Webinar #1: Onboarding New Faculty to Teaching NP Students
In this session, participants will learn about methods used in the onboarding process for new faculty members. Content will consist of materials, resources, and activities to use in order to successfully integrate expert nurse practitioners into their new roles and responsibilities in academia, including teaching, scholarship, and service.
- Identify faculty responsibilities related to teaching and curriculum
- Explore ways that scholarly products can be generated from teaching and practice
- Discuss academic service and its relationship to faculty governance and professional leadership
- Bobby Bellflower, DNSc, NNP-BC
- University of Tennessee Health Science Center, College of Nursing
- Tracie Kirkland, DNP, ANP-BC, CPNP-PC, PPCNP-BC
- School of Nursing, University Southern California
- Tammy Slater, DNP, MS, ACNP-BC
- Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Track, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing
Webinar #2: Administrative Components to Clinical Training
This session will provide an overview of the administrative requirements related to the use of preceptors and clinical agencies in the education of nurse practitioners. Systems to track clinical site information, and compliance with their requirements, will be discussed. Models of academic-practice partnerships and preceptor retention will also be presented.
- Describe administrative requirements that must be in place before and during student clinical experiences and ways to track same
- Discuss methods used to expand preceptor networks, as well as vett, and evaluate preceptors and clinical sites
- Explore different models of academic-practice partnerships
- Analyze options for recognizing and retaining preceptors.
- Josephine Fava Hochuli MS, RN
- University of Southern California
Webinar #3: Choosing Teaching Strategies
This session provides them with understanding how to create meaningful learning activities that promote the knowledge of NP students. A brief overview of teaching and learning theory grounds the session.
- Describe the impact of teaching and learning theories on student acquisition of knowledge
- Describe the components of at least one technique that engages student learning
- Select one learning activity to utilize in their program and describe implementation with colleagues.
- Gail A. Lis, DNP ACNP BC
- Madonna University