Dr. Margaret A. Newman Distinguished Visiting Professor (DVP) - Nursing Without Boundaries: Creating the Opportunity for Wellbecoming Through Dialogue Guided by Health as Expanding Consciousness (HEC) 2024
Title: Nursing Without Boundaries: Creating the Opportunity for Wellbecoming Through Dialogue Guided by Health as Expanding Consciousness (HEC) 
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  • Conference / meeting
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  • 2.00 ANCC
  • 2.00 Attendance
Event date August 6, 2024
CHIPS Professional Development: Adapting the SP Methodology along a Human Simulation Continuum
This session will introduce the Human Simulation Continuum Model (HSCM) which provides a theoretical framework in which educators may practically contextualize their development and training process. It also offers a common language to approach training across the human simulation profession. In this session they explore the full spectrum of roles within the Human Simulation modality, address how we frame these roles, and practice using the HSCM with scenarios.
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CHIPS Module: Simulation Enhanced Interprofessional Education
The Center for Healthcare Improvement and Patient Simulation has created a series of modules to serve as simulation professional development opportunities.
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  • Self-study / Enduring
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Introduction to Virtual Care for Health Care Providers and Students
These modules are designed to provide an introductory overview of virtual care or telehealth care for health care professionals.
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  • Self-study / Enduring
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  • 1.00 ANCC
  • 1.00 Attendance
CHIPS Professional Development - Healthcare Simulation Code of Ethics: What's In It For Me?
Professional codes of ethics are important milestones in the development of any profession. This workshop will first connect historical perspective (and debunk at least one myth) to the creation of the Healthcare Simulationist Code of Ethics. Then, everyone in attendance will help bring the Code to life by grappling with case studies and exploring how the Code can guide and leverage our healthcare simulation practice. Participants will have the opportunity to share and discuss their own challenges and successes, and to consider a vision for future advances in ethical healthcare simulation practice.
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CHIPS Professional Development - The Observer Role: Discussion with Dr. Kyle Johnson
Dr. Kyle Johnson discusses his publication regarding the observer role in simulation-based education. This article was selected by the Society for Simulation in Healthcare as one of the top “Articles of Influence” for 2020. Article Citation: Johnson, B. K. (2019). Simulation Observers Learn the Same as Participants: The Evidence. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 33, 26-34, article. (This article is part of the holdings of the UTHSC Library)
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Trauma Informed Primary Care
Most research on trauma and trauma informed care has focused on adolescents, or mental health in adults usually examining a single type of abuse (most frequently sexual abuse).
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  • Conference / meeting
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  • 1.00 ANCC
Preceptor Training
This is a 2 hour 15 minute course divided into 10-20 minute segments designed for the busy adult nursing learner. There are 4 modules in this segment of the course: Core Principles, Learning Styles, Communication Techniques, and Planning/Evaluation. Production Team:
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  • Self-study / Enduring
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  • 2.25 ANCC
CHIPS Professional Development - Leveraging Everyday Curriculum and Assessment to Drive Programs of Educational Research for Health Professionals
Dr. Yoon Soo Park is Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School and the inaugural Director of Health Professions Education Research at the Massachusetts General Hospital. His research agendas have focused on assessment methods in health professions education, advancing the preparation of learners in clinical reasoning and measurement of competencies through validity studies. Park served as Chair, Research in Medical Education for the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) and was immediate-past Vice President for the American Educational Research Association (AERA). Dr. Park discusses how everyday educational activities can be leveraged to design and implement educational research by faculty in health professions. He offers examples from simulation and observational assessments which are commonly used across health professions.
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Motivational Interviewing
Motivational Interviewing Certification ProgramTraining in motivational interviewing (MI) is the cornerstone of all our training and certification programs for non-clinical and clinical healthcare workers seeking to deliver more patient-centered and effective care.
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  • Self-study / Enduring
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