Do you or any of your colleagues serve on a board? One of the key messages in the Institute of Medicine (IOM) Future of Nursing report is, "Nurses should be full partners with physicians and other health professionals in redesigning healthcare in the U.S." Being a full partner translates to the heal
Allie Mandel is the Education Associate for ANPD and graduated from OSU with a degree in English.
The opportunity to present an abstract allows nurses to showcase their projects and portray how the strides they have made can improve the role of the NPD nurse. The ability to write an abstract is
As NPD Practitioners, giving presentations using slides is nothing new. Most of us can whip up a PowerPoint in a few minutes if needed. But have you ever thought about the kind of presentation you want to give and the type of presenter you want to be ? Below, find some “do's and don'ts” for presente
Barbara Brunt, MA, MN, RN-BC, NE-BC is an Education Consultant and past ANPD President.
Leadership is not a title - anyone can be a leader. All NPD specialists, regardless of our role, can continue to develop leadership skills. I have used the letters of the word leadership to outline some of th
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