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  • Challenges and Tips for the Experienced Grant Writer

    The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to identify the historical challenges to the conduct of nursing education research, the increasing importance of evaluating "best practices" in nursing education and the sources of funding for nurses.

    Price: US $35.00 | CNE Hours: 1.90 | Course Number : FPRD07

  • Professional Appearance and Behavior

    Nurses are profoundly involved with engagements that take them away from the bedside. From interdisciplinary teams to business meetings, it has become common-place for nurses to participate in settings where making a professional impression is important. This course provides practical information on dressing appropriately, making introductions, and networking successfully. 

    Price: US $23.75 | CNE Hours: 1.90 | Course Number : CENE01

  • Preparing a Professional Presentation for Health Care Workers

    Whether it is a presentation to a hospital board or speaking at a conference, nurses have many opportunities to present their data and experiences. Presenting that information professionally can be difficult. This engaging course addresses how to speak in a professional setting and how to avoid "The 7 Deadly Sins of Public Speaking."

    Price: US $21.25 | CNE Hours: 1.70 | Course Number : PROF02

  • Challenges and Tips for the Novice Grant Writer

    The purpose of this activity is to provide an introduction to your first grant submission by identifying challenges and tips for the novice grant writer.

    Price: US $35.00 | CNE Hours: 1.90 | Course Number : FPRD06

  • Emergency Nursing: Understanding the Profession

    What is emergency nursing? This course addresses this question and explores the profession through topics like unique roles for emergency nurses, key players in the emergency department, challenges faced, and more.

    Price: US $50.00 | CNE Hours: 5.30 | Course Number : EM001

  • Exploring a Global Paradigm Shift

    This course provides information on the global paradigm shift (GPS) and describes the elements of current health, healthcare providers, and healthcare systems needing a paradigm shift. It provides an overview of the process of transforming personal, inter-professional, organizational, and systems paradigm shifts in thinking, feeling, and behaving: from treating or curing diseases to elevating health levels so the disease could not exist. This course will teach practicing nurses to effectively and professionally use social media tools to educate, advocate, collaborate, and communicate.

    Price: US $117.00 | CNE Hours: 15.60 | Course Number : GPS01

  • Complementary Health Approaches

    There is no doubt that conventional, or Western, medicine is useful for diagnosing, treating, and curing specific diseases. Conventional medicine, as we know it, has historically been focused on combating disease with the use of medication and/or surgery. Yet, by focusing solely on the treatment and cure of disease, conventional medicine excludes the many effective uses of complementary health approaches. This course examines the benefits of complementary health approaches and how nurses can use these modalities to enhance health and well-being.

    Price: US $57.00 | CNE Hours: 6.00 | Course Number : COM001

  • Scholarship of Teaching I, II, III

    This course will provide information to assist faculty to achieve career goals that lead to promotion and/or tenure as well as displaying, communicating, and documenting the scholarship of teaching.
    Part I:
    The content identifies strategies for successful teaching of adult learners to promote meaningful student learning.
    Part II:
    The content identifies strategies for successful teaching in classroom, clinical and online environments.

    Price: US $35.00 | CNE Hours: 3.20 | Course Number : FPRD01

  • Promotion on the Clinical Track

    The purpose of this activity is to enable the participant to develop and execute a plan for achieving promotion on the Clinical Track. While many educational institutions have guidelines for promotion on the Clinical Track, others are beginning to develop guidelines, and some lack these guidelines. This presentation will provide current information regarding the expectations for Clinical Track promotion in the areas of teaching, scholarship, service and practice. The importance of identifying a key mentor to serve as an advisor in the journey for Clinical Track promotion will also be discussed.

    Price: US $35.00 | CNE Hours: 1.40 | Course Number : FPRD04

  • Scholarship of Research

    The focus of this webinar will be on the Scholarship of Research which will include developing a Research Trajectory for faculty in a clinical, research, or education position in academia.

    Price: US $35.00 | CNE Hours: 1.90 | Course Number : FPRD02

  • Community Service

    The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to document scholarly accomplishments in the faculty role areas of practice, community service and engagement.

    Price: US $35.00 | CNE Hours: 1.90 | Course Number : FPRD03

  • Showcase Your Accomplishments: The Portfolio

    The webinar describes the types of portfolios, common content, and shows examples of content. Additionally, a review of the CV is presented.

