Webinars are now offered FREE to current NACNS members.
|Date||Topic & Speaker||Registration|
|August 22, 2022 at|
1:30 PM ET
|Social Media Tips|
Faye Inumerables, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, OCN, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Tina M. Mason, PhD, APRN, AOCN®, AOCNS®, FCNS, Moffitt Cancer Center
1. List three do’s and don’ts for creating and using a professional social media account
2. Discuss various NACNS social media accounts and NACNS hashtags
3. Discuss two examples of professional postings to enhance one’s social media presence
|September 1, 2022 at|
12:00 PM ET
|Unstoppable Advocacy: An Interactive Discussion to Kick off CNS Week 2022|
NACNS President Phyllis Whitehead, PhD, APRN/CNS, ACHPN, PMGT-BC, FNAP, FAAN
President Phyllis Whitehead will cover the following:
• How CNSs can advocate for themselves and others
• CNS position in healthcare & how to register for your NPI
• National CNS programs and how you can get involved
• NACNS successes in 2022
• What is to come for the CNS and NACNS looking forward
NACNS and NSNA Partner on Webinar Series
NACNS and the National Student Nurses Association is pleased to offer a series of free webinars designed to help nursing students and nurses young in their career make the most of their profession and future career choices.
The first webinar, Learning About the CNS Role, was held on February 20. NACNS 2018-2019 President-Elect Anne Hysong, MSN, APRN, CCNS, ACNS-BC, discussed the CNS role, including a day in the life of a CNS. Listen to the archived webinar online.
The second webinar, How to Get the Most Out of Clinical Orientation, was held on April 25. It featured the 2018 NACNS Preceptor of the Year, Wayne Quashie, MSN, CNS, ACNS-BC, AOCNS.
Quashie has worked in Neuro-oncology for 19 years at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Among other things, he serves as a preceptor to CNS students, CNS faculty and nursing staff. He mentors staff on hospital wide projects, creation of policies and procedures, evidence based practice (EBP) changes and professional and personal endeavors. He has collaborated with colleagues on the development and implementation of various unit and hospital wide education. He is certified as an Adult Clinical Nurse Specialist and as an Advanced Oncology Clinical Nurse Specialist. Quashie is currently pursuing his Doctorate in Nursing Education at Teachers College, Columbia University in New York City.
Listen to the recording here.
Developing Your Skills as a CNS Preceptor
Don’t miss this online self-study course designed by a team of CNS and education experts from NACNS and the Indiana University School of Nursing. This course aims to guide new and experienced preceptors in developing the skills they need to be effective in planning, implementing, and evaluating student experiences across a variety of settings. Those who complete the course will receive 4.0 continuing nursing education contact hours, and will be given access to content and tools that they can directly apply and use with students in their setting.