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Adapting a Clinical Debriefing Activity to an Online Format Nurse Educator Tips for Teaching

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Debriefing for Meaningful Learning (DML) is a debriefing tool to assist students to develop clinical reasoning by reviewing and reflecting on their clinical experiences. Online simulations, case studies, worksheets, and small group activities help students to achieve deep learning. The COVID-19 pandemic was the impetus to switch to online learning. Students have expressed that by reviewing client cases in an online format, they are able to better correlate patient data and see “the big picture.” Learn more about using DML in an online format from Dr. Nadine Marchi.

Debriefing for Meaningful Learning (DML) is a debriefing tool to assist students to develop clinical reasoning by reviewing and reflecting on their clinical experiences. Online simulations, case studies, worksheets, and small group activities help students to achieve deep learning. The COVID-19 pandemic was the impetus to switch to online learning. Students have expressed that by reviewing client cases in an online format, they are able to better correlate patient data and see “the big picture.” Learn more about using DML in an online format from Dr. Nadine Marchi.

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