24th Annual Midwest Regional Nursing Educators Conference

Description

In its 24th year, the primary goal of this annual event is to strengthen linkages between practice-based and academic nursing educators. Jointly developed by practicing academic faculty and seasoned hospital-based educators, the content is both evidence-based and practically useful.

This 2 ½ day event opens on the evening of the frist night  with a preconference workshop. The first full day, primarily targets practice-based educators. However content will be of interest to all nursing educators. The final day, is co-sponsored by the Missouri Association for Colleges of Nursing and offers sessions primarily related to the academic arena. However, in order to promote meaningful dialogue between practice-based and academic educators, the general sessions are designed to attract both target audiences.

Target audience: Although Day One primarily targets Practice-Based Educators and Day Two Academic Educators, this event is intentionally planned for both audiences and includes sessions of common interest each day. For this reason, about half the participants attend both days.

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