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) email@example.com
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|Rapid Cycle Learning in Simulation- Utilizing a postpartum hemorrhage scenario||Randi Flexner||Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey||Apr 12, 2017|
|SAFETY Bundle Simulation Day||Randi Flexner||Rutgers,the State University of New Jersey||Feb 14, 2017|
|An Education Strategy Engaging Nursing Students in a Classroom and Hospital Interprofessional Patient Safety Experience||Beverly Capper||Case Western Reserve University Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing||Feb 7, 2017|
|QSEN TEACHING STRATEGY: USING AN AQUARIUM AND PUMP TO DEMONSTRATE CARDIAC FUNCTION||Katie Morales||Berry College||Feb 6, 2017|
|Using Beers Criteriato Prevent Medication Related Problems in Older Adults||Viki Saidleman||East Central University||Feb 6, 2017|
|Medication Administration Activity (Competency Assessment)||Terri Briggs||Mercy College of Nursing and Health Sciences – Southwest Baptist University||Feb 2, 2017|
|Time Out! QSENizing the Curriculum Requires Educating the Educator||Kristina Patterson||St. Petersburg College||Dec 19, 2016|
|Heath Informatics and Technology: Professional Responsibilities||Annette Peacock-Johnson||Saint Mary’s College||Dec 14, 2016|
|Tic Tac Toe ABGs: Interpretation and Patient Safety||Nancy Jaskowak Cresse||Rutgers University School of Nursing-Camden||Nov 28, 2016|
|Mind Mapping: An Active Classroom Learning Strategy||Annemarie Rosciano||Stony Brook University||Nov 8, 2016|