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Continuing education to boost your nursing degree

Learn about changes in nursing education that influence how today’s students are being prepared for practice. You'll discuss teaching strategies, trends in healthcare and education that challenge educators to prepare students for RN roles, rewards and challenges of being a nursing faculty member, and more.
Teaching Tomorrow's Nurses
Go Get Your BSN: You Can Make It Happen!
Discuss issues that affect the decision to pursue a BSN, in particular RN-to-BSN opportunities. What does research say about the educational levels of nurses in regard to patient outcomes? What information do you need to consider in helping you decide to pursue your BSN? Become informed and motivated with this webinar.
Working With An Interprofessional Team
This continuing education module will show you why it's important nurses, health educators, dietitians, massage therapists, physical therapists, speech-language pathologists and other healthcare professionals work together for better patient care outcomes.
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Novice to Expert: Through the Stages of Success in Nursing
Competency in a rapidly changing healthcare environment remains a key component of excellent nursing care. This module addresses how expertise develops from novice to expert and the importance of supporting one another with this challenging journey, including Patricia Benner’s five stages of moving from novice to expert.
Harmonize Diversity and Improve Health Outcomes
Healthcare thrives on teamwork and partnering with patients to achieve exceptional health outcomes. Productive relationships depend on the willingness to create a harmonic work climate. This module introduces the concept of personality sensitivity and how personality-sensitivity training can improve performance, satisfaction, and outcomes.
Advanced Practice Nurses: Educational Pathways for the APRN Role
The call to higher education is well supported by several influential organizations. This module provides an overview of the advanced degrees for nursing graduate education and focuses on seeking higher education for the clinical role of the advanced practice registered nurse as a nurse practitioner.
Earning Degrees By Distance Education
Advancing in the nursing profession, and even maintaining a current position may require a return to academic education. Balancing work, family, and traditional classes may seem like an impossible burden. These factors make distance education a viable, desirable alternative. This CE activity provides nurses with information about obtaining academic credentials through distance learning.
The Institute of Medicine calls for all nurses to have bachelor’s degrees by 2020, and our nation is in the midst of a significant nursing and nurse educator shortage. The lack of qualified nursing faculty is a major factor in today’s nursing shortage. Many qualified applicants to nursing schools are turned away each year. Nurses need to be aware of the scope of this issue to help solve it.
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