- published: 09 Nov 2012
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With improved health literacy people are living longer than ever before. Currently, the average Australian life expectancy rate is a little over 80 years; and with greater longevity comes more complex health concerns. This makes providing the best care more challenging and means it is even more important to be well educated. Poor education and a lack of sufficient knowledge can lead to mistakes that are costly for people's health. Improved knowledge is an essential tool for prevention of errors and providing higher quality care. Education and understanding best practice care delivery is more than the number of hours earned each year; it's a commitment to being a professional, keeping up-to-date, continuously seeking to improve, and ultimately a commitment to provide individuals with the b...
Dr. Patricia Thomas is passionate about preparing the next generation of neonatal nurse practitioners to care for the most fragile infants. She brings more than 15 years of experience as a neonatal nurse practitioner (NNP) to her role as clinical assistant professor in the College of Nursing at UTA. As a member of the university's professional learning community on e-learning, Patricia believes that technology can improve student engagement and learning which can ultimately improve patient outcomes. In addition to learning about physiology and pathophysiology, nurses need opportunities to develop critical thinking and technical skills through clinical practice. Physical simulation has become integral to nurse practitioner education but students have limited access to mannequins and faculty...
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http://askandrewwolf.com/flipping-the-classroom-tutorial/ This video is the introduction to a tutorial on flipping the classroom for nursing school faculty. Andrew Wolf consults with nursing faculty and professional groups on flipping the classroom and other methods to improve student engagement. To contact Andrew, please fill out the question form at http://askandrewwolf.com/ For more information, please see: Flipping the classroom playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJ5kKhwVxA5Ir7mi3n5NloW_szxlQJPS2 Website: http://askandrewwolf.com Other videos about flipping: http://youtu.be/aBXjJFF5lUA http://youtu.be/UL0ADbzCR2U http://youtu.be/p8t8k17l0kA http://youtu.be/T1t8Irjbrzo http://youtu.be/EkmJua7Mt8c http://youtu.be/a5Kqpnx8fvw
Patricia talks abouts instructing students how to teach.
Concept-based curriculums have been gaining in popularity in nursing programs across the country, but many questions remain about how this educational model works in practice. For instance, how does conceptual learning differ from traditional learning? How does concept-based instruction prepare student nurses to exercise clinical judgment when treating real patients? In this video, Michael Youngwood, MSN, of Haywood Community College in North Carolina, addresses these issues and explains how easily a concept-based curriculum can bridge the gap from the accumulation of knowledge to the application of critical thinking at the patient’s bedside. To learn more about how a concept-based curriculum can work in your nursing program, visit concepts.nursingeducationsuccess.com.
Patient teaching and nursing management of the patient with Diabetes. We are student nurses of Pima Medical Institute in Tucson, Arizona. This video was made as part of a group project. We hope yall enjoy it as much as we did making it.
Nurse lecturers and students talk about advantages simulation training in nursing education.
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Simulation education at Columbia Nursing helps students master clinical techniques in a safe, educational environment. They learn to apply the skills and knowledge required for the evidence-based, quality patient care they will be delivering as Columbia-educated advanced practice nurses. Through the use of patient simulator manikins and other high-fidelity simulations approaches, these interactively challenging experiences support students in developing and practicing team and decision-making skills.
Simulation Education Solutions for Nursing (SESN) developed in collaboration with Laerdal and the National League for Nursing will help you improve simulation quality, increase utilization, and achieve your program goals through Assessment, Implementation, and Pulse Checks, followed by a plan for sustainability. This work results in a recommended Roadmap for Success. We bring a qualified staff of nurse educators and industry specialists with an expertise for improving nursing education outcomes, and pair them with you. Throughout your journey with the National League for Nursing and Laerdal Medical, we surround you with a support system to help you develop your simulation program.