QSEN Teaching Strategies Highlights

Whether you are a nursing faculty member, clinical nurse educator, looking for innovative approaches to presenting course content in a traditional or virtual world, all while utilizing QSEN competencies, take a look at our QSEN Teaching Strategy repository. Or if you are interested in sharing your novel teaching strategy with other nurse educators, you can complete the submission criteria located on the QSEN website. Our QSEN teaching strategies can be tailored to meet your own academic and/clinical settings.

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Browse all teaching strategies [https://qsen.org/strategies/]or search for specific strategies [https://qsen.org/strategies/strategy-search/] by competency domains, learner levels, learner setting, and strategy type. Consider submitting [https://qsen.org/strategies/strategy-submission-guidelines/] an innovative teaching strategy you are using to educate nursing students.

Strategies

Cory Doolittle: Impaired Nurse Simulation

Clinical judgment activity that involves the appropriate care for an impaired patient while collaborating with inter-professional team members.

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Teaching SBAR using Story: Online and in Clinical Learning

Learners complete an online asynchronous SBAR reporting practice session using pre-recorded clinical stories to achieve competency in SBAR.

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