Thursday, October 11, 2018 at Online Event via Go To Webinar
Starts at 2:00 PM · Ends at 3:00 PM, EDT (America/New_York)
October 11th @ 2:00 PM ET
Nursing programs purpose themselves to be accountable to communities of interest—to include the nursing profession, consumers, employers, peer institutions of higher education, students and their families. CCNE accreditation validates the success a nursing program achieved related to mission, goals and outcomes. As nursing faculty and administrators, we have to be able to nimbly understand and communicate our program outcomes based on data we collected and analyzed—we need agility to draw conclusions as to what our communities of interest value and what makes our program unique and effective in fulfilling our mission. Join this webinar to learn how to use internal and external data sources to provide evidence of programmatic assessment plan effectiveness. The speaker will address ways to effectively “tell your success stories” to CCNE site visitors and communities of interest through use of multiple data sources. The audience will be given examples of how relevant data sharing, sculpted to fit specific communities of interest, can optimize and leverage program outcomes.
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- Libba McMillan
Associate Professor of Nursing at Auburn UniversityLibba Reed McMillan is an Associate Professor at Auburn University School of Nursing in Auburn University, Alabama. She earned both BSN and PhD in Educational Psychology degrees from Auburn University, a Bachelor of Science from the University of Maryland in Business and Management; and a MSN from the University of Texas in Adult Health, Teaching, and Cardiovascular Clinical Specialist. Dr. McMillan has served as the Evaluation Chair at Auburn University School of Nursing since 2011. Dr. McMillan’s expertise includes program evaluation at the University and nursing program level and has delivered presentations at professional multidisciplinary conferences on topics related to accreditation standards, student learning assessment, and communicating data-driven program outcomes. She also brings diverse nursing patient care practice experience and expertise across the lifespan-- including critical care, junior-senior high school nursing, maternal-child, cardiovascular rehabilitation, medical-surgical, training and development, care of veterans and wounded warriors, and emergency nursing. McMillan serves in the role of leader for Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) site-visits and as a site-visit team member for the Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH).
Online Event via Go To Webinar