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) nxm195@case.edu

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Professor Teaching Students
Submission Title Submitter Organization Date
Using Evidence to Address Clinical Problems Pamela M. Ironside Indiana University School of Nursing Mar 30, 2007
Staff RN Perspective on Evidence Supporting Practice Dori Taylor Sullivan College of Education & Health Professions, Sacred Heart University Mar 30, 2007
Patient Safety Teaching Case – Wrong Patient Procedure Leslie W. Hall University of Missouri – Columbia Mar 30, 2007
Using Process Flow Charts to Improve Clinical Care Leslie W. Hall University of Missouri – Columbia Mar 30, 2007
Nurse-Physician Communication Exercise Leslie W. Hall University of Missouri – Columbia Mar 30, 2007
Student Interdisciplinary Team CQI Field Project Shirley M. Moore School of Nursing, Case Western Reserve University Mar 30, 2007
Interdisciplinary CQI Course Syllabus Shirley M. Moore School of Nursing, Case Western Reserve University Mar 30, 2007
Exploring the Complexity of Advocacy: Balancing Patient-Centered Care and Safety Pamela M. Ironside Indiana University School of Nursing Mar 30, 2007
Rapid Improvement Strategies: Slide Presentation Shirley M. Moore School of Nursing, Case Western Reserve University Mar 30, 2007