Perspectives on Clinical Teaching

... 80 role of teacher, 80 value to student, 79 leadership, 63, 81 medical aspects, 63 for nonprofessional, 185, 191, ... 187 record of topics discussed, 64 role of teachers, 67-79 balanced perspective needed, 70-71 bias or prejudices, ...

Author: Dorothy W. Smith

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783662395967

Category: Education

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Clinical Teaching Strategies in Nursing Third Edition

High fidelity medical simulation: A new paradigm in medical education. Medicine & Health, Rhode Island, 85, 316–317. Skiba, D. J. (2009). Nursing education 2.0: A second look at Second Life. Nursing Education Perspectives, 30, 129–131.

Author: Kathleen Gaberson, PhD, RN, CNOR, CNE, ANEF

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 0826105823

Category: Medical

Page: 456

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Named a 2013 Doody's Essential Purchase! "I recommend this book as an introduction to new educators involved in clinical teaching."--Journal for Nurses in Staff Development This textbook presents a comprehensive framework for planning, guiding, and evaluating learning activities for undergraduate and graduate nursing students in clinical settings. The book presents clinical teaching strategies that are effective and practical in a rapidly changing health care environment. It describes a range of teaching strategies useful for courses in which the teacher is on-site with students, in courses using preceptors, in simulation laboratories, and in distance education environments. This book represents the cutting edge of educational strategies, examining innovative uses of virtual reality, game-based learning, and nontraditional sites for clinical teaching. Also discussed are culturally inclusive strategies, methods incorporating current technologies, and strategies for teaching students with disabilities. Key Topics: Choosing clinical learning assignments Self-directed learning activities Case method, case study, and grand rounds Clinical Nurse Educator Examination Detailed Test Blueprint core competencies Evaluation strategies and grading for written assignments Ethical and legal issues in clinical teaching Recognizing that clinical settings require different approaches to teaching, the contributors present all the tools necessary to help educators meet the challenges of this complex learning environment.
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Clinical Teaching in Nursing

This project aimed to provide examples of ways the clinical teacher could include social and behavioural science perspectives in clinical teaching. The assumption was that the application of biological sciences has certain universal ...

Author: Ruth White

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781489933546

Category: Medical

Page: 213

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This book aims to assist clinical teachers in the practice of clinical teaching. It assumes that clinical teachers will bring to their task a background knowledge of educational principles, experience in a clinical nursing field, knowledge of substantive nursing content, a love of teaching and a desire to share with their students the joys, tears, challenge and wonder of learning in the clinical setting. The format is designed around a set of commonly encountered problems and encourages readers, whether on the threshold of a career as a clinical teacher or those who are experienced, to think through their responses to the problem situation before reading on to a disclosure of possible courses of action. In brief, the book is a companion to Teaching Nursing: A Self Instructional Handbook (Ewan and White, 1984). The authors' interest in clinical teaching can be traced through a number of years in a variety of teaching careers with multidisciplinary health professional groups, of whom nurses comprise the majority of practitioners. As senior lecturers in the School of Medical Education, the authors were involved in developing and teaching a Master of Health Personnel Education Degree course; the students (or Fellows) in that programme were all graduates from a broad range of health care disciplines - nursing, medicine, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, nutrition, dentistry, health education, health resources management, radiography, social work, community development, occupational safety and health.
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Creative Clinical Teaching in the Health Professions

For clinical teachers who seek to identify where they fit in and how best to articulate a personal philosophy of teaching, established philosophical perspectives from the field of adult education offer important direction.

Author: Sherri Melrose

Publisher: Athabasca University Press

ISBN: 9781771993319

Category: Medical

Page: 220

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For healthcare professionals, clinical education is foundational to the learning process. However, balancing safe patient care with supportive learning opportunities for students can be challenging for instructors and the complex social context of clinical learning environments makes intentional teaching approaches essential. Clinical instructors require advanced teaching knowledge and skills as learners are often carrying out interventions on real people in unpredictable environments. Creative Clinical Teaching in the Health Professions is an indispensable guide for educators in the health professions. Interspersed with creative strategies and notes from the field by clinical teachers who offer practical suggestions, this volume equips healthcare educators with sound pedagogical theory. The authors focus on the importance of personal philosophies, resilience, and professional socialization while evaluating the current practices in clinical learning environments from technology to assessment and evaluation. This book provides instructors with the tools to influence both student success and the quality of care provided by future practitioners.
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Clinical Teaching Strategies in Nursing Fourth Edition

Nursing Education Perspectives, 30, 83–86. doi: 10.1043/1536-5026-030.002.0083 Ganley, B., & Linnard-Palmer, L. (2012). Academic safety during nursing simulation: Perceptions of nursing students and faculty. Clinical Simulation in ...

