QSEN National Faculty Survey

1I. Power-Sharing: A Strategy to Enhance Student Accountability and Advocacy

1J. Increasing First-Time NCLEX-RN Pass Rates: Promoting Positive Reinforcement through the Test for Success Educational Support System

2A. Changing the Face of Capstone Courses: NLN’s Accelerating to Practice

2B. Improving the Health of Communities: Students as Leaders in a Community Clinical Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Immersion

2C. Exploring the Observer Role in Simulation:  How Observers Assimilate and Retain Knowledge

2D. Using Infographics as Learning Tools in Nursing Education

2E. Instituting Holistic Admission Review in Nursing

2F. An Interprofessional Approach to Mass Causality: University Student Participation with the School of Nursing

2G. Best Practice Update on Use of Root Cause Analysis in Pre-Licensure Nursing Education

2H. Taking a Walk in Their Shoes: A Refugee Simulation as a Gateway to Understanding

2I. Using Socratic Mentoring to Enhance Critical Thinking in Nursing Transition to Practice

2J. The Joy of...Work: Implementing the IHI Joy in Work Model with Nursing Faculty

3A. Applying for NLN CNEA Pre-Accreditation Candidacy

3B. Seamless Academic Progression: The Dual Enrollment Model

3C. EZ Test Writer - Ensuring Standards of Test Construction Using Innovative Technology 

3D. The Effect of Faculty Training and Personality Characteristics on High Stakes Assessment in Clinical Simulation

3E. Interprofessional Readiness for Pandemic Flu

3F. CNE Update: What’s New in the Certification World

3G. WAG Shares the DOPE: Interprofessional Team-Developed Tools for Effective Writing of Course Assignments

3H. Role Play in the Classroom: A Review, Practical Guide, and Exemplar

3I. Global Healthcare in Undergrad Nursing

3J. Video Simulation as Preparation for Nurse Preceptors in Practice: Addressing the Development of Clinical Reasoning in Pre-licensure Nursing Students and New Graduate Nurses

4A. Quantifying and Mitigating the Preparation-to-Practice Gap

4B. Achieving Teaching Excellence: Conducting Valid and Reliable Surveys - Writing Effective Survey Questions for Data Collection

4C. Clinical Nursing Instructors: Navigating Incivility in the Clinical Learning Environment

4D. NLN Coaching Course: Critical Conversations for Preceptors

4E. The Crisis in Thinking Has Reached the Tipping Point

4F. Introducing the Micro-Sim: Evaluating the Use of Simulation in a Large-Group Classroom

4G. Impact of Faculty Fatigue on Scholarly Productivity and Service

4H. Public Policy- Midterm Elections & Health Care

4I. Exploring How a One-Time Hope Intervention Affects Standardized Exam Scores

4J. Applying the NLN CNEA Standards to the Accreditation Process

5A. INACSL/NLN Collaborative: Enhancing Student Learning Using Debriefing Across the Curriculum- Part I

5B. Coming Together to Learn: A Multi-Campus Approach to Interprofessional Education (IPE)

5C. Update from the National Council of State Boards of Nursing

5D. Evolution of a Professional Development Co-Curriculum in Nursing Education

5E. Yes, and: Improv for Improving Classroom Teaching

5F. Enhancing Graduate Nursing Education Students' Global Perspective with Video-Recorded International Nursing Faculty Interviews

5G. Virtual Skills Sessions: Examining the Benefits of an Online Virtual Skills Lab for Undergraduate Nursing Students

5H. Expanding Pre-Licensure Pediatric Clinical Experiences:  NLN’s Advancing Care Excellence for Pediatrics (ACE.P)

5I. Feeling, Undone: A Hermeneutic Analysis of Short-Term Respite Benefits for Nursing Education Personnel

5J. Integrating an Innovative Mental Health Strand Across the Curriculum

6A. INACSL/NLN Collaborative: Enhancing Student Learning Using Debriefing Across the Curriculum- Part II

6B. Helping Combat Veterans Remain Focused on Their Objective: Achieving a BSN

6C. Using Technology to Create a Community in Online Education

6D. Identifying Needs in Nursing Education: Outcomes from a Global Leadership Forum

6E. Stop Adjunct Clinical Faculty Turnover: A Structured Three-Pronged Outcome Plan

