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Teaching Strategies

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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Submission Title Submitter Organization Date
Patient Teaching and Safety: Exploring Health Literacy Judy Young Indiana University School of Nursing Jul 30, 2007
Exploring the Complexity of Advocacy: Balancing Patient-Centered Care and Safety Pamela M. Ironside Indiana University School of Nursing Jul 30, 2007
Staff RN Perspective on Evidence Supporting Practice Dori Taylor Sullivan College of Education & Health Professions, Sacred Heart University Jul 30, 2007
Patient Safety Teaching Case – Wrong Patient Procedure Leslie W. Hall University of Missouri – Columbia Jul 30, 2007
Using Process Flow Charts to Improve Clinical Care Leslie W. Hall University of Missouri – Columbia Jul 30, 2007
Communication Picture Exercise Carol F. Durham UNC-Chapel Hill School of Nursing Jul 25, 2007
Website Evaluation Exercise Lisa Day UCSF, School of Nursing, Dept. of Physiological Nursing Jul 17, 2007
Patient-centered care: Kleinman's Mini-Ethnography Lisa Day UCSF, School of Nursing, Dept. of Physiological Nursing Jul 17, 2007
Evidence-Based Practice Course Application Strategy Elizabeth Kudzma Curry College Jul 14, 2007
Basic Pharmacology in Nursing Practice Competency Exam Carol F. Durham UNC-Chapel Hill School of Nursing Jul 11, 2007