Ohio League for Nursing
Education Summit: Ohio 2020 April 2 & 3, 2020 - Rescheduled for July 16 & 17, 2020 Quest Conference Center, 8405 Pulsar Place, Columbus, OH Hotel Information listed under the "Hotel" tab above.
April 2, 2020 - July 16, 2020 - Pre-Summit Test Item Writing for the Next Generation NCLEX Speaker - Linda Caputi, MSN, EdD, RN, CNE
6.0 Contact hours will given for this program OLN-1-2020
April 2, 2020 - July 16, 2020 - Awards Dinner, Annual Meeting & Networking - 6 pm
April 3, 2020 - July 17, 2020 - Summit New Directions in Nursing Education & Practice 2020 & Beyond Keynote - Susan Forneris, PhD, RN, CNE, CHSE-A, 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-02-2020
Pre-Summit Speaker - Linda Caputi, MSN, EdD, RN, CNE- President, Linda Caputi, Inc.
Today's nurse educators need to recognize the importance of developing and using tests
throughout the curriculum that
focus not only on nursing content but also on clinical judgment, including suggestions
for writing items for the Next Generation NCLEX. Use of test blueprints and conducting
statistical analysis of questions will be included.
OLN Summit - Friday, April 3, 2020 - July 17, 2020
New Directions in Nursing Education & Practice 2020 & Beyond
Summit, Keynote Speaker - Susan Forneris, PhD, RN, CNE, CHSE-A, FAAN -Director, NLN Center for Innovation in Education Excellence
Diffusion of Innovation in Education and Practice: Why Forge Ahead?
Nurses and nurse educators are increasingly called upon to lead and participate in teams that design innovative solutions in both health care and education. Why? Because we understand the challenges and opportunities of leveraging innovation and technology to promote excellence. The connections forged across the changing technological landscape magnify the reach and value of both information and relationships, creating opportunities for learning, working, and collaborating on an unprecedented scale. Providing nursing care in a highly technological, connected work environment is the future of nursing practice. Teaching with and about emerging innovative technology is the future of nursing education. This conversation will engage participants to thoughtfully reflect on and discuss the use of technology in creative and innovative ways to engage students in acquiring, managing and using nursing knowledge.
Summit Plenary Session - Susan Forneris - Moving from Content to Teaching for Use of Content
As nurse educators, we come to higher education sharing our expertise in the art and science of nursing. Yet, this expertise doesn’t always translate into good teaching and learning. Learners will learn to “think like a nurse”, when we as educators’ role model what that looks like. Providing direction, being informative, expressing ideas–
all are effective when our learners are engaged in meaning making. The ability to engage the minds of our learners using dialogue to make meaning is at the heart of great education. Immerse yourself in “the
how” experiencing teaching for “content use”.
Plenary Session - The Seven Habits of Highly Successful Nurse Educators - Linda Caputi,MSN, EdD, RN, CNE
Identify 7 habits that nurse
educators use to be effective in their practice. The discussion engages the
attendees in several emotional experiences; you may laugh and you may cry, but you
will leave the session being more aware of how to make your teaching the best
it can be.
Session 1 Concurrent Session Selections – ½ Hour
Session 1-A Lived Experience of Multiple Sclerosis, Emotional Intelligence, and Clinical Judgment - Michelle Bussard, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC, CNE, Bowling Green State University
Clinical judgment is an essential skill for all nursing professionals. The questions of how to teach clinical judgment and prepare graduates for transition to practice is one of great inquiry. Come learn more about how to identify a teaching strategy to promote the development of clinical judgment through the use of emotional intelligence.
Session 1-B Top-of-License (TOL) Practice and QSEN Competencies Combined: Nursing Education Re-imagined Using Top-of-License Study Findings – Jacqueline Loversidge, PhD, RNC-AWHC, The Ohio State University College of Nursing
Top-of-License practice (TOL) proposes eight core nursing responsibilities representing practice executed at its highest level. The six QSEN competencies are parallel, preparing nurses with knowledge, skills and attitudes to improve health care quality/safety. Learn how to combine QSEN competencies with TOL study findings in nursing education.
Session 1-C An Emotionally Intelligent Approach to Soliciting Student Feedback and Improving Student Learning and Satisfaction – Hannoud Almoghrabi, DNP, APRN, WNP-BC, Case Western Reserve University
Clinical teaching is a significant component of nursing education and clinical experience can be very demanding on both students and instructors. Open dialogue between students and instructors is integral for student learning. Learn how to assess student feedback during clinical rotations in order to adjust and improve communication and teaching strategies.
Session 2 Concurrent Sessions – ½ Hour
Session 2-A Incorporating QR Code Technology Into the Classroom – Jessica Elliott, MSN, RN, Karen Law BSN, RN-BC, CCRN, Renate Szeltner MSN, RN, Cleveland Clinic Foundation
QR codes are an efficient way to communicate information immediately. These codes have been used in nursing education to provide "how to" information for equipment. This session encourages critical thinking of patient management and uses QR codes to provide feedback regarding problem management.
