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Excuses, Everybody’s Got One!: Strategies for Engagement
Upon completion of this presentation, the learner will be able to:1. Identify at least three strategies to increase member engagement in professional nursing activities.2. Describe ways engagement in professional associations ...
Aligning an online educational activity with QSEN competencies to bridge the leadership practice gap
Sigma Theta Tau International (Sigma) developed an online Nurse Manager Certificate Program (NMCP) that aligned the QSEN competencies and The American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) Nurse Manager Competencies. ...
Communicating Expectations: Development of an Abstract Reviewer Rubric
The concept of peer review has been around form more than 300 years (Weller, 2001) and professional organizations have used peer reviewers to further their practices since the 18th century (Adler & Abraham, 2009; Kronick, ...
Developing a Global Education Program to Increase Empowerment for Frontline Nurse Leaders
Frontline Leaders (FLs) or charge nurses (CNs) are pivotal in managing patient throughput, staffing ratios, responding to patient and family concerns, collaborating with staff or interdepartmental colleagues, and coaching ...
Excuses, Everybody's Got One!: Strategies for Engagement
The purpose of this project was to identify how engagement in professional nursing activities influenced the retention of nurses in the workforce and overcoming excuse hurdles to make professional involvement a priority.
Professional Branding: What's Your Cattle Iron Brand?
Everyone has a personal and professional brand. You may not be managing your brand consciously and it could be hurting your career now and in the future. What comprises your personal professional brand? What does your ...
Spread the Word! Five Ways to Make a Difference in Nursing
The purpose of this presentation is to provide participants with a first-hand look at how an idea could become a published work.