Most students are stressed by the amount of content they are expected to master. Educators must identify what content is most important, so that student’s obtain DEEP learning of what is most important. There are three practical steps to guide this needed emphasis to transform nursing education…Details
I just returned from Haiti having taught at Faculty of Nursing Science of the Episcopal University of Haiti (FSIL). I learned many unexpected lessons that I believe hold the key to truly transforming nursing education in the developed world…Details
Florence Nightingale had a vision of professional nursing that saw all nurses as “one nurse.” If we allow this vision of nursing to become our mission that guides the way we respond to students, colleagues, and health care needs of the developing world, it truly changes everything!Details
Do You Know These Questions That Begin with ‘What’ To Develop Nurse Thinking in the Clinical Setting?
Asking relevant questions is one of the most effective strategies to strengthen the critical/clinical thinking skills of students. There are a series of questions that I have found extremely effective to accomplish this objective and I share them in today’s post!Details
Do You Know the 1 Word That Will Help Develop both Critical Thinking & Clinical Reasoning in Students?
There is a question that consists of only one word that must be asked repeatedly of every student in sim, skills lab, and clinical settings. This simple question has the power to develop critical thinking and clinical reasoning in students when it is consistently asked to justify everything that is done in clinical practice. This one word question is…Details
What do nurse educators need to balance the relentless daily challenges of academia and be agents of radical transformation? The results of my most recent survey may encourage you to know that you are not alone, as well as new resources I am developing to help you bring needed change!Details