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1 'th annual senses _.:>OUtn Eastern Nursing Staff Education Symposium Announcing the Annual South Eastern i-ng (SENSES), where we feature three educatio Nurse Educator, and Ntlrsing Facu.lty. This great opportunitles for participants to network with new ones from all over the COWttry. wondetfid topics to choosefrom, we've allotted plenty with our exhlhitors, view Ctltting-edge poster presentations education, and shop-shop-shop! Credit 'Earn up to 10.0 contact hours. CNE will be awarded by session. Southern Regiona[ AHEC is an Approved Provider ofcontimling education by the North Carolina Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Ntlrses Credentiating Center's Commission on Accreditation. Disclosures for any cotiflict of interest, if any, providedfor each speaker.

2 NovembeT3 5:30 -nopm EarlyRegistration (pick up packets/totes at hote! corif'erence center) Friday. November 4 7:oo-8:ooam Regi.st:ra:fum &C<?tfeewith Exhibitors 8:oo-9:1sam PlenarySession: Wel.come & Keynote SESSION 1 Soda!. Media In 1iealthca:re Education Michelte Leavitt. Prqject Strategy Director. NetLeaming. a part qfcengage learning. Clfton 'Park. NY Twitter, Faceboolt, YOtlTube. Social Media is growing by leaps and bounds, and whetherwe liie it or not, it's here to stay! Get ahead ofthe olrve with this session on what sodal media is; howfacilities like yours are tlsing it!fectively; and how YOtl can make it a SLlccesl[ part ofyour organization's education programs. 9:15-1O:ooam Break/Networkingwith Exhibitors 1O:00-11:ooam SESSlON 2. (Choose one track in each session.) Novice OnlyYou. Can. PreventDeath 'By PowerPoint T!"!0' Ferro. MSN. EN. CNS. S4ffEducator, N!edieal Once Upon a TDnem That's How All Sim:ula±ion Centers Begin! changingstudent Demographics: ls There a Correla.fum. To Changes In Civility1n NUTSing University Q,f'Sollth Carolina. Charleston. SC Allison Abernathy, 1vb"N, R,\1. AssistantDirector, Education? This session will summarize many popular ideas on The Centerfor LfelQng Learning, Cleveland Cotmty GrnferJ. Johnson MSN. RN. Nursing Program lnterim how to create/modify any slide set into asimply1.ed, Healtheare System, Shelby, NC Chair. ITT TechnicallnstiMe. West Palm Beach. FL 1nteresting presentation regardless ofthe sllbject Foctls on identifying the steps to take for Thls session provides an oppommityfornllrse matter. Get e.",=amples if"good" vs. "bad" slides and administrative approval ifasimulation center in Y01.lr educators to view the changes that have occurred in receivefree lnterne! resources anyone can use, starting hospital, recognlzing barriers and obstacles in the the sb.ldent population, and to recognlze the [05S of today! start up ofa new sim1.tlation center, and maximizing ctvility that has occurred simultaneously. Strategies the <: fectrve use Ofy01.lY new simulation centerfor all for improving civility in the classroom and clinical staffnotj1.ls! nllrses. environments wilt be 11:oo-11:1sam Break 11:1S-12:1sam SESS10N 3 Novice Don't Get MAD Get Glad Cathy CFox. TW, CEN, CPEN, ED StaffRN This session will discuss alternatives to moving away from annual skillsfair or edllcation day to a monthly MAD (M.andatory Annual Day). Learn how one department moved awayfrom a 3-5 day anmlal skills fair to a monthly annual day and improved staff sattsfoction, lowered departmental costs, and improved competence among their staff Staffcan naw plan aheadfor their MA.D day and insure they remain competent and COnUml to meet their mandatory requirements. De1rU:fingAfter Simulation: lessons Learned From an 1nterdisciplinary Clinical. Emergencies COUTSe Patricia Toth, MSN, RN, Professional Development Suedalist. Hospital ofthe University ofpennsvlvanla, Philadelphja, PA Tearns disc'.lss their thoughts andfears during the sim1.llation, haw they c01.tld have worked dif.ferently. Several scenarios are completed and debriifed throllghout the afternoon. Learn how to improve patient safety and outcomes through collaboration and increased confidence during a clinical emergency. whatworks? AWtnni:ngApproachTo CoUaboratively MeetingMagnet and 10MEduca.ti.onal Objectives. Dr. Cathy Franklin-Griffin. TW. CHPN, MAmct Faculty & Bettle Little, MSN. RN. Director Q,f'RN-BSN Option Program. both.from Winston-Salem State University. Winston-Salem, NC The results ofa proactive 2010 reviewfor the Winston Salem State University RN-BSN Option Program highlights the characteristics, preferred leaming styles, personality types, and preferred delivery methods for this population using a collaborative approach will be disc'.!ssed in this session. 12:1S-1:15Pm LunchtExhibits - Be SLlye to vi.sit our wondejjitl exhibitors and vendors

