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International Nursing Science Conference

August 21-23, 2023 | London, UK

August 21 -23, 2023 | London, UK
Nursing Science 2023

Daryle Wane

Daryle Wane, Speaker at Nursing Science Conferences 2023
Pasco-Hernando State College, United States
Title : Relevance of clinical practice in nursing education


Engaging students and faculty in nursing education is a complex process impacted by multiple factors including but not limited to knowledge, experience, work, family, passion, commitment, and societal constraints. Combine that with changes in technology and we have had to adapt how we learn, treat and care for our patients. This has challenged us to find new ways to make nursing education not only timely but relevant. Research continues to show us that the need for nurses continues to increase but we are still lagging in how best to train and educate these individuals. The age of many practicing nurses and nursing faculty have reached retirement age and we need to look towards the future of both student and faculty to continue the professional growth of this discipline. The “nursing student” has changed and we as nursing faculty must incorporate the relevance of clinical practice in nursing education to help promote the discipline of nursing science. We will look at the emerging roles of nursing students and nursing faculty in the present day and how they have been impacted by the health pandemic. Then we will focus on the importance of making clinical practice relevant in the educational setting. Lastly, we will focus on learning engagement methods that can be used to promote relevance of clinical practice in nursing education.


Dr. Wane has a PhD in Nursing Science as well as a master’s degree from University of South Florida and is a Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She also has undergraduate degrees in Nutrition and Nursing from Brooklyn College and Downstate Medical Center College of Nursing. Dr. Wane is the BSN Program director at Pasco-Hernando State College. She has published numerous supplements in textbooks as well as journal articles and has been serving as an editorial board member and peer reviewer for several journal publications. She is also a member of Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor society.