Repurposing Kindness: Using Collaboration and Kindness as a Catalyst to Aid Success, Prepare for Practice
Amy Simons, MSN, Austin Community College Professional Nursing Department, Austin, Texas, USA; Nina Almasy, DNP, Professional Nursing Program, Austin Community College, Austin, Texas, USA
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This presentation will describe a novel approach to student on-boarding while cultivating collaboration and kindness. Facing challenges of student retention and success in a diverse and multi-campus nursing program, the faculty leveraged college and community partnerships to foster intraprofessional collaboration and impact student success.
45th Biennial Convention 2019 Theme: Connect. Collaborate. Catalyze.
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|Location||Washington, DC, USA|
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