Educational DIMENSIONInnovative Solutions: My Heart Is a What?! Creativity in Critical Care EducationSmith, Lynn W. MSN, MDiv, RN, CCRN, CMCAuthor Information Lynn W. Smith, MSN, MDiv, RN, CCRN, CMC, works as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Critical Care at St Elizabeth Medical Center, Edgewood, Ky. She has taught nursing students, orientees, experienced staff nurses, and community organizations for more than 20 years. Lynn's other professional interests include health ministry, community outreach, particularly to the Hispanic population, and spirituality of health and illness. Address correspondence and reprint requests to: Lynn W. Smith, MSN, MDiv, RN, CCRN, CMC, 2171 Beil Rd, Burlington, KY 41005 ([email protected]). Editor's Note: Nurses are encouraged to write about any policies, treatments, guidelines, and/or protocols they have successfully implemented for their units and wish to share with the others in the "Innovative Solutions" column. For more information, please contact the editor [email protected]. Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing: November 2007 - Volume 26 - Issue 6 - p 246-248 doi: 10.1097/01.DCC.0000297400.60231.a3 Buy Metrics AbstractIn Brief Nurses teach patients, families, and other healthcare providers. All of us teach our neighbors and communities. Choosing strategies for teaching essential content is the challenge we face every day. This article describes some innovative ways to share knowledge using creativity and imagination. Critical care nurses teach patients, families, and other healthcare providers. This article describes some innovative ways to share knowledge using creativity and imagination. © 2007 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.