Nurse Educator

Nurse Educator

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Nurse Educators work to shape the next generation of nurses. They can teach students studying for an ASN, BSN, and more, or get certified in continuing education and refresher courses. As a Nurse Educator, you can also conduct research, write grant proposals and help maintain clinical standards in the nursing profession.

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Nurse Educators work to shape the next generation of nurses. They can teach students studying for an ASN, BSN, and more, or get certified in continuing education and refresher courses. As a Nurse Educator, you can also conduct research, write grant proposals and help maintain clinical standards in the nursing profession.

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  • International Nurses Experiences Research

    Posted Nov 18, 2017 by Gale Sewell

    Long-Term Effects of Baccalaureate Students' International Nursing Experience on Practicing Nurses

    Did you travel abroad during your baccalaureate nursing education?
    If so, I would like to have your input to know what impact these experiences have had on YOU personally and professionally. Would you please take 10-15 minutes to respond to a short survey?
    To participate in...

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    Long-Term Effects of Baccalaureate Students’ International Nursing Experience on Practicing Nurses

    Did you travel abroad during your baccalaureate nursing education?
    If so, I would like to have your input to know what impact these experiences have had on YOU personally and professionally. Would you please take 10-15 minutes to respond to a short survey?
    To participate in this study, you must:
    - Hold a baccalaureate or higher degree in nursing.
    - Have practiced as a Registered Nurse for at least 18 months.
    - Currently be working or volunteering as a Registered Nurse.
    - Have completed an international nursing experience during your baccalaureate education.
    For more information and access to survey go to www.unwsp.edu/internationalnursingsurvey

    Principle Investigator: Gale Sewell PhD (candidate) MSN, RN, CNE
    PhD student at: Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions
    Professor of Nursing at University of Northwestern, St Paul.
    Contact: internationalnsgexp@gmail.com

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  • Infusion Institute's IV Therapy & Phlebotomy Classes

    Posted Aug 13, 2017 by Rose Koshy, RN, BSN, CRNI, VA-BC

    ITI's class schedule is set for the rest of 2017!

    We are trying to condense multiple classes into a single week for those that want to take more than one of our infusion courses in the Chicagoland area.
    Visit www.infusioninstitute.com for class information and registration.

    - Ultrasound Guided PICC insertion: Oct 23-24 & Nov 29-30

    - IV Therapy Boot Camp: Sept 11...

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    ITI's class schedule is set for the rest of 2017!

    We are trying to condense multiple classes into a single week for those that want to take more than one of our infusion courses in the Chicagoland area.
    Visit www.infusioninstitute.com for class information and registration.

    - Ultrasound Guided PICC insertion: Oct 23-24 & Nov 29-30

    - IV Therapy Boot Camp: Sept 11 & Nov 28

    - IV Therapy Certificate Program:
    Aug 28-29, Oct 10-11 & Dec 7-8

    - Ultrasound Guided Peripheral IV Insertion:
    Sept 13, Oct 28 & Dec 6

    - Home Infusion Nursing Certificate:
    Aug 22-23, Oct 26-27 & Dec 11-12

    - Phlebotomy and Specimen Processing: Sept 12 & Nov 27

    - Fundamentals of Peripheral IV Therapy:
    Aug 24, Oct 25 & Dec 13

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  • RN New Graduate Residency Program

    Posted Jul 24, 2017 by Timothy Armes

    Please share with students!

  • Assistant Professor in Nursing-University of Texas at Tyler

    Posted May 12, 2017 by James Bone
  • Call For Abstracts!

    Posted Dec 7, 2016 by Sean Bennett

    Please send the following to your faculty and nursing students.

    Utah Valley University 7th Annual Nursing Conference
    Utah Valley University, Wednesday, 8 March 2017, 1:30-4:30 pm
    Call for Abstracts: Podium and Poster Presentations
    Abstract deadline: 13 January 2017.

    Utah Valley University Department of Nursing is pleased to announce its 7th Annual Nursing Conference. Th...

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    Please send the following to your faculty and nursing students.

    Utah Valley University 7th Annual Nursing Conference
    Utah Valley University, Wednesday, 8 March 2017, 1:30-4:30 pm
    Call for Abstracts: Podium and Poster Presentations
    Abstract deadline: 13 January 2017.

    Utah Valley University Department of Nursing is pleased to announce its 7th Annual Nursing Conference. Those interested in presenting posters or providing a podium presentation should choose a topic with implications for nursing, nursing research, and/or practice. Both faculty and students are encouraged to submit abstracts. Podium presentations will last 35-40 minutes. The target audience for this event will be Associate's, Bachelor’s, and Master’s student nurses and faculty, along with selected invitees from the community.

    Submit abstracts electronically to Sean Bennett MSN, RN , Chair of Nursing Conference Committee: sean.bennett@uvu.edu by 13 January 2017.

    We look forward to hearing from you.

    UVU Nursing Conference Planning Committee

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  • Intermountain Healthcare and BYU College of Nursing Collaborative Research Conference.

    Posted Jul 15, 2016 by Sean Bennett

    Intermountain Healthcare and BYU College of Nursing Collaborative Research Conference.
    November 7, 2016
    Provo, UT

    CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
    "Nursing Evidence for Leadership and Change"

    The Brigham Young University College of Nursing and Intermountain Healthcare invite submission of abstracts to be considered for podium or poster presentations at the Collaborative Research C...

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    Intermountain Healthcare and BYU College of Nursing Collaborative Research Conference.
    November 7, 2016
    Provo, UT

    CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
    “Nursing Evidence for Leadership and Change”

    The Brigham Young University College of Nursing and Intermountain Healthcare invite submission of abstracts to be considered for podium or poster presentations at the Collaborative Research Conference, to be held November 7, 2016 at Brigham Young University. Abstracts of completed projects, including nursing research, educational strategies, clinical practice innovations, ethical issues, or practical nursing issues will be considered. The conference theme is “Nursing Evidence for Leadership and Change.”

