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Cultural Diversity Part 1: Enhancing Success to Provide a Diverse Workforce

Cultural Diversity Part 1: Enhancing Success to Provide a Diverse Workforce

Cultural Diversity Part 1: Enhancing Success to Provide a Diverse Workforce

Virginia Wangerin, PhD, RN, CNE Karin J. Sherrill, MSN, RN, CNE, CHSE, ANEF Rhonda Sharpe, PhD
Virginia Wangerin, PhD, RN, CNE Karin J. Sherrill, MSN, RN, CNE, CHSE, ANEF Rhonda Sharpe, PhD
on behalf of NurseTim, Inc

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Cultural competence is not a new concept to nursing education. However, it has most often been interpreted as teaching students how to provide culturally competent care. We also need to ask, are nurse educators meeting the learning needs of a culturally diverse student population? Students who come from non-traditional cultures and students for whom English is a second learned language ( ESL / ELL ) often struggle in nursing education programs. Join us to learn strategies that increase retention and success for culturally diverse nursing students. Objectives Explore the cultural profile of nursing education compared to the general population. Discuss strategies to enhance learning and academic success for students from non-dominant cultures. Identify strategies to increase faculty understanding of their roles in enhancing cultural diversity in the nursing workforce.

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Explore the cultural profile of nursing education compared to the general population. Discuss strategies to enhance learning and academic success for students from non-dominant cultures. Identify strategies to increase faculty understanding of their roles in enhancing cultural diversity in the nursing workforce.
Virginia Wangerin, PhD, RN, CNE Karin J. Sherrill, MSN, RN, CNE, CHSE, ANEF Rhonda Sharpe, PhD

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Virginia Wangerin, PhD, RN, CNE Karin J. Sherrill, MSN, RN, CNE, CHSE, ANEF Rhonda Sharpe, PhD
on behalf of NurseTim, Inc

Dr. Virginia "Ginny" Wangerin, PhD, RN, CNE is an educator, consultant, and speaker with over thirty years’ experience in nursing. She has been a bedside nurse, educator, administrator and community volunteer. She led the Des Moines Area Community College nursing program through significant growth and success during her tenure as faculty, program chair and District Director. She has also taught at the BSN and graduate level, and is currently Director of an RN-BSN program with multi-state locations and an innovative concurrent enrollment partnership with associate degree programs. Ginny has successfully led programs through the accreditation process with NLNAC and CCNE, and served as consultant for state accreditation/approval processes. President of the Iowa Nurses Association from 2007 to 2011, she spends time advocating for nursing and healthcare issues at the state and national level. She was invited by Senator Tom Harkin to join him at the National Press Club in May 2009 where she talked about "Chronic Disease - Impact on Health Care". Ginny served on the Governor's Nursing Task Force in 2008 and the Iowa Consortium for Comprehensive Cancer Control from 2002-2007 and several statewide nursing task forces impacting practice and nursing regulation as well as health care organization boards of directors. She is currently on the Iowa Board of Nursing Workforce Advisory Committee. As a leader in the Iowa Needs Nurses Now Coalition, she was instrumental in activities furthering nursing practice and education in the state. Ginny was one of four nurses profiled in "The American Nurse", May/June 2009 as a nurse educator and advocate whose “efforts are aimed at improving the lives of patients and colleagues.” In October 2011 she was honored by the Iowa Nurses Association with the Edith Ruppert Award, in recognition of having contributed significantly to the improvement of nursing and the professional organization. [Virginia's other events] Karin is a nurse educator with a passion for faculty development and student success. She teaches at Maricopa Community Colleges and Upper Iowa University, specializing in the integration of the flipped classroom. Karin has been involved with many local, national, and international projects for teaching, learning and student development. Additionally, Karin works with the National League for Nursing’s testing services and has consulted with Elsevier, Skyscape, and NurseTim, Inc. She is the founding president of the Arizona Simulation Network, and current president of the Arizona League for Nursing. In 2011 she was inducted into the NLN Academy for Nurse Educators. Karin is active in several national and international nursing education and simulation organizations. [Karin's other events] Rhonda Vonshay Sharpe is the Research Director for the Network on Racial and Ethnic Inequality, Director of the Global Inequality Research Initiative, the Associate Director of the Diversity Initiative for Tenure in Economics, and Visiting Associate Professor of African and African American Studies at Duke University. Her primary research interests are in the demography of higher education and the impact of disparate treatment in education policy. Her recent publications have focused on the demography of STEM education, the educational attainment of blacks, and the development of historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs). She earned her PhD in economics/mathematics in 1998 from Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, California. She also holds a master's degree in economics from Claremont Graduate University; a master's degree in operations research from Stanford University; a master's degree in applied mathematics from Clark Atlanta University; and a bachelor's degree in mathematics from North Carolina Wesleyan College. She has served on the faculty at Barnard College, Columbia University, the University of Vermont and Bennett College. [Rhonda's other events]

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  • American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC)
  • 1.25 Hours

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