2015 NCADN Council Spring Training Conference Keynote Speaker:
This year’s keynote speaker is Margie Malloy, MSN, RN, CNE, CHSE, Director of the Center for Nursing Discovery, Duke University. Ms. Malloy joined as the Director of the Center for Nursing Discovery in 2008. She was also a Clinical Research Nurse at Duke University Medical Center for 2 years. She has experience as Nursing Faculty, Staff Nurse, Staff Development Coordinator, Quality Improvement Coordinator and as Clinical Faculty. Ms. Malloy has numerous achievements for teaching excellence: Graduate of Duke Leadership Academy, Duke University School of Nursing “Outstanding Clinical Instructor Award”, Recipient of the Spring 2012 Catalyst Faculty Innovation Award, Excellence in Clinical Teaching Award, Campus Technology Innovators Award, and also nominee of the New York State Legislature’s Nurse of Distinction. Ms. Malloy has numerous publications and presentation including Cultivating a Culture of Medication Safety in Pre-licensure Nursing Students and Presentation: The good, the bad, the ugly,…Strengthening clinical teaching through simulation As well as many other publications and presentations. She is a member of the North Carolina Nurses Association, Sigma Theta Tau, Team STEPPS Master Trainer, Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH), and the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation & Learning (INACSL). Ms. Malloy is also pursuing her Doctorate of Nursing Practice (anticipated graduation date of May 2015.
Other Guest Speakers that will be at the Conference:
Jacqueline Vaughn, BSN, RN, Simulation Instructor Duke University School of Nursing. Ms. Vaughn has a vast array of experience with Simulation. She also has experience as Clinical Faculty. Ms. Vaughn has experience as a Staff Nurse at Duke University Medical Center with experience in Pediatrics and Nursery. She has been part of publications including Psychomotor Skills. Encyclopedia of Nursing Education.
Ann Marie T. Milner, MSN, RN Nursing Faculty at Wake Tech Community College. She has a vast experience with NC Concept Based Curriculum. She has served as lead faculty of many of the NC CIP Courses. Ms. Milner has experience in Emergency Room Nursing, Medical-Surgical Nursing. Ms. Milner is certified as an AHA Basic Life Support and Healthcare Provider Instructor and First Aid Instructor. She is a member of the Sigma Theta Tau, American Nurses Association, National League for Nursing, and North Carolina Nurses Association. She is involved with publications including: Nursing Students meet METI-man: A new approach for remediation.
Break-Out Presentation Speaker:
Dr. Cynthia Booher, PhD in Nursing, is a full-time faculty member from Guilford Technical Community College. Ms. Booher has experience in a variety of areas including Intensive Care Nursing, Case Management, Clinical Faculty, and Full-Time Nursing Faculty. She has a vast array of education and teaching experience. She is currently involved in research consisting of Does the Clinical Reasoning Tool Enhance the Internalization of Critical Thinking Skills? She has also been involved in publications and presentations including: Clinical Reasoning: A Classroom and Clinical Experience Tool. She has also assisted in the development of a bio-technology curriculum with the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill.