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Internal Webinars

Documenting the Impact of Your Scholarship

Event Details:

This webinar is designed to help faculty members applying for promotion and tenure to make the case for excellence in scholarship using citation analysis, journal metrics, and other methods. Newer faculty who are just starting to publish can also benefit by using these tools to develop effective publishing strategies. Throughout the presentation, participants will have opportunities to engage with the presenters and ask questions. The webinar will conclude with a discussion about using scholarship data in the promotion and tenure process led by University Promotion and Tenure Committee members Dr. Matt Drake and Dr. Regina Harbourne.

Towards the end of the semester, we will send three pre-workshop activities that should take approximately 30 minutes to complete. The activities are optional but we believe you will get more of out of the workshop if you complete them!

Submitted by Melissa Kalarchian


External Webinars

Clinical Judgment: Making the Connections with Davis Advantage for Medical-Surgical Nursing

Event Details:

  • April 28 at 2 p.m. ET
  • F.A. Davis webinar

Join this free webinar, as Janice Hoffman and Nancy Sullivan, authors of Medical-Surgical Nursing: Making Connections to Practice, 2nd Edition, discuss the NCSBN’s Clinical Judgment Model, and how the approach and pedagogy of their book supports these concepts to facilitate clinical judgment and decision making. They’ll also discuss how Davis Advantage (which comes FREE with the text) works with the book to deliver an engaging experience that reinforces the learning and application of key concepts to build clinical judgment, including the NEW Clinical Judgment component that will be added into Davis Advantage this May. 

Submitted by Jeannine Demblowski