THIS PROGRAM IS NOW FULL.

Please contact Nancy Knapp at nknapp@nyshfa.org for any questions.


This five half-day session program allows flexibility and will provide you the opportunity to learn new skills, explore innovative adult learning strategies, and operationalize the skills and competencies that are needed to be an effective Nurse Educator in today’s SNF setting.

FIVE ADVANTAGES OF INVESTING IN YOUR FACILITY’S NURSE & STAFF EDUCATION!

  1. Highly Skilled & Confident Staff

  2. High Staff Retention

  3. Better Resident Outcomes

  4. Impressive Reputation

  5. Optimized Financial Performance

BROCHURE »


WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW.

This virtual Nurse Educator Program satisfies the NYSDOH requirements for skilled nursing facility Nurse Educators!

  • Participants will be required to develop a curriculum for a training session and present their training program in the final session
  • All participants of the program will receive copies of the various training programs developed by their classmates to tailor and use within their own facilities for staff education

» August 24  |  8:30 am — 12:30 pm

  • Utilizing Technology to Research Topics
  • Overview of Nurse Educator Competencies
  • Discussion of Adult Learner Theories / Generational Perspectives

» August 25  |  8:30 am — 12:30 pm

  • Teaching Strategies and Learning Activities
  • Curriculum Design
  • Evaluation Process

» September 28  |  8:30 am — 12:30 pm

  • Developing Effective Presentations
  • Utilizing Technology in Educational Programs

» September 29  |  8:30 am — 12:30 pm

  • Nurse Aide Training Program (NATP) Requirements Review
  • Annual Training
  • Resources Overview

» October 4  |  8:30 am — 12:30 pm

  • Practicum Experience: Participants will present and share their training programs and receive feedback from instructors and classmates

PROGRAM INSTRUCTORS:

Jackie PappalardiJACKIE PAPPALARDI, RN, BSN
Jackie is an RN with over 40 years of experience in the public and private health care delivery system. She has demonstrated leadership and management experience at the state level, including her position as the Director of the Division of Nursing Home and ICF/IID Surveillance at the NYSDOH, which enables her to work closely with providers across the healthcare continuum. During her tenure as Director, Jackie was instrumental in the development and implementation of the NYSDOH Nurse Aide Training Program.

 

LISA VOLKLISA M. VOLK, RN, BPS, LNHA
Lisa is an RN with 40 years of experience in the long-term care setting in both the proprietary and not-for-profit sectors. She has held roles as a Nurse Educator, Director of Nursing, Administrator, and Executive Director. With a strong operational background, Ms. Volk understands the link between the Nurse Educator’s role and the facility’s success.

 

Tarrah QuinlanTARRAH A. QUINLAN, RN, BSN
Tarrah is an RN with over 20 years of experience in multiple healthcare settings, specializing in long-term care. She is an expert in regulatory compliance, with experience as a nursing home surveyor and most recently serving as the Director of the Bureau of Quality Assurance and Surveillance at the NYSDOH. In her role as Director, she was responsible for the oversight of the NYSDOH Nurse Aide Training Program.

 


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