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January 8, 2018

Versant-Client Collaboration at a National Nursing Conference

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This past July, Versant partnered with client organizations at the Association for Nurses Professional Development (ANPD) Annual Convention in New Orleans, LA.  Presentations included addressing the challenges and sharing the successes of implementing Versant transition to practice programs.

Tammy Franqueiro. MSN, RN-BC (Versant), Debbie Brown, BSN, CNRN, CCRN Alumnus (Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth) and Michelle King, MSN, RN-BC (Texas Health Resources Residency Coordinator) presented a concurrent session, Transforming the Workforce: From Individual to Collective Competence.

Jean Shinners, PhD, RN-BC (Versant Center for the Advancement of Nursing) and Trisha Wackler, MSN, MHA, RN (Director Clinical Education Premier Health Dayton, OH) presented the student nurse capstone program at Premier Health with their poster Transforming Practice Transition with an Academic-Practice Partnership.

Other Versant clients shared their knowledge and success at the conference. This included Jessica Klaristenfeld, MSN, RN-BC and Cindy Rowlett, MSN, RN-BC (Children’s Hospital Los Angeles), with a podium presentation: Not Just for Nursing: Interprofessional Competency Validation Transformed (Ambulatory), and Earika Harris, MSN-ED, RN, CMSRN and Leanne Perry, MSN, RN-BC, RNC-MNN (Texas Health Resources) also at the podium with Transforming the Process for Preceptor Documentation of Competency Validations.

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