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Jul 26, 2023

Benefits of delivering simulation and the processes that developers undertook to create simulations on diverse topics have been extensively published. What has not been largely examined is how to develop simulations regarding care provisions to Indigenous peoples, to teach students about care delivery with...

Jul 26, 2023

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been an increase in mental health disorders and the need for more accessible mental health services. The use of mobile mental health apps has potential to help support a growing population in need of mental health services. In this podcast, Jasmine Bratton-Robinson presents a...

Jul 26, 2023

Nursing students need preparation to care for families in the obstetric clinical setting where sensitive topics and experiences are routine. Concerns frequently cited by students include providing care during labor and birth, lack of confidence with newborn care, and feeling generally unprepared for the...

Jul 24, 2023

Lena Brokob explains how she uses ChatGPT to develop case studies for teaching clinical judgment and preparing students for NCLEX. She also describes using ChatGPT for developing PPT and other teaching materials. Learn about benefits of AI for teaching in nursing and challenges in its use. 

Jul 12, 2023

Nursing would not be nursing without the work and vision of Florence Nightingale. Unfortunately, with an increasingly crowded curriculum, most nursing students are only exposed to the work of Nightingale peripherally and not given the impetus or opportunity to read her seminal work in depth. Dr. Monika Schuler