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Agenda

FORUM ON THE FUTURE OF NURSING: EDUCATION

University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

Cancer Prevention Building, 8th floor

1155 Pressler Street, Houston, TX 77030


February 22, 2010

AGENDA

8:00 am

Welcomes and Introductions

Donna E. Shalala, University of Miami

John R. Lumpkin, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

John Mendelsohn, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

8:15 am

What We Should Teach: Armchair Discussion #1

Moderator: Michael Bleich, Oregon Health & Science University

Participants:

Linda Cronenwett, University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill, School of Nursing



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B Agenda FORUM ON THE FUTURE OF NURSING: EDUCATION University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center Cancer Prevention Building, 8th floor 1155 Pressler Street, Houston, TX 77030 February 22, 2010 AGENDA 8:00 am Welcomes and Introductions Donna E. Shalala, University of Miami John R. Lumpkin, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation John Mendelsohn, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center 8:15 am What We Should Teach: Armchair Discussion #1 Moderator: Michael Bleich, Oregon Health & Science University Participants: Linda Cronenwett, University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill, School of Nursing 59

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60 FORUM ON THE FUTURE OF NURSING: EDUCATION M. Elaine Tagliareni, National League for Nursing, formerly Community College of Philadelphia Terry Fulmer, College of Nursing, New York University Marla Salmon, University of Washington School of Nursing 9:15 am Preselected Testimony Facilitator: Donna E. Shalala 9:30 am How We Should Teach: Armchair Discussion #2 Moderator: Linda Burnes Bolton, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Participants: Pamela R. Jeffries, Johns Hopkins University Divina Grossman, Florida International University John A. Rock, Florida International University Robert W. Mendenhall, Western Governors University Cathleen Krsek, University HealthSystem Consortium, UHC/AACN Nurse Residency Program™ 10:30 am Preselected Testimony Facilitator: Donna E. Shalala 10:45 am Break 11:00 am Where We Should Teach: Armchair Discussion #3 Moderator: Jennie Chin Hansen, AARP Participants: Rose Yuhos, AHEC of Southern Nevada Catherine Rick, Department of Veterans Affairs Nursing Academy Christine A. Tanner, Oregon Health & Science University Willis N. Holcombe, Florida College System

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61 APPENDIX B 12:00 pm Preselected Testimony Facilitator: Donna E. Shalala 12:15 pm Open Microphone Listening Session: Visions for the Future of Nursing Facilitator: Donna E. Shalala Participants in the audience will have an opportunity to make impromptu comments on what they heard throughout the day and what their vision is for the future of nursing. 12:35 pm Closing Remarks Donna E. Shalala 12:40 pm Forum Adjourns

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