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Summit Presentations



2012 NCIN Scholars Network Student Panel



Session Presentation:
Use this link to see a PDF of the presentation.

Session Overview:
The New Careers in Nursing Scholars Network was initiated as a result of expressed desire from scholars to promote interconnectivity among RWJF NCIN scholars. During 2011, a steering committee was formed to begin planning for the Network.  The first face-to-face meeting of this steering committee was held prior to the Summit.  This presentation by scholars will describe their vision for the future of the Network, and goals and objectives, along with the activities they have planned to meet those goals and objectives. The work of the Network is supported by the National Program Office and two faculty advisors who represent NCIN grantees. It is envisioned that this Network will provide a platform for sharing resources and skill sets, allowing the group to advance and focus on a specific cause as a whole.
Session Objectives:
  1. Describe the proposed structure of the NCIN Scholars Network.
  2. Discuss the benefits of the Network for both students and their nursing programs.
  3. Identify roles and responsibilities of NCIN program liaisons in supporting the Network.
 
 Scholar Network Members in Attendance:
 Frank Cammarata, ABSN, University of Maryland, Baltimore
Chris Fogarty, ABSN, Kent State University
Cattleya Buranasombati May, AMSN, Boston College
Sue No, ABSN, University of South Florida
Onome Henry Osokpo, ABSN, SUNY Stony Brook University
John Pederzolli, ABSN, Kent State University
Beret Ravenscroft, ABSN, Southern Connecticut State University
Chad Roath, ABSN, University of Detroit Mercy
Blake Smith, ABSN, Nebraska Methodist College
Luis Sanchez, ABSN, New York University
Darlene Lamb, ABSN, Norfolk State University
Natasha Leland, ABSN, Samuel Merritt University  

If your students are interested in being members of the Scholar Network tell them to find us on Facebook! Just search for NewCareersinNursing.

2013 Scholars Network Presentation

 




Session Overview:

The New Careers in Nursing Scholars Network began in response to scholars’ expressed desire to promote interconnectivity among RWJF NCIN scholars. The Scholars Network was officially established in October 2012 and the Steering Committee has meet over the past year to plan for continued activities and the future direction. The Scholars will discuss the advancement they have made in their careers and plans to increase the participation of more scholars in the Network that is supported by the National Program Office. It is envisioned that this Network will continue to provide a platform for sharing resources and skill sets, allowing the group to advance and focus on its’ mission and vision.
 
Session Objectives:
1. Describe the progress of the NCIN Scholars Network over the past year.
2. Discuss approaches that will increase the participation of NCIN scholars in the Network.
3. Describe the benefits to both scholars and NCIN programs of supporting the Network.

Scholar Network Members in Attendance:
Cattleya Buranasombati May, AMSN from Boston College
Chris Fogarty, ABSN from Kent State University
Sue No, ABSN from University of South Florida
Onome Henry Osokpo from ABSN, SUNY Stony Brook University
Beret Ravenscroft, ABSN from Southern Connecticut State University
Juan (John) Reyna, ABSN from University of Texas at El Paso
Luis Sanchez, ABSN from New York University
Blake Smith, ABSN from Nebraska Methodist College
Kenneth Stice, ABSN from University of Texas at El Paso
Natasha Leland, ABSN from Samuel Merritt University

Faculty Advisors:
Aara Amidi-Nouri, PhD, RN, Samuel Merritt University
Susan Ward, PhD, RN, Nebraska Methodist College

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2014 Understanding Policy Implications

 

 

Hayley Hanson, Esq.
Partner with a focus on Healthcare, Life Sciences, 
& Pharmaceuticals 
Husch Blackwell


With a dedicated focus on representing institutions of higher education, Hayley Hanson advises on compliance and governance issues involving student aid, accreditation, privacy, campus crime, state licensure, distance education, faculty, students and general employment. A member of the firm’s Healthcare, Life Sciences and Pharmaceuticals industry team, 
Hanson has served as outside counsel to more than 20 institutions directly affiliated with a hospital system, providing higher education support to the colleges of allied health.

