In this podcast series, learn about new educational innovations from the nurse educators who developed them. Experts also describe initiatives in their schools, share best practices for teaching in nursing, discuss new approaches to designing curricula, and explain educational studies they have done.
Creator: Melodee Harris, PhD, APRN, GNP-BC, AGPCNP-BC, University of Arkansas Medical Sciences College of Nursing, HarrisMelodee@uams.edu
Sarah Rhoads, PhD, DNP, WHNP-BC, FAAN, University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Nursing, email@example.com
Virtual site visits for nurse practitioner (NP) students allow faculty to observe students in a real world clinical setting. Many NP students have rural clinical settings. Secure technology allows faculty to remote into the clinical setting to view the student’s thinking skills, interaction with patients and preceptor, and assessment skills. A virtual site visit is a secure, synchronous, 2-way, audio-video telehealth software connection between faculty and NP students. Learn in this podcast how to use virtual site visits in your NP program. Be sure to read the article: it is open access and can be shared with colleagues.
This podcast presents adaptive quizzing and how to use it in nursing courses. The presenters share challenges of students and faculty with adaptive quizzing, the findings of their study
, and take-home points for faculty to use adaptive quizzing in their own courses.
Creator: Tracy George, DNP, APRN-BC, CNE, is assistant professor of nursing, Francis Marion University, Florence, SC. Dr. George is a NP in a free clinic. Claire DeCristofaro, MD, has been in family practice in New York City, rural TN, and SC including the free c
This podcast focuses on how faculty and other educators can use virtual collaboration for their scholarship. Learn about virtual collaboration, technology, advantages and barriers, tips for success of virtual teams, and benefits to interprofessional collaboration in a virtual environment.
Creator: Linda Caputi, MSN, RN, EdD, CNE, ANEF Nursing Education Consultant and Author
In this podcast, Dr. Caputi discusses the Next Generation NCLEX. She explains the differences between current test items and the items planned for the new NCLEX. Dr. Caputi discusses what faculty can do now to prepare for this change in NCLEX testing. She recommends that faculty rethink the way they teach clinical judgment and adopt an approach for teaching clinical judgment that is used throughout the prelicensure program.
Creator: Susan G. Poorman, PhD, RN, CNS-BC, ANEF Professor Emeritus, Indiana University of Pennsylvania President, STAT Nursing Consultants, Inc. STAT Nursing website www.statnursing.org Facebook page www.facebook.com/STATNursing/
In this podcast you will learn about Next Generation NCLEX items, why we need to assess students’ clinical judgment on the NCLEX, types of items, scoring, and how faculty can prepare their students for these new question formats.
Creator: Cara Wallace, PhD, RN
Lead Practicum Specialist, Associate Professor
Downers Grove, IL
Dr. Wallace discusses strategies for engaging part-time online faculty and why this is important for schools of nursing. She reviews the findings of a study that she and her colleagues conducted on teaching in online courses. The findings of this study are important if you are teaching in an online program and for program leadership.
Creator: Dr. Desirée Hensel
Dean and Professor
School of Nursing
Learn about Q methodology in this podcast and how this method can be used in nursing education and research. Dr. Hensel explains Q methodology, its use in nursing education, and the value of this method for program evaluation.
Creator: Faculty from the Texas Tech University Health Science Center School of Nursing:
Ellarene Duis Sanders, PhD, RN
Lori Hammond DNP, MSN, RN-BC, CNEcl
Richard L. Pullen, Jr., EdD, MSN, RN, CMSRN
LaNeigh Harkness, MSN, RN, LGBC
Learn how Texas Tech faculty integrated general education competencies into their RN-BSN program, set benchmarks for student performance, and integrated teaching strategies in their courses to help students achieve these benchmarks. Strategies included Faculty Conversations, Policy and Model Development, VoiceThread, Test Items, and PowToons.
Creator: Anne Schoening, PhD, RN, CNE
Assistant Dean for Faculty Development
Creighton University College of Nursing
Are you a new nurse educator? Transitioning from clinician to educator? Or, are you responsible for faculty development in your school? In this podcast Dr. Schoening describes her Nurse Educator Transition Theory and how it relates to the process that new educators often experience. She also presents her New Faculty Orientation Program with strategies you can use in your own nursing program.
: Michelle DeCoux Hampton, RN, PhD
Associate Professor and DNP Program Coordinator
San Jose State University firstname.lastname@example.org
Creator: Karen Hande, DNP, ANP-BC, CNE Assistant Director, DNP Program Associate Professor of Nursing Vanderbilt University School of Nursing Nashville, TN Karen.email@example.com
In the episode, Dr. Hande discusses appreciative advising, benefits of this approach for students and faculty, and its use with DNP students. She compares appreciative advising with academic advising. You also will learn in this episode how to implement appreciative advising in your own school. This approach works well for DNP students and also can be used with master’s and prelicensure nursing students.
In addition to the article listed in the Nov/Dec 2017 issue, please refer to the article below, currently published ahead of print: Appreciative Advising Pilot Study: An Innovative Approach to Advising Doctor of Nursing Practice Students
Creator: Maryann Forbes, PhD, RN, CNE Interim Associate Dean for Academic Affairs College of Nursing and Public Health Adelphi University, Garden City, NY firstname.lastname@example.org / adelphi.edu
In this episoe, Dr. Forbes describes the development of innovative seminars for students to integrate their learning across the curriculum.
She provides an overview of this innovative curricular approach, the conceptual basis for these integrative seminars, and driving factors behind their development. Dr. Forbes shares examples of teaching strategies used in the seminars, challenges of faculty with implementing these seminar courses (1 credit each), and advice for listeners. Be sure to read the article for more details.