This year NHCGNE will be honoring Linda Phillips, PhD, RN, FAAN.
NHCGNE is also pleased to announce that the interviewer will be former NHCGNE President Janet Mentes, PhD, APRN, FGSA, FAAN.
Given the rapidly growing older adult population and the urgent need to prepare the future nurse workforce to care for an aging population, it is imperative to have well-prepared nurse educators not only with knowledge and skills in care of older adults, but also with teaching competence so that they can foster positive attitudes toward older adults and actively engage learners at all levels.
Communicate and disseminate advances in gerontological nursing with a focus on transforming aging research, practice, and education.
Increase collaboration between senior and junior scholars studying interventions for aging populations, caregivers and those with other disabling conditions
Enhancing clinician knowledge on diversity, equity and inclusion for aging populations post COVID 19 and beyond
Examining new and innovative technology for optimal aging and aging in place.
Showcase leadership skills in the year of the nurse in the areas of gerontological research, education, practice, and policy
Check out Poster Information here. Abstracts due July 25th!