Creating Healthy Work Environments: Part Four - Balancing Act: How to Support Students and Nurses for the Future of Healthcare - Online Course


In this final webinar in the Creating Healthy Work Environments series, we will highlight the importance of student and nurse well-being. Stress and fatigue are major concerns as nurses transition from student to professional nurses, and it's negatively impacting overall nurse retention. In fact, a recent study showed that 75% of intensive care nurses from 23 countries expressed an intent to leave. Join us for this webinar as we share important information to help students and nurses maintain well-being and develop professional relationships.

Join us to learn more from the following presentations:

  • Exploring the Social Determinants of Learning in Pre-Nursing Students: Psychosocial Health and Learner Well-Being
  • Embedded Librarianship in a DNP Health Policy Course
  • Critical Care Code: The Algorithm Behind ICU Nurse Retention

This course will retire after 23rd February 2027.

Learning Outcomes:
After participating in this course, learners will be able to:

  • Upon completion of this webinar, participants will be able to express at least one thing to enhance nursing student and/or nurse well-being.

Speaker Bios:

Regina Wilder Urban, PhD, RN, NPD-BC, CNE, MA-LPC
Dr Regina Urban is a nurse educator and researcher with over 25 years of experience as a Registered Nurse. Currently a tenure-track professor at the University of Texas at Arlington, Dr Urban's research interests include learner well-being, academic persistence and success, and resilience. Today, Dr Urban and her research partner, Dr Leslie Jennings are here to share their research with pre-nursing students exploring psychosocial health, learner well-being, and the Social Determinants of Learning Framework.

Charlotte Swint, DNP, MPH, FNP-BC, CNE
Dr. Swint is an Associate Professor of Nursing at Frontier Nursing University. She teaches the ethics and health policy course. She has served as the co-chair of the Faculty/Staff Council and the Mission and Philosophy Committee. She co-founded the Health Policy Education Special Interest Group for NONPF. She has been a FNP since 1997. She served as an Assistant Professor and Interim Director of the Undergraduate Nursing Program at Clayton State University. Dr. Swint has participated in Sigma's Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy and the NLN's LEAD program. She is currently serving on Sigma's governance committee.

Adrianna Lorraine Watson, PhD, RN, CCRN, TCRN
Dr. Watson is an ICU nurse and Assistant Professor at Brigham Young University. She has over 15 years of bedside experience in the fields of critical care and trauma nursing. Her research focuses on nursing workforce development and support.

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