Friday, January 22, 2015
AzAC Education-Practice Collaborative

1:00-3:00 PM
Chamberlain College of Nursing

Room 1202149 W Dunlap Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85021


via Conference Line   888-488-8880    #1940355958


The purpose of the small groups is to:

  1.  Identify the gaps in content delivery/education for each competency across the academic/practice continuum
  2. Create/restructure measurable objectives for the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (attitude) domains of learning so they align with a global approach that can be applied across all healthcare settings
  3. Create exemplars using best-practice approaches for the Arizona Nurse of the Future Statewide Pre-Licensure and Graduate Residency Program Curriculum Design
  4. Additional Consideration:  Development of an RN Coach (Preceptor)/Mentor Academy aligned with NOF competencies.

Expanding on the Massachusetts Nursing Core Competencies: Toolkit for Implementation in Education and Practice Settings, we will add the AZ exemplars and begin designing, developing and evaluating a curriculum that supports a seamless transition to practice for residency participants.


1:00-1:10: Attendance & Review of September 18, 2015 Meeting Minutes
1:10-1:30: Summary of Small Work Groups
1:30-2:00: Core Competency Toolkit-Discussion
2:00-2:15 ANCC Update-Statewide Residency Program
2:15-2:45 Exploratory Discussion on Curriculum Design Statewide Residency
2:45-3:00-Review of minutes, next steps


save the date brochure with agenda (PDF)

NOF competencies (PDF)

MAAC toolkit (PDF)


Arizona Action Coalition is part of the Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action, a nationwide movement to improve health and health care through nursing. The Campaign includes 51 Action Coalitions working to implement the recommendations from the landmark Institute of Medicine (IOM) report: The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health.


Campaign for Action Five-Year Celebration Video (Jan 2016)  – Arizona is featured in the group photo holding the AzAC sign. This image was taken during the first diversity mentorship workshop.

Launch Article June 2013