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May 15, 2024

Dr. Rachel Cox Simms describes learning activities she developed for her prelicensure courses using generative AI technology. Learn more about 3 of these stratgies in her article.


May 15, 2024

Faculty and administrators often struggle to process and understand student course evaluation data. Drs. Stephen McGhee and Dianne Morrison-Beedy explain how data visualization techniques can be used to analyze course evaluation data, identify patterns, and highlight potential areas for course revision. Learn...


May 1, 2024

In this podcast, Dr. Lisa Lewis describes her study that examined the economic impact of nursing student course repetition. She used a multicase study methodology to calculate the costs for students and the nursing program. Students who repeated courses had a loss of income and also incurred other expenses.


May 1, 2024

Gaslighting is a painful and damaging form of psychological abuse and fosters self-doubt, rumination, hypervigilance, and withdrawal from personal and social situations. Gaslighting can lead to post traumatic stress disorder. In this podcast Dr. Cynthia Clark discusses behaviors associated with gaslighting as a form...


May 1, 2024

Without highly qualified nurse anesthesia educators and administrators, the health care system will be threatened by an inadequate supply of certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs). A  Task Force of the American Association of Nurse Anesthesiologists analyzed reasons for high faculty turnover and developed 2...