    Price: US $35.00 | CNE Hours: 1.50 | Course Number : FPRD05

  • Transforming Teaching and Learning through Reflective Practice

    This course focuses on how to create an environment for reflective learning, how to plan learning activities using reflective models and frames, and how to appraise assessment and evaluation strategies for reflective learning assignments

    Price: US $35.00 | CNE Hours: 0.70 | Course Number : FKSD12

  • Faculty, Course, Program Evaluation and Accreditation

    This course is designed to help explain the layers of review used in nursing education including faculty, course, curriculum, and program evaluation strategies. Learners will gain a better understanding of the totality of evaluation data needed to support the quality improvement decision making process and program accreditation.

    Price: US $35.00 | CNE Hours: 1.25 | Course Number : FKSD10

  • Facilitating learning in the Clinical Environment

    Health care has shifted to a focus on health promotion, care transitions, and community-based care. In response to these changes, nurse educators must redesign clinical learning within a variety of environments. Learners are challenged to consider unique learning environments and innovative clinical education models. Strategies that facilitate professionalism, learner engagement, and achievement of clinical course outcomes across the domains of learning are proposed. Best practices for evaluating performance, giving feedback, and developing a remediation plan are suggested. Planning for success as an educator through mentoring, reflection, and ongoing development is encouraged.

    Price: US $35.00 | CNE Hours: 1.25 | Course Number : FKSD09

  • Identifying and helping students at Risk

    This course will describe the importance of cultural competence and its impact on academic success in culturally diverse nursing students with limited English proficiency.

    Objectives:
    Describe cultural competence concepts and their impact on increasing academic success in culturally diverse nursing students with limited English proficiency.
    Recognize learning needs of culturally diverse nursing students for whom English is a second language.

    Price: US $35.00 | CNE Hours: 1.25 | Course Number : FKSD11

  • Designing Effective Multiple Option Tests

    The purpose of this course is to enable the learner to construct various types of multiple-option test items that will contribute to a test's measurement reliability and validity. Most nursing programs rely heavily on multiple-option test items to measure student knowledge of selected content domains. But when these items are poorly constructed or contain technical flaws, they contribute little to the overall measurement reliability and validity of a test. This course will demonstrate how to construct multiple-option test items that produce results in which nurse educators can have confidence when making assessment decisions.

    Price: US $35.00 | CNE Hours: 0.80 | Course Number : FKSD08

  • Assessing and Evaluating Clinical Learning Outcomes

    The words pass-fail are simple words, but words with major implications for students and the public. One of the most challenging clinical educator roles is determining tools and strategies to complete fair, reasonable evaluations of students’ clinical abilities. Providing competent new nurses for safe, quality patient care relates in part to good clinical evaluation skills. At a time when clinical agencies are called to task on safety issues and errors, addressing clinical evaluation concepts is more important than ever.

    Price: US $35.00 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : FKSD07

  • Integrating Technology in the Classroom

    This course will challenge nurse educators to consider how shifts in healthcare and education pedagogy should change the way they teach.

    Objectives:
    Analyze how the shifts in pedagogy and health care lead to new ways of teaching and learning.
    Discuss the need for connections in nursing practice and education and how they are aided by technology.
    Describe the hardware and software available to teach in a connect classroom.
    Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of student use of mobile computers in the classroom.
    Describe how to integrate connecting technology into the curriculum.

    Price: US $35.00 | CNE Hours: 1.30 | Course Number : FKSD06

  • Assessing and Evaluating Learning Outcomes in the Classroom

    Tests are only one means of evaluating student learning in the classroom and online environment. Teachers in nursing need to have a toolkit of multiple methods they can use for assessing learning and determining if students met the course outcomes.

    At the end of this course, participants will have a better understanding of assessment and evaluation in nursing including methods they can use in their own courses for evaluating student learning.

    Price: US $35.00 | CNE Hours: 0.90 | Course Number : FKSD05

  • Creating Effective Distance Learning Courses

    This content will enable the learner to develop or improve knowledge of and skills in distance education teaching strategies.

    Objectives:

    Identify distance learning resources needed for faculty and students.
    Describe best practices in distance learning.
    Develop a new learning object for a distance learning course.
    Identify assessment options in distance learning.

