Webinar June 12, 2024 – Supporting New Faculty Members: Onboarding Strategies

May 31, 2024

1 free contact hour of nursing professional development will be offered to those who attend the LIVE broadcast of the webinar.


Date: Wednesday, June 12
Time: 2:00-3:00pm Eastern

New Faculty need help! They are entering into an environment that has been in turmoil for the last couple of years. They need support. They need encouragement. They need teaching strategies and ideas to get them started in nursing education. This session will provide new faculty with concrete ways to ensure success in nursing education. It will also provide seasoned faculty with strategies to ensure they keep the new faculty, once they have been hired.

A recording of this webinar will be posted at a later date.  CE will not be available for recording viewers.


Kelly Simmons DNP, RN is the Concentration Program Director for the PhD Healthcare Leadership Administration and Healthcare Professions Education at Rocky Mountain University. She is also an Education Consultant with ATI Nursing Education. She served as the Academic Dean/Chief Academic Officer at the Christ College of Nursing and Health Sciences in Cincinnati, Ohio. She earned her DNP degree from Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama, her MSN degree from Northern Kentucky University, and her BSN degree from the University of Kentucky. Dr. Simmons has developed, taught, and directed both graduate and undergraduate nursing programs. Her areas of clinical expertise include critical care and post-anesthesia recovery. Dr. Simmons is a graduate of Leadership Northern Kentucky (2012), a member of the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, and the Chair of the Rosedale Green Board of Directors, Covington, KY. Areas of professional interest include nursing administration and program/curriculum development.


The Thought Leadership Series is made possible through the exclusive support of ATI, your partner in nursing education, every step of the way.



Access recorded webinars from this series in the OADN Resource Library.