Session 2-B Impact of PostPartum Simulation on Nurse Response and Confidence in Emergencies – Hilary Fulk, DNP, APRN-CNP, WHNP-BC, CNE, Chamberlain College of Nursing, Andrea Warren, MS, RNC-MNN, Mount Carmel Health System
There is a need for enhanced recognition and response to postpartum complications as maternal morbidity and mortality in the US has risen. In Ohio during 2008-2016 pregnancy-related causes of death occurred at 14.7 per 100,000 live births, with 57% of those ruled preventable. Learners will be able to identify strategies using simulation for early recognition and response to postpartum emergencies.
Session 2-C Rapid Fire Presentations – (6 minute presentations with a question/answer period at the end)
Engaging Your Learners Using an Escape Room - Anna Jaso, MSN, RN-BC, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
Use of 5-Minute Mindfulness Activities to Promote Self-Care in Nursing Students - Kelly Ammanniti, MSN, RN, Firelands Regional Medical Center School of Nursing
Intermediate Achievement Goals, Hope & Lifestyle Changes - Dale Hilty, PhD, Mt Carmel College of Nursing
Session 3 Concurrent Sessions – ½ Hour
Session 3-A Across the Curriculum and the Community: Building Bridges to Improve Care of Overdose Patients
– Megan Lieb, DNP, RN, Jamie Hunsicker MSN, RN, Christina Liebrecht DNP, RN, CNE, Ohio Northern University
Opioids were involved in 47,600 overdose deaths in the United States in 2017. Ohio is one of the top three states with the highest rate of drug overdose deaths, with that number increasing each year. Nurses are often one of the first responders in opioid overdose situations. The discussion will focus on innovative ways to engage students with technology to collaboratively address opioid overdose in the clinical and community settings.
Escape rooms are fun and popular today and are a new way to engage multigenerational learners and make patient safety the top priority. These live and action-packed games are based on teams working together to discover clues and solve puzzles to accomplish a task. Learn more about how to use this innovative learning strategy in your classroom.
Session 3-C Rapid Fire Presentations – (6 minute presentations with a question/answer period at the end)
The Implementation of Case-Based Learning as a Teaching-Learning Model - Ashley Saum, BSN, RN, CCRN
Color-Coding of a Sterile Field to Aid in Visual Cognition and Learning - Michele Hannon MSN, RN, CHSE Chamberlain University
Preparing Faculty for Next Generation NCLEX - Jessica Beitler MSN, RNC-ON University of Mt Union
Ohio League for Nursing
Nursing Education Summit Ohio 2020
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Room Rate - $121.00 (plus applicable taxes) - Single or Double Cut-off Date for Reservations is Wednesday, March 1, 2020
Online Registration available now for Attendees. Exhibitor Registration is available under the Exhibit With Us Tab.
Hotel Information listed under the "Hotel" tab above.
The prices are as follows:
Pre-Summit - Thursday, April 2, 2020 - July 16, 2020
Prior to 3/2/2020 3/9/2020
After 3/2/2020 3/9/2020
Annual Meeting & Awards Banquet - Thursday Evening, April 2, 2020 - July 16, 2020 - 6 pm This dinner is a great opportunity for networking and to celebrate those who are receiving awards and are newly elected to the OLN Board. Please join us!
2020 THEME:New Directions in Nursing Education & Practice 2020 & Beyond
Exhibitor Submission Deadline - Friday, March 2, 2020 June 15, 2020
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:
As an exhibitor. Exhibitor displays have been planned for Friday, April 3, 2020,July 17, 2020, from 7:30 AM to 3:00 PM;
As a sponsor or supporter of an event (continental breakfast, luncheon, break, annual dinner meeting / reception, speaker, smartphone conference app, etc );
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 March 2, 2020 June 15, 2020 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 email@example.com or 440-331-2721.
Costs are as follows
2020 Exhibitor Fee $495 per space (includes 1 draped table, electricity, continental breakfast, lunch and breaks for 1 representative)
2020 Exhibitor Fee Additional Representative $85
2020 Exhibitor Fee PLUS Full Day Conference Attendance for One $595
2020 Summit Sponsorship – Support for Keynote Speaker $1200
2020 Summit Sponsorship – Support for Continental Breakfast $800
2020 Summit Sponsorship – Support for Coffee/Refreshment Break $800
2020 Summit Sponsorship – Support for Luncheon $1200
2020 Summit Sponsorship – Support for Annual Meeting Dinner $1000
2020 Summit Program Ad Business Card Size $75
2020 Summit Program Ad Full Page (Approx 8”w x 10” h) $650
2020 Summit Program Ad Half Page (Approx 8”w x 5”h) $350
2020 Summit Program Ad Quarter Page (Approx 4”w x 5”h) $225 2020 Summit Bag Sponsor $450