Pre-conference education opportunities
Attendees have the option to take advantage of additional education sessions with the AONE 2019 pre-conference. AONE 2019 pre-conference sessions cost an additional fee. All pre-conference sessions take place on Wednesday, April 10.
The CNML Essentials Review Course is a one day course that assists participants in preparing for the CNML exam through a review of the four practice areas and practical application of the skills through group discussion. It also includes a review of test taking skills. This course also includes access to the self-assessment practice test.
The Certified in Executive Nursing Practice (CENP) Essentials Review Course is a one-day course that assists participants in preparing for the CENP exam through a review of the AONE Nurse Executive Competencies ™ and practical application of the competencies. This course also includes access to the self-assessment practice test.
Strong financial skills are necessary to be an effective leader in today’s health care environment. The Finance and Business Skills for Nurse Managers program better equips participants for nursing finance management. This program is presented in conjunction with the Healthcare Financial Management Association.
Nurses are at the heart of health care and some are struggling with fatigue, stress and burnout. The complex dynamics of this challenge require comprehensive and holistic approaches that support individual nurse wellbeing, environmental and administrative factors as well as interpersonal relationships. Supporting nurses to take care of themselves is a great start. This workshop will provide strategies designed to support nurse leaders’ resilience and bring their best selves to work and home. It will also provide insights to bring back to their teams and the broader organization.
Raphaela F. O’Day, PhD, Senior Performance Coach, Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute
For nurse leaders entering into “preferment” or an “encore career,” the deep knowledge and skills learned over a career can be repackaged to capitalize on new opportunities, as well as leveraging individual leadership strengths. The tools and techniques presented will help nurse leaders identify their readiness and fit for the new role. This workshop will help nurse leaders prepare to make informed decisions about their encore career development and trajectory.
Beth A. Brooks, PhD, RN, FACHE | Marjorie A. Maurer, MSN, RN, NEA-BCM
System chief nurse executives explore post-acute and ambulatory partnerships and models addressing quality, safety, service and throughput within a health system and related networks.
Laurie Smith, MN, RSN, NEA-BC, Billings Clinic | Colleen Swartz, DNP, MBA, RN, University of Kentucky