Innovations in Nursing Education

Innovations in Nursing Education

Authors:Linda Caputi MSN, EdD, RN, CNE, ANEF
Publication Date:August 25, 2014
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    “Innovations in Nursing Education will expand the nurse educator’s repertoire with innovative methods for transforming curricula to influence how our students think about and practice nursing.”
    Marsha Howell Adams, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF
    President, National League for Nursing (2013-2015)
    Dean of Nursing
    University of Alabama in Huntsville, College of Nursing
    Published by the National League for Nursing, Innovations in Nursing Education: Building the Future of Nursing, Volume 2 encourages innovation and excellence in nursing education through alignment with the 2011 IOM Future of Nursing recommendations. With the IOM model throughout, this resource provides helpful suggestions to elevate the learning and teaching experience including:
    ·        Communicating effectively
    ·        Using evidence-based content to support teaching
    ·        Improving critical reasoning
    ·        Leveraging technology to find, manage, and apply information
    ·        Finding comfort in complex or uncertain situations
    ·        Managing change and conflict
  • About the Authors
    Linda Caputi MSN, EdD, RN, CNE, ANEF
    Dr. Caputi is the editor of the Innovation Center, a column in the National League for Nursing (NLN) journal Nursing Education Perspectives. She is a certified nurse educator and a fellow in the NLN’s Academy of Nursing Education. Dr. Caputi is Professor Emeritus, College of DuPage, and she most recently taught an online master’s in nursing education program. She has won six awards for teaching excellence from Sigma Theta Tau and is included in three different years in Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers. The second edition of her book Teaching Nursing: The Art and Science was selected as the winner of the 2010 Top Teaching Tools Award in the print category from the Journal of Nursing Education. She has served on the NLN’s Board of Governors. Dr. Caputi is the president of Linda Caputi, Inc., a nursing education consulting company, and has worked with hundreds of nursing programs over the past 20 years on topics related to revising curriculum, transforming clinical education, test item writing, and test construction, using an evidence-based model for NCLEX® success, assisting with accreditation, and numerous other nursing education topics. She has recently co-authored the book Mastering Concept-Based Teaching: A Guide for Nurse Educators with Drs. Jean Giddens and Beth Rodgers, which is published by Elsevier. Dr. Caputi also is the editor of other books published through the NLN and Wolters Kluwer, including the first and second volumes of Innovations in Nursing Education: Building the Future of Nursing published in 2014 and 2015 and the Certified Nurse Educator Review Book: The Official NLN Guide to the CNE Exam published in 2015.
  • Table of contents
    Chapter 1 Telecommuting Faculty: Application within a School of Nursing 3
    Chapter 2 Strategies to Lighten Faculty Workload: Rubrics and Apps 13
    Chapter 3 Learning Circles: Faculty as Learners 17

    SECTION II The Nursing Education Curriculum 23

    Chapter 4 Nursing Student Retention Strategy: An Integrated Study Skills Elective 25
    Chapter 5 Creating a Culture of Accommodation Acceptance: Case by Case 31
    Chapter 6 Addressing Response Shift Bias: A Cultural Competence Evaluation Example 39
    Chapter 7 Developing a Population-Focused Clinical Placement: A School of Nursing–Federal Prison Partnership 45
    Chapter 8 Innovation: Improving Outcomes of Collaborative Teaching 49
    Chapter 9 Minimizing the Gap between Expected and Actualized Learning Outcomes: A Curricular Approach 57
    Chapter 10 Our Journey to Implementing the New NLN Outcomes and Competencies for Graduates of an Associate Degree Program 63

    SECTION III Teaching Strategies 69

    Chapter 11 Using a “Flipped Classroom” Model to Engage Learners 71
    Chapter 12 A Return to Our Senses: Making a Case for Embodied Learning in Nursing Education 77
    Chapter 13 Geropsychiatric Teaching and Learning Strategies: Cognitive Assessment During a Seasonal Flu Clinic 85
    Chapter 14 Postconference Nursing Rounds: An Integrative Approach to Promoting Salience in Clinical Education 91
    Chapter 15 Geography and Nursing: Putting the Pieces Together to Improve Health 97
    Chapter 16 Building Capability and Capacity in Tomorrow’s Nursing Leaders: The Role of Cultural Competency in Policy Advocacy 101
    Chapter 17 Innovative Method to Engage Baccalaureate-Prepared Nursing Students in Evidence-Based Practice 107
    Chapter 18 Preparing Prelicensure Students for Evidence Based Practice: Innovative Approaches to Teaching Statistics 115
    Chapter 19 Relational Aggression: Addressing the Elephant in the Room 123
    Chapter 20 Finding Congruence in Personal and Organizational Philosophies: An Educational Strategy to Enhance Novice Nurse Retention 127

    SECTION IV Technology 137

    Chapter 21 Using the Media to Help Students Find Their Professional Voice: Application of Kolb’s Theory 139
    Chapter 22 A Simulated Public Health Experience 143
    Chapter 23 Using an Original App to Teach Evidence Based Nursing 153
    Chapter 24 Transferring Simulation into Clinical Practice: A Psychosocial Nursing Exemplar 159
    Chapter 25 The Journey of Transitioning to a Simulation Nurse Leader in Ohio 165