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The National League for Nursing offers professional development, networking opportunities, assessment services, nursing research grants, and public policy initiatives to nearly 45,000 individual and over 1,000 institutional members. NLN members represent nursing education programs across the spectrum of higher education, and health care organizations and agencies.

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Coming Soon from NLN Press: Best Practices in Teaching Nursing by Drs. Joanne Noone & Paula Gubrud, Editors

Aug 28, 2023, 20:17 PM by Mike Gmail Keaton
Meet Them at the 2023 NLN Education Summit in September

Coming Soon from NLN Press: Best Practices in Teaching Nursing by Drs. Joanne Noone & Paula Gubrud, Editors

Meet Them at the 2023 NLN Education Summit in September

Washington, DC — The National League for Nursing proudly continues a tradition of publishing new works of scholarship in advance of the annual NLN Education Summit in September with the release for sale of a new volume by the NLN Press.

Best Practices in Teaching Nursing, a series of essays by expert nurse educators, edited by Joanne Noone, PhD, RN, CNE, FAAN, ANEF and Paula Gubrud, EdD, RN, CHSE, FAAN, ANEF, is now available at a discounted pre-Summit price through the NLN Bookstore.

Wolters Kluwer Health, the publisher of NLN Press, will participate in the Summit’s Exhibitor Hall, giving attendees the chance to meet and greet NLN Press editors and authors and purchase signed copies of their publications.

NLN Chair Kathleen Poindexter, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF, interim associate dean for academic affairs and assistant dean for undergraduate programs and faculty development at Michigan State University in Lansing, said, “We encourage everyone attending the NLN Education Summit as well as those unable to join us to pre-order now so they can get their hands on this informative, reflective volume.”

NLN President and CEO Beverly Malone, PhD, RN, FAAN, said, “Reading what these master instructors and mentors have to say is certain to be an illuminating experience for anyone seeking expert guidance and strategic thinking that maximizes teaching and learning outcomes in diverse classroom and clinical settings.”

One experienced scholar and veteran nurse educator, Christine Tanner, PhD, RN, FAAN, ANEF, professor emerita, Oregon Health and Science University in Portland, summed up the book’s value this way:

“The science of learning continues to evolve and influence best practices in teaching. This text provides critical information to nurse educators who may not have had formal preparation in teaching as well as experienced nurse educators needing an update on current best practices.”

Best Practices Teaching Nursing

Edited by Joanne Noone, PhD, RN, CNE, FAAN, ANEF and Paula Gubrud, EdD, RN, CHSE, FAAN, ANEF

As accreditation standards and licensure exam expectations evolve, nurse educators are increasingly challenged to design curricula that encompass an ever-expanding amount of content with a concurrent focus on clinical judgment and preparation for practice. Best Practices in Teaching Nursing empowers readers with a detailed perspective on advances in nursing pedagogies that support the development of deep understanding and effective clinical judgment among students.

Expert nurse educators have contributed essays to this unique text to help foster exceptional education experiences with an emphasis on practical application focused on teaching and assessing learners. Current and best practices are grounded within nursing as a practice profession and incorporate the science of learning, reflecting the most current research-based insights and proven pedagogical approaches.

Among the dynamic new material, readers will find:

  • Critical information for teaching in the classroom and beyond—including online, simulation, and clinical environments.
  • Foundational elements for designing and assessing learning activities.
  • Relevant knowledge and skills behind effective instruction, informed by trusted learning science.
  • Essential pedagogical concepts and salient information for teaching with best practices
  • Concepts and activities to educate diverse learners and address the social determinants of health.
  • Teaching and learning activities beyond acute care to support effective instruction for population-based care, care coordination, and inter-professional education.
Pre-order a copy now in the NLN Bookstore. For more information about the NLN Education Summit, visit Summit.NLN.org.

 

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About the National League for Nursing

Dedicated to excellence in nursing, the National League for Nursing is the premier organization for nurse faculty and leaders in nursing education. The NLN offers professional development, networking opportunities, testing services, nursing research grants, and public policy initiatives to its nearly 45,000 individual and 1,000 institutional members, comprising nursing education programs across the spectrum of higher education and health care organizations. Learn more at NLN.org.