3 '1:15-Z:15pm SESSION 4 Frida.y continued.. Novice New Trends InHea1thca:re 'Ed:ucafum: Empowerment oj'nursing SAs a Factor 'Evaluation oj'student Nurse Sat E-learning, Blended l.ea:ming, and Gaming In Peifonna:nce In Hea1thca:re and Self CmifUlence During a Simulated MicheUe Leavitt Denise McN\\It;v, DP, M$N. RN-Be, ARNP Directcr Home Hea1thNursingVisit with Debra Ezzell. &N, MSN. Simulation Education Special This session provides an overview ofthree new educational strategies and delivery methods that have proven effective in healthcare settings with healthcare professionals, along with practical, real-world examples you can take back with you to quickly ntl1..ke use ofwhat you've learned. Leam how to help improve your approach to employee development. IlfNursing and Faculty Member The Witlough at Naples lind Edison State College. Naples, FL The presentation is evidence based and is derived.from a comprehensive review ofthe literahlre on nursing empowerment in the workplace. This session addresses the nurse's perception ofhislherpsychological empowerment and the impact this has on patient care and patient olltcomes, The presenterw[[l demonstrate how using professional development seminars for nurses can improve the nurse's perception ofhislher empowerment in the workplace. a standardizedpatient ist. LL"IC- WilmingtQn, Wilmington, NC The purpose ofthis session is to present thefindings of a research sh,dy designed to explore student satiifaction and selfcorifk/ence during asimulated home health 1'l1.lYSingvisit with a Standardized Patient in the home care setting. 2:15-Toopm Breakwith Exhibitors 3:oo-4:00pm SESSlON 5 Novice Positive Attitudes, Positive Ou.komes, Using S1mulation To lmprove Processes In the lnteracf:i:ve Teadting Strategies and the Get On the Bus Gus Hea1thcare Environment: 1t Can Be Done! Effect On 'Knowledge and Ou.toomes Cathy C Fox, Rl'l, (EN. (PEN 1\.larvE. Holtschneider. MFA. 8SN, 1<.N-8C. NRThIT-P, Rhonda D. Schleider. BSN. R.N'c(J'1. Nursing This session is designed to assist the ntlrse educator Nurse EducatQrlHealthcare Simulation Eel-(cator. U.S. Education Specialist, Mission Ho:witals, Asheville. NC with engaging hislher entire department to change Dttparlment ofveterans A.tfairs, Durham. NC Interactive teaching methods are widely used as a their negative energy into positive energy. Learn how Another l.lse for simlltation is riferred to as means to engage the student to enhance leaming, an ED turned a totoftheir "negative nellies" into "predictive" simu.lation, in which new processes are This project compares teaching methods to determine "positive bus riders". Gi.veyour mffthe tools they need to want to come to work everyday and make a yeal d!fference in people's ves. Come hear how riding the posltive energy bls can change yom life. tested to see how they really work rather than how we hope they will work. This session wdlfoclls on how to best achleve change management in the healthcare environment through simulation methodologies. Several examples and case shldies will be explored. effictweness ofinteractive teaching strategies. 4: pm Break 4:10-5:1opm SESS10N 6 Novice. Classes, PowerPoints, Oh My! Thea Eckman1vISN, &"I-BC. cern. St",ffEd\lcation Specialist, Christiana Care Health System., Newark, DE This presentation wilt lao!. at possible ways to provide the required education beyond and traditional classroom approaches. Topics covered include a review ofgenerational duferences, engaging staff!creating buy-in, and examples of dfferent presentation formats and resources. Rocking the BoatWith a New Compei:mcybased. Orientation(CBO) Leigh DangeVLelel, MSN, RN PCCN, Unit Educator & Kris Douglass. MS, RN, Nurse Educator, Clinical Education De:partment, both at the Medical University qfsouth Carolina. Charleston. SC Explore the process ofintroducing a new CBO at a 700 bed academic hospital-based instihltion. We will begin with the evaluation ofthe existing competency based orientation (CEO), and talk about the development and design ofa new, standardized CBOformat Goals, problems encotntered.facilitating change, staff edl(cation, and recommendations will be presented. Managing the student Precepted Fxperience Cathy Gag!:. MM. &N-Se Prqfessional Development Coordinator, line Ho:;:pIUIs. Chapel Hill. NC This presentation will address practical and logistical factors ofstudent clinical e.:>:periences, as weu as offer session attendees the opportunity to discllss goals of the precephng experience.from multiple and perhaps con.j1.lrling - view points. 5:10pm Adjourn.for the.da:y

4 Saturda;y. November 5 TOo-8:00am 8:oo-g:ooam SESSlON 7 Novice Brealfast &Poster Setup The Buck Starts Here!: ll'nplementmg an AWhole Bunch of'ways to TeachAcid-base The BurningPlaif'onn: Patient SafetyAcross Fffective Charge Nurse Professional and Fb.ud-electrolyes the NW'Slng Contburum. Development Program Donald D, Kautz phd, RN, CRRN, CNE, Associate lvlartha. BOl.ltinWhite, MBA, BSN, EN, SSE, Patient Bobbie Rhodes, MS, RN, Education ConSJ.!ltant. Prqfessor fnllrsing, linc-greensboro, Greensboro, Sfety Officer, Memorial UniversiQ! Medical Center, Greenville HoWital System liniversiq! 'Medical Center, NC Savannah, GA Greenville, SC Learn abollt the many d9ferent ways ofteaching Add By presenting patient safety through stories and Dllring the session, the presenter will share her Base Balance and Fluid & Electrolyte 1mbalances, This smtistics, then making it personal with alldience hospit",l system'sjourney in the implemenmtion ofa session includes posters, case shldies, test and retest, interaction, a bl<mingplaifonn is established. We ChRrge Nl.lrse Professional Development Progyam flow diagrams, one page table Sl.lmmaries, lo-minl.lte, will share techniques that introduce patient safety and the use ofthree levels ojevaluation, l.lsing the a50-minute lectltres, and short movies, throughollt the curriculum, so educators can be on Kirkpatrick Model <ifevall.lation, to determine the cutting edge ofsafety reform, effectiveness. 9:00-1 0:00am Bnak & Poster Presentations SESS10N 8 10:0Q-ll:00am S'ESSlON 9 Novice Meep, Meep, Gone!!! Games As al.eamingtoo Do ItMyWfrj: Teachhtg Communication Srenda lvl Whitlock, BSN, RN, 'MHA. Systems The W and Haws Methods To Multiple Generations Educator, Granville Health System, O;sford, NC Michelle Leavitt lviarthr Boutin White, MBA. BSN. RN. SSE This session will explore some ofthe reasons for high This session is where you will leam the science and Mentoring nurses to dearly communicate, coach each hl11'1overrates due to the possibility ofthe multi theory behind gaming as a learning tool, tipsfor other and provide quality patient care re [uires a tasking the preceptor and personal corifl,ict, Identify potentia! roadblocks to the success ofprecepting. hlming your existing content into games, and pointers on using two d1fferent sqftware too Is to actually create games, multifaceted comml.lnication plan.lnnovauye communication tools fill the chasm and promote incorporation ofthe message into everyday practices, This interactive session concentrates on giving and receiving the message intended, 11:15-12:15pm CtosingSessian &.Door Prizes SESS10N 10 Great Nlnslng Stajf ducators Create the Art, Science and Magic ofnwslng Donald D Kautz, PhD, RN, CERN, CNE Are you a "great" ntlrse edl.lcator? Don has educated nj.lrsesfor 30 years, and has worked with and known many great ntlrse educators, Yet, he also knows that no one can be a great nursing staffedtlcator au the time, 1n our quest to be recognized as caring, Magnet, safe, and accredited organizations, we must demonstrate that we are great. Don wit[ share his passion, delight, and wonderfor being a nllys ing steducator, But most imporlantly, he will illustrate the power ofart and science to create magic as a nurse educator, YOl.! witllaugh, nf.eet, be challenged and inspired; and leave with a sense ofawe and wonder, ready to take home the mostfrom this conference, fro'\ s Of HE'.<\l?!i Please note, the above sessions and speakers are subject to change 'without notice, Handouts will be posted online and details 'Will be rravided in your registration confirmation via emai, Embracing the Acnilt'lt'n'tel'\U 01 NursiF'lg ct """-'-"'I)owla",-J?"",,"_ SOOTHERN REGIONAL AHEC AREA HEALTH EDUCATION CENTER G! nn,

