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The National League for Nursing & Kramer School of Nursing

NLN Preparation Course for Certification as a Nurse Educator
Oklahoma City University
Kramer School of Nursing
Oklahoma City, OK
May 17, 2013

SPEAKER INFORMATION

Frances Eason EdD, RN-BC, MSN, CNE, ANEF, is a Professor at the College of Nursing, East Carolina University. Dr. Eason has taught in the undergraduate program since 1976 and also has held a graduate appointment since 1981. Her focus has been on evaluating the learning process and developing strategies to promote nurse educators success at assisting students to learn. She has also taught faculty development courses on “test construction” on “teaching and testing for the NCLEX-RN examination”, and more recently, the “NLN Preparation course for Certification as a Nurse Educator”. She is the current director of the NEED project at East Carolina University, an acronym that stands for “Nursing Education Educator Development. This is an education program that satisfies the requirement of the NC Board of Nursing for educators teaching in programs that lead to licensure. Dr. Eason was fortunate to study under Dr. Malcolm Knowles, known as the “Father of Adult Education”, and her graduate degrees are in Nursing and in Education. Dr. Eason has over fifteen publications in Peer review journals, and has written several textbook chapters. She is also a consulting editor at “Advance for Nurses”. During her career, Dr. Eason has received eight “outstanding teacher awards” from students and also from the Beta Nu chapter of Sigma Theta Tau. Dr. Eason served as an NLNAC Program Evaluator for 30 years. In 2011, she was named to the East Carolina University College of Nursing’s Hall of Fame.

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