Contact

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Michael Keaton
Deputy Chief Communications Officer
mkeaton@nln.org
202-909-2544
Leslie Block
Managing Editor, Nursing Education Perspectives
Editor, NLN Member Update
lblock@nln.org
973-777-4491
India West
Digital Marketing Manager
iwest@nln.org
202-909-2505
Ann Marie Watson
Marketing & Communications Manager
awatson@nln.org
202-909-2504
Jane Rosen
Media Consultant
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201-906-7339

For media inquiries, contact Michael Keaton, deputy chief communications officer.

Honors

APEX Award 2024

The National League for Nursing earned national recognition in the 2024 APEX Awards for Publication Excellence:

 

2024 Hermes Award WinnerHermes Platinum Award WinnerThe National League for Nursing and CNEA earned national honors in the 2024 Hermes Creative Awards:

AJN First Place 2023

 

A Systematic Approach to Evaluation of Nursing Programs, 2nd edition, edited by Marilyn H. Oermann, PhD, RN, FAAN, ANEF, awarded first place in the 2023 AJN Book of the Year Awards in the Nursing Education/Professional Development category.

AJN Second Place 2023

 

Clinical Simulations in Nursing Education: Advanced Concepts, Trends, and Opportunities, 2nd edition, edited by Pamela R. Jeffries, PhD, RN, FAAN, ANEF, FSSH, awarded second place in the 2023 AJN Book of the Year Awards in the Adult Primary Care category and third place in the Nursing Education/Professional Development category.


The NLN Nursing EDge Unscripted podcast earned Honorable Mention in the 2023 PR Daily Nonprofit Communications Awards in the Podcast category. 


The National League for Nursing earned national recognition in the 2023 APEX Awards for Publication Excellence:

  • Grand Award: NLN.org in the Website - Most Improved category
  • Award of Excellence: NLN.org in the Websites category
  • Award of Excellence: NLN Member Update in the Newsletters - Electronic & Email category

The National League for Nursing earned national honors in the 2023 Hermes Creative Awards:

  • Gold Winner: NLN.org in the Website Overall - Nonprofit category
  • Gold Winner: NLN.org in the Website Overall - Redesign category
  • Gold Winner: NLN Nursing EDge Unscripted podcast in the Podcast Series category
  • Gold Winner: NLN Accelerator in the E-Newsletter category
  • Honorable Mention: NLN.org Home Page in the Home Page category
  • Honorable Mention: NLN Education Summit Website in the Microsite category
  • Honorable Mention: NLN Member Update in the E-Newsletter category
  • Honorable Mention: NLN Look Ahead in the E-Newsletter category

The National League for Nursing earned national acclaim in the 2022 PR Daily Awards:

 

The 2022 Power of Association Gold Award Winner designation was presented to the National League for Nursing by the America Society for Association Executives (ASAE) for Taking Aim: Addressing Structural Racism, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Implicit Bias & Social Justice.

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In the News

Becker's Hospital Review

Lawmakers reintroduce Stop Nurse Shortages Act : Features NLN Information

Arizona Daily Sun

Spotlight on Nurse Educators: Features NLN Information

Forbes

How To Become An Emergency Room Nurse: Features NLN Information

Spectrum News

Is the U.S. ready for a 32-hour work week? Some lawmakers think so: Interviews of NLN President & CEO Dr. Beverly Malone & Staff

Nurse.com

24 Nursing Certifications to Boost Your Career: Features NLN Information

McKnights Long-Term Care News

‘Dangerous’ trend requires different support for new and experienced nurses: expert panel: Features NLN President & CEO Dr. Beverly Malone

ASAE Center for Association Leadership

Four-Day Flex Work a Win-Win for Nursing Association and Its Staff: Article by NLN Leadership

U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Data Deep Dive: A National Nursing Crisis: Features NLN Information

Fox News

Burnt out and getting out: American hospitals struggle with increasing shortage of nurses: Interview of NLN President & CEO Dr. Beverly Malone

