"Distance Education for the NP Learner”
Many nurse practitioner (NP) educational
programs incorporate some level of distance education options, ranging from an
entire program to elements within a course.
Advances in technology facilitate distance education, and the different
platforms and formats for distance education vary widely across programs. Nevertheless, NP educators face common issues
for planning and successful use of distance education for the NP learner.
distinguished panel of NP educators will use this Webinar session to discuss
several important aspects of NP distance education:
Planning for distance education – How to use the
NONPF Guidelines for Distance Education
and Enhanced Technologies in Nurse Practitioner Programs and the role of
the Criteria for Evaluation of Nurse
Creative teaching strategies – Identifying
creative strategies in distance education to promote evidence-based practice
decisions by the NP learner
Evaluation/Assessment – How to assess and
evaluate online learning
Mary Benbenek, PhD, RN, PNP-BC, FNP-BC, Clinical Assistant
Professor, University of Minnesota
Joyce Knestrick, PhD,
CRNP, FAANP, FNP Faculty, Georgetown University
Denise Lucas, PhD, RN, CRNP, Assistant Professor,
Lenore Resick, PhD, CRNP, FNP-BC, NP-C, FAANP,
(Moderator) Clinical Professor and Noble J. Dick Endowed Chair in
Community Outreach, Duquesne University
need both a phone line and separate Internet connection, and a Java-enabled Internet
CE credit is not available for the archived version of the Webinar.
Please purchase the archived program of this Webinar through the NONPF store. You may also submit the registration form to the NONPF office.
$125 - Member Only, Archived program (no CE available)
$150 - Non-Member Only, Archived version (no CE available)