Technology and Telehealth Modalities in Nursing

The Northern New Jersey Black Nurses Association (NNJBNA), a Chapter of the National Black Nurses Association in collaboration Rutgers University College of Nursing - Center for Professional Development and Minority Nurse Leadership Institute, is holding a seminar for RNs.

photo-nurse hand on computerThe seminar focuses on the use of Technology and Telehealth Modalities in Nursing.

Energetic nurses who come to this seminar will have the opportunity to develop a plan for self improvement skills utilizing technology in the workplace and at home, use the World Wide Web to identify evidence-based strategies to enhance practice, and learn about the electronic health record. This is an interactive seminar which requires the use of a laptop or any other device to connect to the internet.

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The event will take place on Saturday, April 26, 2014 at Rutgers College of Nursing, Classroom 106 & the Dean’s Lounge, from 8: 30 AM to 1:00 PM. Three contact hours will be provided. The registration fee is $45 for RNs and $20 for students. This includes a continental breakfast.

As a nurse clinician, you would want to reserve your space at this dynamic event. Please use the link below to register. Registration is on the first come basis. Registration stops at 60 participants.


We look forward to seeing you at the seminar.

Welcome to the NNJBNA

As an affiliate chapter of the National Black Nurses Association, Inc., the Northern New Jersey Black Nurses Association (NNJBNA) is a professional nursing organization representing African American registered, licensed vocational/practical nurses, nursing students and retired nurses in Northern New Jersey.

physical-therapy-aa-femaleThe National Black Nurses Association, Inc. was founded in 1971 in response to concerns regarding the growing inequities in health care for African Americans and the lack of a voice from black nurses on their issues. The National Black Nurses Association's mission is to provide a forum for collective action by black nurses to investigate, define and advocate for the health care needs of African Americans and to implement strategies that ensure access to health care, equal to, or above health care standards of the larger society. NNJBNA and NBNA are committed to improving the quality of life of persons who share the African American heritage and other ethnic groups by:

  • building consumer knowledge and understanding of health care issues;
  • educating and mentoring registered nurses, licensed vocational/practical nurses, nursing students and retired nurses;
  • facilitating the professional development and career advancement of nurses in emerging healthcare systems; and,
  • promoting economic development of nurses through entrepreneurial and other business initiatives.

We are dedicated to improving the health of community-based African Americans through the provision of culturally competent, community-based programs.

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