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Development of an Interprofessional Course Promoting Trauma-Informed Practice and Community Resilience
Communities across the US are addressing adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). Nursing, public health, and social work developed an interprofessional course to educate future professionals to be trauma-informed and to support their local ACEs collaborative. Course development and special considerations to ACEs-based interprofessional education are highlighted.
Conference Identifier: NERC20B08
The School of Nursing, and that of Environmental Science, jointly developed a new course entitled Global and Environmental Issues, for RN-BSN students. The goals of this research were for students to develop increased awareness of environmental health care concerns, human’s impact on the environment, and to positively impact nursing practice.
Conference Identifier: NERC20B05
Operation-Open Your Eyes to Education: Development and implementation of a virtual ophthalmic, surgical education program
The purpose of this presentation is to discuss strategies, results, implications and conclusions of the development and implementation of an interactive, virtual educational program that increased intra-operative staff proficiency. This presentation also addresses how interactive, virtual education can motivate staff to learn more about their clinical setting.
Conference Identifier: NERC20B09
When to sim? Increasing knowledge gains for procedural skills training in nurse anesthesia education
This research study examined the influences of varying pedagogies on a nurse anesthesia resident’s decision-making processes without the confounding factor of previous exposure to the diagnostic skill.
Conference Identifier: NERC20B04
Nursing students participated in a pre-licensure interprofessional clinical education (IPE) experience. Attitudes of students toward working in teams, following clinical IPE were compared to students who did not participate in clinical IPE.
Conference Identifier: NERC20B10
One way nurse educators can present information to their students, patients and policy makers is to share educational videos. This mixed method research assessed student’s self-reported usability of a video technology, as well as documenting reflections pre and post the assignment.
Conference Identifier: NERC20B14
Inclusive teaching strategies and student outcomes in 4th-year baccalaureate nursing students: A mixed methods study
Findings of a mixed methods study examining relationships among inclusive pedagogical strategies and student outcomes such as sense of belongingness in the classroom and clinical setting, self-confidence and satisfaction with learning, and self-efficacy in the clinical setting, will be presented. Specific pedagogical strategies to enhance inclusivity will be discussed.
Conference Identifier: NERC20B11
Using Confirmatory Factor Analysis, an 11-factor hypothesized polyvictimization measurement model was tested to see if it could accurately assess victimization among children. Nurses and other health care professionals can utilize the model to identify children on the path to polyvictimization or those children who are polyvictimized.
Conference Identifier: NERC20B01
Educators may use the results from this study to guide certification decisions, improve marketability, and recognition of expertise in the academic role. Administrators may use the results to design strategies to support academic nurse educator certification. Researchers may build on the results to advance the science of nursing education.
Conference Identifier: NERC20B14
Nursing student clinical experiences in the perioperative setting can be challenging to find and are not always readily available. There is limited literature on using perioperative simulation to meet this need. Learn how one university developed and effectively utilized simulation to provide an interactive perioperative experience for undergraduate nursing students.
Conference Identifier: NERC20B03