WLN 2019 Fall Conference: Preparing the Professional Nurse of the Future

Marian University
45 South National Avenue
Fond du Lac, WI 54935

Saturday, October 5, 2019 at 8:30am CT - 3:30pm CT
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45 South National Avenue, Fond du Lac, WI 54935

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Topic

Incivility in the Academic Setting and Supporting Student Success

Speaker(s)

Cynthia Clark, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN & Linda Matheson, PhD, RN

Credits Offered

This event offers 4.0 CEU credits to attendees.
Accredited by WNA is accredited as an approver for ANCC nursing contact hours. An application has been directed to WNA for review.

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Additional Information

Dr. Cynthia Clark's keynote address:

Conflict in the Ivory Tower: Strategies to Prevent and Address Faculty and Adminstratior Incivility

Incivility, collaboration, and cultures of respect are ethical imperatives for all members of the nursing education community. This thought-provoking session offers best practices to build and sustain healthy academic work environments.

ATTENDEES WILL EXPLORE: 

  • Examples of faculty incivility
  • Contributing factors
  • Evidence-based strategies to build positive relationships, promote collegial workplaces, and enhance faculty well-being and career satisfaction

OBJECTIVES FOR THIS EVENT:

  • Summarize the State of the Science regarding civility/incivility & other workplace aggressions in nursing education.
  • Review findings from empirical studies on faculty, classroom, student, and administrator incivility.
  • Describe a variety of evidence-based strategies to foster civility and healthy academic work environments.
  • Demonstrate, through workshop, the ability to identify incivility and actions to address this behavior.

Dr. Linda Matheson's Keynote Address:

Classroom Incivility: Strategies to Prevent and Address Student Incivility

Incivility in the classroom can have short and long term consequences on faculty, the learning environment, and patient safety. This interactive session will identify best practices to identify, prevent, and manage student incivility in the classroom and clinical setting.

ATTENDEES WILL EXPLORE:

  • Examples of student incivility
  • Contributing factors
  • Effective classroom management strategies

OBJECTIVES FOR THIS EVENT:

  • Describe characteristics and behaviors of nursing student that may lead to incivility.
  • Describe strategies to prevent incivility in the classroom and clinical setting.
  • Apply strategies to specific examples of student incivility.

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TWO HOUR-LONG AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS FEATURE:

  • Dr. Clark facilitating two (identical) workshops where participants have opportunity for further discussion of issues introduced in the morning sessions.
  • Two additional experts (alternative workshop sessions opposite Dr. Clark's workshop) offering information for actively supporting students and developing rubrics that enhance student success.
  • All attendees will be able to hear all afternoon speakers.

**If anyone is encountering difficulties completing registration for this event, please contact wisconsinwln@gmail.com for assistance.  Phone contact Marijo Rommelfaenger, WLN Director Marketing and Communications 262-389-7782 or Katie Weis, WLN Director Float and Nominations 414-839-1577 for assistance.

 Call for Poster Presentations are extended to a September 30 deadline.  Send email inquiries to wisconsinwln@gmail.com

Handouts

DEVELOPING A POSTER FOR PRESENTATION (87 KB)

A guide to help develop a poster for presentation.