Hosted by Seton Hall University College of Nursing and Gamma Nu Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing
This conference is held in honor of the third dean of Seton Hall College of Nursing, Sister Agnes Reinkemeyer, who strongly emphasized the nurse’s role in research.
Nursing researchers and clinical nursing experts from Seton Hall, as well as Yale School of Nursing, Morristown Medical Center, RWJ Barnabas Health, Rutgers School of Nursing and Hackensack Meridian Health, will gather virtually to discuss the latest developments in nursing practice and research at the Annual Reinkemeyer Research Day.
For more information on speakers and the event, visit http://blogs.shu.edu/rrd/
General public: $20.00
Doctoral students: $10.00
Undergraduate and Master’s students: Free
Seton Hall Faculty: inform Dr. Wilt of attendance via email
Meeting link will be sent via email after registration.
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Note: The event will be recorded.
Open to the Public
Linda Honan, Ph.D., M.S.N., CNS-BC, RN, ANEF, FAAN
“Integrating the Humanities in Healthcare Education”
Linda Honan is a professor at Yale University School of Nursing (YSN). She has taught in this program since 1989, served as curriculum coordinator and program director of the Graduate Entry Pre-specialty in Nursing Program and been a consultant nationally to graduate entry programs in other universities. She teaches anatomy, medical-surgical nursing and is associate director of the Interprofessional Longitudinal Clinical Experience (ILCE) where she is responsible for the clinical curriculum for all first year medical, nursing and physician assistant students at Yale.
Honan is a nurse scholar and clinical educator dedicated to understanding and developing effective and innovative techniques for clinical education in a multi-disciplinary environment. Known for her creativity and the development of novel and effective teaching strategies for adult learners, she has received numerous awards and is a Fellow of the NLN Academy of Nursing Education and a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing.
She has developed the looking is not seeing and listening is not hearing program at YSN which uses art and music to support the development of nursing students’ physical assessment skills. Her research reveals that diagnostic observations can be significantly improved by training in the visual examination of works of art, that the narratives of student experiences can give insight into the process of learning nursing, and aural training with music improves auscultative abilities.
Honan precepts ILCE students on a surgical trauma unit at Yale New Haven Hospital. Her research interests include education of adult learners, creative teaching strategies, interprofessional education, qualitative clinical research and narrative inquiry.