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An academic-practice partnership to support retention of new graduate nurses in the emergency department
This presentation will address the benefits of an academic-practice partnership for staffing emergency departments (ED) and other high acuity areas. Presenters will describe the educational and clinical interventions created to support the retention of new graduate nurses in the ED.
Conference Identifier: NERC20D17
Creating a patient-centered learning experience through faculty-student partnership approach in simulation
Learn insights from a change-of-shift simulation experience using a faculty-student partnership approach. In this approach, the faculty assumed an active partner role, distinct from an observer, facilitator, organizer and evaluator role and partnered with the learners. Learning using such approach revealed a clinically relevant patient-centered learning experience.
Conference Identifier: NERC20D14
Baccalaureate nursing student’s perception of concept-based instruction in Chinese context: A descriptive qualitative study
This is a descriptive qualitative study that explores students’ experiences and feelings about concept-based instruction. This education reform project is the first use of concept-based instruction in nursing schools in mainland China.
Conference Identifier: NERC20D09
Don’t sink, swim! A curriculum framework for simulation experiences that develop clinical teaching skills
The purpose of this presentation is to share a framework for integrating simulation experiences that develop clinical teaching skills into an MSN Nursing Education curriculum, link examples of experiences to a curriculum framework, and describe the use of the NLN Jeffries Simulation Theory to organize outcome data.
Conference Identifier: NERC20D14
Clinical teaching is critical when considering the preparation of students in a complex teaching environment. The four constructs of ‘partnership, enabling, advocacy, and meaning making’ emerged as the building blocks of the preceptor pedagogy. Teaching nursing students how to make meaning, stood out as the least emphasized construct by preceptors.
Conference Identifier: NERC20D02
Replication study conducted to compare pain and accuracy of blood glucose samples from fingertip and palm, an alternative site (AST) if effort to support previous study findings. Though findings were statistically significant (R=.98), change in practice utilizing AST require R=.99.
Conference Identifier: NERC20D03
Increasingly students indicate they can no longer bear the cost burden of course textbooks. Open Education Resources (OERs) are an alternate delivery method that considers diverse learner needs. Learn more about OERs, the current research on the use of OERs, and strategies for using OERs in the classroom.
Conference Identifier: NERC20D15
Support for underrepresented students in nursing education at a predominantly white institution with “UR-Star” Implementation
The college of nursing at a predominately white institution began an initiative to address needs of under-represented minority students. A university wide diversity, equity and inclusion campaign was previously implemented. However, the college of nursing recognized the need to develop a nursing specific program to target retention of URM students.
Conference Identifier: NERC20D16
Creating the role of Faculty Success Coordinator improved faculty satisfaction through mentoring, individual and aggregate professional development and career advisement.
Conference Identifier: NERC20D08
Conducting a systematic review can seem a daunting task. This presentation demonstrates how to break the process down into manageable tasks. By using an exemplar, participants will experience a hands-on approach to the process. As a workshop, participants will leave with a portion of their project completed.
Conference Identifier: NERC20D07