Concurrent Sessions


1A. Conflict in the Ivory Tower: Strategies to Prevent and Address Faculty and Administrator Incivility

1B. Using a Virtual Reality 360 Degree Video Immersion to Respond to an Opioid Overdose

1C. An IV Fluid Experience They Will Never Forget

1D. Developing Patient Safety Teamwork Using the Clifton StrengthsFinder ® Tool and Cognitive Rehearsal

1E. Mental Health Crisis in America- Preparing Nursing Students to Address the Issue

1F. Case Studies and Simulation During Lecture to Enhance Critical Thinking

1G. Learning End-of-Life Care with Recorded Simulation Scenarios: A Case Unfolds

1H. Innovative Strategies in a Competency Based RN-BSN Community Health Course

1I. Using A Case Study Approach to Teach an Integrated Three P Course

1J. Achieving Distinction for Your Nursing Program: Using the Revised NLN Hallmarks of Excellence as a Guide

2A. An Integrated Doctor of Nursing Practice Curriculum: Building Scholarship and Creating Synergy

2B. Using an Unfolding Case Study and Interprofessional Team Approach to Achieve a Culturally Competent, Person-Centered Care Learning Activity

2C. The Care and Feeding of Your H-Index

2D. Leveraging E-Learning to Enhance Clinical Instructor Preparation and Development Using a Blended Learning Approach

2E. The Lived Experience of Portraying Mental Illness: Form the Standardized Patient’s View

2F. The Synthesized Classroom: A Merging of Simulation and Didactic Teaching Strategies in Nursing Education

2G. Transforming Problem Identification at the Bedside

2H. Culturally Responsive Teaching in Nursing Education

2J. A Growth Mindset in Nursing May Matter in Nursing Education

3A. CNE Update: What’s New in the Certification World- Part I

3B. Sustaining Excellence in a Time of Scarce Resources

3C. Educate, Innovate, Engage: Purposeful Integration of Educational Technology to Enhance Learner Engagement

3D. An Innovation in Nursing Education: Integrating Design Thinking in an Undergraduate Course

3E. Preceptor Development: Applying Feedback Skills with Standardized Students

3F. Creating a Culture of Success: Transitioning Military Bachelor of Science in Nursing Students to the Civilian Classroom and Beyond

3G. Cohesive, Coherent & Consistent: Transition Toolbox

3I. Nurses on Boards

3J. Mentorship: Creating a Culture of Innovation to Develop Future Nurse Researchers

4A. Certification Update: Preparing to Take the CNE or CNEcl Exam

4B. Courageous Leadership: Effective, Authentic Skills for Today's Complex World

4C. Applying for NLN CNEA Pre-Accreditation Candidacy

4D. Using Purpose, Power, & Passion to Influence Health Policy in the 116th Congress

4F. Interprofessional Learning and Collaboration Among Nursing and Biomedical Engineering Students in the Classroom and Clinical Setting

4G. Understanding Implicit Bias

4H. Mixing Up the Media- Exceeding Students' Expectations in a Media-Rich Society

4I. Preparing Nursing Students for Global Health Care Through Experiences in the Local Setting

4J. Laerdal/NLN: One Belt – One Road: Innovation in Faculty Development NLN and China

5A. INACSL/NLN Collaborative: Debriefing Across the Curriculum: Assessing Your Program for Quality Improvement - Part I

5B. Forum for Doctoral Students: Becoming a Scholar in Nursing Education

5C. Interprofessional New Graduate Orientation: RN + RT Visual Narrative

5D. Translating QVC Principles into the Classroom Environment to Inspire Student Engagement

5E. Financial Management of Departments and Colleges of Nursing: Beyond Excel

5F. Learn to Build a Disaster Scenario Tabletop Exercise: A High Impact Active Classroom Simulation That Can Measure Students' Use of Basic Medical-Surgical Knowledge

5G. Using Simulation to Address Microaggression in the Clinical Environment

5H. Faculty Orientation: A Good Start

5I. Integration of Pediatric Adversity and the Social Determinants of Health: Using the NLN’s Advancing Care Excellence for Pediatrics (ACE.P) Resources as a Prototype to Transform Nursing Curricula

