Integration of Self and Practice (ISP) Series
Designed to supplement current curriculum, the program allows students to earn a certificate by participation in a set number of lectures during a school year.
What is Integration of Self and Practice?
The Integration of Self and Practice (ISP) Series is a collaborative endeavor between the University of Kansas School of Nursing and KU Medical Center's Counseling and Educational Support department. By participating in select lectures, students earn a certificate at the end of the program.
These lectures are advertised in-person and via email to N3 and N4 students. A topics list is provided to N3 and N4 students via email at the beginning of the semester. No registration required, but attendance is taken.
- Best Practices in Time Management
- Best Practices in Stress Management
- Secrets to Effective Test Taking
- Managing a Relationship through Nursing School
- Stepping Up Your Academic Game
- Getting and Staying in the Right "Headspace"
- Nutrition for Self-Care
- How to Party Like a Professional
- Refining your Cover Letter
- Getting The Job You Want
- Dynamic Burnout Prevention
- Diplomacy with Bosses, Co-Workers and Patients
- How to Study for the NCLEX