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This webinar will provide an overview of one organization’s journey to build a distance-learning NPD Fellowship program which incorporates the ANPD Transition to NPD Practice Fellowship modules as one component. This fellowship program unites a community of novice NPD practitioners across a multi-state healthcare system utilizing a combination of synchronous and asynchronous learning and collaboration in a virtual classroom.
The Nursing Professional Development Practitioner (NPDP) develops a strategy and comprehensive approach to designing, implementing and evaluating annual competency. This session will enable to the learner to recognize how to incorporate the described competency strategy to implement a comprehensive plan for the annual competency process.
This session equips the learner to design, implement, and evaluate outcomes for an individualized orientation focused on “tiers” of skill acquisition. This session will enable the learner to transform clinical orientation from a productivity-based orientation model to that of concept based tiers, and develop appropriate orientation outcome metrics.
Argh you ready to transform your box of tools into a treasure chest of ideas? The pirate’s booty has eleven different jewels of wisdom to use for thinking outside the box. Each jewel represents a competency verification tool. Engage staff to participate in important content review and verifying competence. We apply the 4 C’s—Carrot, Clarity, Color, and Cut—to the competency assessment process. At the end of the session learners will have a better understanding for identifying the Carrot (goal or reward), Clarity (clearly written objectives), Color (assign a color to each tool), and Cut (create a puzzle to develop a fun process). This session will enable the learner to apply a range of competency assessment methods to engage staff in meaningful practice and skill assessment.
Competency Assessment Tool (CAT) aids the NPD practitioner in determining meaningful competencies for nursing and interdisciplinary staff.