    GENERAL INFORMATION
    Submission Deadline
    Abstracts must be received by 11:59 p.m. on Friday, September 9, 2016.

    Abstract Selection and Notification
    The Conference Committee will review and select abstracts for podium and poster presentations. If your abstract is accepted for presentation, you will be notified via email by September 16, 2016. Detailed guidelines for podium presentations and posters will be provided with the acceptance e-mail including the assigned time and location of the presentation. If the abstract has more than one author, the contact person is asked to share the information with the other author(s).

    ABSTRACT SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS

    E-Mail abstracts to:

    Cherie Top
    BYU College of Nursing
    Administrative Services
    Graduate Programs and Research
    e-mail: cherie-top@byu.edu

    ABSTRACT PREPARATION

    Abstracts should be single spaced with 1” margins, and limited to 400 words. The abstract should include a statement of preference for podium, poster, or either podium or poster.

    a. Research abstracts should include:
    • Title
    • Author(s) (including e-mail of first author)
    • Purpose
    • Research question(s) / hypotheses
    • Methodology: setting, sample, design, instruments, procedures, data analysis
    • Findings
    • Implications for Nursing
    • Conclusion
    b. Clinical project abstracts should include:
    • Title
    • Author(s) (including e-mail of first author)
    • Purpose
    • Description and evaluation of project
    • Implications for Nursing
    • Conclusion
    c. Education project abstracts should include
    • Title
    • Authors (including e-mail of first author)
    • Purpose
    • Description and evaluation of strategy or project
    • Implications for Nursing
    • Conclusion

    d. Time allotted for podium presentation depends on the number of abstracts accepted. Maximum time is 20 minutes which includes a 5-minute question-answer period.
    e. Guidelines for posters will be provided with the acceptance e-mail. Awards will be given to the top posters in each of the 3 categories; research, clinical practice, and education.
    f. If you have questions contact:
    Karen J. Whitt, PhD, FNP-C, AGN-BC
    Chair, Scholarly Works Council
    Brigham Young University College of Nursing
    e-mail: Karen_Whitt@byu.edu

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  • Nursing Dean Discusses Rewards of Being a Nurse Educator

    Posted Apr 8, 2016 by Kathryn Chambrovich
  • Support Your Nursing School!

    Posted Oct 28, 2015 by Garret Armes

    In today's blog post and video, we'll show you how you can support your nursing school by sharing an enjoyable experience through the recommendation feature on the Nurses Lounge. Nursing school alumni play a pivotal role in the future success of any school of nursing. Whether it's through donations, referrals, or simply by staying connected and involved, you are showing yo...

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    In today’s blog post and video, we’ll show you how you can support your nursing school by sharing an enjoyable experience through the recommendation feature on the Nurses Lounge. Nursing school alumni play a pivotal role in the future success of any school of nursing. Whether it’s through donations, referrals, or simply by staying connected and involved, you are showing your support for your nursing school as well as future graduates. Nurses Lounge makes it easy to be a supporter of your nursing school. Create your Nurses Lounge account, you will automatically become a follower of your nursing school upon sign-up, and then take a few minutes to help your nursing school by submitting a glowing recommendation.

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  • Seeking med/surg nurses who work with nursing students for dissertation research

    Posted Oct 26, 2015 by April Rowe Neal

    Capella University doctoral student, April Rowe Neal, seeks medical-surgical nurses who work with and teach nursing students for research study.

    The purpose of the study is to understand the experiences of nurses who work with nursing students in the clinical learning environment. Medical-surgical nurses who work with and teach nursing students in traditional clinicals...

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    Capella University doctoral student, April Rowe Neal, seeks medical-surgical nurses who work with and teach nursing students for research study.

    The purpose of the study is to understand the experiences of nurses who work with nursing students in the clinical learning environment. Medical-surgical nurses who work with and teach nursing students in traditional clinicals and are NOT designated as a preceptor may participate in this study. Interested parties are excluded in the event of the following: not currently licensed as an RN; employment in an outpatient, ambulatory, or specialty care area; designation as a preceptor; or any clinical association with the researcher. The study involves one 45-60 minute interview and one follow up e-mail. Volunteers may enroll by contacting April Rowe Neal by phone or e-mail.

    Contact Information:

    For more information and questions please contact:

    April Rowe Neal, MS, RN
    507-993-0630 (cell)
    aroweneal@capellauniversity.edu
    IRB-HSR # 2014-1435

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  • Ready to Further Your Career?

    Posted Oct 15, 2015 by Christi Retzer

    The Nurse Educator program is for nurses who hold a BSN and have a minimum of one year nursing experience. The program is part-time and provide flexibility. The Nurse Educator Program offers the graduate student an opportunity to be involved in the learning community in multiple educational environments using emerging technology. The program will build on adult learning pr...

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    The Nurse Educator program is for nurses who hold a BSN and have a minimum of one year nursing experience. The program is part-time and provide flexibility. The Nurse Educator Program offers the graduate student an opportunity to be involved in the learning community in multiple educational environments using emerging technology. The program will build on adult learning principles, nursing and learning theories, curriculum design, and program evaluation in order to develop a learning environment. A minimum of one year of recent experience as a registered nurse is required; acute care experience preferred. Applications are currently open and will close on March 15, 2016. Please see the UTMB School of Nursing website for more information: MSN
    Nurse Educator Degree | UTMB School of Nursing in Galveston, Texas
    http://www.usnews.com/education/onl...

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