To advance the science of nursing education
Who Should Join?
Those interested in discussing, disseminating, collaborating, and researching nursing educational teaching and learning strategies and pedagogies
Meet the RIG Leadership
Diane Marcyjanik, PhD, RN
Rhoda Owens, PhD, RN
Linda Macera-Di Clemente
Diane M. Forsyth, PhD, RN
2018-2019 RIG Awards
Nursing Education is proud to announce the following award opportunities to the RIG membership:
- Advancement of Science Award
- Outstanding Dissertation Award
- Outstanding DNP Project Award
Nominations are now closed. Winner will be announced at the 43rd Annual Research Conference in Kansas City, MO. Please plan to join us for the full conference and the Nursing Education RIG meeting.
- Increase visibility with a symposia
- Improve networking, collaboration, communication, and make it more user friendly for the purpose of mentoring and enhanced funding mechanisms and multi-site research:
- MNRS Matters (eNewsletter)
- Listserv (group email)
- Refinement of measurement tools in education
- Discussions formatted around topic specificity
Overall/Long Term Goals
- Foster a collaborative research interest for nursing education and highlight trends in nursing education.
- Generate translational/applied science for best practices in nursing education.
- Stay in touch with national trends related to research and evidence-based teaching for nursing education
Awards were given to the following during the education RIG meeting in Milwaukee:
- Dr. Gloria Brummer, RN, DNP – Outstanding DNP Award
- Janet Levey RN PhD – Outstanding Dissertation Award
- Sherrill J. Smith RN, PhD for Advancement of Science (she also did a brief overview of her research work)
RIG Minutes/Meeting Summary
If you are interested in learning more about the Nursing Education RIG, please explore the minutes from the past meetings:
Nursing Education RIG minutes from the 2016 Annual Research Conference