Objectives

  • Explore strategies and best practices in simulation that promotes student development.
  • Explore strategies to promote professional development of the nurse educator, dean and director.
  • Examine how program assessment and evaluation creates quality by design.
  • Explore learning strategies and evaluation methods in nursing education that maximize student learning and improve program outcomes.
  • Participate in networking, information exchange and discussion of issues relevant to nursing education and student outcomes.
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Saturday, Mar 30
Time Session Location
1:00pm-9:00pm Pre-Summit Registration The Westin
Sunday, Mar 31
Time Session Location
6:00am-7:00pm Registration
7:00am-7:45am Pre-Summit Workshop Breakfast Harbor Ballroom + Lawn (The Westin)
Creating Clinical Competence: Integrating Simulation Across the Curriculum Room 201
Don’t Strike Out: Hitting a Grand Slam with Item Writing Room 203
8:00am-9:45am Pre-Summit Workshop 1
Preparing for the Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) Exam Room 202
Publishing Journal Articles Room 200
10:00am-10:15am Break
12:00pm-12:45pm Pre-Summit Workshop Lunch Harbor Ballroom + Lawn (The Westin)
1:00pm-2:00pm ATI Pre-Summit Workshop 1 (FREE)
Building Your Civility Toolbox Room 200
EHR Tutor Best Practices Room 102
Item Analysis Workshop Room 203
Learning Outcomes for 2019 Post-Graduation Solutions’ Integration Room 101
Moulage Magic on a Shoestring Room 201
1:00pm-5:00pm Pre-Summit Workshop 2
Preparing for the Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) Exam (Continued) Room 202
A Day in the Life of a Virtual-ATI NCLEX Review Participant Room 102
2:00pm-3:00pm ATI Pre-Summit Workshop 2 (FREE)
Successful Outcomes for International Nurses Preparing for NCLEX and Transition to Practice Room 101
3:00pm-4:00pm ATI Pre-Summit Workshop 3 (FREE)
3:00pm-3:15pm Break
High Stakes Remediation: Not Testing is the Reason for Success Room 102
4:00pm-5:00pm ATI Pre-Summit Workshop 4 (FREE)
ATI Real Life: Clinical Judgment Room 101
ATI Research Room 102
7:00pm-9:00pm Opening Networking Reception River + Harbor Lawn (The Westin)
Monday, Apr 01
Time Session Location
6:00am-6:45am Cardio Dance Fitness Class
6:00am-8:30am Registration The Westin
7:30am-8:30am Breakfast, Exhibits & Poster Presentations Chatham Ballroom
8:45am-10:00am General Session 1 Grand Ballroom (The Westin)
10:00am-10:15am Break
Assessment and Evaluation in Nursing Education: Broadening your View about Assessment Room 100
10:15am-11:15am Breakout Session 1
Bringing Clinical into the Classroom Using Screen-Based Simulation Room 205
Highlighting Changes for the 2019 RN-NCLEX Test Plan Room 102
Hot Topics in Nursing Education Room 203
Lecture CPR Room 200
Simulation Room 201
The Hiring is Done! Now What Happens? The Onboarding of New Faculty in Schools of Nursing Room 105
Understanding the Importance of Accreditation Room 103
11:30am-12:45pm Lunch, Exhibits & Poster Presentations Chatham Ballroom
1:00pm-2:00pm Breakout Session 2
Conflict in the Ivory Tower: Strategies to Prevent and Address Faculty and Administrator Incivility Room 100
Nursing Education Outcome Measures Room 205
Open Education Resources: Are They for You? Room 200
Professional Identity Room 203
Simulation Room 105
Simulation through Gaming & Other Virtual Experiences Room 103
Strategies Faculty Can Implement into Classroom and Clinical Teaching to Integrate QSEN Competencies Room 102
Tools and Strategies that Can Mitigate the Preparation to Practice Gap Room 201
