Contact Hours: 1.5 including 1.5 Nursing Credit
In this session, faculty will need to explore, acknowledge and utilize a variety of testing resources (technological and other resources) to provide practice with new question formats and scoring.
Session Learning Outcomes:
After engaging in this session, the participant will be able to:
Identify what resources are currently available to provide Next Gen question formats.
Maximize their current enabling technologies and other resources.
To receive CE, you will need to successfully complete the quiz and program evaluation.
The University of Maryland School of Nursing is accredited with distinction as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.
Additionally, Dr. D'Aoust is an expert in interprofessional education, community service, and providing access to care for vulnerable populations. Dr. D'Aoust has long made her mark where the business of education and health care intersect. She has led advances in curriculum and classroom technology that match an understanding of ways to construct learning with the philosophy of education and a mastery of financial issues in higher education. At the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, she continues to lead the development and implementation of innovative teaching and learning strategies. Recently acquiring a grant (with Dr Hudson) to implement new software for educational innovation at JHU.
In the past year, she has earned the following awards and recognitions:
*National League for Nursing, Board of Commissioners Certified Nurse Educator, Star Award Recognition
* Maryland Higher Education Commission Nurse Support Program II, Appreciation Award
* Our Lady of Fatima University (Singapore), University Appreciation & Recognition Award
Krysia Hudson is an Assistant Professor at JHUSON. her area of interest lies in Medical Surgical nursing, Pharmacology, Simulation, Virtual Simulation and Informatics. She is a leader in informatics practice and education, a cutting-edge technology that combines information technology and nursing knowledge to benefit both clinical practice and nursing education. She has led advances in curriculum and classroom technology (eg building the first EHR for educational use - Eclipsys), and other innovations. Her interest in decision support is key in assisting students to make students make clear, informed therapeutic decisions for their patients.
Her recent awards include:
Using a Clinical Judgment Model Across the Curriculum
Original Program Date: 10/11/2021
Overview of next Generation Questions
Original Program Date: 10/22/2021
Nurse Leadership Institute (NLI) Orientation 2023
Original Program Date: 08/08/2022