Becker's Hospital Review

Meet the 6 nurse 'living legends' named by the American Academy of Nursing: Features NLN Chief Program Officer Dr. Janice Brewington

Minority Nurse Magazine

The National League for Nursing: Connecting the Academic and Clinical Worlds for 130 Years: Interview of NLN President & CEO Dr. Beverly Malone

TheBodyPro

Developing LGBTQ+ Education for Nursing Programs: Features NLN Information

AZ Big Media

How to advance your career in nursing to the next stage: Features NLN Information

Nurse.com

10 Side Hustles for Nurses: Features NLN Information

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

National League for Nursing remains leader to U.S. nurses for 130 years: Features NLN Information

MedPage Today

Operation Nightingale: State Nursing Boards React to the Fake Diploma Scheme: Interview of NLN President & CEO Dr. Beverly Malone

Digital Connect Mag

How To Become A Family Nurse Practitioner: Features NLN Information

Daily Nurse

Offering a Vision on Climate Change and Nursing: Interview of NLN Experts

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

We’re running out of nurses. Here’s what we must do: Features NLN Research

Fortune Magazine

What type of experience do you need to enroll in an online master’s in nursing (MSN) program?: Interview of NLN President & CEO Dr. Beverly Malone & Features NLN Research

Millenial Magazine

How To Boost Your Career Prospects As A Nursing Student: Features NLN Information

HealthTech

How Healthcare Organizations Can Overcome Staff Shortages: Interview of NLN President & CEO Dr. Beverly Malone

HealthTech

30 Healthcare IT Influencers Worth a Follow in 2022: Features NLN President & CEO Dr. Beverly Malone

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Celebrating Leading Women in Higher Education: Features NLN President & CEO Dr. Beverly Malone

WomensBiz

Power Package: Inspiring a Nation of Nurses: Interview of NLN President & CEO Dr. Beverly Malone

HealthTech

3 Nursing Tech Trends to Watch in 2022: Interview of NLN President & CEO Dr. Beverly Malone

Scripps National News

Nursing educator shortage: TV Interview of NLN President & CEO Dr. Beverly Malone

The Lund Report

The Pandemic Changed How Nursing Schools Use Simulation: Interview of NLN President & CEO Dr. Beverly Malone

New York Times

Biden Opens New Federal Office for Climate Change, Health and Equity: Interview of NLN President & CEO Dr. Beverly Malone

NPR Here & Now

Medical Organizations Push For Health Care Institutions To Implement COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates: Radio Interview of NLN President & CEO Dr. Beverly Malone

NBC Nightly News

Hospitals overwhelmed amid surge in new Covid patients: Features NLN Information

Scripps National News

More VR and online courses becoming part of nursing education in the future: TV Interview of NLN President & CEO Dr. Beverly Malone

Essence

Creating Healthier Outcomes for POC: Features NLN Information

Scripps National News

Nursing education addressing systemic racism in health care: TV Interview of NLN Experts

New York Times

‘It was like a war call’: Applications to nursing schools rose during the pandemic: Interview of NLN President & CEO Dr. Beverly Malone

Kaiser Health News

COVID-19 'didn't scare me away': Nursing schools see enrollment bump amid pandemic: Interview of NLN President & CEO Dr. Beverly Malone

U.S. News & World Report

How Coronavirus Affects Nursing School Admissions: Features NLN Information

Daily Nurse

Nurses on the Frontlines of COVID-19: Interview of NLN President & CEO Dr. Beverly Malone

Community College Daily

Urgently needed, but facing hurdles to complete: Interview of NLN President & CEO Dr. Beverly Malone

Becker's Hospital Review

70 African American leaders in healthcare to know: Features NLN President & CEO Dr. Beverly Malone

New York Daily News

Photo of exhausted nurse goes viral with praise for healers: Interview of NLN President & CEO Dr. Beverly Malone

Nurse.com

Nursing Staff Development Ideas Worth Investing In: Interview of NLN President & CEO Dr. Beverly Malone

Nurse.com

Make ‘Cents’ of Nurse Pay to Recruit Quality Candidates: Interview of NLN President & CEO Dr. Beverly Malone

