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      • Moving from Disease-Based to Concept-Based Simulations in Nursing Programs

        Published Jan 30 2018, 12:55 PM by LIPPINCOTT NURSING EDUCATION
        • Concept-Based Curriculum
        • Simulation
        • virtual simulations

        It’s time to rethink the way we integrate simulations into our curricula and look at concepts through a simulation lens. Our challenge for you as a nursing faculty member is to evaluate the current placement of simulation in your curriculum and to consider concept-based simulations.

      • 3 Ways to Improve Nursing Student Learning Outcomes

        Published Dec 26 2017, 03:29 PM by LIPPINCOTT NURSING EDUCATION
        • Critical Thinking
        • Nursing Education
        • Concept-Based Curriculum
        • Interactive Learning

        One nurse educator proficient in concept-based learning offers up proven ways to bring concepts to the bedside and improve nursing program outcomes.

      • 5 Ways to Get Nursing Students Engaged in Your Classroom

        Published Dec 21 2017, 10:13 AM by LIPPINCOTT NURSING EDUCATION
        • Concept-Based Curriculum
        • Nursing Education
        • Teaching Strategies

        Reach that “holy grail” of teaching by utilizing these concept-based strategies for engaging students in learning in your nursing program.

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

        Published Dec 07 2017, 12:56 PM 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.

      • Top 10 Skills Nursing Students Need to Succeed Today

        Published Nov 30 2017, 09:48 AM 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.

      • Active Learning Activities to Get Your Nursing Students Engaged

        Published Nov 20 2017, 09:22 AM 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.

      • Moving from Disease-Based to Concept-Based Simulations

        Published Oct 11 2017, 11:03 AM by LIPPINCOTT NURSING EDUCATION
        • Simulation
        • Novice to Expert
        • Clinical Education
        • Concept-Based Curriculum
        • NLN
        • virtual simulations

        It’s time to rethink the way we integrate simulations into our curricula and look at concepts through a simulation lens. Our challenge for you as a nursing faculty member is to evaluate the current placement of simulation in your curriculum and to consider concept-based simulations.

      • The Secret Strategy that Promotes Active Learning in Nursing Ed

        Published Jun 12 2017, 08:57 AM by LIPPINCOTT NURSING EDUCATION
        • Digital Learning
        • Nursing Education
        • vSim for Nursing
        • Concept-Based Curriculum
        • Active Learning
        • Future of Nursing

        Active learning has been proven to be the best method of teaching critical thinking in today’s nursing students. And case-based learning in nursing education is a key strategy that promotes active learning. It today's world of healthcare – where technology...

      • Benefits of a Concept-Based Curriculum in Nursing

        Published Jan 29 2017, 12:01 AM by LIPPINCOTT NURSING EDUCATION
        • Concept-Based Curriculum

        Why Change Is Needed in Nursing Education Today’s nurses are required to know so much more content, and learn it in a much shorter time. The content saturation often seems overwhelming, for both students and faculty. There is a lot of repetition among...

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