5 ",. Satwday, November 5 *Changing Stu.dentDemographics: ls There a Correlation to Changes in CivaUr. *DebrUifLng After Sim:ulation: lessons Lea:rn.ed From an lnterdiscipunary Cllniau /:,7 *WhatWorks? AWinning Approach to CoUahorafive!y Meeting Magnet and. 10M RN-BSN Option Program. in NC) -Dr. Cathy Franklin-GrYfln, RN, CHPN, & *Evalu.ation oj'stu.dent Nurse Sati.ifa.ctWn and Self During Ii ::itm.ujatect Patient -Debra Ezzell, RJ\I, MSN *lnterad:tve Teaching Strategies and. the Effect onknowledge and Outcomes *The lmpad: ofb!ended l..ea:ming onpreceptordevelopment -Cathy Gage MHA *Navigating Change: New Graduate NUTSe Orientation in IiHospital Flex Pool *Experientiallearni:ng:AMethod to FosterGndu.ate NUTSe'S Appreciation oj'the -Cara Thompson, MSN, RJ\I-BC, BC-ADM, CDE, UNC Chapel Hill, *Strlv1n.gjor FxceHence: APediatric Deparlment'sJourney Moore, BSN, RN, CPN, Bayh.eatth Medical Center, Dover, *Rocking the BoatWLth a New Competency Based Orientation(CBO) C).. C'5 8$.;p...Y5.!:"-I Hotellnformation Mention code SENSESfOT our special group includes cam:p!imentruy high-speed 1ntemet in sleep This hotel is conveniently located near Raleigh to/from the airport. Crabtree ValleyMall, at 4325 Glenwood Ave Rakigh, NC 27612, is considered one!fraleigh's hippes the world hit the Crabtree MaHfirst. And ifyou have time, The Shops of Cameron ViUage is home locauy owned shops; and the Triangle Town Center provides even more upscale P(an your strategy andfind stores, restau.rants, and coupons

6 " ;: BLADEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE DUBLIN, N.C CHECK NO.: COM. DESC. PO NUMBER ACCOUNT CODE INV. NO. 'DATE GROSS AMT. DISC. AMT. NET AMOUNT V REIM SENSE PAYEE SHOULD DETACH STUB AND DEPOSIT VOUCHER AT ONCE TOTAL: BLADEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE PAY Erin K. Hinson TO THE PO Box 254 ORDER 701 Fifth Street OF Bladenboro NC DUBLIN, NORTH CAROLINA STATE EXPENSE ACCOUNT CHECK NO.: '!;'M[ liu' FILE COpy Payable at pat State Treasurer through Fed"",' Raleigh, North Carolina Reserve System VOID AFTER 90 DA YS Bladen Community College 7418 Hwy 41 West Dublin, NC Erin K Hinson PO Box Fifth Street Bladenboro NC 28320

7 Under penalties of perjury, I certify this is a true and accurate statement C11 l[(z..t \Jo- 4(djJ) Frim'l8AA'417CC Page 1 Bladen CC A11:01 IN REQUEST FOR REIMBURSEMENT OF TRAVEL AND OTHER EXPENSES AND ALLOWANCES INCURRED IN THE DISCHARGE OF OFFICIAL DUTY - INCLUDING PER DIEM INSTRUCTIONS TO CLAIMANT: Prepare in two (2) copies. Attach all necessary receipts and other supporting documents to this form and submit the orillinal to your Budllet or Business Office. Retain one Payee's Name Erin Hinson Payee's Detatel Number Payee's Address PO Box 254 Bladenboro NC From Period covered by this voucher 11/ /5/2011 To Date 11/ of Allied Health Date of Out-of-State Travel Authorization 11 Date of Excess Allowance Auth. I have examined this reimbursement request and certify that it is just and jvf \1. L \, Date TRAVEL (Show Each City Visited) TRANSPORATION SUBSISTENCE OTHER EXPENSES From To (1 ) Mode Daily Private Car Mileage In-State Out-of-State (2) Type In-State Out-of-State Explanation Amount Dublin NC Raleigh NC P B 8.00 Registration A 0530a Y a a R H *."... ******* Total Raleigh NC Dublin P B 8.00 A L 1230p a p R H... ****** *******... ******* *.*** Total P - B A Depart Time a 0 Arrival Time R H... *.*** **... **** ******* **** Total p - B A L Depart Time a 0 Arrival Time R H... * **** *.*** Total $8.00 as $10.45 as / Total Trans. Total Trans. a - Other, rail or bus Dinner $17.90 IS $20.30 as R - Rental car Room $63.90 IS \,$75.60 as IS = In State OS= Out of State Print out only those sheets necessary (completed) L L Total Auth. SUb. - Total Auth. SUb. Continue additional items other pages as necessary. (Pages 2, & 3 are for additional travel records) I Total Other Exp. / No reimbursement will be honored if submitted after 90 days of the incurred expense. All reimbursements for the year must be submitted by June 19, 2012, or the reimbursement will not be honored. Budget Codes: Travel Code: n. l.l. 0. '( \ I 0. q II t:{7. 6l1-(. too 4021 Registration Code: Travel Code: Other Expenses Code: SubSistence Code: \l.l.lo.'\1 '3ltO c.to.1.f AC9:58 RCVD BCC Travel Form Page P12:07 RCVD

8 SOOTHERN REGIONAL AHEC AREA HEALTH EDUCATION CENTER VVORKSHOP RECEIPT EVENT TITLE 7th Annual SENSES [CASCE #33227] RECEIPT FOR Erin Hinson Bladen Community College Registration Number # Registration II) hinson1392 Registration Fee(s) $ Payment(s) Received $ Payment Date I Method [10/19/20112:48:00 PM] Brochure (USPS Mail) Registration Balance $ 0.00 CE Discipline Nursing JQ. f 00(Y'\ [Iit'l\ L f{\s. fcd((' ) fo{e6r r olt v-ec.e \ II J. \' (ei IfY\ V{sevPert1" SR-AHEC, 1601 Owen Drive, Fayetteville, NC ::D

