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Accreditation Success: Steps to the Future
- Discuss measures of preparation related to an initial and reaccreditation visit.
- Elaborate on areas to focus on and helpful hints within the standards and criteria for a successful accreditation visit.
- Identify strategies to reduce stress and anxiety levels when preparing for the site visit.
Janet Tompkins McMahon, DNP, MSN, RN, ANEF
Janet Tompkins McMahon is a member of the nursing faculty of Towson University in Hagerstown, Maryland. She has over twenty years of teaching experience in nursing education. Janet has been elected by the National League for Nursing for the position of chair elect for the Evaluation and Learning Advisory Council in 2011-2013. In addition, she was appointed in 2011 to the District of Columbia/Maryland League for Nursing as a Board member and is President elect in 2012-2013.
In the field of nursing education, she is a nationally known inspirational speaker and consultant for continuing education programs in academia and nursing organizations across the US. Ms. McMahon has also authored, contributed and reviewed for various publishers and textbooks nationwide. She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International and received distinguished awards from the Penn State University and various nursing organizations.
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Margie B. Washnok, APRN, MS, DNP
Dr. Margie Barondeau Washnok has been a RN for over 35 years. She currently is a full-time nursing professor at Presentation College in Aberdeen, SD. She also teaches part-time with Walden University Online. She does consulting with NurseTim to assist nursing programs with their ACEN or CCNE Accreditation. Dr. Washnok has been an ACEN site visitor and have assisted with writing several ACEN & a CCNE Self-Study Report.
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