Presentation on theme: "ENHANCING CE THROUGH THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY IANCE Annual Meeting – November 21, 2014 Laura Hudson, MSN, RN - Iowa Board of Nursing."— Presentation transcript:
ENHANCING CE THROUGH THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY IANCE Annual Meeting – November 21, 2014 Laura Hudson, MSN, RN - Iowa Board of Nursing
THOUGHTS FROM A DEEP THINKER To raise new questions, new possibilities, to regard old problems from a new angle requires creative imagination. Albert Einstein
MORE FOOD FOR THOUGHT None of us is a smart as ALL OF US. Ken Blanchard
OBJECTIVES Review research findings on the NCSBN National Simulation study. Explore and discuss how technology will drive a change in the way we deliver CE. Demonstrate and discuss a point of care CE system. Study administrative rules requirements related to CE. Review the nursing CE waivers in the state of Iowa. Discuss an acceptable version of a CE brochure.
NCSBN SIMULATION STUDY Longitudinal, Randomized, Controlled Study Purpose was to provide missing evidence needed by BONs Control Group, 25% Group & 50% Group A total of 847 consented to start the study, 666 completed Results Hayden, et al, (2014)
DISCUSSION ABOUT – NCSBN SIMULATION STUDY What, if anything, surprises you most about these study results? Does seeing these results support the use of simulation in your own area of education? What are the advantages to using simulation? Disadvantages?
CE Headquarters 1-866-704-9963 firstname.lastname@example.org
CE HEADQUARTERS WWW.CEHEADQUARTERS.COM “Continuing education at the point of care.” CE Headquarters 1-866-704-9963 email@example.com
DISCUSSION ABOUT POINT OF CARE CE Would you consider point of care CE as provider-designed or learner-designed study? What is a benefit to allowing point of care CE opportunities? What is a barrier? Can you see nurses benefitting from this technology?
WAIVERS OF CE FOR IOWA NURSES Active or military duty during all or part of the licensure period Residence outside of Iowa in another mandatory CE state during all or part of the licensure period Employment by the Federal Government (RN or LPN), and assignment to duty outside of the US Foreign service outside of the US, where a current stateside license is required Current certification in a specialty area for the ARNP Physical or mental disability during the licensure period (Waiver requires an application signed by a physician)
GOOD BROCHURE REQUIREMENTS Lists a clear title to describe the course Name of the provider, and co-sponsor, if applicable Date(s) and time(s) are listed Address of where the offering is being held Intended audience Clear purpose statement Objectives (use of active verbs is recommended)
GOOD BROCHURE REQUIREMENTS Agenda (not required, but nice) CE award statement Registration, cancellation & contact information A complete brochure includes all of the requirements according to 655 Iowa Administrative Code, Chapter 5 rules.
REFERENCES Benner, P. (2014). Using improvisational actors for live high-fidelity simulation: Pre- briefing and debriefing are the keys to deep learning from simulation. Retrieved September 30, 2014, from http://www.educatingnurses.com Ainger, D. (2014, November 9). CE HQ, Point of Care. [Power point presentation]. Retrieved from email box of Laura.Hudson@iowa.gov Damgaard, G., & Young, L. (2014). Virtual nursing care for school children with diabetes. Journal of Nursing Regulation, 4(4), 15-24. Hayden, J., Smiley, R., Alexander, M., Kardon-Edgren, S. & Jeffries, P. (2014). The NCSBN National Simulation Study: A longitudinal, randomized, controlled study replacing clinical hours with simulation in prelicensure nursing education. Journal of Nursing Regulation, 5(2), July 2014 Supplement. Murphy, J. (2010). Pulling together. The ten rules of high performance teamwork. Naperville, Illinois: Simple Truths