    Price: US $35.00 | CNE Hours: 1.00 | Course Number : FKSD04A

  • Academic Service Partnerships

    This presentation provides information about Academic Service Partnerships with details about components of effective partnerships and examples from the field to illustrate the application of those key components. Participants will learn about academic service partnerships, how to apply the information to their own efforts and how to share their successes

    Price: US $35.00 | CNE Hours: 0.80 | Course Number : FKSD02C

  • Innovative Curricular Models

    This course is designed for the nursing educator and will provide information about various curricular strategies such as dedicated educational units, dual credit agreements, and flipped classrooms.

    Objectives:

    Describe various innovative pedagogical practices and identify strategies for adopting each strategy into practice.
    Devise strategies for implanting innovative curricular models into curriculum and course planning.

    Price: US $35.00 | CNE Hours: 0.90 | Course Number : FKSD03

  • Basics of Curriculum Design

    This course presents an overview of the components of a curriculum and three ways that many nursing programs use to organize the knowledge, skills, values, and beliefs that prepare a student to enter the world of nursing practice.

    Price: US $35.00 | CNE Hours: 0.75 | Course Number : FKSD02

  • Understanding the Learner

    This program promotes understanding of diverse learners and approaches to facilitate their academic success. Interactions between learners’ traditions and expectations of professional nursing and healthcare in the US are analyzed to develop culturally appropriate strategies to facilitate their academic success.

    Price: US $35.00 | CNE Hours: 1.00 | Course Number : FKSD01A

  • How Students Learn

    This program will help faculty members understand the current state of learning science and be able to develop teaching activities designed to engage students in active learning.

    Price: US $35.00 | CNE Hours: 1.00 | Course Number : FKSD01B

  • The Pedagogy of Civility: Strategies to Create an Engaged Learning Environment

    Redesigning nursing education while simultaneously responding to the changing demographics of students entering nursing programs is a challenge for nurse educators. This complex mix requires faculty to be skilled at classroom management since academic incivility impedes learning and jeopardizes the welfare of others. Active learning activities maximize critical thinking and student engagement while decreasing uncivil and disruptive behaviors. This webinar highlights several evidence-based ready-to-use teaching tools to infuse your teaching repertoire, inspire student engagement, and foster a safe, civil learning environment.

    Price: US $35.00 | CNE Hours: 1.30 | Course Number : FKSD01C

  • Mastering Informatics

    This course is written by the top informaticists in healthcare, the book covers everything from planning and analysis to designing, testing, training, implementing, maintaining, evaluating, security, patient safety, analytic, mobility and much more. The content in the book Mastering Informatics: A Healthcare Handbook for Success and the additional online information will help prepare you for the ANCC board certification exam in nursing informatics (RN-BC).

    This companion CNE course to Mastering Informatics provides additional content on each of the chapters included in the book Mastering Informatics: A Healthcare Handbook for Success. By purchasing a new copy of Mastering Informatics: A Healthcare Handbook for Success, you can complete all of the continuing nursing education (CNE) units required for the nursing informatics exam from one product.

    Price: US $250.00 | CNE Hours: 30.60 | Course Number : INFprogram

  • The Nurse Instructor Educational Course

    The Nurse Instructor Educational Course helps you to understand nursing education as you evolve as a faculty member. Like many others who have come before you, you may not have had any formal training or experience in education or teaching methods. The focus is on understanding curriculum and course development, teaching methods and evaluation strategies, and the use of technology and social media in nursing education.

    Price: US $55.00 | CNE Hours: 4.20 | Course Number : ED0001

  • The Future of Nursing: What IOM Report Means to Me

    This course will explore and analyze the impact of the Institute of Medicine’s report, “The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health.” Other coinciding factors, such as the Affordable Care Act, will be addressed to highlight new nursing care competencies needed to secure better health outcomes. This course will also inform nurses on the best ways to prepare for future changes in health care delivery through the transformation of their own practices and the education needed to achieve those transformations.

    Price: US $80.00 | CNE Hours: 6.50 | Course Number : TRA001

  • Integrating Technology in Nursing

    Beginning with the history of technology in teaching, Integrating Technology in Nursing explains to learners current technology used in education and clinical settings. The course also covers introducing technology to teammates, creating a business plan for technology, and how technology will be used in the future.