The Hill

Understanding social reasons for poor health helps to fix inequality: Op-ed by NLN President & CEO Dr. Beverly Malone

Archived News Releases & Statements

Coming Soon from NLN Press: Best Practices in Teaching Nursing by Drs. Joanne Noone & Paula Gubrud, Editors

Aug 28, 2023, 20:17 PM by Mike Gmail Keaton
Meet Them at the 2023 NLN Education Summit in September

Coming Soon from NLN Press: Best Practices in Teaching Nursing by Drs. Joanne Noone & Paula Gubrud, Editors

Meet Them at the 2023 NLN Education Summit in September

Washington, DC — The National League for Nursing proudly continues a tradition of publishing new works of scholarship in advance of the annual NLN Education Summit in September with the release for sale of a new volume by the NLN Press.

Best Practices in Teaching Nursing, a series of essays by expert nurse educators, edited by Joanne Noone, PhD, RN, CNE, FAAN, ANEF and Paula Gubrud, EdD, RN, CHSE, FAAN, ANEF, is now available at a discounted pre-Summit price through the NLN Bookstore.

Wolters Kluwer Health, the publisher of NLN Press, will participate in the Summit’s Exhibitor Hall, giving attendees the chance to meet and greet NLN Press editors and authors and purchase signed copies of their publications.

NLN Chair Kathleen Poindexter, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF, interim associate dean for academic affairs and assistant dean for undergraduate programs and faculty development at Michigan State University in Lansing, said, “We encourage everyone attending the NLN Education Summit as well as those unable to join us to pre-order now so they can get their hands on this informative, reflective volume.”

NLN President and CEO Beverly Malone, PhD, RN, FAAN, said, “Reading what these master instructors and mentors have to say is certain to be an illuminating experience for anyone seeking expert guidance and strategic thinking that maximizes teaching and learning outcomes in diverse classroom and clinical settings.”

One experienced scholar and veteran nurse educator, Christine Tanner, PhD, RN, FAAN, ANEF, professor emerita, Oregon Health and Science University in Portland, summed up the book’s value this way:

“The science of learning continues to evolve and influence best practices in teaching. This text provides critical information to nurse educators who may not have had formal preparation in teaching as well as experienced nurse educators needing an update on current best practices.”

Best Practices Teaching Nursing

Edited by Joanne Noone, PhD, RN, CNE, FAAN, ANEF and Paula Gubrud, EdD, RN, CHSE, FAAN, ANEF

As accreditation standards and licensure exam expectations evolve, nurse educators are increasingly challenged to design curricula that encompass an ever-expanding amount of content with a concurrent focus on clinical judgment and preparation for practice. Best Practices in Teaching Nursing empowers readers with a detailed perspective on advances in nursing pedagogies that support the development of deep understanding and effective clinical judgment among students.

Expert nurse educators have contributed essays to this unique text to help foster exceptional education experiences with an emphasis on practical application focused on teaching and assessing learners. Current and best practices are grounded within nursing as a practice profession and incorporate the science of learning, reflecting the most current research-based insights and proven pedagogical approaches.

Among the dynamic new material, readers will find:

  • Critical information for teaching in the classroom and beyond—including online, simulation, and clinical environments.
  • Foundational elements for designing and assessing learning activities.
  • Relevant knowledge and skills behind effective instruction, informed by trusted learning science.
  • Essential pedagogical concepts and salient information for teaching with best practices
  • Concepts and activities to educate diverse learners and address the social determinants of health.
  • Teaching and learning activities beyond acute care to support effective instruction for population-based care, care coordination, and inter-professional education.
Pre-order a copy now in the NLN Bookstore. For more information about the NLN Education Summit, visit Summit.NLN.org.

 

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About the National League for Nursing

Dedicated to excellence in nursing, the National League for Nursing is the premier organization for nurse faculty and leaders in nursing education. The NLN offers professional development, networking opportunities, testing services, nursing research grants, and public policy initiatives to its nearly 45,000 individual and 1,000 institutional members, comprising nursing education programs across the spectrum of higher education and health care organizations. Learn more at NLN.org.