Professional Nurse Educators Group List-Serv

Through INACSL.Org, I learned about another great email list-serv for nurses called the Professional Nurse Educators Group List-Serv.

What is the PNEG?

“The Professional Nurse Educator Group (PNEG) is a virtual network of educators from all over the United States that are dedicated the lifelong learning of professional nurses.  This network is open to all educators in the field.  While there is no formal process to join, membership list or dues, we welcome those interested in network participation to come to the special PNEG networking session at the annual PNEG Conference to participate in discussions and future conference planning.  The network includes faculty from nursing schools, continuing nursing education professionals, entrepreneurs and nursing staff development professionals interested in being part of the network.  Discussions also occur on our listserv and in the PNEG LinkedIn group (now with >2000 members).”

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PNEG is celebrating 40 years of their annual conference next October 17th-20th in Westin Kansas City, Missouri.  At the completion of the PNEG conference participants should be able to:

  • Discuss critical issues and concerns facing professional nursing education and development.
  • Explore how those in education and practice can successfully sustain competent learners and practitioners.
  • Develop practical strategies for effectively managing the challenges encountered in the work environment.
  • Network with colleagues in academic, staff development and continuing education roles.

Meeting with other Nurse Educators will help us learn how others are integrating medical simulation into program curriculum! Abstracts can be submitted until April 1st, 2013 – so check out PNEG today!

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  • Kathleen Tardy
    December 15, 2016 at 10:14 am

    I am trying to find information on how to measure “acuity” within my Department of Education, to demonstrate education demands versus education staff. Does anyone have any recommendations on where to search? Thank you so much!

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