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NLN Summit 2022 Achieves Big Success with Nearly 1,250 Attendees
Thank you to all those who attended this year's NLN Education Summit in Las Vegas! The Summit hosted the most attendees in almost five years with nearly 100 sessions and a focus on the theme of "Healthy Planet, Healthy People: Leading the Way Through Education, Practice, and Policy." Photos will be coming soon while we have already posted videos shown at the Summit, including: You also can check out this article, "NLN Education Summit 2022 Continues to Expand Nursing Simulation Presentations." Read More

Leadership Institute Applications Due Today
Today is your last chance to apply to the 2023 NLN Leadership Institute so you can join the ranks of nursing education leaders who are leading the next generation of nurses into the workforce. Equip yourself with nursing leadership skills you need to elevate your nursing program and nursing education practice. From aspiring and emerging, to those transitioning into leadership positions, and already experienced, the experiential learning opportunities for leaders across all career trajectories. Apply Today

One Week Left to Register for Incorporating Telehealth in the Curriculum
Sign up now for a two-day presentation, Incorporating Telehealth in the Curriculum, hosted by the NLN focused on using the 4Ps Model of Telehealth, a tool developed by the presenter, Dr. Carolyn Rutledge. Learn about the history behind telehealth, the impact and lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic, and advancements that are now occurring within the field. Hurry! The presentation will be Oct. 17-18. Register Now

Sign Up for the NLN CNE Prep Virtual Course
Get help to get certified! This Oct. 20 virtual workshop is an intensive, comprehensive review of the major content areas of the test blueprint for the Certified Nurse Educator exam. You will be able to assess your level of readiness and identify practice domains where further study may be needed. Register Now
U.S. Department of Labor Announces Funding to Diversify Nursing Workforce & Address Shortage
To help address challenges to developing a skilled health care workforce, the U.S. Department of Labor recently announced an $80 million funding opportunity through the Nursing Expansion Grant Program to support nursing training programs designed to expand the pipeline of nursing professionals while advancing equity and creating pathways for workers to fill jobs. These H-1B Skills Training Grants emphasize training people from historically marginalized and underrepresented populations. Learn More

New Opportunity from the Nurses on Boards Coalition
For those with an interest in serving on a corporate board, nurses may now register in the Diligent Director Network and the Equilar Diversity Network databases. As a prerequisite to registering, only those who have prior and/or current board experience with any type of organization may register. This offers interested board-ready members of NOBC members like the NLN with the opportunity to create a profile within two large networks at no cost, offering exposure to potential corporate board opportunities. Learn More

Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Educators’ Perceptions of Teaching Dissociative Disorders
Research Participant Recruitment: The purpose of this study is to learn about nurse educators who teach psychiatric-mental health nursing and their perceptions of teaching dissociative disorders. For adjunct, part-time, or full-time nurse educators who are currently teaching psychiatric-mental health nursing in any accredited nursing program in the U.S. at any level, i.e. diploma, associate, baccalaureate, graduate, etc. Primary investigator is Briana Snyder, PhD, RN, PMH-BC, CNE, Towson University. Learn More

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Leadership Institute Applications Due: October 10

Incorporating Telehealth in the Curriculum: October 17-18

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