One of the key benefits of NurseTRUST is participation in our virtual conversations, which we call TRUSTed Conversations. They offer a great opportunity to expand knowledge while connecting with a network of accomplished nurse leaders in every sector of nursing practice! TRUSTed Conversations are open to members and non-members unless otherwise noted. 

JUNE 25, 2024 - 4:00PM EDT

Providing an Empathetic Learning Experience for Nurses
No fee to participate - open to all; register here to receive Zoom connection information.

This presentation will emphasize the importance of inclusivity in the nursing classroom. It will discuss design thinking and empathetic instructional design and the role empathy plays in course design. The presentation will share methods for embedding inclusivity and promoting critical awareness in the nursing educational environment while remaining empathetic to student needs.


Presenter:
Nancy Bellucci, PhD, MSN-Ed, MS, RN, CNE, CNOR
Academic Program Director - Columbia Southern University


Dr. Bellucci received her Ph.D. in nursing education from Capella University, is also a Certified Nurse Educator, and holds a Master’s degree in online learning design and technology. She has held multiple clinical nursing and academic nursing faculty and leadership positions. She has taught and created courses spanning the undergraduate to graduate nursing levels, served as a primary author for over 50 courses in the online setting, served as the primary author of a study guide for nurses, and volunteers in service of the nursing profession through her work as an author, peer-reviewer, and an accreditation site reviewer and team leader for CNEA. She is the founding Academic Program Director for new nursing programs being developed at Columbia Southern University, where she serves as the principal course developer and curriculum designer who possesses a high level of proficiency in a student-centered approach to curriculum development, design, building, and delivery.
 


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