Assessment and Evaluation in Nursing Education: Broadening your View about Assessment Room 201
2:15pm-3:15pm Breakout Session 3
Dedicated Education Units Room 100
Getting Started Using Debriefing for Meaningful Learning (DML) Room 102
Helping At-Risk Students Succeed Room 203
Incivility and Invisible Walls Room 200
Student Performance Indicating the Presence of Clinical Judgment Skills Room 105
Teaching and Evaluation Strategies for Clinical Faculty Using QSEN Competencies Room 205
3:15pm-3:30pm Break
3:30pm-5:00pm Breakout Session 4
Clinical Judgment: The Bridge between Education & Practice Room 205
Clinical Teaching and Learning Room 105
Dealing with Difficult Student Situations Room 100
Integrating LGBTQ Content into Nursing Curricula Room 103
See It, Hear It, Feel It: Virtual Reality Immersive Learning Room 203
To Retake or Not to Retake? Considerations When Interpreting Scores from Multiple Test Attempts Room 201
Using Change and Innovation to Create a High Reliability Program Room 102
Tuesday, Apr 02
Time Session Location
6:00am-6:45am Cardio Dance Fitness Class
7:30am-8:30am Breakfast, Exhibits & Poster Presentations Chatham Ballroom
8:45am-10:00am General Session 2 Grand Ballroom (The Westin)
10:00am-10:15am Break
10:15am-11:15am Breakout Session 5
Bringing Clinical into the Classroom Using Screen-Based Simulation Room 203
Lecture CPR Room 102
Newest Ways to Teach Hands-On Learners Room 103
Nursing Education Outcome Measures Room 100
Professional Identity Room 201
Simulation through Gaming and Other Virtual Experiences Room 200
Strategies faculty can implement into classroom and clinical teaching to integrate the QSEN competencies Room 105
Understanding the Importance of Accrediation Room 205
11:30am-12:45pm Lunch, Exhibits & Poster Presentations Chatham Ballroom
1:00pm-2:00pm Breakout Session 6
Conflict in the Ivory Tower: Strategies to Prevent and Address Faculty and Administrator Incivility Room 200
Getting Started Using Debriefing for Meaningful Learning (DML) Room 100
Helping At-Risk Students Succeed Room 205
Hot Topics in Technology Room 102
Incivility and Invisible Walls Room 105
Teaching and Evaluation Strategies for Clinical Faculty Using QSEN Competencies Room 103
The Hiring is Done! Now What Happens? The Onboarding of New Faculty in Schools of Nursing Room 203
2:00pm-2:15pm Break
2:15pm-3:45pm Breakout Session 7
Clinical Judgment: The Bridge between Education & Practice Room 200
Clinical Teaching and Learning Room 105
Dealing with Difficult Student Situations Room 201
Integrating LGBTQ Content into Nursing Curricula Room 102
See It, Hear It, Feel It: Virtual Reality Immersive Learning Room 205
To Retake or Not to Retake? Considerations When Interpreting Scores from Multiple Test Attempts Room 100
Using Change and Innovation to Create a High Reliability Program Room 203
4:00pm-6:00pm A Toasting Tour: Poster Presentations & Exhibits Happy Hour Chatham Ballroom
Wednesday, Apr 03
Time Session Location
7:30am-8:30am Breakfast & Exhibits Chatham Ballroom
8:45am-10:00am General Session 3 Grand Ballroom (The Westin)
10:00am-10:15am Break
10:15am-11:15am Breakout Session 8
Dedicated Education Units Room 203
Highlighting Changes for the 2019 RN-NCLEX Test Plan Room 100
Hot Topics in Nursing Education Room 200
Hot Topics in Technology Room 105
Newest Ways to Teach Hands-On Learners Room 102
Open Education Resources: Are They for You? Room 103
Student Performance Indicating the Presence of Clinical Judgment Skills Room 205
Tools and Strategies that can Mitigate the Preparation to Practice Gap Room 201