Walden University has a variety of webinars, articles and content to help you navigate your career, learning and mental health.
LaQueshia Jeffries, a special educator with Fairfax County Public Schools, Lauren Snider Thompson, assistant instructor at the University of Pennsylvania, and Dr. Kisha Walker, an academic coordinator at Walden University, discuss teacher burnout: its causes, progression and effects on teachers, students and schools.Obtain Contact Hour(s)
Nurses can receive one contact hour for each of the following webinars and completing the evaluation. Walden University is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Centers Commission on Accreditation.Stress Management: Self-Care for Nurses
Stress management is one of the most important self-care techniques that nurses can practice. Dr. Debra Rose Wilson offers effective stress management strategies and insights into the connection between stress and health.
Pamela Spivey, an APRN and consultant for nurse leadership development, describes how nurses can build individual resilience and how to incorporate these strategies into the workplace.
Nurses are so invested in caring for others that it’s easy for them to forget about their own needs. Walden faculty member Dr. Robin Squellati offers guidance on how nurses can recharge physically, mentally and spiritually.
Nurses are on the frontline bearing the brunt of caring for patients, sometimes without the protective gear they need and with an influx of critical patients. Dr. Judi Kuric, academic coordinator for Walden's Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program, Dr. Diane Whitehead, senior core faculty member in Walden's Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program, and Dr. Betty Kohal, founder of Mental Health Nursing Services, discusses the role of the nurse in the global COVID-19 pandemic and provides helpful tips and lessons.
Dr. Mary Bemker-Page, core faculty member in Walden’s Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program, talks about strategies clinical nurses can use to build resiliency and enhance compassion satisfaction and professional quality of life.
Dr. Aimee Ferraro, epidemiologist and senior core faculty member in Walden’s Master of Public Health program, discusses the importance of public health during pandemics like the novel coronavirus.
Dr. Wanda Gravett, academic coordinator for Walden’s MS in Human Resource Management program and CDC-trained epidemiologist, offers her insights on how HR managers can be most effective during the COVID-19 pandemic.
With children at home and online more than ever, review some important tips for internet safe practices.
Dr. Kisha Walker, academic coordinator of Walden’s Master of Arts in Teaching program, shares strategies to support teachers and aid retention throughout the COVID-19 crisis.
Teaching is a rewarding yet challenging profession— and sometimes those challenges can lead to burnout. Find out how to spot teacher burnout and how to prevent it.
Teacher burnout can be difficult to address because many of the stressors causing it are outside of an educator’s control. Dr. Crestie Smith, faculty member in Walden’s MS in Education program, provides practical tips for preventing teacher burnout.
Dr. Stacy Ness, program director for Walden's MS in Early Childhood Studies, shares insights about transitioning to homeschooling during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Families around the world are adjusting to the new normal of remote schooling. Dr. Monique Lynch, program director for Walden’s MS in Education (MSEd), offers valuable tips for the transition.
Dr. Bruce Huang, core faculty member in Walden's Master of Business Administration (MBA) program, discusses the importance of resiliency, speed and transparency in times of crisis. He provides tips on the best way to lead and manage business during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Latanya Hughes, contributing faculty member in Walden's Master of Business Administration (MBA) program, offers advice on doing business during the coronavirus pandemic.
Dr. Steve Canipe, associate dean in Walden's Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership, provides tips on how teachers can expand students’ horizons with the help of virtual field trips.
Dr. Rebecca Cowan, core faculty member in Walden’s MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program, provides mental health tips to help families struggling with anxiety during the coronavirus pandemic.
Walden faculty members Dr. Natalie Casale, Dr. Cheryl Lentz, Dr. Stephanie J.W. Ford and Dr. Nina Spadaro use their decades of experience in online teaching to provide helpful tips on how to transition from teaching in the classroom to teaching virtually. Proceeds from the book benefit Feeding America.