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Joyce University Community Learning Series

Apr 4, 2023

Joyce University of Nursing and Health Sciences is proud to present a continuing education lecture series designed to provide students and members of the public with the latest insights and trends in healthcare. This series is a unique opportunity to learn from expert faculty and practitioners who are at the forefront of their fields.

Our lectures cover a wide range of topics in healthcare, including the latest advances in nursing practice, healthcare management, public health, professionalism, personal development, and more. The series is designed to be accessible to learners of all levels, from novice to expert, and we encourage participants to ask questions and engage in lively discussions with our speakers.

Whether you are a student pursuing a degree in healthcare or a member of the public interested in learning more about the healthcare industry, our lecture series has something to offer. Our speakers are drawn from our expert faculty and community partners and bring with them a wealth of knowledge and experience that will help you stay at the forefront of the healthcare field.

Join us for an enlightening and engaging series of lectures that will expand your knowledge, enhance your skills, and help you achieve your professional and personal goals in healthcare.


Upcoming Lectures


Transition from student to Professional Nurse
Dr. Clancey Sollis | June 20 | Lecture Begins 4:00PM (MT)

Transitioning from a nursing student to a nurse can be scary. There are so many things that we don’t know that we don’t know when we are new graduate nurses. Come listen to Dr. Clancey Sollis to discuss the stages of transitioning from student to nurse, some healthy coping mechanisms to keep from getting burned out, and integrate further into the nursing profession.

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Clinical Judgement Measurement Model
Dr. Kari Luoma | July 18 | Lecture Begins 4:00PM (MT)

Join us for a webinar with Dr. Kari Luoma, Associate Dean of Undergraduate Nursing Programs at Joyce University of Nursing and Health Sciences, as she explores the key elements of the Clinical Judgment Measurement Model (CJMM). The focus of this session is understanding the importance of the iterative clinical judgment process for making safe, effective, client care decisions.  Dr. Luoma will provide us with the details of the clinical judgment process.

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Past Lectures


Emotional Intelligence
Dr. Carrie Leone | May 16, 2023

Emotional intelligence is the ability to identify and manage our own emotions, as well as the emotions of other people. It involves emotional awareness, the ability to identify and name our own emotions, the ability to use our emotions and apply them to thinking and problem-solving, and the ability to manage and regulate our own emotions.

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Cultural Competence in Nursing
Daniel Wakamatsu | April 18, 2023

During this presentation, we will discuss what cultural competency means, review available literature relevant to nursing, and identify ways to effectively communicate and care for diverse populations.

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Dr. Jaimee Kastler | March 21, 2023

Join us for a webinar with Dr. Jaimee Kastler, Nursing Programs Quality Manager at Joyce University of Nursing and Health Sciences, as she delves into the future of the NCLEX-RN. This evolving assessment tool for nursing licensure is launching its next generation format this year and Dr. Kastler is here to guide us through the changes that lie ahead.

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Team-Based Approaches to Sports Injury Management
Dr. Jordan Utley | February 21, 2023

Dr. Jordan Utley, Corporate Education Director at Pima Medical Institute (PMI) will highlight contemporary sports injuries including uncommon injuries (Commotio Cordis) and common acute and chronic injuries experienced by active populations. In addition, a special focus on recognition and treatment of post-concussion symptoms (formerly referred to as post-concussion syndrome) will be included, alongside a discussion of contemporary interprofessional, team-based care.

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