TEACHING THAT PROVIDES…
Educational Best-Practice Strategies to Better Prepare Students for Practice and Licensure
Learn how to eliminate infobesity in your content and make learning active to develop the clinical judgment students require for safe practice
Did you know that…
Most Graduate Nurses Do Not Possess Adequate Clinical Judgment
Despite passing the NCLEX®, the majority of graduate nurses (77%) according to a recent study did not possess expected levels of clinical judgment to be safe in practice.
The current academic-practice gap can be bridged when educators change the way nursing is taught!
So…What is Prepare for Practice 2020?
Annual access to teaching that is set up like an online conference to empower any educator
to transform your program & teach clinical judgment
Benefits to educators:
- increased clarity to eliminate infobesity and put content on a diet
- confidently implement active learning that brings clinical to class
- get students engaged and partners in learning
- develop/practice clinical decision-making that translates to NCLEX® success (including NextGen!)
- PLUS…NO firehose of information. Get 12 months of access to digest crucial content!
7.5 CE contact hours for the keynote sessions!
I’m KEITH RISCHER, RN, MA, CEN, CCRN, creator of KeithRN. For the last eight years, I’ve been helping educators implement educational best-practice strategies presenting at conferences and workshops across the country.
I struggled as a new nurse educator. I lectured with dozens of slides and failed to engage my students. I tried different strategies but none of it worked. I was discouraged, overwhelmed and was quickly losing my passion for teaching.
Then I discovered the “secret sauce” to change the way nursing needs to be taught when I read Educating Nurses: A Call for Radical Transformation by lead author/researcher Patricia Benner.
I implemented these best-practice strategies in my content and got my students engaged and willing participants in active learning and thinking more like a nurse.
I can help you achieve the same results.
I created this online conference because…
The gap between how nursing is taught and experienced in real-world practice is widening which leads to poor decision making by new grads that results in adverse outcomes including patient death.
Nurse educators in academic and practice settings are looking for specific guidance to shrink this gap so new nurses are safe and transition successfully to clinical practice, and be successful on the NCLEX®.
Finally, many educators are unable to attend conferences due to cost, and scheduling conflicts.
This unique membership breaks down those barriers so every educator can access teaching to transform how nursing is taught.
Who is this online teaching conference for?
This online conference that provides 12 months of access is unique because it emphasizes the importance of bridging the current academic practice gap with practical strategies to better prepare students for practice, not just licensure.
Therefore, this conference is relevant to:
Academic nurse educators
who teach in practical/technical, and associate/undergraduate nursing programs.
responsible for nurse residency programs and onboarding new nurses.
Practice based educators
in any setting responsible for onboarding and mentoring new nurses.
But don’t just take my word for it…
Nurse Educators Who Got RESULTS
My students and I love your tools!
“I used Keith’s framework of teaching clinical reasoning instead of our traditional care plan. Great success! The students loved it, I loved it, and they report feeling much better prepared for patient care.”
–Rob Morris, RN, MSN
“I can say that the case studies that Keith designed work. The students are engaged in class, and the second-year students who had Keith last year continue to talk about them.”
–Michelle Natrop, RN, MSN
Faculty eager to implement Keith’s strategies!
“After attending Keith’s Prepare for Practice presentation, our faculty are eager to implement his clinical reasoning strategies to strengthen student learning!”
Helped my students think like a nurse!
“I use your framework of clinical reasoning questions in clinical each week because it helps my students get a clearer picture of the patient and helps them make connections and put all of the pieces together.”
–Amber Gentry, MSN, RN
What You’re Getting
Teaching to take at your own pace over 12 months of access that takes you through ALL the steps you need to develop the clinical judgment required for safe practice and licensure
Keynote Day #1 content includes:
Keynote session #1: Transform the EDUCATOR
To prepare students for practice, the nurse educator holds the key and needs to pursue excellence, overcome fears, and change the way they think about nursing education.
