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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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Focusing on QSEN competencies during high-fidelity simulation The role of the observers

Posted by on Jul 30, 2009 in Teaching Strategies |

Students enrolled in a complex adult health and illness course participate in a minimum of two high-fidelity simulations during their clinical rotations.  Each clinical group of 8-9 students rotates through the simulation with 4 actively participating in the simulation while the remaining 4-5 students function as observers.  The scenarios are...

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Little Room of Errors

Posted by on Jul 28, 2009 in Teaching Strategies |

The goal of this strategy is to allow students to identify as many errors or hazards in a patient environment. Prior to the clinical or laboratory experience, faculty “creates” a patient room that has errors or hazards. This room may have 1 side rail down, water on the floor, patient allergy band stating Morphine and Morphine ordered on an open medication...

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