    Price: US $68.75 | CNE Hours: 5.50 | Course Number : TEC001

  • Legal Risks as a Nurse

    This course will enhance your understanding of legal aspects of everyday nursing and help you to increase your ability to recognize and avoid the legal risks involved in nursing practice. Part of the Surviving Your First Years as a Nurse Program.

    Price: US $69.95 | CNE Hours: 5.70 | Course Number : SYFY02

  • Dealing With Difficult Patients and Families

    Nurses confront difficult people in every aspect of their working life. Understanding the nurse’s own response to difficult people provides the basis for effectively dealing with the diverse personality types faced on a daily basis. In health care, the challenges come not only from patients, but from families. This course gives information on the fundamental reasons why patients seem difficult to work with, why families may be acting difficult, and provides a series of effective strategies. Part of the Surviving Your First Years as a Nurse Program.

    Price: US $21.95 | CNE Hours: 3.50 | Course Number : SYFY03

  • Stakeholder Participation in System Change: A New Conceptual Model

    This article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing helps the reader understand the motivations and activities of stakeholders who participate in system change.

    Price: US $16.25 | CNE Hours: 1.30 | Course Number : WV008

  • Outcomes of an Oral Care Protocol in Postmechanically Ventilated Patients

    This article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing examines the impact of an oral care protocol in postmechanically ventilated patients.

    Price: US $16.25 | CNE Hours: 1.30 | Course Number : WV007

  • Educating Family Caregivers for Older Adults About Delirium

    This article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing aims to identify ways of educating family caregivers about delirium and the need for further research in this area.

    Price: US $15.00 | CNE Hours: 1.20 | Course Number : WV006

  • 2015 Biennial Convention: STTI as Edge Runner

    In this presentation from STTI's 43rd Biennial Convention, Hester Klopper shares details of the organization and the initiatives that have been supporting the call to action as STTI celebrates its achievements as members, chapters, and an organization as a whole.

    Price: US $15.63 | CNE Hours: 1.25 | Course Number : CONV15A

  • 2015 Biennial Convention: Claiming an Area of Knowledge as Nursing Science

    In this presentation from STTI's 43rd Biennial Convention, Jacquelyn Campbel addresses holistic responses, policy formation, and interdisciplinary science in violence victimization and trauma informed care.

    Price: US $15.63 | CNE Hours: 1.25 | Course Number : CONV15B

  • 2015 Biennial Convention: In the Quest for Excellence

    In this presentation from STTI's 43rd Biennial Convention, Dr. Sheila Tlou shares reflections on her personal pursuit for excellence and leadership and how she has used those lessons to inspire leadership in the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals.

    Price: US $18.75 | CNE Hours: 1.50 | Course Number : CONV15C

  • Evaluating the Quality, Rigour and Content of Evidence-Based Practice Point-of-Care Resources

    This article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing aims to improve participants' capacity to appraise and evaluate the quality and appropriateness of evidence based practice point-of-care resources.

    Price: US $15.00 | CNE Hours: 1.20 | Course Number : WV005

  • Effectiveness of Interventions for Improving the Research Literacy of Nurses

    This article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing synthesizes the latest evidence on education for improving the research literacy of nurses. Course designs and formats are discussed and the best evidence presented.

    Price: US $15.00 | CNE Hours: 1.20 | Course Number : WV004

  • Geriatric Nursing Knowledge Assessment

    The Geriatric Nursing Knowledge Assessment is a resource for Registered Nurses to improve expertise and ability to properly care for patients and residents in long-term care settings.

    The assessment questions, developed by gerontological advanced practice nurses, are categorized according to competencies. Upon completion of the assessment, participants will receive feedback on the results, as well as a report indicating whether the competencies were met. The estimated time of completion for this assessment is up to 70 minutes.

    Price: US $49.95 | CNE Hours: 0.00 | Course Number : GNKA000

  • Nurse's Clinical Decision Making

    This course will provide learners with an opportunity to learn and practice clinical reasoning strategies and develop effective “thinking habits” that they can use to make accurate clinical judgments and decisions that lead to implementation of appropriate nursing actions. Learners will have the opportunity to use skills learned in this course to solve clinical cases and judge their diagnostic accuracy using research-based scales.

