Heather Voss talking with Dr. Benner

Poverty Simulation Part 4: Interview with Heather Voss

An in-depth conversation with Heather Voss about setting up and running the poverty simulation. She discusses the value of this experience for nurses and community service providers and the research on the impact of the simulation on their students. She also gives some behind-the-scenes advice to other schools about implementing this valuable experience for their students. 

Students discussing among themselves

Learning Leadership in an Inner City, Homeless Health Care Center – debrief with Students

Video LibraryOur comprehensive Educating Nurses video library is available to subscribers only. To become a subscriber click the button below. Join now for full access Students appraise their Population Health Inner City Experience. Students note what they have learned from their clinical experience. They candidly describe the challenges of going from the structured nature of …
Ann Beckett teaching

Learning Leadership in an Inner City, Homeless Health Care Center – classroom discussion

Video LibraryOur comprehensive Educating Nurses video library is available to subscribers only. To become a subscriber click the button below. Join now for full access Students review their work with clients with complex health problems at the end of their clinical rotation. They discuss preparing their clients and the new students who will be working …
Ann Beckett interviewed by Dr. Benner

Learning Leadership in an Inner City, Homeless Health Care Center – interview with Ann Beckett

Video LibraryOur comprehensive Educating Nurses video library is available to subscribers only. To become a subscriber click the button below. Join now for full access Dr. Ann Beckett describes how she and the Oregon Health Sciences University turned the inner city homeless clinic into a senior leadership experience.  She describes the situated coaching she does …

Learning Leadership in an Inner City, Homeless Health Care Center – ARTICLE

Students leave this setting, understanding the difference between managerialism and leadership, and the importance of being an effective change agent as a nurse leader Patricia Benner, R.N., Ph.D., FAAN, Copyright 2015 This month we present three new community health population-based videos and the excellent teaching of Dr. Ann Beckett, Professor at the Oregon Health Sciences School …

Carol Thorn Teaches Class

Developing Clinical Imagination for Potential Patient Concerns and Problems ­­– Clinical Forethought Part 1

Video LibraryOur comprehensive Educating Nurses video library is available to subscribers only. To become a subscriber click the button below. Join now for full access Master Clinical Teacher, Carol Thorn, demonstrates a guided inquiry about potential clinical problems for a post-operative patient with diabetes, who has had a below-the-knee amputation. Thorn prompts students’ understanding of …
Carol Thorn in the Classroom

Assessing, Setting, Shifting and Communicating Patient Care Priorities Part 2

Video LibraryOur comprehensive Educating Nurses video library is available to subscribers only. To become a subscriber click the button below. Join now for full access Part II of this Clinical Teaching, guided by Carol Thorn, is focused on setting priorities. This is a great example of contextualized learning! Formation of identity, and taking responsibility for priority …
Carol Thorn and Dr. Benner Speaking

A Passion for Clinical Teaching and Clinical Practice

Video LibraryOur comprehensive Educating Nurses video library is available to subscribers only. To become a subscriber click the button below. Join now for full access Carol Thorn was singled out as being an excellent clinical teacher in her Intensive Care Unit, where she focused on care of cardiac patients. Teaching is her hobby and passion. …
Carol Thorn's students in discussion

Students’ Insights on Clinical Learning

Video LibraryOur comprehensive Educating Nurses video library is available to subscribers only. To become a subscriber click the button below. Join now for full access Students offer insights about what is so effective about Carol Thorn's clinical teaching and clinical debriefing seminars. Students describe how much they’ve learned and how much they value the ways …