Virtual- Zoom Meeting

Engaging Critical Thinking Through Case Studies - 2023

Event Starts: 6/1/2023 9:00 AM

Event Ends: 6/1/2023 3:30 PM

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Engaging Critical Thinking through Case Studies

Thursday, June 1, 2023
9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. CT

Please note: We request that each participant participate from his/her own computer, and use a webcam. This will allow you to participate in the breakout group discussions that are an important part of the learning experience.

Registration Deadline: May 11th


RWHC Member & Affiliate Member:
$175 per person

Non-RWHC Member:
$210 per person

Fee includes program handouts. .

  0.6 CEUs


RWHC is approved as a provider of continuing health education by the Wisconsin Society for Healthcare Education and Training (WISHET). RWHC designates this activity for up to 6 contact hours (0.6 CEUs) of continuing education for allied health professionals.


Cella Janisch-Hartline

Cella Janisch-Hartline, RN, BSN, PCC Professional Certified Coach, is the Nursing Leadership Senior Manager for Rural WI Health Cooperative (RWHC). Cella brings her experience from over 40 years in various rural healthcare leadership positions to her work as she combines her passion for nursing, leadership, coaching and teaching. Named the 2018 Outstanding Educator through the National Rural Health Association, she engages healthcare participants across the country with her humorous, action-oriented and compassionate approach.

Target Audience:
All nurse disciplines and other direct line caregivers (i.e. respiratory care, CNAs, care technicians)

Program Description: 
The ability to use critical thinking at the bedside is essential to the delivery of exceptional patient care. Through the use of simulation activities, this workshop is designed to help the learner think through various case studies across the age span, while determining priorities of care, the reasoning behind the priorities through high level questioning/synthesizing techniques while reinforcing anatomy and physiology considerations to integrate into clinical practice in attempts to avoid failure to rescue outcomes.

Program Objectives: Participants will be able to:

  • Explore the definitions of critical thinking through high-level questioning techniques
  • Determine the priorities of care through high level thinking activities for various patient cases experiencing signs and symptoms of failure to rescue across the age continuum
  • Reinforce anatomy and physiology considerations to the various case scenarios

Visit the RWHC Clinical Series web page to view all our class offerings.