Date: November 19, 2012
Time: 11:00 am -12:00 pm (ET)
This webinar will present the history, benefit and challenges of academic-practice partnerships in nursing. The AACN-AONE Task Force on Academic-Practice partnerships developed a toolkit to help academic and practice organizations develop and enhance their existing partnerships. The focus is on enhancing nursing practice and education to foster nursing’s role in improving the health of the public.
Linda Q. Everett, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN
Dr. Linda Q. Everett provides leadership to Nursing & Patient Care team members at Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital, Indiana University Health University Hospital and Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health, where she is responsible for staff across many disciplines and specialty areas of care delivery. She lends strategic planning and workforce development support to the IU Health executive team, and she serves as associate dean for clinical affairs at the Indiana University School of Nursing. She is the current president of the board of directors for the Indiana Center for Nursing. Dr. Everett’s professional activities include serving as a Magnet hospital appraiser for the American Nurses Credentialing Center from 2003 to 2006. She also has held numerous leadership roles for Sigma Theta Tau International, the Honor Society for Nursing, including international treasurer and board member for the foundation, international chair for the Pillar of Leadership Award judging committee and the international policy task force.
Susan M. Swider, PhD, RN, APHN-BC
Susan Swider is currently a Professor in the College of Nursing at the Rush University Medical Center, an academic health sciences center in Chicago. Prior to joining Rush University, Dr. Swider served on the faculty of the School of Nursing at St. Xavier University and in the College of Nursing of the University of Illinois. Prior to her faculty appointments, Dr. Swider practiced nursing in acute care and home health care settings. Over the past twenty years, her research has focused on program development and evaluation of community health workers, and on engaging urban communities in health promotion. Dr. Swider holds a B.S. in Nursing from De Paul University, an M.S. in Public Health Nursing and a Ph.D. in Nursing Science from the University of Illinois.
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