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OCNE In-Depth: Moving the Boundaries for Clinical Education pt 2 – VIDEO

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For this series, we interviewed nurse educator change agents, leaders and students, tracing how the OCNE story unfolded over the last ten years. Both students and educators animated and pushed this change forward in Oregon; faculty and administrators told us of their triumphs in this successful change project. Faculty were honest in describing their initial […]

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OCNE In-Depth: Moving the Boundaries for Clinical Education pt 1 – VIDEO

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For this series, we interviewed nurse educator change agents, leaders and students, tracing how the OCNE story unfolded over the last ten years. Both students and educators animated and pushed this change forward in Oregon; faculty and administrators told us of their triumphs in this successful change project. Faculty were honest in describing their initial […]

Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education, An Inspiring Story of Collaborative Change – ARTICLE

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Patricia Benner, R.N., Ph.D., FAAN copyright 2017 Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education increased Transitions From A.D.N. To B.S.N. Programs; Made A.D.N. Students feel like “First Class Citizens”; Transformed Clinical Education; Created an Ongoing Culture of Innovation and more… The innovative Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education (OCNE) collaborative curriculum exemplifies a stellar collaborative change project that […]

Concept-Based Curricula in a Practice Discipline – ARTICLE

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“…concept-based curricula must not only attend to formal concepts in the general…” Patricia Benner, R.N., Ph.D., FAAN Copyright October, 2nd, 2016 Many nursing curricula are using selected formal concepts to organize courses and curriculum. When students learn concepts in one context, it is expected that they will carry that understanding of the concept to other […]

Learning Guide to Educating Nurses Video: “The Stupid Things People Say When You Have Cancer” – VIDEO

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A Video Directed and Produced by Kristin Johansen and Benjamin Dziuba Patricia Benner, R.N., Ph.D., FAAN Please note, this learning guide is for your personal use only. It will not be shared with others. You may select to share verbally some of your comments and insights with your classmates, but any sharing with classmates is […]

Discussion Triggers can Help Students Discover Blind Spots, and Biases – ARTICLE

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Patricia Benner, RN., Ph.D., FAAN June 24, 2016 Copyrighted This month,  we offer all our newsletter subscribers free access to a wonderful new video on people’s responses to the news that someone has been recently diagnosed with cancer. Kristin Johansen and Ben Dziuba collaborated on this collection of people’s responses to the news that Ben was […]

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Linda Brown: Concept Based Clinical Assignments for Deeper Learning – VIDEO

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Developing astute clinical judgments about complex clinical concepts and phenomena require deeper learning in clinical assignments that focus on comparing and contrasting patients who demonstrate the clinical phenomena of concern. In this month’s video, Linda Brown, R.N., M.S., demonstrates how she develops and works with assigning students in-depth study of key concepts during their clinical […]

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Focusing on Student Learning with a Flipped Classroom – VIDEO

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Rhonda Vander Sluis, who was nursing educator at Oregon Health Sciences University, and Dr. Scott Christian, who also was at OHSU, demonstrate active Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in these two videos. Rhonda Vander Sluis uses unfolding clinical case studies to *flip* her classroom. Students come to class to present their part of an unfolding […]

Focusing on Student Learning: Seeking High Reliability in Nursing Education – ARTICLE

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By Patricia Benner, R.N., Ph.D., copyright 2016 The scholarship of teaching and learning encompasses a broad set of practices that engage teachers in looking closely and critically at student learning in order to improve their own courses and programs, and to share insights with other educators who can evaluate and build on their efforts. Hutchings, […]

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