2022 Annual NCNA Convention

September 15-16, 2022
Raleigh Marriott Crabtree Valley
Raleigh, NC

Agenda


 

NCNA 2022 Annual Convention
September 15-16, 2022
Raleigh Marriott Crabtree Valley
Raleigh, NC

2022 Convention Daily Schedule - Live Agenda | Earn up to 24.50 contact hours!

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15

8:30 AM Registration Opens
8:45 First Time Attendee Orientation
9:30 Welcome to the 115th NCNA Convention
9:45 KEYNOTE: The Power of Nursing (1.0 CH)
Rebecca Love, RN, MSN, FIEL
10:45 GENERAL SESSION: The Power of Small: Creating Moments that Matter (1.0 CH)
Jen Hamilton, RN, BSN,CEN, RNC-OB
11:45 Exhibit Hall | Posters Group A (0.75 CH)
12:30 PM Awards Luncheon
2:00 Exhibit Hall | Posters Group B (0.75 CH)
2:45

Refreshment Break

Begin Breakout Sessions
A-
Practice            B- Education      C- Leadership      D- Self-Care

3:00

Breakout Sessions I (1.0 CH)

I-A: Driving the Change While Maintaining the Gain - A Stroke Team’s Evolution
Tom Curley, MSN, RN, SCRN; Ruth Marescalco, RN, BSN, SCRN

I-B: Virtual Reality to Address Medical Emergencies in Primary Care
Kae Livsey, MPH, PhD, RN; Debra Ezzell, MSN, RN

I-C: Retention begins at Orientation: Meeting Experienced Nurses’ Precepting Needs
heryl A. Smith-Miller, PhD, RN-BC

I-D: Healthcare Worker Burnout: Improving Well-Being and Practicing Resiliency
Cynthia J. Keener, MSN, RN, NPD-BC

4:00

Break

4:15

Breakout Sessions II (1.0 CH)

II-A: Fall Forward Fast: Preventing Patient Falls
Kelly Kettler, MSN, APRN, ACCNS-AG; Tammi Hicks, DNP, RN, CEN, NEA-BC

II-B: Academic-Practice Partnerships to Strengthen the Nursing Workforce
Megan P. Williams, EdD, RN, FNP; JoAn Stanek, DNP, RN, ANP, CHPN

II-C: Oh the Places you will Go! Career Development Paths
Dennis A. Taylor, DNP, PhD, ACNP-BC, FCCM; Gail K. Shue, RN, MSN, DNPc

II-D: The ABCs of Self-Resuscitation
Tonya Mial, BSN, MSN-Ed

5:30 NCNA Networking & Engagement Reception

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16

7:15 AM Welness Activity
7:15 Exhibit Hall
7:45 Registration Opens | Continential Breakfast
8:15

GENERAL SESSION: Surviving Verbal Conflict® “Verbal De-escalation for Healthcare Professionals”
Chief Harry P. Dolan (Ret.) (1.0 CH)

9:15 Legislative Update (1.0 CH)
10:15 Break 
10:30

Breakout Sessions III (1.0 CH)

III-A: NCBON Updates
Sara A. Griffith PhD, MSN, RN

III-B: Crashing Courses and Crashing Patients: Increasing Confidence in the Novice Nurse
Andrew Fettes, BSN, RN, CCRN; Kaili Hall, BA, BSN, RN, CCRN

III-C: TED-Like Talks: Leadership

III-D: Identifying and Eliminating Bullying Behaviors for a More Resilient Workforce
Amanda Sawyer, MSN, RN, CMSRN; Casey Toler, MSN, RN, RNC-OB, IBCLC

11:30

Exhibit Hall | Posters Group C (1.0 CH)

12:30 PM

Membership Forum (1.0 CH) | Working Lunch

2:00 

Break

2:10

Breakout Sessions IV (1.0 CH)

IV-A: Addressing the Serious Shortage of RN’s in Home and Health and Hospice
Susan Harmuth, MS; Michelle White, DNP, RN, CNL; Kathy Turner, RN, BSN

IV-B: When Faculty Become the Students: A Simulation Facilitator Training Plan
Tara Hayes, MSN, RN, CNE; Ashley Hull, MSN, RN

IV-C: Mentor Programs as a Strategic Approach to Nurse Retention
Nancy Jo Thompson, DNP, MSN-Ed, RN-BC

IV-D: Three Concepts to Restore Well Being and Improve Mental Health
Debbie Granick, DNP, PMHNP, LCSW

3:15 Closing Keynote: The Power to Move Nursing Forward® (1.0 CH)
Ernest Grant, PhD, RN, FAAN 

The sessions and agenda listed above are subject to change. 

CONTACT HOURS:
Up to 24.50 Contact Hours (CH) available for FULL registrants who attend in-person (12.50 CH for onsite and 12.0 CH for breakout session playbacks).

SESSION PLAYBACKS

Miss a session you really wanted to see? Don’t worry about it! We provide recordings of all of the breakout sessions to attendees — and you can get CHs for all of the concurrent sessions from the day(s) you are registered. You will receive an email about a month after Convention with all the info. General Sessions (Keynote, etc.) will not be recorded.

Please continue to check back for updates.

 

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