If your experience was like mine, your introduction to nursing professional development (NPD) occurred because you were a good clinician and were asked to share your knowledge with others. Chances are you were a preceptor and the “go-to” nurse for patient or equipment problems. You were probably the
Teresa Glandorf, MSN, RN-BC, CNOR is a Nursing Professional Development Specialist at BaylorScott and White Health, Austin/Round Rock Region, Round Rock, TX.
Although nursing school was many years ago, I still remember those years like it was yesterday. Looking back, the road I am on today is nowh
Deborah Jenkins, MSN, RN-BC, CCRN-K works in Nursing Education at Excela Health in Greensburg, PA.
Although it is difficult to imagine, I think that each ANPD Annual Convention exceeds the previous one, and that holds true for the one recently held in Lake Buena Vista! From the pre-convention works
Persephone Munnings, MSN, RN-BC, CM is Manager of the Continuing Nursing Education Department at Princess Margaret Hospital in Nassau, Bahamas, as well as Adjunct Nursing Faculty at the University of The Bahamas.
As a little girl growing up on the rural island of Mayaguana in The Bahamas, I observe
Mary G. Harper, PhD, RN-BC is the Director of Nursing Professional Development for ANPD. Certified in NPD, she obtained her MSN at the University of Florida and her PhD at the University of Central Florida. Dr. Harper co-chaired the work group that revised the Scope and Standards for Nursing Profess