Past Webinars

Exciting IFNA webinars about family nursing theory, practice, and research have been archived for your use. Listen to family nursing leaders share their ideas.  Use these IFNA audio webinars (approximately 1 hour in length) as an adjunct to your teaching. You and/or your students can access any previously offered webinar for a nominal fee. Individual viewing or group viewing, e.g., in a classroom, pay the same rate. Certificates of completion are available through IFNA if required. Please contact Debbie Zaparoni for more information: debbie@internationalfamilynursing.org

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  • Past Webinars

    Webinar – Expanding Simulation Strategies to Include a Focus on Family – FREE for IFNA Members

    Expanding Simulation Strategies to Include a Focus on Family Archived Viewing the archive is FREE for *IFNA Members, please send an email to Debbie@internationalfamilynursing.org. $15.00 for Non-members $15.00 for *IFNA Members wanting CE Credit Presented by Colleen Royle, EdD, MSN, RN Colleen has seven years of research and education expertise in simulation and serves as the Learning Resource Laboratory & Simulation Coordinator at the School of Nursing, Minnesota State University (MSU) in Mankato, Minnesota, USA.  Colleen and her MSU colleagues presented a pre- and … [Read More...]

    Curriculum Evaluation Using the IFNA Generalist Competencies for Family Nursing Practice

    Curriculum Evaluation Using the IFNA Position Statement on Generalist Competencies for Family Nursing Practice This Webinar was archived and available for viewing free of charge - click here Description Using a blueprint based on program evaluation theory, the program was assessed based on the key concepts identified in the IFNA Position Statement on Generalist Competencies for Family Nursing Practice. A survey instrument based on the five IFNA competencies was created and applied to each course in the program. In addition, lead faculty were surveyed. The program's philosophy, course … [Read More...]

    Mixed-Methods Synthesis Research: Strategies for Advancing Family Science

    Mixed-Methods Synthesis Research: Strategies for Advancing Family Science Kathleen A. Knafl, PhD, FAAN Frances Hill Fox Distinguished Professor Division of Family Nursing University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA Dr. Knafl, a sociologist who has spent her entire academic career in nursing, her research addresses family response childhood chronic conditions. For over 30 years she has taught family theory and research methods and mentored both faculty and students interested in family research. She has been a major contributor to the development of the Family Management Style … [Read More...]

    Tweet, Post & Chat: Maximizing Your Conference (IFNC12) Experience through the Use of Social Media

    FREE Archived WEBINAR Tweet, Post & Chat: Maximizing Your Conference (IFNC12) Experience through the Use of Social Media Archived webinar can now be accessed. Presenters: Wilma Schroeder MMFT, BN, RN, CAE, is co-chair of the IFNA Communications Committee. She is course leader of the Family Nursing course at Red River College in Winnipeg, Canada, and is passionate about encouraging students and nurses to “think family”. Wilma is a family therapist as well as a nurse educator, and uses social media to communicate with students as well as to disseminate family nursing & family health … [Read More...]

    “Writing A Winning Abstract”: IFNA archived webinar available for FREE ACCESS now

    The co-chairs of the IFNA Research Committee offered an IFNA webinar in September 2014 entitled, “Writing a Winning Abstract: A Walk through the Abstract Submission Process with our International Nursing Colleagues,” which was open to IFNA members and non-members.  This archived webinar is now available for FREE access. The Call for Abstracts for the 12th International Family Nursing Conference is open between October 1-November 24, 2014. The content of the Writing a Winning Abstract webinar includes: a brief introduction to the next IFNA conference, 2) nuts and bolts of abstracts, 3) … [Read More...]

    Webinar – Writing a Winning Abstract (FREE)

    (FREE Archived Webinar) "Writing a Winning Abstract: A Walk through the Abstract Submission Process with our International Nursing Colleagues" Click here to view the slides presented. Click here to view the archived webinar. June Horowitz, PhD, RN, FAAN Associate Dean for Graduate Programs and Research & Professor University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth North Dartmouth, Massachusetts USA     Helene Moriarty, PhD, RN, FAAN Professor Villanova University College of Nursing Villanova, Pennsylvania USA Nurse Researcher Philadelphia Veterans Affairs Medical … [Read More...]

    Webinar: Family Focused Nursing Practice

    Family Focused Nursing Practice Presented by Sharon A. Denham, DSN RN Dr. Denham has had varied clinical nursing experiences early in her career, but has been a faculty member and taught nursing at Ohio University for about 25 years. Her nursing doctorate is from the University of Alabama at Birmingham from which she was recognized as one of their 60 Visionary Leaders in 2010. She is now a Professor Emeritus from Ohio University, but has recently accepted a new position at Texas Woman’s University in Dallas, Texas as the Houston J. & Florence A. Doswell Endowed Chair in Nursing for … [Read More...]

