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This brief course will introduce you to Design Thinking, a proven process used to listen to customers, define problems to be solved, create ideas, prototypes, and test solutions.

The COVID-19 crisis has impacted the global workforce in unprecedented ways. In this presentation, the Walden University Career Services staff provides advice and support on how to cope—and thrive—during these changing times.

Dr. Wanda Gravett, academic coordinator for Walden’s MS in Human Resource Management program and CDC-trained epidemiologist, offers her insights on how HR managers can be most effective during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dr. Latanya Hughes, contributing faculty member in Walden's Master of Business Administration (MBA) program, offers advice on doing business during the coronavirus pandemic.

This course will focus on the critical appraisal and use of Telehealth in advanced nursing practice and the value it brings to addressing many critical healthcare issues including practice and access to care for all in various health care settings.

Telehealth services can help provide the right care, at the right place, at the right time. Join Dr. Virginia Moore, College of Nursing faculty member, as she explores what healthcare system leaders must consider in implementing telehealth services.

In the second of a three-part webinar, learn how your brick-and-mortar practice can expand to include telehealth. Among the topics covered are scope of practice, online prescribing, coverage and payment, patient privacy and security, and more.

In the third part of this series on telehealth, Dr. Virginia Moore explores telehealth innovations ahead, including virtual chronic disease management, a “hospital at home” model, expanding access to care for vulnerable populations, and more.

Fatigue is more than just tired. Persistent exhaustion adversely affects both the caregiver and patient care. Find out how nurses can protect their own well-being in a high-stress time.

For frontline healthcare workers, global can quickly become local. Find out why nurses need to understand how global health can impact their role in delivering care at the local level.

Martin Culberson, a Walden Doctor of Information Technology (DIT) student, teacher, and graduate assistant shares his wisdom from the K-12 classroom.   Know how to motivate kids at home and help them thrive.
Teacher burnout can be difficult to address because many of the stressors causing it are outside of an educator’s control. Dr. Crestie Smith, faculty member in Walden’s MS in Education program, provides practical tips for preventing teacher burnout.

A three-member panel of experienced educators will look beyond our current “new normal” and discuss finding better ways of delivering P-20 education in a post-COVID-19 time.

Mindfulness educator Sally Arnold explains how mindfulness can transform the culture of a classroom by improving focus, reducing stress, and increasing curiosity and compassion.