    Price: US $33.25 | CNE Hours: 3.50 | Course Number : CDM001

  • Tips for Successful Publishing From Editors

    Publishing in a peer-reviewed journal can give you more recognition and opportunities for advancement. But do you know how to do it? How do you write and submit a manuscript? Which journal should you submit to? This course will provide practical tips to get your work published. Content will cover selecting the right journal, suggestions for a brief letter to the editor, steps for manuscript construction, and tips if asked to revise content. 

    Price: US $33.75 | CNE Hours: 2.70 | Course Number : EDIT01

  • Reducing Agitation in Elders With Dementia

    The purpose of this course is to provide nurses with the knowledge on how to decrease and/or prevent the frequency and severity of agitated episodes in elders who are diagnosed with dementia.

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 1.50 | Course Number : GNLA001

  • International Uptake of a Proven Intervention to Reduce Death and Dependency in Acute Stroke: A Cross-Sectional Survey Following the QASC Trial

    This article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing explores international uptake through online dissemination of the fever, sugar, and swallow (FeSS) protocols from the Quality in Acute Stroke Care (QASC) trial.

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV016

  • Systematic Review of Psychosocial Interventions for People with Spinal Cord Injury During Inpatient Rehabilitation: Implications for Evidence-Based Practice

    This article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing aims to identify interventional research regarding psychosocial care for people with SCI during inpatient rehabilitation and synthesize the evidence of the effects and characteristics of these studies.

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV017

  • Impact of Managers’ Coaching Conversations on Staff Knowledge Use and Performance in Long-Term Care Settings

    This article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing aims to test a theoretical model of nursing home staff perceptions of their work context, their managers’ use of coaching conversations, and their use of instrumental, conceptual and persuasive research.

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV018

  • A Comparison of the Incidence of Post-Dural Puncture Headache and Backache After Spinal Anesthesia: A Pragmatic Randomized Controlled Trial

    This article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing aims to compare the incidence of post-dural puncture headache and backache after different periods of bed rest following spinal anesthesia.

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV019

  • Farmworker Vulnerability to Heat Hazards: A Conceptual Framework

    This article from the Journal of Nursing Scholarship reviews factors that impact the effort of hot environments on the human body in order to develop a conceptual model of human biological response.

    Price: US $15.00 | CNE Hours: 1.20 | Course Number : JNS006

  • Planetary Health and the Role of Nursing: A Call to Action

    This article from Journal of Nursing Scholarship discusses the drivers of planetary health, responses, and the role of nursing in making health systems more resilient in an era of increasing stresses. As health providers, scientists, educators, and leaders, nurses have an obligation to prepare for climate change and other impacts of ecosystem strain on human health.

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS007

  • Mandate for the Nursing Profession to Address Climate Change Through Nursing Education

    This article from the Journal of Nursing Scholarship discusses the adverse health effects from climate change demand action from the nursing profession. This article examines the calls to action, the status of climate change in nursing education, and challenges and recommendations for nursing education related to climate change and human health.

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS008

  • Challenges and Resources for Nurses Participating in a Hurricane Sandy Hospital Evacuation

    Weather-related disasters have increased dramatically in recent years. In 2012, severe flooding as a result of Hurricane Sandy necessitated the mid-storm patient evacuation of New York University Langone Medical Center. The purpose of this article from the Journal of Nursing Scholarship was to explore, from the nurses’ perspective, what the challenges and resources were to carrying out their responsibilities, and what the implications are for nursing education and preparation for disaster.

    Price: US $15.00 | CNE Hours: 1.20 | Course Number : JNS009

  • Henderson Repository CNE Collection: Maternal-Infant Microbiomes

    Research regarding maternal-infant microbiomes may help give babies a healthier start in life (Vagina Microbiome Consortium, 2016). The November 2017 issue of the Henderson Repository CNE Collection, provides evidence regarding Maternal-Infant Microbiomes. This collection highlights four aspects of microbiome research including maternal chronic stressors, environmental exposures, cervical microbiome, and preterm infant pain/stress neurodevelopment and gut microbiome diversity.

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 1.20 | Course Number : REP002

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