6F. Preparing Undergraduate Nursing Students in Primary Palliative Care: An Interactive Online ELNEC Curriculum

6G. Teaching Questioning: The Role of Verifying, Clarifying, and Challenging Orders on Medication Errors

6H. Transitioning the Novice Nurse Practitioner: Impact of Residency Programs

6I. Transformative Academic-Practice Partnerships: Communities of Practice

6J. After the 911 Call: Nursing Students, Care Coordination, Social Determinants of Health and Interprofessional Teamwork

Next Generation NCLEX®: A Conversation with Dr. Philip Dickison, Chief Officer, Operations and Examinations, NCSBN

7A. Opening Doors to Leadership: NLN Leadership Institute Programs

7B. Integrating QSEN Competencies into Student Learning: Teaching Strategies for Classroom and Clinical

7C. The Courage to Teach Authentically

7D. Leading Change: Supporting Students with Collegiate Recovery Programs

7E. Understanding Statistics Related to Multiple-Choice Item Tests:  Student Evaluation and Teaching Excellence

7F. NLN’s Newest Initiative ACE.C: Supporting Family Caregivers of Older Adults

7G. Creating Coalitions: A Case Study on Leading Change in a Complex System

7H. Multiple-Patient Simulation Debriefing Guide: Redux

7I. Chutes and Ladders: The Ups and Downs of Curriculum Revision

7J. Fostering self-reflection and peer feedback skills for pre-licensure baccalaureate nursing students

8A. Nursing Education Perspectives: Writing for the NLN Research Journal

8B. Enhancing Clinical Reasoning Through The Use of Public Health Virtual Simulation

8C. An Undergraduate Nursing Student Exchange between the United States and Mexico

8D. Teaching Essential Skills to Lead, Teach, and Change Healthcare Policy

8E. Pharmacology & Clinical Decision Making- CANCELLED

8F: Achieving a Quality Simulation Program: Findings from National Data on Strengths and Gaps

8G. Combining the Power of Simulation, HeartMath, and Cognitive Rehearsal to Build Resilience and Foster Civility

8H. A Unique Simulation Based Education Model for Clinical Excellence in Nursing Services

8I. Bringing Millie to Life: Using the NLN ACES Scenario with Standardized Participants in the Classroom

8J. Creating an IPE Simulation Experience –  CANCELLED

9A. Forum for Doctoral Students: Becoming a Scholar in Nursing Education

9B. Teaching the Teacher

9C. Teaching Without Textbooks:  Heresy or Innovation?

9D. Simulated Telehealth Learning Experience with Motivational Interviewing: Impact on Learning and Nursing Practice

9E. "Managing Incivility:" Using Simulation to Train Nurses in Conflict Management

9F. How the Implicit Biases of Nursing Students Impact Health Equity

9G. Capacity Building for Clinical Education: Orientation and Role Development for Clinical Nursing Adjuncts

9H. Understanding and Promoting Resilience in Pre-Licensure Nursing Students

9I. Pragmatic Questions for Nurses Considering Professional and Research-Intensive Doctoral Education 

9J. Universal Design in Nursing Education: Support, Leadership, and Active Learning

10A. Interprofessional Education: What Faculty Really Need to Know

10B. Active Learning in the Affective Domain: A Catalyst for Professional Commitment

10C. Building a Culture of Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Academic Nursing: Shifting Processes, Infrastructure, and Competencies

10D. Interconnectedness, Innovation, and Interdepartmental Communication:  Facilitating Transition into Practice with Simulation in a Senior-Level BSN Nursing Curriculum

10E. Scrambling the Active Learning Classroom: Achieving Balance between Traditional Lecture and The Flipped Classroom

10F. Financial Management of Departments and Colleges of Nursing: Beyond Excel

10G. The Coach Approach: Using a Process-Based Pedagogy in a "Writing for Publication" Course for Doctor of Nursing Practice Students

10H. The Impact of Collaborative Testing on Content Retention in Baccalaureate Nursing Students

10I. Stewards of Children Education: Increasing Undergraduate Nursing Student Knowledge of Child Sexual Abuse

10J. Evaluating Faculty Effectiveness in Simulation Education using the Peer Assessment of Debriefing Instrument


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