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  TOPIC: NURSING                                                     

A Distinctive Framework for Adventist Nursing
Speakers: Holly Gadd, PhD, APRN, FNP-BC, Professor and Dean, School of Nursing, Southern Adventist University; Patricia Jones, PhD, RN, FAAN, Emerita Professor of Nursing, LLU School of Nursing; Anne Berit Petersen, PhD, MPH, RN, CNS, CHES, Co-Director Off-Campus Master’s Program, LLU School of Nursing; Edelweiss Ramal, PhD, RN, Emerita Associate Professor, LLU School of Nursing

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Building on decades of engagement with Adventist nursing globally, Dr. Jones, Distinguished Professor of Loma Linda Universtiy School of Nursing and team share their findings from a project that sought to answer the following question: “What is different about Adventist nursing that makes it distinctive?” This session provides an overview of the distinctive framework that resulted from this research and discusses its relevance to Adventist nursing education and practice globally. 
 
Learning Objectives: 
  • Describe the background and basic components of "A Distinctive Framework for Adventist Nursing." Read the Journal of Adventist Education® here.
  • Discuss the relevance, benefits and challenges of the framework globally. 
  • Demonstrate application of the framework to nursing education and practice.

  TOPIC: NURSING                                                       

Prayer at the Bedside: Intuitive or learned?  
Speaker: Iris Mamier, PhD, RN, Associate Professor, Graduate Programs, LLU School of Nursing

 

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Among American adults, prayer is still the most prevalent faith practice. We asked nurses reading the Journal of Christian Nursing if and how they prayed for their patients. This session presents the qualitative analysis of nurse prayers in response to a virtual scenario. Findings may be of interest to those who are willing to pray in a professional context and for educators who desire to prepare nurses for prayer at the bedside. 
 
Learning Objectives:
  • Identify elements of prayer in a professional healthcare context.
  • Describe teaching methods that can be used to prepare professional healthcare providers for a situation where a patient requests prayer from them.
  • Identify pitfalls for praying with patients in a professional context.

  TOPIC: NURSING - TEACHING                           

Pandemic Teaching: Tips for Successfully Changing to an Online Learning Environment
Speakers: Jan Nick, PhD, RNC-OB, CNE, ANEF, FAAN, Professor, LLUH School of Nursing; Ronald Vyhmeister, PhD, IT Manager, Middle East University, Beirut

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This dynamic pair of presenters will provide six tips that teachers should put into practice when constructing an online course. These simple strategies will help teachers create an exciting, impactful, and learner-centered online environment, which will help both teachers and students develop additional coping skills and resiliency in this pandemic environment and beyond.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify ways of bringing Christ into the online class creatively and effectively.
  • Develop methods of keeping students engaged throughout the term and getting them to submit assignments on time.
  • Select appropriate technology that can be used when teaching, emphasizing, clarifying, and assessing.
  • Design a course using principles that create meaningful learning for the student both individually and in a group setting.

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