CNE from Events

STTI hosts numerous conferences. You can experience the sessions from these live events by selecting any of the topics listed below. These are available to anyone, anytime. Make your selection and you will be directed to the NKI shopping cart. Some of these courses are free to Members, to see which ones are please go to the Free for Members page.

27th International Nursing Research Congress 2016: Influencing Policy Through Generation of Research, Application of Knowledge and the Use of Social Networks

David C. Benton, PhD, MPhil, MSc, BSc, RGN, RMN, FFNF, FRCN, FAAN
The purpose of this presentation is to identify significant opportunities to influence nursing and health policy over the coming decade; describe the contribution that bibliometric and systematic reviews can play in influencing policy; and appreciate the role that social network analysis can play in leading research based change.
CNE Awarded: 2.3

27th International Nursing Research Congress 2016: Leading Global Health Research: Gift, Skill or Choice?

Hester C. Klopper, PhD, MBA, RN, RM, FANSA, FAAN
With millions of nurse practitioners and researchers around the globe, we have the wonderful opportunity to lead global health research. However, what we see in reality is pockets of excellence, but seldom the ability to influence policy and impact on practice. Now more than ever, we have the opportunity to develop and expand a global research agenda for nursing given the global challenges. This presentation will focus on innovative ways to lead global health research.
CNE Awarded: 2.2

27th International Nursing Research Congress 2016: Nurses and Midwives: Leaves No One Behind

Naeema Hasan Al Gasseer, PhD, RN, FAAN
Nurses and Midwives are key to the development goals and reaching people of all walks of lives. The 2030 Agenda declaration and Sustainable Development Goals will be presented taking into consideration the resilience needed at local level where nurses and midwives play a critical role. They are to translate the health goals leaving no one behind with focus on equity in meeting the targets beside contribute to the measurement and accountability framework through research.
CNE Awarded: 2.2

2015 Biennial Convention: Claiming an Area of Knowledge as Nursing Science to Improve the Health of Marginalized Populations

In this presentation from STTI's 43rd Biennial Convention, Jacquelyn Campbel addresses holistic responses, policy formation, and interdisciplinary science in violence victimization and trauma informed care.
CNE Awarded: 1.25

2015 Biennial Convention: In the Quest for Excellence: The Role of Nurse Leaders in the Post-MDG Era

In this presentation from STTI's 43rd Biennial Convention, Dr. Sheila Tlou shares reflections on her personal pursuit for excellence and leadership and how she has used those lessons to inspire leadership in the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals.
CNE Awarded: 1.5

2015 Biennial Convention: STTI As Edge Runner Through Serving Locally, Transforming Regionally, and Leading Globally

In this presentation from STTI's 43rd Biennial Convention, Hester Klopper shares details of the organization and the initiatives that have been supporting the call to action as STTI celebrates its achievements as members, chapters, and an organization as a whole.
CNE Awarded: 1.25

2015 International Nursing Research Congress: Developing and Leading a High Impact Clinical Research Centre

This presentation from the 2015 International Nursing Research Congress will provide practical, but also theoretically and empirically founded suggestions for developing clinical/academic partnerships for early career researchers and for developing high impact clinical research centers for established research leaders.
CNE Awarded: 1.2

2015 International Nursing Research Congress: International Research Collaboration

This presentation from the 2015 International Nursing Research Congress will focus on a description of pearls and pitfalls in international research collaboration.
CNE Awarded: 1.2

2015 International Nursing Research Congress: Leadership Practices to Achieve Better Outcomes for Patients and Providers

This presentation from the 2015 International Nursing Research Congress will discuss the imperative for leadership action, present the differential outcomes for patients and for nurses of various leadership styles by nurses in formal leadership positions. An emotional intelligence framework for leadership is used. Future challenges for nursing leadership are explored.
CNE Awarded: 1.2

Leadership Connection 2014 Poster Presentations

In this course, learners will be able to study the posters from Sigma Theta Tau International 2014 Leadership Connection.
CNE Awarded: 1.2

Leadership Connection 2014: Models of Leadership: A Panel Discussion

Karlene Kerfoot, PhD, RN, CNAA, FAAN; Carolyn Miller, MS; Marjorie Maurer, MSN, RN, NEA-BC; Kenneth W. Dion, PhD, MSN, MBA, RN
This plenary from Leadership Connection 2014 explains how leadership models are used in specific environments or situations. The four leadership styles of Transformational Leadership, K/P Leadership, Servant Leadership and Situational/Adaptive Leadership are discussed and compared.
CNE Awarded: 1.2

Leadership Connection 2014: Balancing Your Volunteer and Professional Passions

Patricia E. Thompson, EdD, RN, FAAN
In this plenary from Leadership Connection 2014, STTI CEO Patricia Thompson, EdD, RN, FAAN, shares the benefits of volunteering and how to balance those hours in your already busy schedule.
CNE Awarded: 1.2


Sigma Theta Tau International is accredited as a provider of continuing education for nurses (CNE) by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

Course authors attest that no relevant financial relationship exists between them and any commercial supporting entity which would present a conflict of interest or commercialize their presentation content.

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