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Sex Trafficking and the Nursing Role: An Online Educational Module for Nurses

Posted by on Jan 28, 2014 in Teaching Strategies |

In order for nurses to confidently and successfully intervene when they find themselves in situations where trafficking is suspected, they must be educated.  I propose that utilizing the Sex Trafficking and the Nursing Role: An Online Educational Module for Nurses could be very beneficial in this endeavor. The module was developed to be learner-focused to...

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An Interactive Teaching Strategy Using I-SBAR-R to Improve Communication and Quality and Safety in Patient Care

Posted by on Jan 17, 2014 in Teaching Strategies |

This teaching strategy encourages practice with I-SBAR-R so that students can develop communication skills that are necessary for safe practice. The purpose of this strategy is to 1) promote the use of I-SBAR-R, 2) use I-SBAR-R to communicate with peers and health care providers and 3) evaluate the importance of communication for the quality and safety in...

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Nurse Leader Interview Assignment

Posted by on Aug 11, 2013 in Teaching Strategies |

Student assignment: • The student will interview a nurse leader (nurse manager, nurse leader, nurse administrator) during their capstone/preceptorship experience. • The student will write a synopsis of the answers provided in a paper. • The paper should be a minimum of 4 pages (no more than 5 pages), and be typed using size 12 font and double-spaced. • The...

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End-of-life Simulation

Posted by on Aug 8, 2013 in Teaching Strategies |

The End-of-Life (EOL) simulation occurs in a simulation lab and is intended to facilitate clinical correlation to oncology, palliative, and end-of-life content presented in the third semester classroom. Required pre-assignments are EOL lecture attendance or power point review, completion of Caring Conversations of Young Adults (2012), and review of the...

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Empowering students to create a safer clinical environment utilizing Evidence Based Practice

Posted by on Jul 2, 2013 in Teaching Strategies |

Evidence Base Practice Students will have experiential clinical learning that will require them to collaborate and work together as a team to identify an evidence-base practice issue in the clinical setting.  They will then assess the literature to further identify the evidence to support best clinical nursing practice. (Knowledge, Skills, Attitudes)...

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