Keynote Session: Recruitment, Enrollment and Academic Advancement of Underrepresented Students in Schools of Nursing: Policy Implications

Session Overview:

Discuss and define the policy implications that affect the recruitment, enrollment, and academic advancement of underrepresented students in NCIN grantee schools .
Session Objectives:
  1. Describe current recruitment, enrollment and academic advancement policies.
  2. Identify the impact these policies may have on students and schools of nursing whose goals are to sustain the mission of NCIN.
Presentation linked here.


2015 Future of Nursing Scholar Program

 

Scholar Session 
Future of Nursing Scholar Program
Informal Q/A

Speaker:Susan Hassmiller, PhD, RN, FAAN
Senior Adviser for Nursing and Director, Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation 
Susan Hassmiller, PhD, RN, FAAN, who joined the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) in 1997, is presently RWJF’s senior adviser for nursing. In this role, she shapes and leads the Foundation’s strategies to address nurse and nurse faculty shortages in an effort to create a higher quality of patient care in the United States. Drawn to the Foundation’s “organizational advocacy for the less fortunate and underserved,” Hassmiller is helping to assure that RWJF's commitments in nursing have a broad and lasting national impact.

Session Materials: Presentation 

 

2015 Scholars Network Presentation 

Speakers:
Gaea Daniel, MSN, RN
Heidy Merius, BSN, RN
Carli Culjat-Zegers, BSN, RN
Cattleya May, MS, FNP-BC

PDFS from this presentation:
Powerpoint
Annual Report
NCIN Scholar S
ummit Book


Session Overview: 
Attendees discuss innovative ideas with other nursing academic faculty; describe lessons learned and identify opportunities for sustaining the work of the NCIN program. Sessions will highlight outcomes of four Innovation Award projects and issues of particular concern to accelerated nursing education.

Session Objectives:
1.    Describe the structure, function and membership of the Scholars Network.
2.    Recognize current and planned, projects of the Scholars Network.
3.    Examine opportunities to contribute to the sustainability (future projects) of the Scholars Network.
4.    Articulate future vision and how it aligns with RWJF’s Culture of Health.

2016 NCIN Scholars Network Presentation: Beyond 2016


      Scholars Network Members in Attendance: 
Cattleya B. May, MS, FNP-BC, Boston College - Chair
Carli Zegers, BSN, RN, Creighton University - Chair Elect
Beret Ravenscroft, JD, BSN, RN, Southern Connecticut State University 
Blake Smith, BSN, RN, Nebraska Methodist College
Chris Fogarty, BSN, RN, Kent State University
Natasha R. Leland, BSN, RN, Samuel Merritt University
Sue No, BSN, RN, University of South Florida 
Luis Sanchez-Vera, BSN, RN, New York University
Onome Henry Osokpo, MS, RN, Stony Brook University
Christel TeeSy, BSN, RN, Samuel Merritt University

Faculty Advisors:
Aara Amidi-Nouri, PhD, RN, Samuel Merritt University
Susan Ward, PhD, RN, Nebraska Methodist College


Session Overview:
The New Careers in Nursing Scholars Network was created to promote interconnectivity among RWJF NCIN scholars. During 2011, a steering committee was formed to begin planning for the Network. This presentation by scholars will describe their vision of the future of the Network as a stand-alone organization. 

The goals and objectives, along with the operating principles the steering committee has developed will be presented. It is envisioned that this Network will provide a platform for sharing resources and skill sets, allowing the group to advance and focus on a specific cause as a whole.

Session Objectives:
Describe the progress of the NCIN Scholars Network over the past year.
Discuss approaches for that will increase the participation of NCIN scholars in the Network.
Describe the future goals, objectives and activities for the NCIN Scholars Network.

Session Materials:

2014 Annual Report


 NCIN Scholars Network Regional Meetings


Scholars Network Lecture Series 2015- Southern Region
GRU
 
On Saturday, April 18, 2015 Georgia Regents University hosted the NCIN Scholars Network Southern Regional Meeting in Augusta, Georgia.
 
Below are the materials provided to meeting attendees.