    Webinar: Conceptual and Methodological Challenges of Family Research

    Conceptual and Methodological Challenges of Family Research Presented by Kathleen Knafl, PhD, FAAN Kathleen Knafl, PhD, FAAN is the Frances Hill Fox Distinguished Professor and Associate Dean for Research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she also teaches in the PhD program. Dr. Knafl’s research focuses on family management of childhood chronic illness. In collaboration with her colleagues Janet Deatrick and Agatha Gallo she developed the Family Management Style Framework, and has completed a series of studies funded by both public and private sources describing … [Read More...]

    Webinar: Practice Based Evidence in Family Nursing: What I’ve (only) Learned from Clinical Practice

    Practice Based Evidence in Family Nursing: What I've (only) Learned from Clinical Practice Presented by: Lorraine M. Wright, PhD RN Dr. Wright is an international lecturer, clinician, author, blogger, and consultant in family nursing and family therapy. She has presented in some 30 countries. Dr Wright is also Professor Emeritus of Nursing, University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada. She was the Director, Family Nursing Unit, University of Calgary for 20 years, a unique clinical and research unit for couples/families suffering with serious illness. Lorraine is also the author of 10 books … [Read More...]

    Webinar: Calgary Family Assessment Model (CFAM): What Has Evolved and Changed over 30 Years in Families, Practice and the Model

    Calgary Family Assessment Model (CFAM): What Has Evolved and Changed over 30 Years in Families, Practice and the Model Wednesday, May 8, 2013 9:00am - 10:00am EDT (New York) Presented by: Maureen Leahey, RN, PhD Dr. Leahey is a consultant, author, educator and clinician. She is the co-developer of the Calgary Family Assessment Model which has been adopted by many faculties and schools of nursing and hospital settings in over 26 countries. Maureen is co-author of five books including Nurses and Families: A Guide to Family Assessment and Intervention, sixth edition (2013). It has been … [Read More...]

    Webinar: Family Nursing Practice and Research with the Framework of Systemic Organization

    Family Nursing Practice and Research with the Framework of Systemic Organization Thursday, January 31, 2013 1:00pm EST (New York) Presented by: Marie-Luise Friedemann PhD, RN Marie-Luise Friedemann has developed the Framework of Systemic Organization as well as a family assessment instrument and theory-based treatment models. She has been working as a consultant in North and South America, and Europe, working with health care agencies that introduce theory-based methods of family nursing and with universities, individual faculty, and students who use the family assessment tool (translated … [Read More...]

    Webinar: Using a Family Perspective to Integrate Genomics into Nursing Curricula

    “Using a Family Perspective to Integrate Genomics into Nursing Curricula” Presented by Marcia Van Riper, RN, PhD Thursday, November 29, 2012 12:00 – 1:00pm (EST - New York) Marcia Van Riper RN, PhD, FAAN is a Professor at University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. She has a joint appointment in the School of Nursing and the Carolina Center for Genome Sciences. Dr. Van Riper has an ongoing program of research concerning families being tested for and living with genetic conditions. Dr. Van Riper has served as a consultant to many schools of nursing, guiding faculty in how to integrate genomics … [Read More...]

    Webinar: Using the Family Health Model for Clinical Assessments

    "Using the Family Health Model for Clinical Assessment and Nursing Interventions" Presented by Sharon Denham, DSN, RN Wednesday, June 27, 2012 2:00pm - 3:00pm (EST) or 7:00pm - 8:00pm (GMT) Dr. Denham is Professor Emerita at Ohio University’s School of Nursing. She is currently Project Director at the Center for Appalachian Philanthropy for a Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) funded project called Strengthening Communities to Prevent Diabetes in Rural Appalachia www.diabetesappalachia.net . This is the second year of a $2.5 million 5 year grant aimed at diabetes prevention … [Read More...]

    Webinar: Getting to the HEART of Family Nursing Interventions

    Janice M. Bell, RN, PhD, is devoted to bold, inspired efforts that transform practice with families. As the founding Editor of the Journal of Family Nursing (http://jfn.sagepub.com) and member of the Board of Directors of the International Family Nursing Association, Dr. Bell connects nurses to a community of scholars who share a passion for family-focused care. Website: http://www.janicembell.com Target Audience: Family nursing practitioners, educators, and researchers Programme / Event Description: The focus of this first IFNA webinar is to provide an introduction to the Biology of … [Read More...]