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Mentoring and Modeling: Faculty Responsibilities for Fostering Civil Environments

Mentoring and Modeling: Faculty Responsibilities for Fostering Civil Environments

Mentoring and Modeling: Faculty Responsibilities for Fostering Civil Environments

Johnny Grainger, PhD, MA Susan Luparell, PhD, ACNS-BC, CNE
Johnny Grainger, PhD, MA Susan Luparell, PhD, ACNS-BC, CNE
on behalf of NurseTim, Inc

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Launch date: 23 Mar 2017
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Last updated: 04 Apr 2017

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The evidence is clear that uncivil environments have significant negative consequences for those dwelling in them—decreased productivity, decreased engagement, decreased retention, and increased errors. It seems obvious that resources should be devoted to assuring healthy environments, yet challenges seem to persist around every corner. It is time for faculty and nurse leaders to reconceptualize the way in which they manage the learning environment and become role models for students. This webinar will guide faculty in creating a healthy environment for learning and for modeling professional practices. Preventing Incivility Objectives Identify the impact of uncivil environments on learning and nursing practice. Explore the faculty role in creating healthy learning and practice environments. Describe two strategies faculty can implement to proactively cultivate civility in the learning environment.

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Identify the impact of uncivil environments on learning and nursing practice. Explore the faculty role in creating healthy learning and practice environments. Describe two strategies faculty can implement to proactively cultivate civility in the learning environment.
Johnny Grainger, PhD, MA Susan Luparell, PhD, ACNS-BC, CNE

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Johnny Grainger, PhD, MA Susan Luparell, PhD, ACNS-BC, CNE
on behalf of NurseTim, Inc

Johnny Grainger, PhD, MA, has served as a consultant and educator to K12, higher education, and corporate professionals for over 27 years. Specializing in organizational communication, team-building and conflict resolution, Johnny’s ability to guide collaboration and communication serves as an invaluable tool to any faculty member. [Johnny's other events] Dr. Luparell holds a doctorate in Administration, Curriculum, and Instruction with a focus in Educational Leadership and Higher Education. A Fellow in the Academy of Nursing Education, she is a nationally recognized speaker on how to foster healthy learning environments for students, faculty, and staff within nursing education. Her scholarship focuses on the ethical implications of incivility, including how it affects others and how it can be managed in academic and clinical settings. [Susan's other events]

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  • American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC)
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