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Ohio League for Nursing
Education Summit:  Ohio 2019

March 28 & 29, 2019
Dublin Embassy Suites Columbus, OH

March 28, 2019 - Pre-Summit
Working, Playing and Getting Along With Others: The Power of Resilience
Speaker - Robert L. Smith, PhD

  •  4.5 Contact hours will given for this program OLN-1-2019

March 29, 2019 - Summit
Nursing Education's Path to the Future: Compassion, Creativity & Partnership
Keynote - Elizabeth Speakman, EdD, RN, FNAP, ANEF, FAAN

  • Contact hours will be given for all sessions as well as poster session. range is from 4.6 to 6.6 contact hours dependent on number of posters viewed. OLN-02-2019

Thursday, March 28, 2019

Pre-Summit - Working, Playing and Getting Along with Others: The Power of Resilience - Robert L Smith, PhD - Director, Medical Staff Assistance Program and TeamSTEPPS, The MetroHealth System, Cleveland, OH

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Annual Meeting, Awards and Election Results Dinner - This dinner is a great opportunity for networking and to celebrate those who are receiving awards.  Please join us.

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Friday, March 29, 2019
Nursing Education's Path to the Future: Compassion, Creativity & Partnerships

Registration, Continental Breakfast, Visit Exhibits & Poster Presentations
8:55 am - 10:10 am
Keynote Address - The Challenges of Creating Interprofessional Education (IPE) and Collaborative Practice (CP) Partnerships:  Preparing a 21st Century Ready Compassionate Nursing Workforce - Elizabeth Speakman, EdD, RN, FNAP, ANEF, FAAN - Associate Provost of Interprofessional Education, University of the Sciences

10:10 am - 10:40 am

Break, Exhibits, View Posters

10:40 am - 11:40 am

Plenary Session - Use of Theoretical Models and Evaluation Methods - Elizabeth Speakman

11:40 am - 12:50 pm

Lunch, Exhibits, View Posters

12:50 pm - 1:50 pm

Group I Concurrent Sessions

1:50 pm - 2:00 pm

Break, Exhibits, View Posters

2:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Group II Concurrent Sessions

2:30 pm - 2:40 pm

Break, Exhibits, View Posters

2:40 pm - 3:40 pm

Plenary Session - The Ohio Action Coalition: Continuing to Improve the Health of Ohioians Through Nursing - Carol Drennen, MSN, MS, RN & Eileen Werdman, DNP, APRN, CNS
Summit Wrap-up and Evaluation
Online Registration is available now Under the "Register" Tab

Presentations

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Working, Playing & Getting Along With Others: The Power of Resilience

Pre-Summit Speaker - Robert L. Smith, PhD - Director, Medical Staff Assistance Program and TeamSTEPPS, The MetroHealth System, Cleveland, OH

  • This workshop will address three significant topics in healthcare today- burnout, resilience and teamwork.  Participants will learn, and practice specific resilience tools based upon the field of Positive Psychology. These tools will be demonstrated so that participants can employ them to build positive interpersonal relationships at work; manage conflicts with coworkers and others; protect their personal values and priorities; and increase their awareness of the beauty and passions around and within them.  At the conclusion, participants will have practiced the resilience skills and will have handouts with instructions,  enabling them to be able to teach and share these tools with coworkers and students.

Nursing Education's Path to the Future: Compassion, Creativity & Partnerships

Summit Keynote Speaker - Elizabeth Speakman, EdD, RN, FNAP, ANEF, FAAN - Associate Provost of Interprofessional Education, University of the Sciences  - The Challenges of Creating Interprofession Education (IPE) and Collaborative Practice (CP) Partnerships: Preparing a 21st Century Ready Compassionate Nursing Workforce

  • A discussion of the components of interprofessional education (IPE) and collaborative practice (CP).  Ways to integrate IPE and CP in the classroom, and practice environment will be explored.  Challenges, lessons learned and opportunities for the use of IPE and CP will be examined.

