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Health Literacy: Incorporating QSEN (Quality and Safety Education in Nursing) Competencies into a Senior Capstone Project and Paper

Posted by on Apr 13, 2011 in Teaching Strategies |

This is an integrative project that requires the student to connect and relate what they have learned throughout the nursing program. The product to be turned in is a paper that is scholarly, evidence based, and experiential. Two parts of the paper are turned in. The first part is scholarly and evidence based and can be turned in by the fourth week of the...

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Integration of QSEN competencies when designing simulation scenarios

Posted by on Jul 23, 2010 in Teaching Strategies |

Task analysis is a detailed examination of the knowledge, skills and attitudes (KSAs) that are essential to job performance and an important first step in the process of developing learning outcomes for simulation-based training. QSEN offered a detailed list of KSAs that are critical to the nursing profession. We used this information to design learning...

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Quality and Safety Education for Nurses: An Introduction to the Competencies and the Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes

Posted by on Apr 11, 2010 in Teaching Strategies |

This powerpoint presentation is a brief overview for individuals that are unfamiliar with the IOM/QSEN competencies and wish to introduce ideas that promote development of the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that support the competencies.  It includes direct links to helpful resources such as the First Touch web site, to Infection Control Bundles at...

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A template for simulation scenario development that incorporates QSEN competencies

Posted by on Jun 29, 2009 in Teaching Strategies |

Effective simulations engage students in realistic problems that require clinical data and decision-making, along with the opportunity to reflect on their practice. As interest in building simulation cases started to increase across our nursing faculty, it was felt that a design template would be useful to guide development and encourage incorporation of...

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