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Regent School of Nursing Offers Free Webinars Every Wednesday 7:30 p.m.

Scrubs with Capes: A Nursing Webinar Series for America’s New Heroes

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (April 21, 2020) – Regent University’s School of Nursing has developed a free webinar series for America’s heroic and highly valued army of nurses. The series includes six webinars geared toward empowering and educating nurses and healthcare administrators in areas from self-care and strategies for protection to how to approach a career field as a mission field.

Dr. Rebecca Le, director of the School of Nursing, will facilitate the webinars, alongside her accomplished faculty. The purpose is to provide a meaningful forum for encouragement and education on some of the most pressing topics surrounding real-life COVID-19 scenarios and challenges.

“We want nurses to know that, just as they are offering support and care to hundreds and thousands of patients and doctors, they have an outlet of support for themselves,” said Le. “In many ways, nurses are the glue that holds together the healthcare ecosystem. We are honored to come alongside them with practical tools and resources to help ease their load.” At the end of each webinar, nurses will receive a surprise incentive as a way to simply say thank you for their tireless work.

All webinars will begin at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesdays, as noted below.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR THESE FREE NURSING WEBINARS

April 22

Evangelism Opportunities: When the Nursing Field Is Your Mission Field

How many of you have a supernatural story where you witnessed the miraculous power of God working through you to make a difference in your patient’s life? Operating in your calling as a Christ-centered healthcare professional leads to improved patient outcomes, patient satisfaction, and nurse satisfaction. Is it possible to incorporate this approach to nursing care during a viral pandemic? Join us as we explore this topic.

Evangelism / Meaning / Growth Mission Readiness

April 29

COVID-19 Challenges and Strategies for Optimizing Your Protection with PPE

Evidence-based practices for protection against the novel COVID-19 virus are continuously developing. Front line nurses need resources to understand the most up-to-date methods for utilizing personal protective equipment in the fight to stop the spread. Join expert Regent Nursing Faculty to gain this understanding and maximize strategies for personal and professional use.

Community Effort / Mask Patterns / Cap with Buttons / S Shaped Hook

May 6

The Year of the Nurse: Blessing to Frontline Nursing Heroes

The devotion, service, and heart of the nurse has been discovered by our nation during this viral crisis. Regent School of Nursing administration, faculty, and staff would like to formally recognize these heroic acts of service during the year of the nurse and nurse’s week. Please join us for a celebration of you. You won’t want to miss all of the special surprises we have planned!

Nurses Week / Awareness of Nursing / Community Gratitude / Tribute to Nurses

May 13

Inspiring Student Nursing Stories: COVID-19 Efforts

In continuation of the celebration of the nurse, Regent students will share their own personal inspirational stories of standing on the frontline of COVID-19. Wisdom, peace, and hope can be found by sharing testimonies. Draw near to your Regent family as we continue this fight together.

May 20

Holistic Self-Care Tips for Embattled Nurses

Nurses are heroes, but also human. The COVID-19 pandemic has stretched the emotional, physical, and spiritual health of each of nurse. Please join us to self-reflect on your own personal journey through this crisis. Discover new resources for assistance for yourself and those whom with you serve.

Nursing Debrief Group / Repetitive Loss / Fear for Families / Balance / Suicide / PTSD / Retention / Ethical Challenges & Moral Distress

May 27

Scholar Showcase

The level of innovation among academic and practice nursing leaders in the Hampton Roads area is unprecedented. Curious about what our local nursing scholars have to share about these new approaches? Join the Regent School of Nursing to hear about these special topics in nursing care during a viral pandemic.

Communities of Interest/ Scholar Moments / Lifelong Learning / Innovators / Interdisciplinary Approach / Public Health: Key Roles in Nursing / Telehealth

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ABOUT THE SCHOOL OF NURSING

The School of Nursing offers rigorous nursing degree curriculum in a dynamic community of learning to help nurses advance in their career while closing the gap on 21st century healthcare demands. Using standards set forth by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, personal practicum experiences are designed by the student with a focus on integrating faith and astute clinical judgment.

 

ABOUT REGENT UNIVERSITY

Founded in 1978, Regent University has nearly 11,000 students studying on its 70-acre campus in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and online around the world. The university offers associate, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees from a Christian perspective in 135+ program areas including business, communication and the arts, cybersecurity and technology, divinity, education, government, law, leadership, nursing and healthcare, and psychology. Currently, Regent University is ranked among top national universities by U.S. News & World Report and is one of only 23 universities nationally to receive an “A” rating for its comprehensive liberal arts core curriculum. In its 2020 “Best Online Programs” rankings, Regent University’s College of Arts & Sciences (CAS) again scored #1 for “Best Online Bachelor’s Programs” among Virginia schools, the eighth year in a row that Regent has earned the top position. The university also earned its 10-year reaffirmation of accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, the highest level that a university can be awarded from that organization.