Pre Conferences start Monday, July 6
Full Conference starts Wednesday, July 8
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This continuing education activity was approved by Colorado Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
The 2019 Nurse Educator Conference will be held July 8 - 12, 2019 in beautiful Vail, Colorado. The theme of the 29th Annual Nurse Educators Conference is Learning from the Past, Looking to the Future.
This year’s conference provides a unique opportunity to review the historical relevance of nursing education, to understand and appreciate it as we head into a dynamic future. The Nurse Educator’s Conference in the Rockies will highlight some of the challenges and opportunities for using our history to better understand our present and create a preferred future. Nurse Educators are constantly being bombarded with new information, technologies and techniques on how to provide content(instruction)to students. It becomes a daily challenge to decipher what is essential for student learning and how best to facilitate it. Even in the seemingly less-complex world of yesteryear, precious pearls for today’s nurse educators can be gleaned. Skill building sessions, poster, panels presentation and lectures will be presented in a very interactive, hands-on manner. You will leave this conference full of ideas to share and implement within your own academic environments!
Provide a forum for nurse educators to develop new skills, demonstrate best practices, exchange lessons learned, share current evidence-based research, and discover valuable resources.
Offer a multi-disciplinary conference program that encompasses the broad aspects of nurse education.
Stimulate innovation in nurse education.
Participants will gain knowledge and skills to employ best practices in teaching, student engagement, and program evaluation
Participants will return to academic practice with ideas & strategies to engage a diverse generation of students.