Whether you are a beginning or an experienced nurse educator, you will get new ideas for your teaching in this podcast. Experts share teaching strategies you can use with your nursing students.
Prescription Call Strategy for NP Students
If you want an innovative strategy for your NP students to learn how to call in a prescription, listen to this podcast with Dr. Mary Ann Dugan. She describes formats she has used for the prescription call simulation and how to gear it to your course objectives.
Facebook Group for Nursing Lab
Learn how to set up and use a Facebook group for communicating with nursing students about the lab and for connecting with them. Chelsea Lebo explains why she created the Facebook group and how she expanded it to become a valued communication strategy for students.
Interprofessional Course on Trauma Informed Care
Dr. Beth Fiske describes the development and implementation of an interprofessional course on trauma informed care. She discusses why faculty developed the course, how it meets a community need, course content and learning activities, and challenges in creating and teaching the course.
Dossier Preparation: From Clinician to Educator
To address the faculty shortage, many schools recruit experienced clinicians into nurse educator roles. This transition from clinical practice to academia can be difficult. In this podcast, Dr. Margaret Quinn discusses strategies that can be used to assemble and organize a powerful dossier that will celebrate the clinician's talents and prepare them for the academic role.
Big Data and Nursing Education
Dean Linda McCauley discusses why nurses need to be prepared in data science and implications for nursing education. Emory Nursing has made their big data available to other nursing schools. Their repository, Project NeLL, is a hands-on suite of apps for teaching, learning, and practicing nursing data science.
ELNEC Graduate Curriculum: Primary Palliative Care Education for APRN Students
APRNs need primary palliative care education to care for the growing number of patients with serious illness and their families. The End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium (ELNEC) created an online curriculum for educating NP students in primary palliative care. Learn more in this podcast from Dr. Polly Mazanec, program director of ELNEC. Resources for teaching are at https://www.aacnnursing.org/ELNEC