Understand ANCC's criteria and the Individual Activity Application; learn how to plan a high quality, outcome-driven nursing continuing professional development activity for your nurses; and more.
Lynn Rhyne, MN, RNC-MNN
This event offers 3.0 contact hours to attendees.
This virtual workshop is for folks interested in learning or reviewing how to offer a high quality, evidence-based, and outcome-driven nursing continuing professional development activity.
Participants will familiarize with the American Nurses Crendentialing Center's criteria (ANCC), learn to identify what is called a practice gap, understand the Individual Activity (IA) Application, and learn exactly what IA application reviewers look for.
Participants will learn from the Georgia Nurses Association Accredited Approver Program Director Lynn Rhyne, MN, RNC-MNN. Lynn has been in her role as Program Director and as the Primary Nurse Planner for the Approved Provider Unit since October 2017. She has been involved with the GNA Continuing Education Committee since 2003. Lynn is a retired Associate Professor of Nursing and was an educator for 27 years prior to retirement.
3 contact hours will be awarded.
Georgia Nurses Association is approved as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by South Carolina Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Association Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.