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This webinar presents the journey of a two community based hospital that refined preceptor development and strengthened preceptor preparation by leveraging evaluative feedback from new graduates. Learn how educators from the academic and practice settings improved transition to practice issues that gave new graduates the increased confidence they need in the clinical setting.
Webinar participants will be able to:
- Describe what new graduates are looking for in their first transition experience
- Discuss helpful behaviors of preceptors
- Describe the activities and behaviors that hinder new graduate development
Presenters (See full speaker bios here):
Elizabeth Campbell, MSN, RN and Thomas Gunning, MSN, RN
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Elizabeth Campbell, MSN, RN:
Elizabeth Campbell, MSN, RN is a Nursing Faculty member at Lawrence Memorial Regis College Nursing Program, and coordinates the Nursing Labs, Clinical Placements and the RN to BSN track for ASN students. She is an Adjunct Faculty at Regis College and at Chamberlain College of Nursing in their RN to BSN online program.
Ms. Campbell holds a BSN from St. Anselm College, an MSN from Boston University and a post-Masters study completion in Forensic Nursing. She has twenty-five years of experience in Nursing Leadership positions, including inpatient unit management and Staff Development Director in community based hospital settings.
She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau, Association of Nursing Professional Development, New England Organization of Nurse Educators, and the National League for Nursing.
Thomas Gunning, MSN, RN:
Tom Gunning is currently Patient Care Director for Adult Psychiatry for Hallmark Health System. He is Co-Facilitator of Hallmark Health’s New Graduate Council. Prior to his current role Tom served as a Clinical Educator specializing in providing clinical orientation to newly licensed RNs as they transition into practice, and as a Clinical Practice Leader and preceptor on a Medical/Surgical unit. During this time, he became involved in the development and implementation of the DEU pilot project as a Clinical Teacher as well as assisting in staff education and unit preparation. Tom is also an adjunct faculty member at Lawrence Memorial/Regis College Nursing Program providing clinical education in Nursing Fundamentals and Mental Health Nursing. Tom holds a BSN from the University of Massachusetts/Boston and is currently enrolled at Chamberlain College of Nursing pursuing a Master’s degree in Nursing Education.