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Oct 21, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the learning experiences for students in the clinical setting. Students at Saint David’s School of Nursing at Texas State University remerged in the clinical setting in summer 2020. Students developed a heightened sensitivity about how COVID-19 was impacting patients, families, and...


Oct 21, 2020

In many nursing programs, students' psychiatric mental health (PMH) clinical experiences are limited. Dr. Anne Schoening and Jacque Williams describe the Creighton PMH Dedicated Education Unit (DEU), which they created with their clinical partner. Learn about factors that led to the development of the PMH DEU, how the...


Oct 7, 2020

Nurse educators have been confronted with rethinking and restructuring the curriculum to enhance online learning, and because of this, virtual simulation-based education has become the most widely used approach to clinical practice. Julianne Walsh describes an innovative telehealth simulation that promotes...


Oct 7, 2020

Interventions for scientific writing skill development are widely represented in the literature, but are poorly defined and measured. This podcast with Dr. Michelle DeCoux Hampton discusses the importance of having clear rubrics that help guide the students in their scholarly writing. If you teach in a DNP program,...


Sep 23, 2020

Mindfulness is bringing an awareness to the present moment with intention and acceptance for whatever is occurring in the present moment without judgment. This podcast with Dr. Kathleen Spadaro presents some mindfulness tools that can help students cope with stress and anxiety in school and private life. The...