Below is a listing of the peer-reviewed teaching strategies published on our site. You can scroll through the listing or search the strategies by author, title, and keywords.

QSEN Teaching Strategies Coordinators

Nadine Marchi (June 2013-present)

Debbie Lindell (2012-2013)

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Professor Teaching Students
Title Submitter Organization Publish Date
Case Study for Classroom – Emergency Contraception with IUD at a College Health Clinic Kathleen Mullen Ocean County College 03-2015
Unfolding Case Study: Applying the QSEN Competencies to the Care of Patients with Parkinson’s Disease Gerry Altmiller The College of New Jersey 03-2015
Mr. Potato Head: A LEAN, Mean Quality Improvement Teaching Machine! Beth Murphy, MD University of Massachusetts Memorial Hospital and University of Massachusetts Medical School 11-2014
Clinical Integration of QSEN Competencies, Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes for Clinical Instructors and Preceptors in Operating Rooms Francesca A. M. Logterman University Hospitals Case Medical Center 09-2014
Test Taking Strategies Janine Messer Ohio University 09-2014
Writing Assignment Linking QSEN competencies with a Perioperative Clinical Experience Nicole Hall Margaret H. Rollins School of Nursing at Beebe Healthcare 08-2014
Enhancing Medication Safety in Clinical: A Video for Students and Nursing Faculty Kimberly Silver Dunker UMASS Graduate School of Nursing Worcester 07-2014
“QOO” Quality Observation Opportunity: Safely Floating a Student in Clinical Kimberly Silver Dunker UMASS Graduate School of Nursing Worcester 07-2014
Hand-off Strategies for Maternity (L&D/MBC) Clinical Practice: SBAR/Assessment Tools and More Effective Hand-off Timing Sue Mahley Research College of Nursing 06-2014
Introducing Beginning Pre-Licensure Baccalaureate Students to the QSEN Competencies Using a Round-Robin Teaching Strategy Elizabeth Murray Florida Gulf Coast University School of Nursing 06-2014