Nurse Executive Certification Interactive Review Course Workshop – Little Rock, AR
Hosted By: Arkansas Organization of Nurse Executives (ArONE)
- Interactive course opens: September 20, 2019
- Virtual Session (Date and time): October 14, 2019 12PM-1PM ET
- Interactive course closes: November 1, 2019
- Workshop date (Date and time): November 1, 2019 8:00AM-12:30PM
*Registration closes: September 19, 2019
Did you know that your brain can only focus for about 8 minutes? ANA’s Nurse Executive Certification Interactive Review Course Workshop design aligns with evidence-based educational best practices leveraging how our brains work and learn. The interactive, blended format engages the learner at their pace, on their timeframe, while immersing them in content and activities designed to reinforce knowledge and concepts necessary to successfully prepare for the certification examination. Application of knowledge occurs throughout the course and interaction with the knowledge coach during the live sessions permits the learner opportunity to ask questions, validate understanding, and gain greater awareness of gaps requiring further study. Course content is available 30 days prior to the event start date through three months after the face to face workshop
- 4 Interactive Learning Modules
- Virtual Case Study with Knowledge Coach
- Live ½ day Workshop with Knowledge Coach
- Nurse Executive Review & Resource Manual eBook
- Nurse Executive Review & Resource Manual App
- 24/7 access to content for 5 months
- 19 Contact hours
Key Learning Outcomes
Nurses will apply, analyze and evaluate:
- Current practice information, research and application to clinical practice.
- Relevant clinical updates with treatment options.
- Improved patient safety and quality outcomes.
- Preparation for board certification exam.
MSN, RN, NEA-BC, NE-BC
Wilson is an assistant professor at Drexel University’s College of Nursing and Health Professions. Wilson has 44 years of nursing experience entailing multiple levels of nursing administration in health care organizations and leadership roles, including as an educator, a consultant and a care provider. Wilson’s research interests include leadership development and succession planning in health care organizations, and she has held faculty positions at various universities and teaches across multiple curriculum levels, specializing in leadership development topics, legal issues in health care, health care policy and the business of health coordination.