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Nurse Educator Tips for Teaching

Dec 18, 2019

Language bias refers to words or phrases that may be considered offensive, hurtful, or confusing to a person or group of people. In this podcast, Dr. Sheryl Sommer (Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer, ATI Nursing Education) presents strategies for nurse educators to eliminate language bias from casual and...


Dec 18, 2019

Clinical decision making is difficult for nursing students to learn especially for students who lack confidence and have high anxiety about their decision making skills. A study with ADN and BSN students compared the outcomes of summer employment as a nurse extern, a nursing assistant, and in non health care roles...


Dec 11, 2019

Language barriers significantly impact safe and effective healthcare. Although culture is discussed in the classroom setting, there may be limited discussion on the significance and impact of language barriers on patients and families who have limited English proficiency and require interpreter services in the...


Dec 11, 2019

Dr. Tara Spalla King describes a possible new degree in nursing: Doctor of Nursing Education (DNE). Learn about the goals of this doctoral program (that mirrors the DNP), data from a needs assessment survey that supported development of a DNE, and more.


Dec 4, 2019

This podcast describes a creative international simulation-based learning experience. International simulation-based education (SBE) promotes students' critical thinking and clinical decision-making and helps them to have a heightened understanding and respect for people who represent diverse cultures and ethnicities....