Author: Kathleen B. Gaberson

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780826119612

Category: Medical

Page: 400

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The fourth edition of this highly acclaimed text continues to provide a comprehensive framework for planning, guiding, and evaluating learning activities for graduate and undergraduate nursing students in numerous clinical settings. A respected resource for clinical faculty, it addresses the distinct requirements of clinical learning as opposed to classroom learning and provides proven strategies to maximize clinical education. The revision features expanded content on teaching graduate students, regulatory issues affecting distance education, and the use of social media. It covers establishing and using dedicated education units (DEUs), the challenges of student access to electronic health records and documentation of care, and reducing teh demands of clinical staff members when multiple students rotate through a praticular setting.
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Clinical Teaching Strategies in Nursing Fifth Edition

Nursing Education Perspectives, 32, 369–374. Rad, M., & Moonaghi, H. K. (2016). Strategies for managing nursing students' incivility as experienced by nursing educators: A qualitative study. Journal of Caring Sciences, 5, 23–32.

Author: Marilyn H. Oermann, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780826140036

Category: Medical

Page: 320

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Designated a 2013 "Core Title" and "Essential Purchase" by Doody's! This highly acclaimed text provides a comprehensive framework for planning, guiding, and evaluating learning activities for undergraduate and graduate nursing students in a wide variety of clinical settings. The fifth edition updates this unequalled source of essential information for all faculty members—full time, part time, adjunct, and preceptors—responsible for clinical teaching. It encompasses current trends in health care and nursing education with expanded content on ways to maximize the clinical learning experiences of nursing students, use new technologies in clinical teaching, teach and evaluate student performance, and address ethical and legal issues in clinical teaching. Included is new content on establishing and using dedicated education units, integrating simulation with clinical education, using new technologies for clinical learning, teaching and evaluating performance in distance education, promoting interprofessional education in clinical settings, integrating Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) in clinical courses, using standardized patients, and developing partnerships with clinical sites. Special features include guidelines for developing clinical sites, planning learning activities and assignments, observing and evaluating students in clinical practice, and using preceptors. With an arsenal of practical and creative tools to help both experienced and novice nurse educators, the text is also a valuable resource for individuals preparing to take the clinical nurse educator (CNE) exam. New to the Fifth Edition: Updated with current trends in health care and nursing education New chapter on interprofessional education and clinical teaching from a noted expert Expanded content on maximizing the clinical learning experiences of nursing students Clinical teaching and evaluating students at a distance Use of social media and new technologies for clinical teaching Ethical and legal issues in clinical teaching New content on using dedicated education units Developing partnerships with clinical staff and sites Challenges of student access to electronic health records and electronic documentation of care Strategies to promote student learning about QSEN Use of simulations and integration of simulation with clinical education Latest revisions of the CNE test plan Recommendations for service learning and international clinical learning sites Key Features: Delivers a scholarly, in-depth examination of current trends and issues in clinical education Provides evidence-based methods for clinical teaching in nursing education Includes practical exhibits illustrating best practices in clinical teaching and evaluation Highlights content in each chapter related to CNE exam blueprint Offers a vast toolkit for teaching and learning including Instructor’s Manual and PowerPoint presentation
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Teaching in Nursing and Role of the Educator Third Edition

Faculty clinical site visits in nurse practitioner education: Student perspective. Nurse Educator, 42(4), E1–E3. https://doi .org/10.1097/NNE.0000000000000362 Poorman, S., & Mastorovich, M. (2014). Teacher stories of blame when ...

Author: Marilyn H. Oermann, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780826152633

Category: Medical

Page: 512

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All the information you need in one textbook! This all-inclusive text for Nurse Educators delivers comprehensive, evidence-based guidance on the essential components of teaching, including learning theories, teaching methods, new technologies for teaching, curriculum development, evaluation and testing, and accreditation. The text delivers the full scope of knowledge necessary for novice and experienced faculty to become competent teachers in nursing. This third edition features new content on the transition from clinician to educator. There is also a new chapter on nursing professional development and teaching in clinical settings and updated teaching strategies for active learning, clinical judgment, and online teaching. The text is designed to help educators prepare for the certification exams. The text also addresses varied learning styles and how to accommodate them, new developments in simulation, standardized patients, OSCEs, clinical teaching, interprofessional education, and evidence-based teaching. New to the Third Edition: Chapter on the transition from clinician to educator, plus expanded content throughout on becoming a nurse educator Addresses inclusivity and developing an inclusive learning environment for people with different learning styles Strategies to promote active learning, clinical judgment, and higher level learning, and teaching online Updated content on simulations, the use of standardized patients, OSCEs, clinical teaching, and clinical evaluation Chapter on accreditation of nursing programs and developing a systematic program evaluation plan Chapter on nursing professional development and teaching in a clinical setting Key Features: Written by experts who seamlessly integrate evidence-based research and practical strategies Serves as a thorough study guide for nurse educator certification exams Covers practical teaching strategies, simulation, online education, technology, interprofessional education, clinical teaching and evaluation, and test construction Includes case examples and other examples to support content and “how-to” tips Includes a high quality online course ready for an instructor’s use: sample syllabus, PowerPoints, and a complete 20-module online course
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Active Education for Future Doctors

British Medical Journal, 326(7389), 591. 3. Hay, A., Smithson, S., Mann, K., & Dornan, T. (2013). Medical students' reactions to an experience- based learning model of clinical education. Perspectives on Medical Education, 2(2), 58–71.

