Innovations in Nursing Education

Innovations in Nursing Education

Authors:Linda Caputi MSN, EdD, RN, CNE, ANEF
Publication Date:September 18, 2013
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  • Description
    In numerous, oftentimes seemingly small ways, faculty in schools of nursing are implementing the recommendations of the Institute of Medicine report, The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health. These practices are the building blocks that will lead to a future of excellence in nursing education.

    Building the Future of Nursing links the NLN mission and its core value of excellence to this important work. The chapters in this text (originally accepted for publication in the Innovation Center of the NLN peer-reviewed research journal, Nursing Education Perspectives) highlight how faculty are using the recommendations for al types of nursing education, nationally and internationally.
  • About the Authors
    Linda Caputi MSN, EdD, RN, CNE, ANEF
  • Features
    With this book, the NLN mission and core value of excellence are linked to the work of the Institute of Medicine (IOM) as reported in The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health, published in 2011. The IOM's publication provides direction for nursing practice, nursing leadership, and nursing education and serves as a point of reference for this collection. This work by the IOM serves as a point of reference for this collection of peer-reviewed articles, accepted originally for publication in the Innovation Center of the NLN research journal, Nursing Education Perspectives. Each article showcases how faculty at all levels of nursing education, nationally and internationally, are implementing the recommendations of the Future of Nursing report. Many, many excellent faculty in schools of nursing are implementing these recommendations on a daily basis in numerous, oftentimes seemingly small ways. Yet these small ways are the building blocks that will lead to a future of excellence in nursing education.

    The NLN is proud to present these innovative teaching/learning strategies as we work toward a bright future for nursing. We encourage all readers to consider sharing their day-to-day expressions of excellence with their nursing colleagues. As we all work together, excellence in nursing education becomes not a recommendation but a reality.
  • Table of contents
    List of Figures and Tables

    Section I: Quality and Safe Nursing Care

    Chapter 1: Applying Safety in Clinical Setting: Teaching Students the Significance of Clinical Alarms
    Katherine B. Ardoin, MSN, RN, CNE & Kathleen B. Wilson, MSN, RN, CNE

    Chapter 2: Immersion into a Root Cause Analysis
    Beth A. Vottero, PhD, RN, CNE

    Chapter 3: Health Literacy: Demonstrating Achievement of the QSEN Competencies in a Senior Capstone Project
    Lori Rodriquez, PhD, RN, CNE, FNP

    Chapter 4: Educating Meaningful Users: Using the EHR in Nurse Practitioner Education
    Mary Jane Cook, MSN, RN, FNP, BC, & Katherine J. Dontje, PhD, RN, FNP

    Chapter 5: Integration of Informatics Concepts and Applications throughout a BSN to DNP Curriculum
    Vicki J Brownrigg, PhD, RN, FNP-C & Mary Enzman-Hines, PhD, APRN, CNS, CPNP, APHN-BC

    Chapter 6: Putting it All Together: A Multidisciplinary, Multi-Institutional Clinical Simulation Center
    Carolyn B. Yucha, PhD, RN, FAAN, Shirlee J. Snyder, EdD, RN, Miriam E. Bar-on, MD, FAAP, David Frommer, AIA, NCARB, & Lance Baily, BA, EMT

    Chapter 7: Establishing the Role of a Quality and Safety Officer in a School of Nursing
    Elizabeth Ellen Cooper, DNP, RN, CNE, CNL

    Section II: Creating Partnerships
    Chapter 8: The Clinical Faculty Role for a Dedicated Education Unit
    Kelly M. Bower, PhD, RN, APHN-BC, Sandra M. Swoboda, MS, RN, FCCM & Pamela R. Jeffries, PhD, RN,FAAN, ANEF

    Chapter 9: Implementing Cultural Learning Activities through Community and Academic Partnerships: Introduction and Background
    Joanne Noone, PhD, RN, CNE, Toni Bromley, MS, RN, Glenise McKenzie, PhD, RN, Sue Naumes, MSN, RN, Stephanie Sideras, PhD, RN, & Heather Voss, MSN, RN

    Chapter 10: The Impact of International Leadership Development: A Shared Nursing Educational Service-Learning Partnership
    Sharon Elizabeth Metcalfe, EdD, RN
    Section III: Teaching Thinking

    Chapter 11: Deepening Learning in Foundational Skills: Visual Thinking Network Strategy
    Kristen A. Sethares. PhD, RN, CNE & Kathryn L. Gramling, PhD, RN

    Chapter 12: The Clinical Portfolio: A Success Story in Clinical Thinking
    Amy M. Barrett, MSN, MEd, RN, Cheryl B. Krieg, MSN, RNC-OB, Sharon J. Kinney, MSN, RN, CNE, Elsie Maurer, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, & Patricia McKnight, MSN, RN

    Chapter 13: Helping Students with Critical Thinking through Scholarly Writing
    Richard L. Pullen, Jr., EdD, RN, CMSRN

    Chapter 14: Out of the SImLab and into the Classroom: Using High-Fidelity Simulation as an Active Classroom Teaching Strategy
    Heidi M. Meyer, MSN, RN, PHN

    Chapter 15: Mid-Scenario Reflection: A Teaching Strategy for Simulation in Nursing Education
    Kimberly H. Raines

    Chapter 16: “We’re There to Care for Them as a While”: Art and Reflection in Clinical Nursing Education
    Carrie A. Bailey, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, & C. Amelia Davis, PhD

    Chapter 17: Teaching Thinking in Nursing Using Art
    Priscilla K. Gazarian, PhD, RN

    Chapter 18: Blogging: A Tool for Reflective Learning in Nursing Education
    Phyllis Ann Solari-Twadell, PhD, RN, FAAN, Monique Ridosh, MSN, RN, Sarah Brittain Dysart, MA, & Gail Hanson, MSN, RN

    Chapter 19: Learning through Reflective Practice: Student-Led Panel Presentation on Individualized Aging
    Deborah P. Copeland, PhD, RN

    Section IV: Advancing Education

    Chapter 20: A BSN Action Guide for Responding to the 2011 Institute of Medicine Recommendations
    Patty M. Orr, EdD, RN, & Lisa M. Ciampini, MS

    Chapter 21: A Hospital-Based, Unviersity-Run, Cohort Hybrid Model: RN-to-BSN Degree
    Kerry A Milner, DNSc, RN

    Chapter 22: Preparing MSN Students for Entry into a DNP Program
    Karen J. Polvado, DNP, RN, CMSRN, & Lyndi C. Shadbolt, MS, RN
    Chapter 23: Mentoring Faculty to Write for Publication
    Richard L. Pullen, Jr,m EdD, RN, CMSRN, & Lyndi C. Shadbolt, MS, RN

    Chapter 24: Promoting Faculty Development through Writing Groups in Online Universities
    Deborah S. Adelman, PhD, RN, NE-BC, Alice Raymond, PhD, RN-BC, & Timothy L. Legg, PhD, RN-BC, CRNP, GNP-BC, CNE