Proposal Title

Promoting Success of Students Through the Clinical Leader Role

Location

Hamilton A

Proposal Track

Practice Report

Session Format

Symposium

Abstract

Mission

The utilization of a Clinical Leader Role in the Executive Track is an academic innovation in graduate nursing. By enabling students and opportunity to attend webinars with faculty before and after assignments, they become empowered to be knowledgeable of their assignments and course content.

Our Purpose

As our students progress through the Executive Track, they are prepared for a wide range of scenarios specific to nurse executive leaders in healthcare. These experiences offer exposure to real-life situations which they may not have had previous exposure. By offering webinars with the course faculty at designated weeks within the course, the students have an opportunity to meet with the students and help ensure their success through real-time dialogue with course faculty.

Five Key Organizational Strategies for 2014-2018; Applicable Specifically to the Executive Track and Clinical Leader (CL) Role

1. Lead transformation in nursing education:

Some ways in which the CL Role implements this strategy:

  • · InInvest in non-traditional, innovative teaching methodologies, pedagogies and programs such as webinars before and after assignments that engage students and prepare them for future practice
  • · Crcreate opportunities for scholarship and thought leadership among faculty and staff; increase faculty, staff, student and alumni involvement and leadership in professional associations; and pursue partnerships that advance Chamberlain’s reputation and strategies

2. Achieve superior academic outcomes:

Some ways the CL Role implements this strategy:

  • · IAImprove and update curricula consistent with the evolving science of nursing education based upon student and faculty feedback
  • · InInvest in enhancing faculty performance to improve instructional performance, new faculty preparedness, and scholarly contributions

3. Build Chamberlain Care as a key differentiator:

Some ways the CL Role implements this strategy:

  • · A Achieve culture of service and caring (via the student peer participation and dedication of faculty with this CL Role initiative)

4. Grow enrollments by expanding campuses and online programs:

Some ways the CL Role implements this strategy:

Additional staff have been added to help support faculty and students within SL.

5. Develop best-in-class team:

Some ways the CL Role implements this strategy:

Faculty who are the CL Role are provided an extensive orientation. Support for faculty mentors and Subject Matter Experts (SME) is ongoing.

Keywords

Clinical Leader; Executive Trace; Student Support and Success

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Promoting Success of Students Through the Clinical Leader Role

Hamilton A

Mission

The utilization of a Clinical Leader Role in the Executive Track is an academic innovation in graduate nursing. By enabling students and opportunity to attend webinars with faculty before and after assignments, they become empowered to be knowledgeable of their assignments and course content.

Our Purpose

As our students progress through the Executive Track, they are prepared for a wide range of scenarios specific to nurse executive leaders in healthcare. These experiences offer exposure to real-life situations which they may not have had previous exposure. By offering webinars with the course faculty at designated weeks within the course, the students have an opportunity to meet with the students and help ensure their success through real-time dialogue with course faculty.

Five Key Organizational Strategies for 2014-2018; Applicable Specifically to the Executive Track and Clinical Leader (CL) Role

1. Lead transformation in nursing education:

Some ways in which the CL Role implements this strategy:

  • · InInvest in non-traditional, innovative teaching methodologies, pedagogies and programs such as webinars before and after assignments that engage students and prepare them for future practice
  • · Crcreate opportunities for scholarship and thought leadership among faculty and staff; increase faculty, staff, student and alumni involvement and leadership in professional associations; and pursue partnerships that advance Chamberlain’s reputation and strategies

2. Achieve superior academic outcomes:

Some ways the CL Role implements this strategy:

  • · IAImprove and update curricula consistent with the evolving science of nursing education based upon student and faculty feedback
  • · InInvest in enhancing faculty performance to improve instructional performance, new faculty preparedness, and scholarly contributions

3. Build Chamberlain Care as a key differentiator:

Some ways the CL Role implements this strategy:

  • · A Achieve culture of service and caring (via the student peer participation and dedication of faculty with this CL Role initiative)

4. Grow enrollments by expanding campuses and online programs:

Some ways the CL Role implements this strategy:

Additional staff have been added to help support faculty and students within SL.

5. Develop best-in-class team:

Some ways the CL Role implements this strategy:

Faculty who are the CL Role are provided an extensive orientation. Support for faculty mentors and Subject Matter Experts (SME) is ongoing.