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Date: september 24, 2013
Time: 2:00 - 3:00 Pm (ET)


Webinar Overview

This web conference is designed to present promising practices and proven successful strategies that nursing faculty may use to encourage and support their students’ early entry into doctoral programs. By early identification and academic guidance and mentoring, promising students may choose to pursue doctoral study early in their careers.

Webinar SpeakerS

Carolina Huerta, EdD, RN, FAAN
NAC Chair

Dr. González-Huerta, a graduate of Texas A&M University, is currently chair and professor of the Nursing Department at The University of Texas Pan American in
Edinburg, Texas. She is the 2008 recipient of the American Nurses Association Mary Mahoney Award. Dr. González-Huerta has received HRSA scholarship awards for educational and economically disadvantaged students. She has served as a grants reviewer for the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Nursing Innovative Grants Project; AACN Master’s Conference Abstract Reviewer; AACN Johnson & Johnson Minority Scholarship Reviewer 2007, AACN Board of Directors 2007-2008; and Robert Woods Johnson Foundation, Anderson Rural Health Project 1998.

Teri Murray, PhD, RN, FAAN

Dr. Murray is a graduate of Saint Louis University where she is currently the dean of the School of Nursing.  She is a Robert Wood Johnson Executive Nurse Fellow alumna.   Her Robert Wood Johnson Leadership project focused on Transforming Baccalaureate Nursing Education through Inter-professional and Inter-institutional Partnerships and Identifying Innovative Partnerships in Clinical Education. Dr. Murray’s work continues to focus on the influence of the various educational pedagogies used in clinical education to promote student learning; facilitate transition to the practice arena; and provide safe, patient-centered, evidence-base care, such that the health status of individuals, families, communities, and populations is improved and enhanced. Dr. Murray has been the recipient of many grants and served as a grant reviewer for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, Bureau of Health Professions, Division of Nursing.  Dr. Murray has presented nationally and authored or co-authored numerous publications, including a paper in the landmark report, The future of nursing, leading change, advancing health. She is a reviewer for several refereed nursing journals and serves on the editorial board for the Journal of Nursing Education.

Webinar Recording

AACN Member Faculty Recording

NOTE: If you are a member of the AACN Collaboration Community, use the AACN Member Recording link to view this webinar. Please contact Anna Kathryn, Faculty Programs Coordinator, at apierce@aacn.nche.edu for to the community.

Registration for Non-Member Recording


Support for this Webinar was provided by a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation