Below is a listing of the peer-reviewed teaching strategies published on our website. Each strategy submitted undergoes a blind peer-review by a volunteer QSEN Teaching Strategy reviewer. You will receive feedback on revisions from the reviewer and then submit your revisions. You can scroll through the listing or search the strategies by author, title, and keywords.
QSEN Teaching Strategies Coordinators
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|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|
|SBAR Memory Card Strategy||Elizabeth C. Kudzma||Curry College||Jul 5, 2007|
|Interprofessional Curriculum in Patient Safety and Quality Improvement||Leslie W. Hall||University of Missouri – Columbia||Jul 5, 2007|
|Patient Safety Teaching Case – Hyperkalemia||Leslie W. Hall||University of Missouri – Columbia||Jul 5, 2007|