9 ., COpy In-State Travel Request Form A11 : 06 I N ) Bladen Community College PO Box 266 Dublin, NC Date 09/20/11 Requesting Departmel Nursing Dates of Travel 11/04/11 11/05/11 Destination Ralei,9.h NC Name of Traveler(s)..:E;;.;ri.:.:.n..:.H.:;.;in.;.;:s:.:;o;.:..n -,... Datatel 10 # Purpose SENSES Nursing Conference/continuing education (must be specific) Travel Funds Budgeted: '$0.00 TRANSPORTATION: Previous Requests: '$0.00 Mode of Transportation Private Car q[ 'tr $0.555 $0.000 Private Car (by choice) $ q}r Initial if school Other (Air Fare, Parking, Etc.) vehicle is not available Initials Total Travel $ 29."60- Initial if private car will be driven by choice Initials Mileage Funds to be paid from: II. ) ' III 0 - I{O 2..1 '3 5 :3q (Code) 5'i. '-11 :::II SUBSISTENCE: Enter "X" if you are claiming expenses for meals and lodging. Lunches are reimbursable only when included in registration fee or if you stay ovemight. Enter a cost for the hotel charge in the box for the hotel. Note that the $65.90 is the state rate. Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Excess Approval Breakfast $ 8.00 X x x (For Hotel Only) Lunch $ X I 0.00 Dinner $ X I x = Supervisor's Hotel $ X I Initials Total $ Total Subsistence: $ IF leaving BEfORE 6:00 AM OR RElURNING AFTER 8:00 PM Meal(s) to be paid from: it JI7. 5""., 11"-0. Ol.13 (Exact departure/return times must be noted 00 Travel Reimbursement Form) Initie/s Lodging Funds to be paid from: (Code) ill-2e, <i7. 5"311i./-O. \f02.i3 (Code) OTHER EXPENSES: Registration Do not include meals. Tours and social Activities cannot be included. Brochures must be attached. fla-ttf:.e, (>')tt) l vv\t REGISTRATION DUE DATE: October rt.q i+ra.t() n{on,') " "'-tta.l3/i ttl S Oh'\ LVi,_ J; Cf. Ftrifes.-teY Registration Expenses to be paid from: It.l:Lo. 17 5'4(' Internet Approval SUperviSor's Others: Books, Materials, Intemet, etc. $ Other Expenses to be paid from: initials (Intemet must be approved prior to departure) (Code) Total Other Expenses: $ (Code) Total Estimated Expenses: $ :'7514(j rprepl' APPROVAL REQUIRED: (Division Chair) REQUEST FOR TRAVEL ADVANCE Travel Fund Balance: J t=r,/::;..)l (President must approve all travel) LfOI, 1> \ (Up to 100% of Air Fare & Registration but not to exceed 80% of total estimated expenses) I understand that any travel advance made by Bee is a loan and that I am personally responsible for all funds advanced to me or on my behalf. If atravel advance is obtained and the trip for which the advance is made Is not taken, I agree to repay the advance Immediately. I understand that I have up to 30 days following completio!l-he trip to repay, or substantlate the travel costs incurred by submitting a reimbursement form with required original receipts. I have examined this trav,e/ authorization request and agree to the terms and conditions. Approval: $ (';00 (Amount) (Date Required) 3 working days required to process request l J (Request is needed by Monday to process Thursday of the same week) \ Applicant Signature

10 P,rint Page 1 of 3 Sul:Uect: From: To: Date: Raleigh Marriott Crabtree Valley Reservation Confirmation # 'Marriott Hotels & Resorts Reservation' Wednesday. September 21, :18 PM Raleigh Marriott Crabtree Valley 4500 Marriott Drive, Raleigh, North Carolina USA Phone: Fax: Reservation for MISS TINA FORRESTER Confirmation Number: Check-in: Friday, November 4,2011 (03:00 PM) Check-out: Saturday, November 5,2011 (12:00 PM) View hotel website Modify or Cancel reservation Driving Directions Maps &Transportation Reservation Confirmation Dear MISS TINA FORRESTER, We are pleased to confirm your reservation with Marriott. Below is a summary of your booking and room information. We look forward to making your stay gratifying and memorable. When you're traveling away from home you can always count on 1'-1arriott. Raleigh Marriott Crabtree Valley Planning Your Trip See what's happening in Raleigh during your stay Check out some of Raleigh's top attractions Join Us, Help Save the Rainforest. Learn More and Donate Now Book with Hertz: Save up to 35% and Earn 500 Rewards Points Book Cars, Tours & More - get great rates on local tours and attractions Reservation Details Confirmation Number: Your hotel: Raleigh Marriott Crabtree Valley Check-in: Friday, November 4, 2011 (03:00 PM) Check-out: Saturday, November 5,2011 (12:00 PM) r\,,.,,., If''\r\''f.,

11 Print Page 2 of3 Room type: Guest room, 1 King or 2 Double Number of rooms: 1 Guests per room: 2 Guest name: TINA FORRESTER Reservation confirmed: Wednesday, September 21,2011 (18:18:00 Gt'1T) Guarantee method: Credit card guarantee, Visa Special request(s): 2 Double Beds, Guaranteed Summary of Room Charges Friday, November 4,2011. Saturday, November 5, 2Q11 ( 1 night) SENSES 6TH ANNUAL Cost per night per room (USD) Estimated government taxes and fees Total for stay (for all rooms) Complimentary on-site parking Changes in taxes or fees implemented aiter booking will affect the total room price. I 1(2- vi fi /,), '11 fla.tc y(f+e( You may modify or cancel your reservation online (see details below), or call in the US and Canada. Elsewhere, call our worldwide telephone numbers. New! Up to 6 Free Nights Earn 30,000 Bonus Points and 2 Free Night Stays - enough for up to 6 Free Nights - with the Marriott Rewards Credit Card, Reward yourself. Learn More Hotel Services & Amenities High-speed Internet in guest rooms Outdoor pool Business center Complimentary shuttle to select airports Fitness center on-site Indoor pool For a complete list of services and amenities, download the hotel fact sheet Travel Alerts Introducing the NEW, FREE tvlarrlott Mobile App. Download Today! Please Note: All fvlarriott hotels in the USA and Canada, are committed to a smoke-free polley. Learn more The Responsible Tourist and Traveler A practical guide to help you make your trip an enriching experience Look No Further You've received the best possible rate - guaranteed. Privacy, Authenticity and Opting Out Your privacy is important to us. Please visit our Privacy Statement for full details. This confirmation is an auto-generated message. Replies to automated messages are not monitored. Our Internet Customer Care team is available to assist you 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Contact Internet Customer Care, 1..

