Going the Distance: How technology will change your education

Nurses are the backbone and frontline of healthcare delivery in the U.S. This has been acutely underscored by the COVID pandemic. Among the pandemic’s many disruptions has been the closing of the physical campuses of virtually all of the nation’s nursing schools.

Many of these nursing schools have now migrated to distance learning for their students, necessitating a new way of thinking about nurse education delivery during a public health emergency.

For the frontline nurses feeling newly hindered in their educational pursuits, there are legacy online nursing education programs which have refined—and often defined—the tenets of success for best equipping their virtual students for scholastic and career success.

This expert panel will explore how today’s nurses can be enabled to continue to educationally progress in order to advance in a healthcare workforce which needs them now more than ever.

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