Pathways to Leadership                                                                     
Laura Brower, MSN, RN, Chief Nursing Officer 
Georgia Regents Medical Center
Powerpoint
 
Planning Your Career Trajectory        
Rebecca Wheeler, PhD, RN, Program Coordinator 
Georgia Nursing Leadership Coalition for Future of Nursing  

Pursuing Advanced Education    
Doctoral Advancement in Nursing  
Joachim Voss, PhD, RN, ACRN, FAAN, Associate Professor
Biobehavioral Nursing and Health Systems, University of Washington                
World Café Sessions         
(Break out Sessions)

Session I:   Intergenerational Issues in the Workplace
Session Leader:  Nancy Andrews, DNP, FNP-BC, 
Assistant Professor, College of Nursing Georgia Regents University
Handouts
                          
Session II:  Finding Your Voice and Speaking Up
Session Leader: Joachim Voss, PhD, RN, ACRN, FAAN, Associate Professor, Biobehavioral Nursing and Health Systems
University of Washington    
 
Session III:  Micro-aggressions / Lateral Violence in the Workplace
Session Leader:  Angela Amar, PhD, RN, FAAN, Robert Wood Johnson Nurse Faculty Scholar, Associate Professor in the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing at Emory University
Powerpoint
 
                                                                                     
Scholars Network and Your Role            
Gaea Daniel, MSN, RN 
Scholars Network Steering Committee
Emory Hospital
Powerpoint
 
Here is a copy of the Agenda and Participant Listing. 
 

Scholars Network Lecture Series 2015- Northeastern Region

On Saturday, April 25, 2015 Thomas Edison State College hosted the NCIN Scholars Network Northeastern Regional Meeting in Trenton, New Jersey.
 
Below are the materials provided to meeting attendees.

Pathways to Leadership      
Judith Caruso, DNP, MBA, RN, NEA-BC, FACHE, President and Healthcare Consultant, Caruso Consulting  
Powerpoint                                       
 
Emotional Intelligence 
David Caruso, PhD, Research Affiliate, Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence
 

Public Policy and Nursing  
Chris Tracy, MSW, Senior Policy Analyst,  American Association of Colleges of Nursing 
Powerpoint                                                                                     
 
Breakout Sessions
1. Designing a Career Pathway
Leaders:  Joachim Voss, PhD, RN, ACRN, FAAN, Associate Professor, Biobehavioral Nursing and Health Systems, University of Washington    
 
 
2. Interprofessional Collaboration 
Co-Leaders: Judith Caruso, DNP, MBA, RN, NEA-BC, FACHE, President and Healthcare Consultant, Caruso Consulting
David Caruso, PhD, Research Affiliate , Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence
 
3. Implementation of the Affordable Care Act
Leader: Chris Tracy, MSW, Senior Policy Analyst,  American Association of Colleges of Nursing 
Powerpoint 
                                                                               
4. Ebola—Crisis Management 
Leader: Mary Lou Manning, PhD, CRNP, CIC, FAAN, Associate Professor, Jefferson School of Nursing President, APIC
Powerpoint 
 
Pursuing Advanced Education/Doctoral Advancement in Nursing
Joachim Voss, PhD, MS, RN, Associate Professor, Biobehavioral Nursing and Health Systems, University of Washington  
 
Scholars Network and Your Role
Onome Osokpo, MS, RN, Scholars Network Steering Committee
Powerpoint 
 
Here are a copy of the agenda and participant listing for download. 
 
 

Scholars Network Lecture Series 2015- Midwest Region

On June 27, 2015, Rush University hosted an NCIN Scholars Meeting in Chicago, IL.

Below are the materials provided to meeting attendees.
African American Non-Resident Fatherhood Program 
Wrenetha Julion, PhD, MPH, RN, FAAN
Professor, Rush University
 
 
Ethical Issues in Healthcare  
Kathryn Schroeter, PhD, RN,
Clinical Associate Professor, Marquette University

 
Leadership and Organization in Nursing   
Susan Morby, MSN, RN
VP of Nursing Professional Practice, Tenet Health System

Leadership Exercise – “You Can Quote Me on That”

Below is a copy of the agenda and session handouts for download.
ANA Code of Ethics
Leadership Quotes
Leadership Survey
Agenda
Ted Talks