AACN has launched the Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) learning module series, a free faculty development resource for nurse educators teaching in undergraduate programs.
Between 2010 and 2011, AACN led a faculty development effort linked to the national QSEN initiative funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. To build on AACN’s commitment to further disseminate the QSEN teaching strategies, AACN has launched six web-based learning modules focused on six core competencies:
- Patient-centered care
- Teamwork and collaboration
- Evidence-based practice (EBP)
- Quality improvement (QI)
These cutting edge, interactive learning modules are available to all nurse faculty in entry-level registered nursing programs and can be accessed through AACN’s collaboration community. Faculty will have the opportunity to earn American Nurses Credentialing Center contact hours for each QSEN competency learning module.
The collaboration community can be accessed by using the following information:
LOGIN ID: aacnnewmember
Upon entering the site for the first time, you will be prompted to create a new, unique ID and password once you have completed the registration process. For more information and additional assistance, please contact Faculty Programs Coordinator Courtney Geanetta at email@example.com.