Developing the affect to optimize the effect: Getting to the WHY

Track: 30 Minute Podium

Session Number: 302B
Date: Fri, Apr 6th, 2018
Time: 11:40 AM - 12:10 PM

Description:

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Stone, R., Cooper, S., & Cant, R. (2013). The value of peer learning in undergraduate nursing Education: A systematic review. International Scholarly Research Notices Nursing, 1-10. doi:2013/930901
Session Type: Education

Session Description: After this interactive session, academic and practice nurse educators will describe a method for creating reflective, collaborative learning experiences that incorporate three learning domains and address all learning styles. Based upon learning theory and an evidence-based recipe, educators will describe how to develop activities that change nursing practice.
Primary Presenter Bio: Naomi Foote is an Assistant Professor for Chamberlain College of Nursing in Phoenix Arizona, specializing in of Pediatrics. She has 34 years of nursing experience in pediatric acute care, clinical education, and simulation. She is a Certified Pediatric Nurse and her passion is creating learning activities, models and simulations that appeal to all learning styles.
Primary Presenter Institution: Chamberlain College of Nursing
Presenter 2 Institution: Chamberlain College of Nursing
Presenter 2 Bio: Earl Clarke II is a clinical learning lab specialist at Chamberlain College of Nursing in Phoenix, AZ with 27 years in the healthcare field including long term, acute and intensive care. He received his BSN from Chamberlain in 2013. He is an avid videographer who uses his wide range of talents to enhance the simulation experience.
Presenter 3 Bio: Ashley Kinder is an Assistant Professor for Chamberlain College of Nursing specializing in Pathophysiology and Women’s Health. She has her Masters of Science in Nursing Education, is a Certified OB Nurse, and has 8 years of nursing experience. Her experience focused on high-risk labor and delivery, including OB triage, the newborn nursery, operating room and the neonatal intensive care unit. She has been a clinical nurse educator, lab instructor, and simulation specialist. She is also a recipient of the March of Dimes Rising Star award.
Presenter 3 Institution: Chamberlain College of Nursing
Session Type: Education

Session Description: After this interactive session, academic and practice nurse educators will describe a method for creating reflective, collaborative learning experiences that incorporate three learning domains and address all learning styles. Based upon learning theory and an evidence-based recipe, educators will describe how to develop activities that change nursing practice.
Primary Presenter Bio: Naomi Foote is an Assistant Professor for Chamberlain College of Nursing in Phoenix Arizona, specializing in of Pediatrics. She has 34 years of nursing experience in pediatric acute care, clinical education, and simulation. She is a Certified Pediatric Nurse and her passion is creating learning activities, models and simulations that appeal to all learning styles.
Primary Presenter Institution: Chamberlain College of Nursing
Presenter 2 Institution: Chamberlain College of Nursing
Presenter 2 Bio: Earl Clarke II is a clinical learning lab specialist at Chamberlain College of Nursing in Phoenix, AZ with 27 years in the healthcare field including long term, acute and intensive care. He received his BSN from Chamberlain in 2013. He is an avid videographer who uses his wide range of talents to enhance the simulation experience.
Presenter 3 Bio: Ashley Kinder is an Assistant Professor for Chamberlain College of Nursing specializing in Pathophysiology and Women’s Health. She has her Masters of Science in Nursing Education, is a Certified OB Nurse, and has 8 years of nursing experience. Her experience focused on high-risk labor and delivery, including OB triage, the newborn nursery, operating room and the neonatal intensive care unit. She has been a clinical nurse educator, lab instructor, and simulation specialist. She is also a recipient of the March of Dimes Rising Star award.
Presenter 3 Institution: Chamberlain College of Nursing