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.
Nurse Navigation for Health Equity: Teaching Nursing Students about Social Determinants of Health
Nursing students need to learn how to evaluate social determinants of health in the community, particularly vulnerable populations. This podcast with Dr. Kim Daly, University of Victoria, British Columbia, presents strategies for teaching nursing students how to take an active role in addressing social determinants of health. Students learn the importance of the nurse navigator as a patient advocate to influence policy in the practice setting.
Examination wrappers are student success tools that help students to study, test, remediate, think critically, and gain self-confidence in their learning. This podcast with Dr. Deana Furr presents one nursing program’s implementation and evaluation of examination wrappers to achieve student learning outcomes. An emphasis on helping students in metacognition is included.
Made for TV
Do you need an innovative teaching strategy for your course? This is it! Dr. Brenna Morse shares Made for TV. Students are in the writers' room and develop a scene (related to their course content) for a medical drama on TV.
Building Leadership Potential of Nursing Students
Nursing students need to learn the value of relationship-building to develop leadership skills to prepare them for the practice setting. This podcast with Dr. Marcia Cooke presents a teaching strategy that helps students to focus on their strengths to address problems in the practice setting from a quality improvement perspective. Students learn that celebrating their unique talents helps them to embrace a spirit of collegiality with peers and staff.
Crucial Conversations: Learning to Discuss Sensitive Topics
Faculty integrated instruction about sensitive topics into their communication lab. They engage students in role play, discussions, and creative activities to develop students' ability to have conversations about highly charged and sensitive topics. Dr. Pat Freed, Erica Frost, and Krista Simmons describe their Crucial Conversations lab.
Clinical Competency Strategy to Prepare for Transition to Practice
Dr. Betsy Herron and Dr. Karen Weeks describe a strategy they developed, using simulation, to improve the clinical competencies of prelicensure students to prepare them for transition into practice. In this podcast you will learn about this innovation, how they developed it, lessons learned, and outcomes.
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I love how each episode gives me ideas to improve both my clinical and classroom teaching!