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VCU Transfer Presentation

Transcript: VCU Transfer Presentation Amanda Latham, M.P.A Initiative MINDSET Model Navigating Direction MINDSET Model Motivation Expectations Time Management Study Skills Transfer Student Population 1,911 transfer students enrolled in 2017 Why are transfer students unique? Transfer Students as a Unique Population: "Transfer students do not want to be treated like freshman, but their lack of knowledge about how their institution functions often means that this is how they end up feeling anyway." (Townsend & Wilson, 2006) What are the barriers to transfer student success? Institutional barriers Academic and University adjustments Transfer shock Sense of belonging Barriers to Success: Life Cycle of a Student Prospective Student/ Application Orientation 1st Year at VCU Life Cycle of a Transfer Student Continuing Education at VCU Pre- VCU Prospective Student Challenges: Difficulty navigating the transfer process Program misalignment/ non- transfer of credits Resource limitations of community colleges How to help: Program maps or "program pathways" Increased partnerships with VCCS advisors Visits with community colleges for transcript audits and pre-advising VCU Transfer Center Motivation Initiative Navigating Direction Study Skills Expectations Time Management Orientation Orientation Challenges: Adjusting to a new institution and campus culture How to progress in chosen major How to help: Transfer Student Orientation Interaction with former transfer students Assistance through administrative adjustments Advising for course selection Motivation Initiative Navigating Direction Study Skills Expectations Time Management 1st Year at VCU 1st Year at VCU Challenges: Transfer Shock Adjusting to course expectations Introduction to major courses Finding and using resources on campus How to help: UNIV 101 Monitoring student progress and targeted interventions Transition Leaders & Phi Alpha Kappa Transfer Society Transfer-specific events Motivation Initiative Navigating Direction Study Skills Expectations Time Management Cont. Education Continuing Education to VCU Challenges: Sense of belonging at VCU Course progression and graduation How to help: Student Activities and Involvement Tau Sigma National Honor Society Cary Street Gym & intramurals Richmond area events Study abroad, research opportunities and internships Professional networking Motivation Initiative Navigating Direction Study Skills Expectations Time Management Conclusion References References: 1.​ Lewis, P. (2013, May). Transfer and transition: The challenges faced by transfer students and service best practices. Retrieved April, 2018, from - Literature Review_0.pdf 2. Fact Book - Student Census Reports (Rep.). (2017, October). Retrieved April, 2018, from The Office of Planning and Decision Support website: 3. Townsend, B. & Wilson, K. (2006). “A hand hold for a little bit”: Factors facilitating the success of community college transfer students to a large research university. Journal of College Student Development, 47(4), pp. 439~456. 4. Jacobson, Trudi E.; Delano, John W. PhD; Krzykowski, Linda; Garafola, Laurie; Nyman, Meghan; and Barker, Holly, "Transfer student analysis and retention: a collaborative endeavor" (2017). University Libraries Faculty Scholarship. 100. 5. Wyner, J., Deane, K., Jenkins, D., & Fink, J. (2016). The Transfer Playbook: Essential Practices for Two- and Four- Year Colleges (Rep.). Retrieved April 29, 2018, from The Aspen Institute website: Pictures: 1. Questions? Questions?

VCU Final Presentation

Transcript: Thank you! Courses to take on the way to becoming a CNNP Once I have completed all schooling, I plan to travel with a group of nurses to different third world countries that are: lacking clean & running water poverty-stricken underdeveloped Provide the best care to those in need Nursing in developing countries is something I have a passion to do More than 1.3 billion people across the world lack access to basic healthcare services Deliver babies Treat ill babies & children I feel as though I would make an excellent NNP because as clarified by Holland Inventory, I am a very social person Talking to others is something I do very well I enjoy helping and caring for others Holland Inventory suggested that Midwife and Family Health Nurse are careers I would enjoy and succeed in I want to be able to start a family and not be in school for half of my life I want one on one patient care all the time and doctors do not get that opportunity as much as nurses do The Beginning Started high school thinking I wanted to be a Sports Medicine Doctor Went to Physical Therapy for a year which influenced my decision Lost interest and sparked a new interest in Women's Health Realized working with babies is something I loved Shadowed and volunteered at an OBGYN, fell in love Realized OBGYN was not for me Coursework Ariana Speight Why do I want to be a neonatal nurse practitioner (CNNP)? What will I do to achieve my career goals? Anatomy & Physiology Patient Assessment Neonatal Pharmacology Infant Pathophysiology Advanced Neonatal Nursing Health, Finance & Economics Advanced Nursing Synthesis Chemistry & Biology Statistics Microbiology Genetics Foreign Language Working with babies and children is something I have always enjoyed and I want to be able to treat ill patients while providing the best care I want the opportunity to connect with patients that doctors may not have Babysitting has always been on of my favorite things to do Desire to care for others and positively impact the patient and their families Being a nurse is rewarding because there is something different everyday and there are new challenges to face Life as a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner (CNNP) What career do I want to pursue? Bachelor of Science in Nursing Licensed to practice as an RN for 1-2 years to gain experience Take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCELX-RN) to become a certified nurse practitioner Master of Science in Nursing from an advanced neonatal nursing program Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) or Doctor of Nursing (DN) Neonatal Nurse Practitioner (CNNP) advanced practice nurses that care for premature newborns or newborns in poor health typically in the NICU of a hospital, emergency rooms, delivery rooms, or specialty clinics NNPs typically hold a master's degree, a registered nursing (RN) license and nurse practitioner certification Neonatology How will I get involved? VCU Final Presentation Having the opportunity to do dental simulations, and perform CPR was something I really enjoyed because we got to experience what it was like to be in the medical field. It was great to hear about the field of Exercise Science, and the interesting careers to learn about. Education What I learned from this class & my mentor Video It was an amazing opportunity to have hands on experiences with specimen. Want to be a member of clubs and a part of extracurricular activities that will benefit me academically and personally Greek life Academic, nursing sorority Chi Eta Phi Sorority-registered professional nurses and student nurses sorority Yoga with campus recreation Healthcare club Community Service club Women's or mixed singing group Leadership clubs Faith-based club Club or intramural sports Why do I want to be a neonatal nurse practitioner (CNNP)? Community service Starting in high school, continuing in college and nursing school On and off campus Shadowing in Hospitals to gain experience NICU Maternal/Newborn wards Maintain beneficial study skills Never procrastinate Set goals for yourself Work hard for your goals and aspirations I desire to be involved in activities that contribute to my success as a college student and future nurse Never procrastinate Always plan ahead and be prepared Visit schools you are interested in to familiarize yourself with the campus and student life Research early Know your options choose a major/career you will enjoy Get help and always ask questions Stay involved Shadow & Volunteer 62 ECG bpm

