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Wolters Kluwer Showcases Lippincott Digital Education Solutions and Gets Closer to Our Customers at the National League for Nursing Education Summit

Our partnership with the National League for Nursing and Laerdal Medical has resulted in game changing innovations

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(RIVERWOODS, IL, September 24, 2014) ‒ ​​Over 1,600 Faculty and Nurse Educators attended the  National League for Nursing Education Summit last week. The P&E Nursing Education team was there to showcase how  Wolters Kluwer Health's partnership with the National League for Nursing and Laerdal Medical has resulted in game changing innovations that enable nursing students to succeed from the classroom to the bedside.

For more than 100 years, the  National League for Nursing (NLN) has been the premier organization for nurse faculty and leaders in nursing education. Wolters Kluwer's publishing partnership with the NLN began in 2011 and has since expanded into a joint collaboration with simulation market leader Laerdal Medical.

The Wolters Kluwer booth was buzzing with author appearances, presentations, and demonstrations of our integrated digital education solutions, including  vSim for Nursing – the virtual simulation solution that was the first joint venture between Wolters Kluwer, NLN, and Laerdal. We also took this opportunity to get closer to our customers by hosting dinners and focus groups to gain insight into topics including person-centered care, NCLEX success, curriculum transition, and helping students bridge the gap between education and practice.

Wolters Kluwer and Laerdal Medical sponsor the NLN Center for Academic and Clinical Transitions, which was created to address the inherent challenges ranging from new nurse orientation, to issues of a safe workplace culture, to exploration of best practices in helping transition nurses from the classroom to the bedside. The Center's inaugural program, Accelerating to Practice, will focus on driving new nurse practice competency. NLN leadership recognized the value of our partnership during the conference's opening session, plenary session on the National Council of State Boards of Nursing simulation study, and a special panel discussion led by NLN  vSim pilot participants. To learn more about our partnership, visit  www.thepoint.lww.com/nln.