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Dr. Melissa Harlan and Dr. Susan Miller describe their innovative evolving case studies. With these case studies, students progress through six phases, which simulate a clinical practice day. They used Excel to build the EMR for the case. There are multiple ways faculty can use these evolving case studies in their courses.…
 
At Villanova University, Dr. Ruth McDermott-Levy has developed learning opportunties for nursing students with immigrant groups. In this podcast you will learn about the outcomes students achieve from these experiences and benefits for immigrants and the community. Dr. McDermott-Levy and her team studied nursing students' self-efficacy in working w…
 
Prelicensure students struggle with developing clinical judgment skills. The National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) Clinical Judgment Model can be used in a simulation to promote critical thinking, clinical judgment, and decision making. This podcast with Dr. David Want presents a clinical scenario using the Model, focusing on the debr…
 
This podcast with Dr. Katie Vanderzwan discusses 2 innovative curricular approaches implemented on the basis of Bloom's taxonomy to teach handoff education: experiential and virtual. The outcomes of the 2 curricular innovations were evaluated for handoff completion, accuracy, and quality, based on context. Communication, interprofessional collabora…
 
It is time consuming for nurse educators to provide feedback to students on drafts of their papers especially with large classes. Learn about a peer review activity in which students provide asynchronous online feedback to a peer on a written assignment. This strategy was developed and evaluated by Drs. Lynn Brown and Amy Cicchino, who share their …
 
Test item construction and analysis are always challenging for nursing faculty. Next generation NCLEX (NGN) requires graduates to think critically and use clinical judgment to identify safe, quality care. This podcast with Dr. Desiree Hensel presents strategies that nurse educators can use to create test items that prepare students for NGN.…
 
In this podcast, Drs. Hays and Kruse describe how they integrated the standardized National HIV Curriculum (free for faculty and students) in their NP program. They also studied the effects of integrating the 6 core competencies from the HIV Curriculum on NP students' perceived knowledge about HIV care.…
 
The average student has an attention span of approximately 10 to 15 minutes, requiring teachers to use active and engaging strategies to help learners think critically. This podcast with Dr. Jake Bush presents concepts that are critical to engage students in active learning. An emphasis is placed on the importance of using a flipped classroom to pr…
 
Clinical sites are increasingly difficult to secure due to shorter hospital stays, increased clinical site competition, and limited availability of practicum sites. Little is known about the use of schools for a pediatric clinical practicum. Using schools is thought to be a common practice, but findings of a national survey suggest otherwise. This …
 
Learn some new teaching strategies to link environmental issues to vulnerable populations. Jordan Ferris and Dr. Heidi Johnston present a number of innovative teaching methods to help students make these important connections. One of the strategies they use is ecological mapping. Learn more about this strategy in the podcast.…
 
Contemporary health care environments require a diverse nursing workforce. This podcast with Drs. Mokel and Ro presents the results of an integrative research review about underrepresented faculty in schools of nursing. They discuss the importance of effective communication, role modeling, intentional presence, and mentoring. Nursing programs need …
 
Nursing students often experience overwhelming stress and anxiety that stems from the rigor of their nursing program and work and personal responsibilities. This podcast with Dr. Hollis Franco presents strategies that reduce stress using mindfulness. Mindfulness is an intentional process of self-management and can be applied in any context. Mindful…
 
In this podcast with Dr. Michelle Freeman and Susan Dennison (University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada), you will learn about the school's medication incident reporting system. The authors explain why they focused on near misses, present the types and extent of near-miss medication errors made by students, and provide examples of these incidents. The…
 
If you need support for using technology in your courses, listen to this podcast with Katie Peterson and Kristina Fogelson. They pioneered a new role: E-Champion. E-Champions are unpaid student volunteers enrolled in the courses they support who (1) develop and share expertise of hardware and technology applications; (2) collaborate with faculty, s…
 
Dean Maria Shirey and Drs. Whitney Pollio and Lynn Nichols describe their primary care nursing course for prelicensure students and the strategies they integrated in the course to build students' resiliency skills. Their goal is to prepare a resilient primary care RN workforce. Learn how they integrated resiliency training in their curriculum, prov…
 
