open to all nurse educators -
Presented by the New York State Nurses Association:
Annual Faculty Camp
June 16 - 18, 2003
Bolton Landing, New York
"The 60-Second Nurse Educator: Creative Strategies to Inspire Learning"
Judith Herrman, PhD(c), RN
Sponsored by the New York State Nurses Association, accredited as a provider of continuing education in nursing by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.
_ Monday, June 16, 2003
1:00 - 5:00 P.M.
"60-Second Strategies to Enhance Clinical
Clinical teaching and learning--a great joy and great challenge for nurse educators...this session will discuss creative methods to enhance critical thinking and decision making in the clinical area.
Presentations of nursing faculty will be displayed, with time for discussion.
_ Tuesday, June 17, 2003
9:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.
"60-Second Strategies to Enhance Classroom
Whether you teach in classes of ten to two hundred...classroom teaching and traditional lectures pose challenges to learning and teaching. This session will provide 60 second strategies to increase attention to and integration of content...hopefully making learning fun!
Wednesday, June 18, 2003
9:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.
"60-Second Strategies to Enhance Small Group
Perhaps the most rewarding forum for teaching of all--small groups can offer their own unique challenges. This session will describe innovative methods to make teaching and learning even better!!!
Call for Posters on Education Innovations
The Council on Nursing Education seeks abstracts for display at a poster session planned for the Faculty Camp. While there is particular interest in abstracts relating to this year's theme, "The 60-Second Nurse Educator: Creative Strategies To Inspire Learning", all topics concerning nursing education initiatives will be considered. Posters do not have to present research studies.
Guidelines for Submission:
Use website link below to download, complete and return fact sheet (.pdf format; Adobe Acrobat Reader required) This should include title of project, primary author (who will receive correspondence from New York State Nurses Association), job title, employer, business address, daytime telephone number, fax number, e-mail address (if applicable), and any additional authors, their job title, and their employer.
Submit four typed copies of the abstract, limited to one page (500 words or less). The abstract format must include: title; clear description of project, including rationale for innovations; target population; outcomes; and significance of project to nursing education.
Submission Deadline is May 9, 2003
Abstracts should be forwarded to:
Ellen Ellis, PhD, RN, C
Associate Director, Nursing Education Program
New York State Nurses Association
11 Cornell Road
Latham, NY 12110
Hotel reservations must be made by downloading and completing the hotel registration form (.pdf format, Adobe Acrobat Reader required), and mailing it directly to the Sagamore by May 16, 2003. Rooms are subject to availability after this date.
If you are not planning on rooming at the Sagamore, you are required to register as a daily registrant for the conference. By doing so, you will be included in the workshop and the indicated group meals for each day.
For information on the Sagamore, visit their website.
Registration is required; NYSNA reserves the right to cancel this workshop if a sufficient number of registrants are not registered by May 1, 2002.
- call NYSNA's Organization Services Department at 518.782.9400, ext. 277.
- Complete the registration form found at the following link and submit online. You will receive confirmation of your registration.