COVID-19 Resource: Pearls and Pitfalls of Virtual Programming
Other Title(s)Sigma Education: COVID-19. Webinar 11
Carole Liske, PhD, MS, RN and Marie-Louise Luiking, MA, RN
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Are you going virtual with your nursing programming? Innovative and creative ways to develop engaging virtual programs. Learn best practices for working with virtual planning teams, setting an agenda, choosing a platform, preparing presenters, introduction and transitioning throughout the event, and debriefing.
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Repository Posting Date2020-05-14T19:12:28Z
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Series/Report No.Supporting All Nurses as Leaders During the COVID-19 Virus : Webinar 11
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