12 BLADEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE DUBLIN, N.C CHECK NO.: PAYEE SHOULD DETACH STUB AND DEPOSIT VOUCHER AT ONCE TOTAL: PAY TOTHE lrder OF Southern Regional Ahec Attn: Srahec Registration 1601 Owen Dr Fayetteville NC BLADEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE DUBLIN, NORTH CAROLINA STATE EXPENSE ACCOUNT S CHECK NO.: FILE COpy Payable at par State treasurer thmugh Fed.",1 Raleigh, North COmlina RMeIVe System VOID AFTER 90 OA YS COpy Bladen ' -... ' :... ': " ::.,....: ,,. Community College 7418 Hwy4l West Dublin, NC Southern Regional Ahec Attn: Srahec Registration 1601 Owen Dr Fayetteville NC 28304

13 B\ADEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE DUBLIN. N.C CHECK NO.: lln'[.ii.l4i PORY, I L... LI -L PAYEE SHOULD DETACH STUB AND DEPOSIT VOUCHER AT ONCE TOTAL: 'lsi I.!:;::_ PAY Tina H, Forrester TO THE PO Box 456 ORDER OF Bladenboro NC BLADEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE DUBLIN. NORTH CAROLINA STATE EXPENSE ACCOUNT CHECK NO.: FILE COpy Payable at par State Treasurer through Federal Raleigh. North Carolina Reserve System ----'1 I.II ;I. ""- _.J Bladen Community College 7418 Hwy 41 West Dublin, NC Tina H. Forrester PO Box 456 Bladenboro NC 28320

14 0-3S,'l'... In-State Travel Request Form Dublin, Requesting Department Bladen Community College PO Box 266 NC Practical Nursin.9, Dates oftravel j 10/28/10 10/30/10 Destination Pinehur NC Name of Traveler(s)...;Ti:.:;in:.::a:..F:,.:o:::.r.:..:re::;:s::.::te::..r Datatel ID # Purpose Faculty Development! South Eastern Nursing Staff Education Symposium (must be specific) Travel Funds Budgeted: $0.00 TRANSPORTATION: Previous Requests: $0.00 Mode of Transportation Private Car o $0.50,to.oo Private Car (by choice) $0.15 $19.28 Initial if school Other (Air Fare, Parking, Etc.) vehicle is not available Initials Initial if private car will be driven by choice Initials Mileage Funds to be paid from: (Code) SUBSISTENCE: Enter "X" if you are claiming expenses for meals and lodging. Lunches are reimbursable only when included in registration fee or if you stay overnight. Enter a cost for the hotel charge in the box for the hotel. Note that the $65.90 is the state rate. Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Excess Approval Breakfast $ 7.75 X X X (For Hotel Only) Lunch $ X X X Dinner $ X X X Supervisbr's Hotel $ X OO, Q Initials Total $ TotaiSubsistence: $ IF leaving BEFORE 6:00 AM OR RE1lJRNING AFTER 8:00 PM Meal(s) to be paid from: J/ , 53i/5V, '-It> ;;L/ (Exact departure/return times must be noted on Travel Reimbursement Form) Initials Lodging Funds to be paid from: (Code) II )'3/).Q1, 531 JL/ D. LjtJ.),/ (Code) OTHER EXPENSES: Registration Do not include meals. Tours and social Activities cannot be included. Brochures mustbe attached, /. / J.? h -1 r"j1 wd. REGISTRATION DUE DATI ###### _I, c>c)d 17 I, :J.;J J $ /{D)Jd.- Registration Expenses to be paid from: Internet Approval Supervisor's (Code) Tuition: Must attach brochure specifying tuition. (President must approve) $ 0.00 Tuition Expenses to be paid from: Others: Books, Materials, Internet, etc. $ 0.00 Other Expenses to be paid from: initials (Internet must be approved prior tc departure) (Code) (Code) Total Other Expenses: $ <---" Total Estimated Expenses: $ II"At(., Fp (({5f (' repared by: Travel Fund Balance: $ \J":Wi\D e3.g./g (President) U (President must approve all travel) (Up to 100% of Air Fare but not to exceed 80% of total estimated expenses) $ (Amount) (Date Required) 3 working days required to process request (Request is needed by Monday to process Thursday of the same week) Approval: JtiUJ.iftu Applicant Signature Supervisor Signature g14 ))0 0712()()9

15 sixth annual' sens South Eastern Nursina Staff Education Svmoosium \"';"i':k, i'>p' "me 'H"';'R; urst esort...',,' Pin.hllrst, NtitiliCar,olina... In affiliation with Duke University Medical Center.PEut of \he NCAHEC Program NNSD() national nursir staff development organltation. Dogwood Affiliate of

