Alumni

Nursing Webinars

Strategies for Nursing Resilience Amid a Pandemic

Monday, May 9
Noon - 1 p.m. EST

Join UC Faculty members Dr. Sue Brammer and Dr. Lee Tyson for a free webinar during Nurses Week as they discuss different strategies for nursing resilience amid a pandemic.

Lee Tyson Headshot

Dr. Tyson is an Advanced Practice Nurse holding dual doctorates in psychiatric-mental health nursing practice and theology/spiritual formation. He is triple boarded in psychiatry, adult primary care, and additions. He is also a Fellow in the International Academy of Addictions Nursing. He is also the founder, owner, and CEO of Lee Side Wellness, the largest privately held outpatient psychiatric practice in southwest Ohio, and one of the foremost NP-owned and operated practices in the nation.

Sue Brammer Headshot

Dr. Brammer has been a psychiatric-mental health nurse for over 40 years and has presented internationally on recovery and resilience. She is also a Charter Member of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association Recovery Council Steering Committee.

Objectives:

  • Describe at least two barriers to achieving resilience
  • Identify at least two characteristics of resilient nurses
  • Describe at least three strategies to promote resilience among nurses
  • Define nursing resilience and explain the benefit this brings to nurses and their patients

An application has been submitted for continuing education contact hours for nurses. Please contact the UC College of Nursing, to obtain information regarding approval status.


Nurse Leadership Webinar

Monday, May 9
5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. EST

Join UC Faculty Dr. Richard Prior and Dr. Joan Sevy Majers for a free webinar during Nurses Week as they discuss nurse leadership.

Dr. Sevy Majers has been a nurse educator for 6 years and involved in planning continuing education for registered nurses for over 35 years in nursing service. Dr. Prior has been a nurse educator for 10 years and involved in planning continuing education for registered nurses for nearly 20 years.


Objectives:

  • Describe the differences between leadership and management
  • Discuss why leadership is important in nursing
  • Discuss the current challenges of leading in healthcare
  • Describe the competencies required for the nurse leader


An application has been submitted for continuing education contact hours for nurses. Please contact the UC College of Nursing, to obtain information regarding approval status.


Ending the HIV Epidemic: The Key Role of Nurses in Achieving Success

Tuesday, May 10
Noon - 1 p.m. EST

Join UC Alumni Dr. Jan Stockton for a free webinar during Nurses Week as she discusses ending the HIV epidemic.

Jan Stockton Headshot

Dr. Stockton is certified as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Adult Health Nursing by the American Nurses Credentialing Center and as an Advanced AIDS Certified RN by the HIV/AIDS Nursing Certification Board. She also has clinical experience in HIV home care/hospice, clinical trials, ambulatory care, and HIV PrEP in addition to giving multiple presentations and publications on HIV prevention, treatment, and care.

Objectives:

  • Review the current HIV landscape in the US and the national plan to End the HIV Epidemic (EHE)
  • Describe the relationship that exists between STIs and risk of HIV acquisition
  • Discuss the importance of sexual history and comprehensive STI screening in HIV prevention
  • Identify an evidence-based approach to implementing PrEP in a primary care or community health setting

An application has been submitted for continuing education contact hours for nurses. Please contact the UC College of Nursing, to obtain information regarding approval status.


Chemotherapy Safety Among Oncology Nurses

Wednesday, May 11
Noon - 1 p.m. EST

Dania M. Abu-Alhaija Headshot

Join UC Post-Doctoral Fellow and Adjunct Instructor Dania M. Abu-Alhaija for a free webinar during Nurses Week as she discusses chemotherapy safety for oncology nurses. Dania is conducting research in occupational health nursing at the College of Nursing. Dania’s doctoral dissertation research focused on chemotherapy exposure among oncology nurses.

Objectives:

  • Recognize the risks associated with occupational exposure to chemotherapy
  • Identify strategies to prevent chemotherapy exposure
  • Recognize the factors that influence chemotherapy exposure among oncology nurses and strategies to address these factors

An application has been submitted for continuing education contact hours for nurses. Please contact the UC College of Nursing, to obtain information regarding approval status.


Headshot of Gage Woolley, CAHS '15

Gage Woolley, CAHS '15

Program Director of Alumni & Donor Experience, College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services, College of Nursing

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