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
Nadine Marchi (June 2013-present) email@example.com
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|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|
|Enhancing Medication Safety Teaching through Remediation and Reflection||Donna E. McCabe||New York University Meyers College of Nursing||Nov 1, 2016|
|Nurse as the leader of the team huddle. An unfolding oncology case study.||Kimberly Silver Dunker||Worcester State University||Sep 21, 2016|
|Identifying QSEN competencies in the clinical setting||Esther Gravis||Saddleback College||May 8, 2016|
|Quality-Safety Project Poster||Elizabeth Murray||Florida Gulf Coast University School of Nursing||May 2, 2016|
|Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Educational Strategy for Pre-Licensure Students||Kathleen Z. Wisser||Notre Dame of Maryland University||Mar 1, 2016|
|Post-Clinical Conference Bedside Reporting: Utilizing Priority Frameworks with Patient Assignments||Heidi Benavides||University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio||Feb 12, 2016|