Scheckel, Martha PhD, RN; Kiersch, Cameron DNP, RN; Kuhl, Lynne M. MSN, RN; Bubbers, Terresa DM; Howell, Jamie MSN, RN, IBCLC, LCCE
Nurse Educator. 47(3):192-194, May/June 2022
To stay current with changes in health care and nursing practice, nursing faculty must have competencies in curriculum revisions. Despite these necessary competencies, curriculum redesign is not an easy task. Although there are a plethora of tools, techniques, and processes for embarking on a curriculum revision, few curriculum revisions are situated in quality improvement (QI) methods. This article provides an exemplar of how faculty in 1 prelicensure nursing program used the Collaborative Improvement Model (CIM), a model created using QI methods, to revise their curriculum. Learn how to use the CIM in this video and article.