Lisa Lewis, assistant professor, published an article entitled "Growth Mindset Training and Effective Learning Strategies in Community College Registered Nursing Students" in Teaching and Learning in Nursing. Co-authors include Cheryl Williams, Salem State University; and Stephanie Dawson, Nebraska Methodist College.
Lisa Lewis, assistant professor; and Margie Molloy, assistant professor; recently gave an invited presentation at the North Carolina League for Nursing Spring Workshop "Nursing Education: The Next Generation” at Durham Tech Community College.
Their presentation entitled "Holistic Admissions for Increasing Diversity in Nursing Education" was presented to more than 50 academic nurse educators from North Carolina.
Lisa Lewis, assistant professor, recently published an article entitled "Nursing Students Who Fail and Repeat Courses: A Scoping Review" in Nurse Educator.
Background: Nursing students who fail and are required to repeat courses experience personal consequences and have an impact on the academic institution and nursing profession because of delayed graduation or even attrition.
In a press release by Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, it was announced that Lisa Lewis was recently selected as a Scholar for the third cohort of the Experienced Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy (ENFLA).
The ENFLA is a highly selective 12-month mentored leadership academy. It incorporates a triad design where the selected Scholar is supported by their self-selected Mentor and ENFLA faculty members. The academy curriculum includes a variety of educational strategies for developing leadership knowledge, competence, and outcomes.
Congratulations to the 2017-2018 DUSON cohort of Teaching for Equity Fellows Health Professions Educators: Nancy Crego, Valerie Sabol, Brigit Carter, Jennie De Gagne, Midge Bowers, Michelle Hartman, Jill Brennan-Cook, Sharron Rushton, Jen Graf-Perkins and Lisa Lewis!
Lisa Lewis recently presented at the 13th Annual South Eastern Nursing Staff Education Symposium in Charlotte. Her poster presentation was entitled "Progress for Success! Using test construction and analysis to prepare students for NCLEX."