Summit Plenary Session - Elizabeth Speakman -  Use of Theoretical Models and Evaluation Methods for IPE and CP

  • An explanation of the use of the Kirkpatrick Model as a theoretical framework. Participants will work in dyads to assist in discussing and evaluating programming, student and staff behavioral changes and patient outcomes in IPE and CP.

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Group 1 Concurrent Session Selections – 1 Hour

Group 1-A - Focus: Compassion
#A-01 -
Compassion Fatigue in Nursing: The Case for Inclusion in Curricula and Transition to Practice - Kimberly Baughman, DNP, RN, NE-BC, Miami University

  • Promote interventions to decrease the occurrence of Compassion Fatigue among matriculating and graduating nurses as they enter the workforce.  All care givers demonstrate varying degrees of compassion fatigue, so recognizing the indications early is important. 

#A-02 - Simulation Based Strategy Uniting Art with Science: Facilitating Development of Professional Presence – Eileen Werdman, DNP, APRN, CNS & Robin Wagner, MSN, CNS, University of Cincinnati College of Nursing

  • Generate three strategies to address professional presence in simulation scenarios.  See how using "patient's perspective" videos during debriefing bring insight into their professional presence at the bedside.

Group 1-B - Focus: Creativity
#B-01 - Admissions and Discharges and Transfers, Oh My! – Sarah O'Brien, MSN, RN; & Sherleena Buchman, PhD, MSN, RN, Ohio University School of Nursing

  • Implement a creative simulation using a multiple patient assignment involving admissions, discharge and transfers.  Placing students in more realistic situations help them learn to prioritize patient care.

#B-02 - Promoting Graduate Student Engagement in Online Learning – Beverly Gish, MS, FNP-BC, CNE & Dale Hilty, PhD, MA, MEd, BA, Mount Carmel College of Nursing

  • Design an evaluation to measure the effectiveness of online learning strategies to promote student engagementHear the results of a study of 29 graduate students who completed learning activities that included passive and active learning. 

Group 1-C - Focus: Partnership
#C-01 -
Designated Education Units: A Collaboration Between Academia and Clinical Practice Partners – Jean Heiskell, MSN/ED, RN & Deborah Schwytzer, DNP, RN-BC, CEN, University of Cincinnati College of Nursing

  • Describe the benefits and processes of a collaborative clinical education model developed in partnership with community health care agencies and a college of nursing to enhance student learning and increase partner satisfaction.  The positive outcomes of a dedicated education unit (DEU) will be shared.

#C-02 - Enhancing Interprofessional Education at a Rural University: An Elective Course with Service Learning Component – Megan Lieb, MSN, RN, Ohio Northern University

  • Construct new ideas about how to implement service learning opportunities into interprofessional education to allow for practical experiences and competency development. Results of an elective IPE course that provided an enriched experience will be discussed.

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Group II Concurrent Sessions – ½ Hour

Group II-A - Focus: Partnership - A Creative Path from Education to Practice: An Innovative Partnership – Pam Hutchinson, DNP RN, CPN, Cincinnati Children's Hospital & Deborah Schwytzer, DNP, RN, University of Cincinnati College of Nursing

  • Describe the structure and processes of an innovative BSN co-op program that was developed through a partnership with a pediatric medical center and a college of nursing to improve the transition of newly graduated nurses to the practice setting.

Group II-B - Focus: Creativity - Rapid Fire Presentations – (5 minute presentations with a question/answer period at the end)

  • A Concept-Based Curriculum Utilizing Clinical Intensive Courses During Senior Year - Cara Rigby, DNP, RN, CMSRN, Christ College of Nursing & Health Sciences
  • Textbook-Free: The Way to Be! - Gail Baumlein, PhD, MSN, RN, CNE, ANEF, Franklin University
  • I'm Online But Disconnected: Establishing Presence in the Online Environment - Nicole Heimgartner, DNP, MSN, RN, COI, Connect: RN2ED

Group II-C - Focus: Partnership - Rapid Fire Presentations – (5 minute presentations with a question/answer period at the end)

  • A Creative Approach in the Development of a Diverse Nursing Pipeline - Daria Sheafe, MSN, RN, Cleveland Clinic
  • Linked-In to Practice (LIP) Program: A Partnership to Address Transition to Practice - Tracey Motter, DNP, RN, Kent State University College of Nursing
  • Commanding Connections Between Education and Practice - Kathryn Stuck-Boyd, MSN, RN-BC, Cleveland Clinic

