Event Date/Time: Jan 03, 2011 End Date/Time: Jan 05, 2011
Early Registration Date: Nov 22, 2010
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Highlights and Benefits

In these challenging times, nursing educators are under constant pressure to produce well-qualified graduates who can think critically and provide safe, high-quality care. New demands on curriculum content continue to emerge from multiple stakeholders from inside and outside the profession. Innovative teaching techniques that help students understand and apply content to their practice are demanded. Technologies help move students toward competent clinical practice but costs must be carefully justified as school budgets are shrinking, so using new technologies to their fullest capabilities is essential. The day-to-day demands of teaching, along with work on committees and work with individual students, takes its toll on both seasoned and new faculty. Join us in Orlando for a tune-up and opportunity to meet colleagues from across the nation that are working with similar challenges and find innovative solutions that may readily apply to
your work.

Highlights of this program:

• 4 half-day Preconferences designed to give you a concentrated session on one or more areas of your practice: Legal and Policy Issues, Creative Teaching Strategies, QSEN and The Use of Simulation and Avatars to Help You Teach.
• Poster presentations and exhibits of teaching tools that can help promote quality and efficiency in nurse education.
• A complimentary luncheon and presentation on Tuesday, “Integrating the Electronic Health Record into Your Program” provided by Elsevier (limited to first 100 registrants).
• A choice of 5 Concurrent Sessions in each time frame on Wednesday to help you design a program which meets your needs.
• Access to all conference presentation slides.


1500 Epcot Resorts Blvd.
United States

Additional Information

Upon completion, participants will be better able to: • Examine current and future trends in nursing education and the implications for faculty practice and development. • Describe strategies for linking nurse education curriculum to nursing practice and evolving standards/recommendations. • Discuss methods to measure program and course outcomes. • Identify options for creative instructional delivery and course management. • Explore new research relevant to advancing nursing education. Who Should Attend? • Nursing Faculty/Educators • Deans of Nursing & Allied Health • Staff Development Educators • Clinical Nurse Educators • Allied Health Faculty • Clinical Nurse Specialists • Nurse Practitioners • Administrators • Directors • Clinical Directors • Supervisors • Consultants … anyone interested in Nursing Education.