Part of ANA's Webinar Series
November 7, 2017 | 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm EDT
Throughout your nursing career, it is highly likely that you will transition to a new nursing role at least once. You may change specialties, get promoted, change your work setting, or decide to leave full-time clinical nursing to teach in a school of nursing.
All of these exciting transitions are a sign of success in your career. But do you know how to make the best of these transitions which can be positive but also challenging, daunting and a little bit scary?
This live and interactive webinar will provide practical tools that you can apply immediately to your real-world transition. After participating in this webinar, you will be able to:
- Manage your transition like a pro: Making connections and recognizing opportunities
- Implement critical time management techniques you never knew and why this matters in the transition period
- Control distractions and interruptions: Manage emails, welcome "committees" and other things that can distract you and get you off to a rough start
- Polish your communication skills to smooth your transition into a new position
- Effectively deal with lack of acceptance, inclusion and conflict: Establishing civility and collaboration in your new role
- Successfully manage stress during your transition to a new role
Attendance is FREE for Members and Non-Members
Program content will help you make the best of your transition and give you a solid foundation for ongoing success in your new role.
Individual registration required. Register no later than November 6 to receive 24/7 access to this webinar – so even if you can't attend the live webinar, you can still benefit from this information. This program is informational only; no contact hours will be awarded.
About the Presenter: Kristy Chunta, PhD, RN, ACNS, BC
Dr. Chunta has been a nurse educator for over 10 years, teaching undergraduate senior clinical, master's, and doctoral level courses. She has taught graduate courses that focus on professional role, teaching strategies, curriculum, measurement and evaluation, simulation, teaching with technology, informatics, and research, and has served on or chaired several dissertation committees.
Dr. Chunta has provided oral and poster presentations at many national conferences and has published on a variety of topics related to academia. She recently received an innovative teaching award for an Ebola simulation that was completed with undergraduate senior students.