Nurse educators are called to engage students in learning activities in class, online, clinical, and simulation. This podcast with Dr. Kathleen Rhodes presents a high impact teaching strategy that requires students to use clinical reasoning and decision-making while correlating patient-centered data to verbalize a rationale why answers to a scenari…
 
Telehealth has moved to the global forefront as an effective solution to address health care needs during the pandemic and currently. This podcast with Ms. Nancy Ochs presents one school of nursing’s integration of a telehealth simulation with communication, critical thinking, clinical reasoning, interprofessional collaboration, and relationship-bu…
 
Michelle Cullen (Faculty of Nursing) and Patrick Kelly (instructional designer at the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning), University of Calgary, discuss using a team charter to promote students' development of leadership skills and team functioning. They describe how they incorporated a team charter into their course and the benefits for g…
 
Heather Walsh, from Children's National Hospital, describes their academic-practice partnerships that provide pediatric virtual learning opportunities for nursing students from affiliate schools. She also discusses how the hospital and hospital-based nurse educators bridge the transition to practice gap for new graduate nurses.…
 
Dr. Kelli Garber describes the current state of telehealth as a method of care delivery, why telehealth education is important, and strategies for integrating telehealth in APRN programs. She also presents the outcomes of her study on the impact of different types of telehealth education on provider experience and adoption. Don't miss this podcast!…
 
Advanced practice nursing students need high-impact learning activities that promote critical thinking and clinical reasoning. “Teach the Teacher” is a strategy that engages students in active learning with a strong focus on peer feedback. Students build upon each other’s creative project to enhance critical thinking while providing peers with mean…
 
Faculty reversed the conventional virtual reality (VR) approach to orient students to a new simulation platform in the School of Nursing. The technique necessitated 2 instructors to don headsets and play the role of nurses while students directed care for patients and family members. In this podcast, Bethany Cieslowski, DNP, RN, discusses the outco…
 
There is a shortage of males holding faculty positions in schools of nursing. Minimal research has been conducted to address this shortage. In this podcast, Dr. Mark Hand presents the results of a study that identified factors associated with the recruitment and retention of male faculty members into nursing academia. The study also identified fact…
 
Distance and hybrid learning require innovative teaching methods to help educators deliver simulation-based learning strategies and promote students’ critical thinking, clinical reasoning, and decision-making. One strategy is telepresence. This strategy allows for physically present and telepresent participation and facilitates innovative delivery …
 
An important role of the nurse is to implement high-quality palliative care through the life span and at the end of life. The AACN New Essentials require BSN programs to integrate teaching and learning experiences on palliative, supportive, and hospice care. In this podcast, Dr. Zainab Osakwe presents key points that BSN curricula should include to…
 
Faculty in the classroom and clinical setting need innovative pedagogies to help novice students learn the nursing process. This podcast with Dr. Deborah Byrne presents an innovative strategy using a television documentary to help students learn the steps of the nursing process, assessment of the patient, and application and analysis of patient-cen…
 
Dr. Bethany Robertson explains how faculty in her school of nursing systematically integrated social determinants of health in their prelicensure program. She discusses why this is important to do, successful approaches, and barriers to integration of these concepts in a nursing curriculum.
 
Technology has changed the way effective teachers reach, inspire, engage, and motivate students. Nearpod technology is a way for nurse educators to connect their presentations to students’ mobile devices in a face-to-face or online classroom. Dr. Susan Kelly explains how she uses Nearpod in her pathophysiology nursing course to help students learn …
 
Quantifying nursing faculty workload is essential to ensuring faculty satisfaction while balancing the fiscal aspects of a school of nursing. This podcast with Dr. Ludwig-Beymer presents a new nursing faculty workload model that resulted from the work of a task force collaborating with the faculty organization and having strong administrative suppo…
 
Embracing a culture of safety is critical in the practice setting. This podcast with Dr. Kristi Miller presents the results of a study that helps students embrace a culture of safety in the administration of medications. The results can be generalized to other nursing contexts to promote safety.
 
In this podcast, Dr. Bernard describes how his school of nursing initiated a civility team as a strategy to celebrate the achievements of faculty and prevent incivility. He explains why nursing programs should have civility policies. Learn how to start a civility team in your school.
 
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