Presented by national experts in nursing curriculum innovation and
Embassy Suites – Livonia/Detroit
November 16, 2012
8am - 4pm
Full day workshop
Continental Breakfast & Lunch
Admission to an NLN pre-summit workshop
Two follow up webinars
Eligibility for an NLN recognition award
6 CEU hours
DESCRIPTION Advancing Care Excellence for Seniors (ACES) guides
the teaching of nursing students to provide competent, individualized
and humanistic care to older adults. This workshop addresses
the complexity of decision making about care for the older adult
in a variety of home, institutional and community-based settings.
ACES WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES
Upon completion of the ACES Workshop – Innovations in
Teaching, the participant will be able to:
Understand how the primary components
of the NLN ACES framework promote quality care of older adults.
Discuss how the NLN ACES framework builds upon
other initiatives such as the QSEN (Quality and Safety in
Nursing Education), and the IOM’s (Institute of Medicine)
series of reports on health care quality (Crossing the Quality
Explain the pedagogical basis of the ACES unfolding
Discuss how to apply simulation debriefing
techniques to facilitate student learning of quality care
of older adults.
Discuss the use of ACES unfolding cases
to teach care of older adults.
Identify three ways to begin and sustain change
related to teaching care of older adults within your course,
team, or nursing program.