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Transcript: Agenda: Introduction The Challenges The Approach Phase Break Out Timeline Approval Release of $400K HW & Software Release of $200K project costs Reallocation of internal staff Contract 2 individuals for project Phase 1 Approval Intercept Management Manageable Implementations Big bang is not Feasible Project resources are limited Reap benefits with key systems replacement earlier Users have time to acclimate to new business processes Employer audits Tax Rate Calculation Timeline Document Management Does not require extensive legacy interfaces. Standard COTS implementation Requires only 6 months 20% efficiency gain in claims processing Reduction in Expenses Employer Billing/Charging Claims Intake Funding Core Processes Phase 1 Cost: 3 FTEs 2 IT contractors 25% Central Records Manager 25% Central Records Operator $400K HW & Software Purchases $200K project costs Phase 1 Benefit Reduction of 6 staff FTE's SW & HW support costs $280K/yr The Approach Partner with a vendor Leverage another states foundation Replace with our business Rules Reengineer business processes that make sense Reengineer system components to meet our needs Claimant Account Maintenance 4 Overpayment Management Employer Registration Business of the Agency Job Seeker and Employer Services Labor Market Information Unemployment Insurance (UI) 5 Document Management Dollar$ & Sense UI Modernization 3 Employer Account maintenance Adjudication PHASED APPROACH 0 3 6 9 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 33 36 Reemployment services Funding Ancillary Processes Claims Back Office Document Management Receivables Data bridge to legacy Employer Collections 2 1 Payables Recommendation for Approval

VCU Presentation

Transcript: My Building Blocks Of Becoming an Obstetrician By: Tivonia Cole High School: AP chemistry Human Anatomy and Physiology Physics Why the same? Holland Inventory Throughout this whole school year and learning new professions I never knew existed, I still want to be an OB/GYN. I decided being an OB/GYN, because the whole process of labor and delivery has fascinated me since middle school. My mom even let me watch my brother's birth, where I was able to shadow the doctor the whole time. Obstetrics Clubs and Courses Why Obstetrics? Extra Curricular: Finally Thank you everyone at VCU for everything you have done for us!! Same Old Dream My Mentor and Labs College: Fun clubs to relieve stress Women's Health Nursing Group Before I knew anything Courses: College: Biology General chemistry Organic chemistry Anatomy Genetics Some study skills I have learned to do is not procrastinate and get things done as early as possible. Also, stay organized by using agendas or the calander on my phone so I can recieve notificatins and not forget any dates for any assignments. In elementary school I used to want to be an animal breeder and make new species like Ligers and Mules. I loved animals and liked the fact that animals can carry babies just like humans. I will do four years in college at either CNU or University of Maryland. I plan to major in chemistry but also take the pre-med advising track. I will take my MCAT during my junior year so I can actually get into medical school. Then I will go to medical school for additional four years at Emory University. My fourth year of medical school I want to apply for my residency where I will go to Texas or Virginia for four more years. My mentor, Blanton, has been so helpful to me. She always helped me when I needed it or was confused about a certain subject. My College Life High School: Spanish Club National Beta Club HOSA Club National Honors Society Shadowing doctors I learned so much and I was actually interested in some of the professions showed to us, but Obstetrics is still where my heart is. I love babies and the feeling of helping a mother give life to her new child successfully warms my heart, or the feeling of helping a woman get rid of her breast cancer is remarkable. Study Skills In high school and college I will finish my four years of residency and start my life as an Obstetrician in 2030. Old Dream I also enjoyed the labs we got to do at VCU, there was a lot of hands on activity which made it fun and educational at the same time. My favorite was when we sutured the pig's foot and I compared that to obstetrics because some women have C-sections and I would have to stitch up the stomach. The Holland Inventory coded me as a I= investigative S= social A= artistic. They matched me with Hopsitalist, Neuropsychologist, and Preventive Medicine Physician. According to the system an Obstetrician is coded IRS, so I was only one step away from that occupation. When I first started this class I wanted to be an OB/GYN. I never even considered any of the other health professions or even knew that there are so many professions in the medical field until this year where I learned that there is a doctor and nurse for basically everything Obstetrics- the branch of medicine and surgery concerned with childbirth and the care of women giving birth. Gynecologist- branch of physiology and medicine that deals with the functions and diseases specific to women and girls

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