Upcoming programming information coming soon!
Leading, Learning, and Living Well: Priorities for Today’s Academic Nursing Leader
March 26-28, 2022
- A Case Study of Methods to Incorporate the 2021 AACN Essentials and Domains across Nursing Curriculum With a Cross-Cutting Focus on DEI
Speaker: Usha Menon, PhD, RN, Dean, Health College of Nursing, and Senior Associate Vice President, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL; and Christina Bricker, PhD, APRN, Assistant Dean and Associate Professor, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
- Academic-Practice Partnerships, We Are All in This Together: Respect, Relationship, Reciprocity, and Co-design
Speaker: Judith Karshmer, PhD, RN, Dean and Professor, Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation, Arizona State University , Phoenix, AZ
- Implementing the Essentials: A Dialogue with Academic Nursing Leaders
Speaker: Jean Giddens, PhD, RN, Dean and Professor, Yingling Endowed Chair, School of Nursing, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA
Bringing the Future into Focus: Academic Nursing’s Role in Leading Role
October 30-November 1, 2021
Deep-dive learning opportunities designed to explore and illustrate practical tips through a fusion of lecture-based instruction, case studies, peer learning, and interaction.
- Leading Organizational Change: The Nurse Leader’s Guide to Curricular Change
- Competency-Based Education: Paving the Path Forward
- Health Equity: Academic Nursing Leading the Way There
- Academic-Practice Partnership Award: A Showcase of Excellence
Who Can Attend:
ANLC is a member-only event for the primary Dean/Director of AACN member schools of nursing and their Assistant/Associate Deans/Directors.
Meeting the Moment: Exploring the New AACN Essentials
December 1, 2021
- Competency-Based Education and Assessment Model: Teaching, Learning, Assessment, and Feedback
- Operationalizing Content to Assess Competence and Increase Learner Confidence
- Designing and Implementing a University-Based Nurse Managed Clinic to Deliver Care in Underserved Communities
- Preparing Confident and Informed Faculty to Integrate Informatics and Information Technology into Student Learning
Who Should Attend:
If you are new to the faculty role and looking to gain confidence in teaching, or experienced faculty seeking to expand your skill set.
The Future of Nursing Education: Innovation, Inclusion, and Influence
December 2-4, 2021
- Competency-Based Education and Assessment: A Shared Student/Faculty Commitment
- Preparing Nurses to Thrive and Lead in a Technology and Data Rich Environment
- AACN Essentials Domain 3: Population Health-Tips and Tools for Faculty
- Enhancing Nursing Education with Innovative Technology (Aligns to Domain 8 Information and Healthcare Technologies)
Who Should Attend:
New or seasoned faculty members, deans, aspiring leaders, and associate/assistant deans.
Nursing Science and Practice: Creating Equity through Doctoral Education
January 20-22, 2022
Emerging Tools to Develop and Assess Competence in DNP Students
The shift to competency-based education invites curriculum innovation to support student acquisition of specialty-focused and advanced nursing competencies. This session will present the introduction of a clinical education tracking system with an embedded longitudinal NP competency assessment tool used in multiple learning environments – clinical, lab, virtual, simulation – to evaluate APRN competencies across the NP program. A second exemplar identifying scholarly products as signature assignments within a DNP program will be presented to demonstrate progressive achievement of advanced nursing competencies.
Speaker: Lydia D. Rotondo, DNP, APRN, Associate Dean for Education & Student Affairs, Director, Doctor of Nursing Practice Program, Associate Professor of Clinical Nursing, University of Rochester School of Nursing
The New Essentials, Shifting and Refocusing Our Why: One School of Nursing’s Journey Over 10 Years
Revisions based on the AACN Essentials can seem an arduous task. The presenter will discuss her school’s decade-long journey with a unique faculty led model and organizational structure to navigate curricular revisions. A foundation of equity and a strong belief that graduates need to be not just competent, but predictable, drives the program’s curricular revision work. Deliberate, bite sized faculty development with ‘teach in tens’ is an early and critical part of our revision process. Lessons learned from the school’s curricular revision journey will be shared as well as new strategies to meet the charge of competency-based education.
Speaker: Dawn Mueller-Burke, PhD, APRN, Assistant Professor, and Neonatal Nurse Practitioner, School of Nursing, University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD