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Mentoring Faculty Roundtable

Mentoring Faculty Roundtable

Mentoring Faculty Roundtable

Anne Brett, PhD, RN Virginia Wangerin, PhD, RN, CNE Susan Hendricks, EdD, RN, CNE
Anne Brett, PhD, RN Virginia Wangerin, PhD, RN, CNE Susan Hendricks, EdD, RN, CNE
on behalf of NurseTim, Inc

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Last updated: 04 Apr 2017

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Recruiting and retaining nursing faculty is a challenge across the country and across programs. Providing a solid beginning through mentoring can create an environment that will socialize new faculty into the team as well as be an investment in retention. Nurse educators often come to a teaching role as clinical experts needing support and guidance to become effective teachers. This webinar brings three academic leaders to the table to discuss strategies for effectively mentoring new faculty. Objectives Discuss the need to provide mentoring programs to help new educators assimilate to their new role. Identify attributes of an effective mentoring relationship and program. Explore potential quality outcomes that can occur with effective mentoring. Discuss strategies for implementing and evaluating a program to mentor new faculty.

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Discuss the need to provide mentoring programs to help new educators assimilate to their new role. Identify attributes of an effective mentoring relationship and program. Explore potential quality outcomes that can occur with effective mentoring. Discuss strategies for implementing and evaluating a program to mentor new faculty.
Anne Brett, PhD, RN Virginia Wangerin, PhD, RN, CNE Susan Hendricks, EdD, RN, CNE

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Anne Brett, PhD, RN Virginia Wangerin, PhD, RN, CNE Susan Hendricks, EdD, RN, CNE
on behalf of NurseTim, Inc

Dr. Anne Brett has climbed the career ladder in higher education. Her 30-year teaching career has spanned the educational continuum in nursing from entry level to doctoral programs. She has been a Nursing Program Director, Dean of Nursing, Executive Dean of Health Sciences and Public Services and most recently Dr. Brett was President/CEO of Cox College in Springfield, MO. She has extensive experience with all levels of accreditation and assessment. Nursing education and leadership are her passions, second only to her family! [Anne's other events] 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] Dr. Susan Hendricks has been a nurse since 1983, receiving a BSN from the University of North Dakota and an MSN from the University of Wisconsin, and has specialized in community mental health nursing. As an IU faculty member Dr. Hendricks has focused her academic career on curriculum, evaluation, student success, and the study of innovation in nursing education. In recent years she has taken on increasing leadership roles, including evaluation director, assistant dean, and chair of the IU statewide curriculum committee that developed the RN to BSN curriculum. Currently the associate dean for undergraduate programs at IUPUI, Dr. Hendricks has engaged faculty in planning and implementing an exciting new concept- and competency-based curriculum. [Susan's other events]

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  • American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC)
  • 1.00 Hours

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