5J. Hail to PAAIL! An Evidence-Based Platform to Foster Civility and Meaningful Conversations

6A. INACSL/ NLN Collaborative: Debriefing Across the Curriculum: Assessing Your Program for Quality Improvement - Part II

6B. Applying the NLN CNEA Standards to the Accreditation Process

6C. Using Blended Learning, Simulation and Interprofessional Education to Improve Patient Safety and Quality of Care

6D. CNE / CNEcl

6E. Nursing Education Perspectives: Writing for the NLN Research Journal

6F. Innovation in Simulation Using TeamStepps to Approach Incivility for New Graduate Nurses

6G. The 5-Step Process to Choose the Right App

6H. Comparing the Simulation and Clinical Environments: An Observational Study

6I. Teaching Nursing Students How to CUS: Integrating the CUS Model to Promote Civility in Class and Clinical

6J. Strategies for Providing Constructive Feedback Framed in Quality and Safety Language

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

7B. See It, Hear It, Feel It: Virtual Reality Immersive Learning

7C. Effect of Root Cause Analysis on Pre-Licensure, Senior-Level Nursing Students' Safe Medication Administration Practices

7D. Integrating Universal Design for Learning in Graduate Nursing Education

7E. Building Upon the 4Rs to Develop Clinical Nursing Faculty

7F. Observational Experiential Learning: A Framework Incorporating Gaming, Advertising, and Exercise Science to Describe How Observers Learn in Simulation

7G. Improving Nursing Judgment Through Backward Design Course Development

7H. Zooming Out: Thinking about a Fulbright Scholar Award?

7I. Thinking Outside the Box: Innovative Approach to Psychiatric Mental Health Clinical

7J. Escape Room

8A. Advancing Care Excellence for Caregivers: New Teaching Strategies to Support Family Caregivers of Older Adults

8B. Students' Attitudes and Beliefs about Incivility in Nursing Practice and Education

8C. Are Your Nursing Students Ready for the New Interprofessional Clinical Role- The Virtualist? Preparing Students to Deliver Quality Care Virtually

8D. Developing the Concept of Professional Role Competence: An Academic-Practice Partnership Project to Build Skills in Professionalism from School to Practice

8E. Developing and Piloting an Innovative, Interprofessional Educational Program to Address the Opioid Crisis: Successes and Lessons Learned

8F. Classroom Assessment Techniques

8G. A Design Thinking Approach to Faculty Development in Simulation

8H. Pursuing Improvement in Teaching Clinical Reasoning: Design and Implementation of a Clinical Reasoning Concept-Based Teaching Method

9A. An Interpretive Description of Moral Integrity and Duty Orientation for Nurse Educators

9B. Transition to Practice: Simulation Strategies to Build Resilience

9C. Technology Approaches to Effective Delivery of Global Education

9D. Breaking the ICE: Strategies for Establishing an Authentic Instructor Presence in the Online Classroom

9E. Using an Evidence-Based Faculty Training for Evaluation in High Stakes Simulation

9F. Teaching the Lived Experience of Chronic Illness Through Literature and Film

9G. Unlocking Escape Room Pedagogy: Purposeful Gaming Simulations for Learning Clinical Skills

9H. Scaffolding and Leveling Assignments to Promote Higher Level Student Learning: Exemplars from RN-BSN and MSN Curricula

9I. Using Debriefing for Meaningful Learning in Traditional Clinical Postconference

9J. DNPs as Nursing Faculty: Strategies Ensure their Success

10A. Systems Thinking for Best Practices in Faculty Mentoring

10B. "Yes, Professor, I am totally ready for class today!"

10C. A Powerful CASE for Active Learning: Live Case Studies in a Concept-Based Curriculum

10D. Exploration of Suspending Disbelief Among Graduate and Undergraduate Nursing Students

10F. The Great Cookie Experiment as a Simulation-Based Experience

10H. Changing the Brain: One Flipped Classroom at a Time

10I. Taking Student Presentations Out of the Classroom and Into the Community

10J. Evaluating Diversity in Nursing Education Programs: Evidence Driven Decision Making

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