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Nurse Educator Tips for Teaching

Oct 24, 2019

What assessment skills should we teach in a prelicensure nursing program? Dr. Stacy Fusner surveyed 402 nursing faculty in schools of nursing across the US. In this podcast she reports on the findings and explains why this study is important to nurse educators. Faculty identified 37 critical skills all nursing students...


Oct 23, 2019

Most nursing programs use an academic advising model. In this podcast, Dr. Karen Hande describes a new model, appreciative advising. She discusses the benefits of this approach for students and faculty, its use with DNP students, and how to implement appreciative advising in your school. This advising model also can be...


Oct 23, 2019

In the sometimes turbulent world of health care, nurses face ethical dilemmas on an almost daily basis. Addressing these dilemmas is an important part of patient advocacy, and having the knowledge and background to do so assists nurses in providing optimal care. In this podcast, Mary Donnelly, JD, RN,...


Oct 9, 2019

Learn about dedicated education units (DEUs) in nursing education and how to set up a DEU experience in your nursing program. Dr. Ellen Goslee and Dr. Sherry Chesak explain the DEU model, how they implemented DEUs in an associate degree program in collaboration with the Mayo Clinic, students' experiences, and outcomes...