Excellence on-demand: Transforming education to overcome healthcare challenges

16may11:00 am12:00 pmExcellence on-demand: Transforming education to overcome healthcare challengesJoin this eSeminar with Julie Pagel

Event Details

Course introduction:
Clinician education has been impacted by changes in the healthcare landscape. These challenges have created a gap in practice and have resulted in decreased confidence and competence at the bedside. Incorporating different educational modalities is a necessity to ensure quality patient care. Just-in-time training is one solution proven to deliver time-relevant education as healthcare evolves.

Learning Objectives:
At the conclusion of this eSeminar the participants will be able to:

  • Discuss current challenges in healthcare impacting education and practice
  • Compare educational modalities and their use in healthcare
  • Describe just in time training as a solution
  • Outline examples of just-in-time training in healthcare

This course is approved for a total of 1.0 Contact hour

Natus Medical Incorporated is a provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing.
Provider Number 16614 for 1.0 contact hour.

Speakers for this event

  • Julie Pagel

    Julie Pagel



    Julie Pagel is a neurocritical care nurse specialist at Natus. She has clinical practice experience in both medical and neurosurgical intensive care settings, totaling over 12 years along with serving as a neuroscience divisional educator at a level 1 trauma, comprehensive stroke hospital in Charlotte, NC. She also served as adjunct faculty at University of North Carolina at Charlotte for 8 years. She is currently responsible for the education of clinicians including curriculum and competency development, instructional design, and multi-modality delivery. Her Master’s degree specializes in nursing education. And her doctoral work investigated the effect of early mobility on functional ability of stroke patients post-TPA. She has presented her work nationally on topics ranging from adult and pediatric stroke, creation of a neuro-intermediate unit, interprofessional education, innovative teaching strategies, simulation, and cultivating clinical reasoning. She has published on nurse preceptors and new graduate nurses’ transition into practice along with the impact of COVID-19 on new graduate nurses’ success. She is passionate about the promotion of neuroscience nursing and neurocritical care through involvement with the American Association of Neuroscience Nurses, including serving on the board of directors. 



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