16 Thursday, October 28 5:00-7:00 pm Early Registration' (Pick up packets in otcbnferen,cc::.room) Friday, October 29 7:00-8:00 am Registration & Coffee ""vithexhibitors 8:00-9: 15 am 1?knary SessJl!: Wekome _Keynote Hidden Gem: Learning the Art of the unmeeting Pmny Morgan Overgaard, 13SN, RN, FAHCEP Adult Cystic Fibrosis Program Coordinator Pboenix Cbildren's Hospital, Phoenix, AZ This session is designed to allow participams (Q observe, parrtclpate in, and understand an unstructured session where the agenda and outcomes are really set by the participants. Panicipams will evaluate their own learning goals in arrending SENSES, actively network, and set an actionable commitment as a result of their learning. Participants who have experienced the unmeeting session in other conferences state that it helped solidify new relationships and set actionable commitmencs. Objective: Explain the workings of an unstructured "unmeeting." 9: 15-10:00 am Break with Exhibitors 10:00-11:00 am Academia: From Parts, to Pieces, to Patients, Oh My! The Evolution ofsimulation in an ADN Program KelliJ. Jones, lhsn, RN Nursing Faculty/Lah Coordinator Alison Knox, lwsn, RN Nursing Facult:l Simulation Coordinator Pitt Community Collegf.', Greenville, NC This session will discuss how Pitt Community College nursing faculty slowly integrated medium fidelity simulators in the class, lab and clinical coment, Objective: Identify one area in your curriculum to introduce simulation to your srudents, Novice: POOF! Now You Are an Educator! 1heaEckman, MSN, RN, Be, CCRN 5tt/jfDevelopment Spuialist Chri, tianll Care Healtl) Sym'm. Nt'wark, DE This presentation will provide tools for the novice educator that can be used to help ensure the best outcomes for the learner. Topics covered include: appraising a group's need for educarion; developing an educational program; integrating adult learning theories into the educational planning; and identifying different characteristics of learners and ways to help them to overcome barriers to learning. Objective: List the main steps in developing an educational plan that incorporates adult learning theory. Adyanced: Teaching for Competence Margaret 1'v1. Priddy, MPS, Jl.[SN, RN-BC Education Coordinator Cape Fear Vt/lley Heald) System, Fayetteville, NC This educational offering will ecplore the definition and domains of competence and how to plan and provide an activity that promotes competency attainment. Objective: Describe three domains of competence. 11 :00-11:15 am Break AGENDA 11:15-12:15 pm Academia: Level of Preparation and Expectations for Nurse Educators Carol Winters-Moorhead, MSN, PhD, APRN Frallces R. E4;$011, Ed.D, MSN, Rlv-BC, CNE, ANEF Professors at East Ctrolina University College ojnrming. GrwlIJille, IYC Are faculry prepared to teach'according to the NLN Core Competencies and what are the expecrations in the job market for teaching? The authors will share thefinding of a longitudinal srudy which explored how students and graduates of an online MSN program with a concentration in Nursing Education perceive the quality {heir edcational preparation. Objective: Explain the core competencies for nurse educators and describe the expectations of the nurse educator in the marketplace based on a selected sample. Novice: The Structure ofa Conference: No Bones About It Jane Stewart, BSN, RN-BC CNRN Elaine Marinelio, MSN, RlV-BC Cynthia Rice, BSN, RN, CPN Education Resource Spcdalists, W'a,/::ei'vhd Nursing Education Department, Raleigh,,VC This session will provide details about planning a conference from the needs assessment through the actual conference day. Participants will gain insight into the nuances of conference design as well as managing potential pitfalls. Topics will include starring OUt, vision and mission. budget, and putting it all together. Objective: Describe key components in conference design. AdYaDced: Effects of Anxiety Reducing Interventions on Perfonnance Anxiety in New Grads Georgita T. washington, PhD, Rlv-BC CCRN Director ofnursing Education lvlollntain State,' Health Alliance, Johnson Gty. TN Every new nursing graduate is challenged to successfully transition from student to professional nurse, The stress involved in that transition can manifest itself as performance an:'(iery. which occurs when someone is the focus of attention and fearful of interactions or of being humiliated or embarrassed. This session wi!!. describe the results of research designed to reduce performance anxiety. Objective: Discuss the concept of performance anxiery, 12:15-1:15 pm Lunch/ExhibitS 1:15-2:15 pm Academia: Stressors and Stress Reactions: A Comparison of Nursing Students at the Community College and the University During the First Year of the Nursing Program Amy Putnam, MSN, RN Ann Johnsol1, EdD, RN, CNE Nurse Educators, u::tstern Carolina University Sc/;ool ofnw'sing Cullowhee, NC This presentation will describe stressors and reactions to stressors comparing nursing students in their first year of study enrolled in a community college verses junior nursing students enrolled in a public university located in the rural south, Objective: Compare and contrasr stressots and stress reactions between nursing students enrolled in the associate's degree program and those enrolled in the bachelor's degree program,

17 Novice: A Novel Concept: Using Stories to Teach Amy G/e1m gn, MBA, MHA, RHEd, FAHCEP Exerotiz1e Director Southern NC Allied ff(a/th Reg-ional Sldlls Parmership Author, "Nursing NOllelltts" Discover how to transform any teaching endeavor into a learning experience that will not only educate and inform, but entertain and inspire. Join your colleagues for an evidence-based, yet lighthearted look at how stories can help your learners understand, embrace, and most importantly - retain informacion. Objective: Discuss the use ofstory as it rdates to principles ofadult and brain-based learning. Advanced: The Role of the CNS in Developing 'V7 k E. H e alth y wor nvlfonments :\7. L' fa d...s'j\t CC lvancy..... rree U..--_. 1'' LV,. RN.. 'RlV Critical Car( Senior Clinical Nurre Specialist Unh'ersif)'.ojRo.cher':L1\;IedimLCente];.Roc/mtl'T,.iVY The Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) plays a key role in creating a Healthy Work Environment (HWE) by parmering with nursing staff, nurse managers, physicians and other colleagues across the healthcare system. Learn how the CNS plays a vital role in all sl'{ of the A4..CN H\VE standards: skilled communication, true collaboration, effective decision making, appropriate staffing, meaningful recognition and authenric leadership. Objective: Describe how the CNS can impact the development of Healthy Work Environments.. 2:15-3:00 pm Break with Exhibitors 3:00-4:00 pm Academia: Nurse-Faculty Role in Teaching Nurse-to Physician Communications (PHONED) Frances R. Eason, EdD, l'risn, RN-BG. ene, Afv'EF Pro/mor o/nursing. Ec.st CaTofina Unit/fiJi?)!, Greerwille, NC Lou Anne Baldree, lwd ClinicalAisociate Profmor, Emr: Giro/hUE Unit'e,)'ity, Greenuilfe, NC This presentation shares an effective method of using a mnemonic co teach senior nursingsrudenrs how to provide adear, accurate, and organized report to a physician. The authors will share a nurse directed mnemonic format called PHONED and the success this format had on teaching S\udents effective and safe communications. Objective: List me main steps in developing an educational plan that incorporates adulc learning theory. Novice: The "DISCOVER" Program for Mentoring New Nurses Nancy heelalid,.msn; RN, CCRN The definition of a menror is one who is willing to push someone beyond their expectarions, teach new skills and promote intellectual development. A formal menroring Program called "DISCOVER" was established in the ICUs co provide support and facilitare a new nurse's life dreams and professional goals. The implementation of this program improved not only retenrion and new nurse satisfaction but also developed authentic leadership skius in the mentors. Objective: Describe the componenrs of the "DISCOVER" Program for mentoring. Advanced: Creating a Nurturing Orientation for New Graduate Nurses in a Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Unit Catby Sclmeider, /visn, MEd, R.N, CCRN Education SpecialiJt II. Cincinnati ("'''luten's Hospital Medical Center Cincinnati, Off Taking concepts from each of these models: Patricia Benner's Novice-co-Expert, Bloom's Taxonomy, and AAeN's Synergy Model; enabled us co build a threephased orientation that begins with basic, simple tasks and behaviors and culminates with in-depth, complex behaviors that display critical thinking processes. This new approach was developed co help our new Grads with the orientation process and to promote a nurturing environment. Objective: Describe the clinical guide role utilized by a Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Unit for the orientation of new graduate registered nurses.. 4:00-4:10 pm 4:10-5:10 pm Academia: What's Old is New Again: Re-examining Learning Theory Applications for Everyday Practice Pamela B. Edwards, EdD, /vislv, RN-BC CNE Associflte CNO, Education, DUffS, AssoL'iate Consulting Professor DUSON, Duke University, Durham, NC We choose co teach co make a difference. \Ve study the theories of teaching and learning. And, otten, we are challenged ro design learning activities that are vibrant and meaningful co our students. Theories of teaching and learning are studied as f d. I H d hi'... part 0 every nurse e ucator curncu urn. ow 0 we s ape earmng acclvmes tn 2010'Th' IS sesslon. WI '11 locus c: on using '_L Ule-o " Id". cognitive.. teach' mg t h eones. (r'.",agne and Bloom) ro apply in the contemporary classroom and at the bedside. Objectiv"e:- Identify the key learning rheoriesi:hit are an educator's toolbox. nurse Novice: Research, Ahoy! Georgita T. Washblgton, PhD, R1V-BC, CCRN Conducting and using research remains a confusing and foreign idea for many bedside nurses. The cookie experiment was used to demonstrate the research process in a fun, unique, and nonthreatening manner. A second objective was to use this cxperimem as a focal poim ofour upcoming research workshop. The purpose ofthe session will be to discuss our institution's implementation of the research process with staff nurses.. Objective: Discuss interactive methods that can be used to teach the research process. Advanced: Rx for the Educator's Soul Ma7-garet M. Priddy,!vIPS, MSN, RN-BC You've experienced [he challenges: Do more with less! Do it now! Re-do again in a month! Education is the band-aid for everything! How do you cope with these recurring challenges? This session will help you reconnect with your passion fot education and offer you some quick tips for recharging & renewing your Educator's Soul. Objective: Practice techniques co promote positive physiologic and spiritual regeneration. 5:10 pm Adjourn for the Day

