Academia is inherently stressful and filled with landmines that can steal your passion and joy. In today’s blog I share some practical strategies to maintain your first love for teaching and learning so you maintain your desire to be the needed change…Details
How does a student define a “best” clinical educator that will promote their learning in the clinical setting? From a student’s perspective, what are they looking for and needing in a clinical educator? Today I will discuss the most important traits from a students perspective that if present, will maximize their learning in the clinical setting!Details
How does a clinical educator help intentionalize safety for everything that is done in the clinical setting? Just as a pilot has a pre-flight safety checklist, I have put in writing my practice based “safety checklist” to help students identify & recognize the unifying thread of safety required for patient care.Details
Do You Know These Mnemonics to Help Students Remember What is MOST Important in the Clinical Setting?
Creative and easy to remember mnemonics will help your students remember what is most important in the clinical setting. I will share the mnemonics that I find most useful in my clinical practice as well as a relevant, but little known mnemonic for a complete head-to-toe assessment developed by…Details
A concept based curriculum is a current “hot topic” in nursing education. What if it made no difference to student learning outcomes what type of curriculum you chose and could instead spend the countless hours flipping your curriculum doing something far more important…TRANSFORMING it!Details
Do you deeply understand the NCLEX and how to practically prepare students for this examination? In todays blog we will go deep down the “rabbit hole” and enter the NCLEX matrix to prepare students for this must pass examination!Details