Bonnie Clipper, first vice president of innovation for the for the American Nurses Association, will speak on “Emerging Technology Impacting Nursing Practice” as the final guest speaker for the School of Nursing’s 85th Anniversary on Thursday, April 2, at 3:30 p.m., in Buckley Center Auditorium.
Clipper is the chief clinical officer at Wambi, a patient engagement and employee recognition platform aimed at empowering compassionate care, and is an expert in the nursing innovation space. She created the innovation framework that is inspiring 4 million registered nurses to participate in innovation to transform health. Her career spans more than 20 years in executive nursing roles and she is a top nurse influencer in LinkedIn. She speaks internationally on radical collaborations and the impact of emerging technologies on nursing practice.
A reception will follow in the President’s Boardroom in Bauccio Commons from 5 t0 7 p.m. Clipper will offer reflections of her visit and those who attend will have the opportunity to engage in conversation over light hors d’oeuvres. Please RSVP for the reception here. If you have any questions, please email Steven Arends at firstname.lastname@example.org.