Author: Nomy Dickman

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030417802

Category: Education

Page: 181

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This book is designed to aid the faculty of medical and other health related schools in developing the pedagogical skills to transform their teaching in multiple settings including the classroom, the conference room, the ambulatory office, and the hospital from a passive learning experience to an active learning experience. In this transformation, the teacher morphs from the ‘all knowing expert’ to the ‘learning facilitator and coach’. After a brief review of adult learning theory the remainder of the book will focus on a broad variety of teaching techniques and classroom activities that ‘flip’ the classroom from a passive to an active learning environment. In addition to condensed explanations of each of the techniques, examples of each process will be presented with suggestions for flexing the techniques to better accommodate a variety of learning settings and a diversity of learners.
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Learning and Teaching in Clinical Contexts

Exploring the transition of undergraduate medical students into a clinical clerkship using organizational socialization theory. Perspectives on Medical Education, 5(2), 78–87. Attrill, S., Lincoln, M., & McAllister, S. (2015).

Author: Clare Delany

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9780729586627

Category: Medical

Page: 456

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Featuring the perspectives of more than 40 leading international researchers, theorists and practitioners in clinical education, Learning and Teaching in Clinical Contexts: A Practical Guide provides a bridge between the theoretical aspects of clinical education and the delivery of practical teaching strategies. Written by Clare Delany and Elizabeth Molloy, each chapter weaves together education theory, education strategies and illustrative learning and teaching case scenarios drawn from multidisciplinary clinical contexts. The text supports clinicians and educators responsible for designing and delivering health professional education in clinical workplaces and clinicians undertaking continuing education in workplace teaching. The book is divided into four sections, each addressing a key aspect of the learner and educator experience. Section 1 considers the learner’s needs as they make key transitions from classroom to workplace, or recent graduate to competent clinician Section 2 focuses on the influence of workplace contexts and how they can be used as positive catalysts to enhance learning Section 3 highlights the role of workplace assessments as embedded processes to positively influence learning Section 4 provides an overview of the changing roles of the clinical educator and processes and models of professional development to build educational expertise Demonstrates the integrated nature of three key threads within the field of clinical education: theory, method and context Highlights theoretical frameworks: cognitive, psychological, sociocultural, experiential and ethical traditions and how they inform teaching decisions Incorporates case studies throughout to provide a context to learning and teaching in clinical education Includes practical tips from expert practitioners across different topics Includes an eBook with print purchase on evolve
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Teaching in Nursing E Book

A partnership model of nursing education to prepare critical care nurses. Excellence in Clinical Practice, 3(4), 3. Bonnel, W.J. (2008). Improving feedback to students in online courses. Nursing Education Perspectives, 29(5), 290–294.

Author: Diane M. Billings

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9780323260589

Category: Medical

Page: 592

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Teaching in Nursing, 4th Edition is the only nursing text to address all three components of education -- teaching, curriculum, and evaluation. Comprehensive guidelines help you meet the day-to-day challenges of teaching, including curriculum development, the diversity of student learning styles, and developing and using classroom tests. This edition has been updated with information on the latest trends in education including new information on the use of simulations to facilitate learning, the latest on competency-based and concept-focused curricula, developing learner-centered courses, and more. Edited by expert nursing educators Diane M. Billings and Judith A. Halstead, Teaching in Nursing is a past winner of the AJN Book of the Year award, and is an excellent resource for nurses preparing to take the Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) Exam. The only nursing resource to cover teaching, curriculum, and evaluation of students -- the three essential components of nursing education. Contributing authors are nationally recognized scholars in their fields of expertise. Models of teaching are used to demonstrate clinical teaching, teaching in interdisciplinary setting, how to evaluate students in the clinical setting, and how to adapt teaching for community-based practice. Teaching strategies promote critical thinking and active learning, including evaluation techniques, lesson planning, and constructing examinations. Evidence-based teaching boxes explain how to practice and apply evidence-based teaching, with implications for faculty development, administration, and the institution. End-of-chapter summaries let you draw conclusions based on the chapter content. Open-ended application questions at the end of each chapter are ideal for faculty-guided discussion and online education. Up-to-date research looks ahead to the needs of the future.
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