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Health Sciences Professional Development: One Team, One Goal: Exploring the Advantages of Mentoring Across Health Professions

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Health Sciences Professional Development

One Team, One Goal: Exploring the Advantages of Mentoring Across Health Professions

Thursday, June 20, 2024

2 - 3 pm CT | Noon - 1 pm MT

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Join us virtually as we explore the following:

  • Benefits of mentoring students from a variety of health professions
  • Interprofessional education requirements in health professions education
  • Opportunities for developing interprofessional learning in clinical practice
  • Best practices for successful mentoring of interprofessional learners
     
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Jennifer Jessen, EDD, RN, CNOR
Jennifer Jessen, EDD, RN, CNOR, FNAP
Assistant Professor of Nursing
Executive Director of CIPER
Creighton University

Dr. Jenny Jessen holds the Executive Director position for the Center for Interprofessional Practice, Education, and Research (CIPER). She has served as a core faculty member in CIPER and director for assessment since 2019. Dr. Jessen is also an Assistant Professor in the College of Nursing, serving previously as the Accelerated Faculty Chair on the Omaha campus. Her teaching background includes foundational nursing, advanced medical surgical nursing, and senior preceptorship. She is certified in perioperative nursing, with the majority of her nursing practice spent in intraoperative nursing. Dr. Jessen's research and publications reflect her passion for building perioperative academic / clinical partnerships and developing interprofessional assessment and evaluation. She eagerly engages in the growth and development of CIPER as
interprofessional practice is needed now, more than ever, to meet the diverse needs of health care professionals and support positive patient outcomes.

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Thursday, June 20 2024 – 2:00 to 3:00PM
Add to Calendar 20240620T140000Z 20240620T150000Z America/Chicago Health Sciences Professional Development: One Team, One Goal: Exploring the Advantages of Mentoring Across Health Professions <h3>Health Sciences Professional Development</h3> <h3><strong>One Team, One Goal: Exploring the Advantages of Mentoring Across Health Professions</strong></h3> <p><strong>Thursday, June 20, 2024</strong></p> <p><strong>2 - 3 pm CT | Noon - 1 pm MT</strong></p> <h4><strong><a href="https://creighton.zoom.us/j/92862072073" target="_blank">Click Here</a> to Join via Zoom</strong></h4> <p>Join us virtually as we explore the following:</p> <ul> <li>Benefits of mentoring students from a variety of health professions</li> <li>Interprofessional education requirements in health professions education</li> <li>Opportunities for developing interprofessional learning in clinical practice</li> <li>Best practices for successful mentoring of interprofessional learners<br /> &nbsp;</li> </ul> <drupal-media data-align="right" data-entity-type="media" data-entity-uuid="f8882e03-75e5-4367-adf9-682eb8d740a8" data-view-mode=""></drupal-media> <h5><strong>Jennifer Jessen, EDD, RN, CNOR, FNAP</strong><br /> <em>Assistant Professor of Nursing<br /> Executive Director of CIPER<br /> Creighton University</em></h5> <p>Dr. Jenny Jessen holds the Executive Director position for the Center for Interprofessional Practice, Education, and Research (CIPER). She has served as a core faculty member in CIPER and director for assessment since 2019. Dr. Jessen is also an Assistant Professor in the College of Nursing, serving previously as the Accelerated Faculty Chair on the Omaha campus. Her teaching background includes foundational nursing, advanced medical surgical nursing, and senior preceptorship. She is certified in perioperative nursing, with the majority of her nursing practice spent in intraoperative nursing. Dr. Jessen's research and publications reflect her passion for building perioperative academic / clinical partnerships and developing interprofessional assessment and evaluation. She eagerly engages in the growth and development of CIPER as<br /> interprofessional practice is needed now, more than ever, to meet the diverse needs of health care professionals and support positive patient outcomes.</p> Online via Zoom

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