18 Saturday, October 30 7:30-8:00 am Registration/Coffee & Poster Serup 8:00-9:00 am Academia: The Nursing Faculty Consultant: Bridging the Gap Between Education and Practice Jean Reinen, MSN, RN Andrea Bigelow, iwsn, RN Nurse Faculty LotlSult,mts, /yioses Cone Health System Greensboro, NC The faculey nurse consulrant works within the Staff Education department. Some of the roles of these dynamic positions are to collaborate with area nursing faculey, teach pre-licensure students in clinical practicum for area nursing schools, ensure consistency ofcare by students in the hospital system, and enhance che relationship ---berween schools of nursing and -the-health 'care system:--this model is designed to bridge the gap berween education and practice, and the hope is that formal ---evaluation-of these-new-positions-will- also showoahigher Ievel-oh:are-provided new graduate nurses. Objective: IdentifY at Least two advantages thar the Nursing Faculey Consultant presents co the School of Nursing. Objective: Compare and contrast rhe role of Nursing chen and coday and Florence Nightingale's impact on Healthcare. Advanced: Are You Really Smarter than a 5th Grader? Using Gardner's Multiple Intelligence Model in Educator Practice Barbara i'ricneill, MSN, RN BC Educutor and Consultant. Clinical Resource Associates, R.zleigh. NC Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligence Theoey provides educators with a new way of defining imeliigence, and a framework for developing educational strategies that are creative, ofren fun, and moreeffectlve.this presentation will give participants the opportuniey co take a look at Gardner's model, tune imo chelr own "intelligences," and discover how to practically apply chis model in their education practice. Objective: Discuss the eypes of intelligences identified by Gardner and the advantages of using the Model in his/her practice. 9:00-10;00 am Break -Visit Posrer Presenrarions 10:00-11:00 am Academia: Inspiring Hope in Our Patients, Staff, Students and Ourselves Donald D. Kautz, PhD, RN, CNRN, CRRN Associate Professor, UiVC Greensbo/'o School ofnul'sing Greensboro, NC This session will explore how nurses can inspire hope through eveeyday strategies. The session will include strategies and content chat educators may use to inspire Staff and students during lectures, demonstrations, and group discussions. This lecture is based on Miller's (2006) framework for inspiring hope, and includes the use of humor, patient scenarios, literarure, and inspiring hope for the moment. Objective: Implement srudents, and ourselves. educators can use to inspire hope in patients, staff, Novice: When Nothing is Working: Rethinking Orientation of New Grads Kamilah Biolltlt, lvisn, RN, }"IHA Educatioll Specialist, Pitt County /vfemoridl Hospital Greenville, NC Ln.-*rtle MOltrtlitlg, BSN, RN, CMSRN StaffDftJeloprnenr Assistant, Pit! County Memorial Hospital Greenville, NC In our Level 1 Trauma! Academic Medical Center, turnover among nurses in Adult Medicine Services peaked at 41.2% in A turnover rate of this magnitude generated great apprehension and called for an evaluation of how we orient staff. The highest area of turnover consisted of new graduates. This presentation will describe the multiple strategies related to orientation rhat were implemented ro impact turnover. As a result of team strategies, we have retained 92.3% of our 52 new graduates in The collective approach that was implemented ro provide a multi-dimensional orientation experience that focused on competence and confiden Will-be describ;ciin this presentacio.----" _ Objective:-Describe.stracegies thatwill impact-retention ofnew graduates.- Advanced: Where have all the Nurses Gone? Are We Losing our Wisdom? Are We meeting the Needs ofall Generation ofnurses, No"ice: Who Was the Real Florence Nightingale? Debbie Clay, MSN, MEd, RN Debbie Clay, 11-1SN, ii-fed, RN Edumtion Specialist, All Childrens Hospital, St. Petersburg FL Eveey nurse knows her name and some may even know the pledge. Bur do you really know who she was? In this session you will be taken back to 1800s and learn who Florence Nightingale reallywas, how she changed nursing and how healthcare owes her a debt of gratitude for what she believed in. We will also look at how she 1:.aucation Specialist, All Childrens Hospital, St. Petersburg. FL \Vhile we focus on the different generations ofnurses we educate, we sometimes get caught up in the myths of each generation. This session will allow participants to understand the different needs of the individual generations bur also pay,mention to past the present and the future of our own biases and beliefs. Address socieey's and cheir own bias to the educational needs of the would have tackled some of our problems of today. 11 : 12: 15 pm Closing Session Lateral Violence in Nursing: "Bad Girls, Bad Boys... What'cha Gonna Do When They Come for You?" Barbara E. McNeill, MSN, RN-BC. Lateral violence... nurses (or anybody else for that matter) bullying nurses... "bad and bad boys" wreaking havoc and dysfunction in the work place; it's been the "elephant in rhe middle of the proverbial living room" for as long as practicing nurses can remember. NO ONE is immune to it, and all, at one dme or the other, have played a part in enabling the damaging behaviors. The dme has come for it to end. It's rime to hold all involved accountable, and educators are in a unique position to influence a culture change to that end. In this session the desmlctive behaviors will be named; the bad girls and bad boys will be "called our", and each educator will be asked to decide, "What are YOU to do when they come for YOW" Objective: IdentifY three strategies co modify bullying behaviors and to increase the work ream's awareness of the destruction caused by the behaviors. 12: 15-12;30 pm Closing Remarks & Door Prize Drawings

