Emerging Technologies in Nurse Education
Venue: Palace Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Jul 24, 2011||End Date/Time: Jul 26, 2011|
Changes in healthcare management are requiring nurses to be technically competent and able to quickly adapt to using technical tools in their practices. Nurse educators are adapting to this required competency by introducing technology into nurse education curriculum as their budgets will support and their technical skills will allow. The tools to support nurse education rapidly change with new ones constantly surfacing on the horizon, just as is happening in nursing practice. So we have a double mandate: to bring ourselves up to speed with these technical skills as well as maintain our awareness of what technical possibilities are available to expedite quality and consistency in the delivery of our nurse education curriculum.
Contemporary Forums' 4th Annual Emerging Technologies in Nurse Education conference offers a unique opportunity to increase awareness of new technology and experience how to integrate selected techniques into nurse education practices.
Highlights and Benefits
Two half-day Preconferences: Course Conversion/Creation: Taking It Online and Developing a Successful Clinical Simulation Center Using a Consortium Model
Concurrent Sessions for every level on the tech savvy continuum
Poster presentations showcasing approaches to using technology within nurse education
Exhibits on new products and their best uses
Networking opportunities with colleagues and a nationally known expert faculty
Bring your laptops and join us in San Francisco to fine-tune your informatics knowledge and skills with these highly effective tools and practices that promote quality and consistency in the delivery of nurse education.
Program Planning Committee Members:
Tim J. Bristol, PhD, RN, CNE I Pamela R. Jeffries, DNS, RN, FAAN, ANEF I Diane J. Skiba, PhD, FAAN, FACMI
Julie Elmquist, MS
Upon completion, participants will be able to:
Examine emerging trends in technology applications integrated in nursing education.
Discuss models for teaching informatics competencies and the use of health information technologies to support nursing practice.
Identify strategies for expanding nurse education clinical practice through the use of technology.
Describe techniques to create realism in simulation learning experiences.
Who Should Attend?
Allied Health Faculty
Clinical Nurse Educators
Directors of Nursing Programs
Deans of Nursing and Allied Health