NONPF


National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties (NONPF) and Nurse Practitioner Associates for Continuing Education (NPACE) has partnered to offer a 28-credit continuing education program specific to the learning needs of new nurse practitioner (NP) educators.

The purpose of this program is to bring a condensed and accessible information to new NP Faculty to be effective educators. These modules are designed to cover some of the more complex and unique aspects of serving as NP Faculty, particularly for novice or adjunct faculty. 

Total Credits: 28 contact hours; 0.0 are pharmacology

Release Date: September 26, 2022

$780

  • The NONPF & NPACE New NP Faculty Development Program is designed to help new or novice nurse practitioner faculty to better understand unique factors of educating nurse practitioner students. The program is 28 CEs and completely self-paced. What an exciting time for nurse practitioner faculty!

  • Includes Credits

    This module will review the foundational and theoretical frameworks relevant to creating effective learning experiences in the classroom and clinical areas for nurse practitioner students. The learner will gain an understanding of integrating the principles of adult learning and national standards of nurse practitioner education into programs across multiple learning settings. Student resources and supports to promote best practices to facilitate learning will be discussed. | 4 credits (0 pharmacology) | $

  • Includes Credits

    This (course/module) will help the learner explore the inter-relationships between the development of program, curriculum, and individual courses and the use of design standards in articulating these relationships in nurse practitioner education. Additionally, the learner will examine the role of the relationships between teacher, student, and the curriculum in designing effective learning activities to meeting course objectives and outcomes. | 5.5 credits (0 pharmacology) | $

  • Includes Credits

    This (course/module) will help the learner develop and strengthen the knowledge and skills for assessing nurse practitioner students’ learning by providing effective assessment and feedback in both formative and summative evaluations. Advice and strategies for developing well written test questions and exams to effectively assess knowledge and skills will be delivered. The learner will gain an appreciation of the role of simulation and case studies for assessing knowledge, skills, and behaviors including diagnostic reasoning and communication skills. The role and responsibility of faculty in conducting site visits and evaluating clinical skills is reviewed. | 9 credits (0 pharmacology) | $

  • Includes Credits

    This (course/module) will inform the learner on the tools used to design, manage, execute and evaluation clinical experiences. It will explore the design and use competency-based outcomes. Additionally, learners will hear strategies to overcome clinical challenges at all levels and learn innovated ways to provide quality clinical experiences. The role and responsibility of faculty in conducting site visits and evaluating clinical skills is reviewed. | 5 credits (0 pharmacology) | $

  • Includes Credits

    This (course/module) will help the learner consider the ways in which technology can enhance learning for the nurse practitioner student and includes best practices for examining technology to help meet learning goals, nuances of virtual learning, exploring new technologies, and best practices for library and database searching. | 4 credits (0 pharmacology) | $