“O’Connor” Lecturer Offers Free Nursing Education Class

In November, Dr. Teresa “Tese” M. Stephens presented “Life on Purpose: The Gift of a Resilient Mindset” for Hartwick’s O’Connor Chair Lecture.Tese Stephens Stephens is a nurse educator, researcher, and consultant with more than 35 years of experience in both practice and academic settings, holding positions from adjunct faculty to dean.

Now, she is making available at no cost to all Hartwick nursing students, faculty, and staff her virtual, self-paced RN P.R.E.P. (Personal Resilience Enhancement Plan) course. Designed specifically for nursing students, new graduate nurses, and professional nurses, the course promotes professional fulfillment and personal well-being through enhanced personal resilience.

This continuing education course will go live on January 17, and can be started and completed at your own pace. Visit the RN-P.R.E.P. website for more information or to register, or contact Clinical Assistant Professor of Nursing Lisa Depperman with questions at deppermanl@hartwick.edu.

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