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Nurse Educator Tips for Teaching

May 4, 2022

Dr. Erica Sciarra shares an educational activity she developed to foster interprofessional practice.


May 4, 2022

Faculty reversed the conventional virtual reality (VR) approach to orient students to a new simulation platform in the School of Nursing. The technique necessitated 2 instructors to don headsets and play the role of nurses while students directed care for patients and family members. In this podcast, Bethany...


Apr 20, 2022

There is a shortage of males holding faculty positions in schools of nursing. Minimal research has been conducted to address this shortage. In this podcast, Dr. Mark Hand presents the results of a study that identified factors associated with the recruitment and retention of male faculty members into nursing academia....


Apr 20, 2022

Distance and hybrid learning require innovative teaching methods to help educators deliver simulation-based learning strategies and promote students’ critical thinking, clinical reasoning, and decision-making. One strategy is telepresence. This strategy allows for physically present and telepresent participation...


Apr 20, 2022

An important role of the nurse is to implement high-quality palliative care through the life span and at the end of life. The AACN New Essentials require BSN programs to integrate teaching and learning experiences on palliative, supportive, and hospice care. In this podcast, Dr. Zainab Osakwe presents key points that...