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5th Edition of Nursing World Conference

October 19-21, 2020 | Orlando, USA

Holiday Inn Orlando SW Celebration Area 5711 W. Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway, Kissimmee, FL 34746 Orlando, USA
Phone : +1 (702) 988 2320
Toll Free: 1800 883 8082
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Email: nursing@magnusconferences.com
5th Edition | 25 Sessions | 150+ Speakers
October 19-21, 2020 | Orlando, USA

Tracy Flynn

Keynote Speaker for Nursing Conference 2020- Tracy Flynn
Tracy Flynn
Lewis-Clark State College, USA
Title : Threading service throughout a baccalaureate nursing curriculum to create today's nurse leaders

Abstract:

The Institute of Medicine’s 2010 report The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health contained several key recommendations for transforming the nursing profession. Key Message #3 stated that “Nurses should be full partners, with physicians and other health professionals, in redesigning health care in the United States.” Strong leadership within the nursing profession is vital if we are to be full partners, yet traditionally the majority of nurse leaders have emerged from clinical roles—without the benefit of leadership education or practice. Nursing is a service profession; many individuals are drawn to the profession because they have a heart to serve. One baccalaureate education model has adopted service as its core value from which leadership is developed. Students engage in service to their peers, their college, their communities, and beyond with progressively greater responsibilities. These service opportunities include mentoring underclassmen in the Clinical Resource Center; sponsoring a blood and bone marrow drive on campus; delivering health education workshops at the region’s free medical clinic; and providing nursing care on a global medical mission. Each opportunity is a collaborative effort with other healthcare disciplines, and students take on progressively greater leadership roles. Outcomes have been extremely promising, with students demonstrating excellent leadership competencies and voicing confidence in their abilities to take on future roles as nurse leaders. 

Biography:

Dr. Flynn has been a nurse educator for 20 years with an emphasis in social justice and service learning. She studied nursing education at Idaho State University, graduating as MSN in 2002. She then studied social justice and leadership at Gonzaga University, graduating as PhD in 2012. She has taught nursing at Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho since 1999. Dr. Flynn has led nursing students on over a dozen global medical missions in Central America, South America, Africa, and India, emphasizing leadership skills and community sustainability.

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