Foundations for More Effective Training: Structuring Post-Acute Training for Excellence

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From seasoned industry veterans to new hires, training and development in post-acute care play a pivotal role in shaping an organization’s compliance, employee retention, job satisfaction, and care outcomes. However, there is a significant difference between checking the box for training and truly empowering your staff with the training they need to put into effective practice. 

Are your development programs structured to ensure knowledge retention for tangible, real-world use? Join us as clinical development and adult educational experts unveil a wealth of strategies to structure your post-acute care training programs effectively, maximizing performance and elevating care outcomes at every point of care. 

In this webinar, you will: 

  • Gain insights into strategies for structuring training programs beyond checking the box and fostering a culture of continuous learning and improvement. 
  • Learn practical techniques to enhance knowledge retention among staff members, ensuring they are equipped with the necessary skills and expertise to deliver exceptional patient care. 
  • Discover effective methods for measuring the impact and success of training initiatives, enabling post-acute organizations to identify areas for improvement and drive excellence in staff education and development. 

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Presenters

  • Jennifer W. Burks, MSN, RN, COS-C
    Manager & Curriculum Designer, Post-Acute Care | Relias
    Jennifer Burks has over 30 years of clinical and teaching experience, with expertise in critical care and home health. She is certified as an OASIS Specialist- Clinical (COS-C) and is a Curriculum Designer for post-acute care at Relias. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from The University of Virginia in 1993 and her Master of Science in Nursing from The University of North Carolina, Greensboro in 1996. Her professional practice in education is guided by a philosophy borrowed from Florence Nightingale’s Notes on Nursing, “I do not pretend to teach her how, I ask her to teach herself, and for this purpose, I venture to give her some hints.”
  • Kimberly Workman
    Instructional Designer | Relias
    Kimberly Workman is an Instructional Designer at Relias. She has a Master of Arts in Technology and Communication and graduate certificates in Public Health, Epidemiology, and Digital Communications. Workman has a background in writing and designing online continuing medical education for physicians and other health professionals on multiple educational platforms, including web-based, game-based, and immersive learning environments. She has also used simulation training extensively to connect learning to real-world environments.
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