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November/December 2020 - Volume 45 - Issue 6

  • Marilyn H. Oermann, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN
  • 0363-3624
  • 1538-9855
  • 6 issues / year
  • Nursing 57/123
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Nursing programs experienced a profound shift in teaching approaches because of COVID-19. Learn how faculty developed a cohesive approach to virtual clinical education that focused on clinical judgment. For many schools, this shift also included moving courses online (quickly). Be sure to read the study on the self-efficacy and satisfaction of faculty who teach online and how to facilitate this in your school. Other articles report a national study on students’ needlestick injuries, student retention, teaching with Zoom, and more. 

Also take a few minutes to watch our videos and subscribe to Nurse Educator Tips for Teaching Podcast on Apple Podcasts or Google Play Music where experts share new ideas.

Marilyn H. O
ermann, Editor-in-Chief

Self-efficacy and Satisfaction With Teaching in Online Courses

Hampton, Debra; Culp-Roche, Amanda; Hensley, Angie; More

Nurse Educator. 45(6):302-306, November/December 2020.

Self-efficacy and Satisfaction With Teaching in Online Courses