What Great Nurse Educators Do! Conference
- : Melbourne VIC 3000
You - a nurse educator - are more important now than ever before. Why? Because the nursing profession is evolving at a rapid rate with more responsibility and expectation being placed on nurses everyday. As a nurse educator, it is your role to ensure staff remain current, safe and passionate - a stressful task at the best of times. This conference is designed to help you glue together the needs of management, staff and ultimately, patients by designing education that inspire your staff to become lifelong learners and improve patient outcomes. Discover:
- Traits of great nurse educators...
- How the adult learner differs and other secrets to engaging learners
- Practical tips to help you deal with those resistant to change
- How great nurse educators develop great in-services and study days
- The science behind motivation and how to reward your learners
- Supporting YOU - preventing professional burnout and much, much more...
The Goal Need for Program
Today’s nurse educators must address the continuing professional development needs of nurses in complex healthcare environments. As nurses’ roles evolve and knowledge increases at an exponential rate, the need for education is of overriding importance. Failing to provide appropriate and high quality professional development has both short and long term consequences for an organisation’s outcomes and more importantly, patient outcomes. To facilitate congruence between professional development and positive outcomes, great nurse educators need to be innovative facilitators. They must be able to combine sound education principles with evidenced practice if they are to support nurses changing learning needs at the bedside.
Purpose of Program
This conference provides nurse educators with knowledge and skills to positively support and facilitate the changing learning needs of nurses at the bedside.
Your learning outcomes:
Respond to emerging trends to support the changing learning needs of nurses
Promote investment in learning as a cost avoidance strategy rather than an expenditure
Integrate evidenced education and practice into all aspects of CPD facilitation
Correlate law, ethics and compassion with professional development
To Be Determined