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This session will provide practical tips and solutions for those newly navigating nursing professional development in the nurse educator role. From determining an educational need to defining a learning outcome and more, participants new to the NPD role will be provided with a plethora of useful information.
Return on Investment (ROI) is a buzz phrase often heard, but it’s not just about dollars and cents. This session explains ROI strategies to show the value and impact of nursing professional development initiatives on an organization at both local and system levels, with planned demonstrations of an ROI calculator and a Performance Metrics Overview dashboard to enhance learning.
As education and skills advancement evolves, so must the NPD Practitioner’s recognition of learner achievements. This session features how a creative NCPD Team at an online university collaborated to develop an interprofessional 21st Century Skills for Healthcare Professionals Digital Badge, designing an innovative method to demonstrate clinician education using micro-credentials.
The 4th edition of the Nursing Professional Development (NPD) Scope & Standards of Practice introduces Standard 9. Respectful and Equitable Practice, which outlines competencies for NPD practitioners to promote social equity in NPD practice. This webinar explores elements of cultural humility, ethical responsibility, social and digital determinants of health, critical consciousness, allyship, and strategies to apply these concepts to NPD practice.
This 5-module, learner-paced, online course is designed to enhance the evidence-based practice (EBP) competencies of NPD practitioners to enable them to fulfill their role as champions for inquiry and mentor other healthcare professionals in the implementation of EBP practices.
This session explores how to create a network of NPD practitioners within your organization that provide standardized simulation education for large initiatives incorporating a ‘simulation-in-a-bag’ approach. Areas of focus include documentation, schedules, coordination of individuals participating, and how to train the trainers.