19 Poster Presentations: hmot'atiue Electronic Education Amanda F. Valitutto, RN First Health of the Carolinas, Pinehurst, NC ComprehensiveAim'ay Training [11IP"Ol'l'S Discharge Olltcoml's in ivfechanimlly Ventilated Children Penny Morgan Overgaard, BSN, RN, FAHCEP Phoenix Children's Hospital. Phoenix, AZ Strmors and Stress Reactions: A Compari"on of Nursing Stll.dcmtS At the Comrmmity College a nd Atthe Unit'ersity During tbe First Year of.he Nllrsing Program AmyPutnaniMSN, RN Au1nJohnson,EdJ),RN, Western Carolina University School of Nursing, Cullowhee, NC Married State Preceptorship Solimar Figueroa, BSN, RN, CNOR, MSN, MHA Clinical Educaror, Baptist Health South Florida, Miami, FL Safery and Efficacy: Nurse to PhysicifllJ Commu:nicatiom' Frances R. Eason, EdJ), MSN, RN-BC, CNE, ANEF Professor of Nursing Lou Anne Baldree, MD Clinical Associate Professor, ECU School of Nursing GreenvUle, NC Cteating a Nurse lvfentorsbip Program Ellen Lyttle Education Specialist, Professional Development Roper St. Francis Healthcare, Hollywood, SC A Creative App,wI.ch to tm RN Retreat Kathryn CMuther, MSN, RN, ONC Staff Education Specialist, Christiana Care Health System Newark, DE '/kcepted posters as oftime ojprint..i-iotel1\trinlnl()atioris. PinehurstiReso<.. :<ii... '... './».. Check-in'tfmeis 4:00pm;c.he;k-()ut timeij bifor:e no;'n..' :_.< "' : '>:-::'::,',:- :., A '. The(::aro!ina......'....>i:..... $129 pernightplus}o%i"esqrrjeeai\d ta;k. 1hi/kisto;ichoti4ajjatiollaiHtrt()riCLaclrrla.rk> ;;rj.itsdoorsnewwars ljay, 190I.: 'TIl/'.Sarolina, the "Clueen ofth t?tlt,['has274rom;with... 'variety ofroo:.typ.esranglrtgfro"ftuj.dob'esto.*i;ig'b#:. emillm.rooms,.suitej,adji()7'sulstiealja,iheat #itional c:tj/rhe. Caolinllisalro.. t home toth(caro!inil:i?ining Rom!.Ry#r Cpl.,elIge, arid.twogijtshops;.1 Th(.Vjlktge.ptI:i1J(lbl!r..H,'l;lJithin.U{a'king clis,tl!l,.f,of.;kofel,.,,;,'.-', - '.' :,," :]b'e Man.oi-f"";';"'""''''","r;''+'';'-''-';." )' $99 peinighr,pluslo% Jesort feeand.(ax ,,' :.-',':',,"- _'< ';<._'_" :._._,,:,'>,>"'-',':;, "--:,':, :-. '",'_. ->",i' <, -' > ;.., The Manor.it...tf 42-tominn Joqaud jusrtwq blacksfto.mthevillage of. PinehuTsftfr!1.TIleCm;0Iintl. The fttrrl0sphereisqttainttmd similar to abed & Breakfast, and gives immediate access to all Pinehurst amenities.. <;... '.'...i'..... <... Rroom,......:so...r...'.R t valet...e...t.'..."and e..... F.... f:.t...td e self... t./s parkmg, e...oif......!m.ebtcycles,afternoon..:>.s.... c...nte...e.. r....,.on...-.s.t.;..t......tr.. tea... a. n.... S....in....,O.t'.. the...carolma,puttmg... ns o...pṃ... rt.,.a... tf.o :h....la... h green and drivingmnge, beach club and olttdoor pools (ifin season).alro. inclttdesgrattlities,forb,elladdorstaff '.....'.;....'., ;) > '. f R?fYationroce.dure:;..i, ;.. >1...l.. te..... e r.e...e.r.. a.no......t;or ".b. r... C.. urean...d..t....:... There.isno online hotelreservarion olnion '.... '. I, Credit..., i or C...o...mp..e cil th s..v... n and...m press..n the thi conference...o...h... reservaoonprompt d.s7.!l...o...e. h... otd.i.. PartIdpantsrnay earnupro)o:ocontact H()urs.CNE fr.rhis activi0/.1 Partial credit isawarded by session.....,: '.. I Southern RegionalAHEC is an approved provider.ofc0rt;(nuingnttrs/ng education. by the North. Carolina f/m'ses Association,imacC[(ditedapProtier by the American Nurses Credenrialing Center's Corrnnission on Acreditation. Di}closiJtefo;.Fofzjlid{rnteresrfi:om'tinyofihe presentersyviir6eanllijuncea at the beginning ofthe program. No comm&cial supporthasinfill'(i.cd.the planning of theedtlctianalobjectivej and contentojthisactivi.ty.1here is. noirrzpliedendorsementby SRAHEC, NCLN,o,.the Dogwood Affiliate of NNSDO ofanycom"fercial productdisctlssedin thec()t!'feofthis activity. C Currencmembers.of NLNand.the. [)ogwoodaffiliate of NNSDO get$lo off therw8day registration fee it paidby pctober 14.Proofof membership IS requiredto receive the discount.*multiple discolmts do not ttpj;iy..

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