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      • Why Educators Need to Consider Using EHRs with Student Nurses

        Published 4 days ago by LIPPINCOTT NURSING EDUCATION
        • EHR
        • Future of Nursing
        • Nursing Education

        The use of EHRs and the positive impacts they make on the healthcare industry relies on the ability of nurses to use EHRs effectively and efficiently.

      • Johns Hopkins DNP/PHD Program to Prepare ‘Nurses-Plus’

        Published 7 days ago by LIPPINCOTT NURSING EDUCATION
        • Leadership

        The upcoming Clinical Research Intervention Scientists DNP/PhD program, planned to launch next summer, will prime nurses to flourish and lead in an increasingly challenging health care environment, filled with older patients, chronic diseases, provider shortages, and a growing threat of pandemics.

      • Top 3 Reasons Why Concept-Based Learning Helps Students Learn Better

        Published 11 days ago by LIPPINCOTT NURSING EDUCATION
        • Concept-Based Curriculum
        • Nursing Education

        Nursing school instructors are turning in droves toward a concept-based curriculum to help students learn better, retain more and boost their job prospects.

      • Recruiting and Retaining New Nurse Grads

        Published 14 days ago by LIPPINCOTT NURSING EDUCATION
        • Nurse Shortage
        • Future of Nursing

        Nurse leaders are often challenged with retaining quality nursing staff. The hard truth is that national nurse turnover rates are on the rise.

      • Top 10 Skills Nursing Students Need to Succeed Today

        Published 18 days ago by LIPPINCOTT NURSING EDUCATION
        • Concept-Based Curriculum
        • Future of Nursing
        • Leadership

        There are certain intangible ‘qualifications’ that make good nurses great; nursing students who have them are quickly hired. Here’ a nursing skills checklist to see if you make the grade.

      • Simulation Center Finances: Calculating Fees and Costs

        Published 21 days ago by LIPPINCOTT NURSING EDUCATION
        • Sim Lab
        • Simulation
        • virtual simulations

        Freestanding simulation centers total an estimated $200,000 to $1.6 million for start-up costs and at least $15,000 for annual maintenance. This enormous cost can leave organizations looking for creative ways to balance the budget.

      • Active Learning Activities to Get Your Nursing Students Engaged

        Published 28 days ago by LIPPINCOTT NURSING EDUCATION
        • Concept-Based Curriculum
        • Active Learning
        • Nursing Education

        Looking for active learning activities or strategies to use in your classroom? This infographic highlights activities to spur active learning in your nursing program.

      • What Were Your Biggest Takeaways from the Project that Explored the Use of Simulation for High-Stakes Assessment?

        Published 32 days ago by LIPPINCOTT NURSING EDUCATION
        • Sim Lab
        • Simulation
        • Nursing Education
        • virtual simulations

        Compared to other types of assessment and evaluation, clinical evaluation is, by its very nature, subjective. Achieving some measure of objectivity, reliability, and validity in the process of clinical evaluation presents a real challenge.

      • Implementing the Standards of Best Practice: Simulation

        Published 35 days ago by LIPPINCOTT NURSING EDUCATION
        • Sim Lab
        • Simulation
        • Nursing Education
        • virtual simulations
        • Academic-Practice Gap

        Even with the new, updated version of the Standards of Best Practice: SimulationSM, it is clear that there is an ongoing need for education on implementation. You may be wondering why that is so.

      • Why Content-Based Learning Doesn’t Work in Nursing Ed

        Published 39 days ago by LIPPINCOTT NURSING EDUCATION
        • Teaching Strategies
        • Nursing Education

        When it comes to teaching strategies in nursing education, content-based learning just can’t do the job in today’s demanding nursing education space; here’s why.