Formally known as the Summer Institute, the annual North Texas Institute for Nurse Educators will host a virtual presentation starting October 15 and continuing October 22 and 29.
The three webinar sessions will begin at 10:00 a.m., CDT and will be 2-3 hours in length. This year’s theme is “Empowering Nurse Educators,” with CNEs available for each session. This event is ideal for nurse educators in the clinical and academic settings, but all attendees are welcome.
Agenda will include:
October 15: “Technology and Transforming Education for Nurses in Clinical and Academic Settings” – How has COVID-19 transformed nurse education?
October 22: “Identifying and Responding to Victims of Human Trafficking in a Clinical Setting and Impact of Pandemic on Domestic Violence/Human Trafficking” – Part of this presentation will fulfill state HB 2059 requirement for direct care providers in Texas to take one hour of continuing education related to human trafficking.
October 29: “COVID-19 Units – Resiliency and Caregiver from Hospital Employee and Student Perspectives” – A discussion on COVID-19 units in the hospitals including a patient care perspective for nurses and students.
For details and to register, please click here.
Deadline to register is October 5.
For questions, please contact [email protected].