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Case Study for Classroom – Emergency Contraception with IUD at a College Health Clinic

Posted by on Mar 9, 2015 in Teaching Strategies |

This unfolding case study was developed as a group learning activity on contraception in a Nursing Care of the Childbearing Family course. Students were expected to prepare for class by reading the contraception content in the assigned textbook prior to class.  Previous courses in the program addressed sexually transmitted infections, and Behavioral...

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Unfolding Case Study: Applying the QSEN Competencies to the Care of Patients with Parkinson’s Disease

Posted by on Mar 4, 2015 in Teaching Strategies |

Students will be instructed to review information on Parkinson’s Disease prior to class by visiting the National Parkinson’s Disease website http://www.parkinson.org/parkinson-s-disease.aspx. This unfolding case study powerpoint presentation will be provided in class. Students will be encouraged to brainstorm to answer the questions as the case...

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Test Taking Strategies

Posted by on Sep 15, 2014 in Teaching Strategies |

It is apparent that there is a continual necessity to develop strategies to help engage the online learner and promote successful progression of their learning needs. For the purpose of this project, test-taking strategies are utilized in specific relation to becoming proficient in NCLEX style questions. The NCLEX review course is presented in either the...

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Writing Assignment Linking QSEN competencies with a Perioperative Clinical Experience

Posted by on Aug 12, 2014 in Teaching Strategies |

The purpose of this assignment is for the student to write a professional paper, utilize APA formatting, enhance understanding of hospital systems, and have the opportunity to reflect on a surgical experience from the patient’s perspective. First year nursing students are assigned a patient in the preoperative period and are expected to follow this patient...

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