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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. 

Selected Topics

  • 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

Student Affairs

University of Kansas Medical Center
Student Affairs
Counseling and Educational Support Services
G116 Student Center
Mail Stop 4006
3901 Rainbow Boulevard
Kansas City, KS 66160
Phone: 913-588-6580
Fax: 913-588-6597