May 24
Wednesday, May 24, 2023 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Zoom

Join VOYCE and hear directly from nursing experts about the different levels of nurses in long-term care. This includes information about their training requirements, day-to-day work in long-term care, career growth opportunities, and longevity. The webinar will provide supportive staff approaches and explore how mentorship can encourage professional development and morale.

The cost is $25.00 to attend this presentation. CEUs are offered for Nursing Home Administrators.


Jackie Brooks, Chief Administrative Officer, Bell-Brown Medical Institute

Jacqueline Brooks holds two Masters Degrees: Masters in Organizational Education and a Masters in Industrial-Organizational Psychology. She has fifteen years of solid management expertise with proficiency in curriculum development and management, educational leadership, staff development, budgeting, student diversity, and strategic planning.

Susan Elliott, DNP, APRN, FNP-C 

Susan has been practicing as a board-certified Nurse Practitioner at St. Louis University School of Medicine in the Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Geriatric Medicine, now referred to as SLUCare Physicians Group – SSM Health Care, for the past five years. She sees older adults in the capacity of primary care provider and geriatric specialist in the outpatient clinic setting, and as an on-site provider in post-acute long-term care facilities, skilled nursing facilities, and assisted living facilities. Her foci include identifying and treating geriatric syndromes, dementia, potentially inappropriate medications and polypharmacy as well as treating acute and chronic problems in context of goals of care. Susan values education and evidence-based practice, and is an Adjunct Instructor at St. Louis University in the Division of Geriatrics where her duties include teaching as part of the HRSA funded Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program to increase knowledge in both the academic and community setting to improve the health of older adults in Missouri. Currently she is partnering with the University of Missouri’s Telehealth Network as a hub-team member of the Post-Acute & Long-Term Care Echo – an online platform to provide best practice initiatives to facilities state-wide. She has continued to work closely with the University of Missouri, Sinclair School of Nursing as an Adjunct Professor in the graduate nursing program since 2021.