Keynote session #2: Transform the CONTENT
“Infobesity” and a content-saturated curriculum hinders student learning. Practical guidelines to emphasize deep knowledge of what is most important are emphasized.
Keynote session #3: Transform the CLASSROOM
Thinking like a nurse must be practiced in order to be perfected. Learn how to bring clinical to class with meaningful active learning that emphasizes clinical reasoning!
Keynote session #4: Transform the CLINICAL
This session shows how to maximize clinical learning and integrate clinical reasoning so student learning is strengthened and nurse thinking is developed.
Keynote session #5: Transform the PROFESSION
This session emphasizes helping students see the value of serving and caring for others and how to hold themselves to the highest standards of civility and behavior as a professional nurse.
PLUS TWO Additional Breakout Sessions Added Monthly
CE contact hours for each breakout session accredited by ANCC
Here’s what’s coming in 2020!
- January: Set up your students for academic success/Helping students to act like a professional
- February: Teaching clinical judgment/Preparing for NextGen NCLEX®
- Coming in March: Steps to eliminate infobesity/Use the science of learning to strengthen learning
- Coming in April: Get students to come to class prepared/Stop spoonfeeding adult learners
- Coming in May: Why caring influences clinical judgment/Strategies to evaluate clinical performance
- Coming in June: Preventing failure to rescue/Empower students to confront bullying in practice
Start Transforming the Way You Teach…
Do You Need TEACHING, TOOLS or BOTH?
TWO Memberships to Develop Clinical Judgment
Choose Monthly or Annual Pricing
PLUS…GET EXCLUSIVE ACCESS TO OUR
PRIVATE NETWORKING FACEBOOK COMMUNITY
Receive the support, inspiration, and motivation you need to implement needed change
PLUS…Like any conference you attend, get the chance to connect with Keith
- In addition to other educators, Keith will also be inside to personally respond to your questions.
- Keith will also conduct monthly live Q&A inside the Facebook group to help you be successful as you implement needed change.
I look forward to seeing you inside!
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How is this membership different than Keith’s all-inclusive membership “Think Like a Nurse”?
A: Most new educators do not receive adequate training to be successful in this new and challenging role. This membership focuses on the TEACHING that any nurse educator needs to better prepare students for clinical practice and licensure by implementing educational best practices that include implementing active learning to contextualize content to practice.
Keith’s other membership, Think Like a Nurse, emphasizes the TOOLS to quickly implement active learning and develop clinical judgment in the clinical setting. The educator must first be empowered by teaching to use the tools successfully. These memberships though separate, complement each other and can be bundled together for a significant discount for both individual and departmental access.
CLICK THIS LINK to learn more.
Q: Who will benefit from this membership?
A: If you are a new full-time educator or part-time clinical adjunct, this membership site is perfect for you. It will provide essential teaching that will lay a solid foundation to help you successfully transition to your new role. Experienced educators who recognize the need to do things differently have also found this content helpful and appreciate the time-saving tools that can be easily accessed at the click of a button!
Q: How often will you be adding additional webinars?
A: Two new webinars will be added each month on relevant topics that focus on faculty development, teaching clinical judgment in the class and clinical settings, and “hot topics” such as student incivility and addressing infobesity in the content/curriculum. This means that the membership grows in value the longer you subscribe!
Q: How is this membership different than NurseTim’s webinar subscription for nurse educators?
A: The webinars are shorter averaging 20-30 minutes so they can be easily viewed in one sitting and/or presented in a staff meeting to encourage departmental dialogue. The webinar presentations include video of the presenter and are not a voiceover PowerPoint. Most webinars include bonus time-saving tools and supplemental resources so that educational best-practices presented can easily be made actionable.
Q: What if this membership doesn’t meet my needs?
A: No problem. I offer a full 30-day money-back guarantee.
Q: How do I obtain a refund?
A: Send an email to keithrn.com/contact, and I will promptly refund your purchase.
Q: What if I have a question or need support?
A: Send an email to Membership Support detailing your concern and my attentive webmaster will promptly and personally assist you 🙂