Plenary Session - The Ohio Action Coalition: Continuing to Improve the Health of Ohioians Through Nursing - Carol Drennen, MSN, MS, RN & Eileen Werdman, DNP, APRN, CNS 

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Hotel Information

Ohio League for Nursing
Nursing Education Summit Ohio 2019

Embassy Suites Dublin
5100 Upper Metro Place
Dublin, Ohio

(614) 790-9000
(Ask to speak to someone "in house" for reservations)

Identify your affiliation with the Ohio League for Nursing or OLN Annual Education Summit

Room Rate - $136.00 (plus applicable taxes) - Single or Double
Cut-off Date for Reservations is Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Register

Online Registration available now for Attendees.  Exhibitor Registration is available under the Exhibit With Us Tab.

To help Individual Attendees budget, the prices are as follows:

Pre-Summit - Thursday, March 28, 2019

    Prior to 2/27/2019       After 2/27/2019         Limited On-Site  
 OLN Member               $180              $230              $280
 Non-Member            $250              $300              $350

 

Annual Meeting & Awards Banquet - Thursday Evening, March 28, 2019 - 6 pm  This dinner is a great opportunity for networking and to celebrate those who are receiving awards.  Please join us

        Prior to 2/27/2019            After 2/27/2019      
 OLN Member or Non Member                    $20                $35

 

Summit - Friday, March 29, 2019

     Prior to 2/27/2019        After 2/27/2019      Limited On-Site   
  OLN Member              $205            $255             $305
  Non Member            $285            $335             $385

Click Here for the OLN 2019 Summit Cancellation Policy


Exhibit With Us

2019 THEME:  Nursing Education's Path to the Future: Compassion, Creativity & Partnership

Submission Deadline - Friday, February 15, 2019

Over 175 persons attend the Nursing Education Summit each year including nurse educators from all types of nursing program, administrators from schools of nursing and staff development.

Your agency or you as an individual can participate in one or more of several ways:           

  1. As an exhibitor.  Exhibitor displays have been planned for Friday, March 29, 2019 from 7:30 AM to 3:00 PM;

  2. As a sponsor or supporter of an event (continental breakfast, luncheon, break, annual dinner meeting / reception, speaker, smartphone conference app, etc );

  3. By placing an ad in the Program Brochure.

We would like to extend an invitation to you or your organization to participate.  Below is the link to register as an exhibitor/sponsor forms. Please complete the information below before February 15, 2019.  You will find this an excellent opportunity to let others learn about your organization as well as to show your support of nursing education and the Ohio League for Nursing.

Payment can be made online with credit card or you may select "pay by check" and print an invoice to return with check payment.

Please feel free to contact Terri Klopp with any questions at tlklopp@aol.com or 440-331-2721.

Costs are as follows:
2019 Exhibitor Fee $450 per space
2019 Exhibitor Fee Additional Representative $85
2019 Exhibitor Fee Electrical Outlet Needed $25
2019 Exhibitor Fee PLUS Full Day Conference Attendance for One $550
2019 Summit Sponsorship – Support for Keynote Speaker $1200
2019 Summit Sponsorship – Support for Continental Breakfast $800
2019 Summit Sponsorship – Support for Coffee/Refreshment Break $800
2019 Summit Sponsorship – Support for Luncheon $1200
2019 Summit Sponsorship – Support for Annual Meeting Dinner $1000
2019 Summit Program Ad Business Card Size $70
2019 Summit Program Ad Full Page (Approx 8”w x 10” h) $650
2019 Summit Program Ad Half Page (Approx 8”w x 5”h) $350
2019 Summit Program Ad Quarter Page (Approx 4”w x 5”h) $225

2019 Summit Bag Sponsor  $350 - Thank you to Nurse Tim Inc

Evaluation

Pre-Summit Evaluation Link will be available at the conclusion of the conference

 

Summit Evaluation Link will be available at the conclusion of the conference