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Information and support for teaching remotely during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and beyond.
Welcome to Elsevier’s one-stop source for the latest strategies, resources, and information to help you adapt your curriculum and deliver course materials remotely in response to campus and clinical site closures resulting from COVID-19. Working together, we can ensure that learning continues uninterrupted and that you are empowered to achieve your program goals amid these changing circumstances.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted all students and teachers in the United States and across the world, raising numerous questions for nursing education moving forward. How do we provide sufficient clinical experiences? Will students be prepared to take the NCLEX®? Will state boards of nursing provide flexibility in how students can meet clinical requirements? Will NCLEX testing sites be available?
In this timely white paper, nursing education expert Susan Sportsman shares the latest NCLEX information from the NCSBN and state boards of nursing, discusses using simulation and virtual reality as alternate methods for clinical teaching, and offers recommendations for staying connected and informed during the COVID-19 crisis.
White Paper by: Susan Sportsman, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN>
Elsevier Nurse Educators share timely advice and best practices for assessing student performance in an online learning environment. This previously recorded live webinar provides faculty ideas for classroom and simulated clinical assessments, as well as strategies for using formative and summative assessments to measure comprehension and build a culture of learning.
Webinar by:Hollie Moots, DNP, RN, CNE, CHSETammy Pleasant, MSN-Ed, RN, CNEMardie Timken, MSN-Ed, RNMegan Ubben, MSN, RN, CPN
For instructors seeking additional information for teaching remotely, Elsevier has found five important articles that can apply to any online learning experience. These cover topics like communicating effectively with your students, creating a strategy on what the new classroom looks like and what to expect moving forward.
Article by: Elsevier Education
For educators teaching dental assisting, online lesson plans, lectures and learning objectives can help make remote learning easier. In this presentation Debbie Robinson, co-author of Modern Dental Assisting 12th Edition, shares helpful resources for dental assisting instructors as they transition to an online classroom.
Article by: Debbie S. Robinson, CDA, MS
For veterinary technology students who can’t learn in the lab during the Coronavirus outbreak, there are ways for faculty to move their class online and provide students with the education they need. Oreta Samples, associate editor for McCurnin’s Clinical Textbook for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses, 10th edition, gives examples of how vet tech educators can continue their lessons remotely and keep students engaged.
Video by: Oreta M. Samples, BS, RVT, MPH, DHSc
Through online resources on Evolve, massage therapy educators can still effectively teach their students remotely. Sandy Fritz, author of Mosby’s Essential Sciences for Therapeutic Massage 5th Edition, outlines which resources can be the most helpful to educators moving to an online classroom.
Video by: Sandy Fritz, BS, MS, NCTMB
Sherpath can help faculty teaching remotely with course content, knowledge application, and staying organized online. Megan Ubben and Mardie Timken share their tips to quickly assist faculty using Sherpath for remote learning.
Article by:Mardie Timken, MSN-Ed, RNMegan Ubben, MSN, RN, CPN
Although the value of eBooks is important to consider during any semester, it’s especially important now while classrooms move online. Hollie Moots shares the benefits and features of eBooks so students can get the most out of their reading.
Article by: Hollie Moots, DNP, RN, CNE, CHSE
Tools through Simulation Learning Systems (SLS) can help provide students with authentic clinical experiences in an online classroom. Tammy Pleasant, Hollie Moots and Helen Murphy offer their tips for integrating SLS resources in a remote environment.
Article by:Tammy Pleasant, MSN-Ed, RN, CNEHollie Moots, DNP, RN, CNE, CHSEHelen Murphy, BS, RDMS, CHTS-TR
Teaching respiratory care online can have additional obstacles given the subject matter and specific terminology. Dr. Sandra Hinski and Dr. Kelly Romirowsky give their insights on what respiratory care educators should and should not do when teaching remotely, as well as give scenarios on how to teach specific respiratory care topics.
Video by:Sandra T. Hinski, PhD, RRT-NPSKelly Romirowsky, EdD
With tools available in Sherpath, faculty can create an engaging online experience through interactive reading and lesson assignments. Megan Ubben and Mardie Timken outline how faculty can fully utilize the different Sherpath features for remote teaching.
Video by: Megan Ubben, MSN, RN, CPN
As anatomy and physiology educators transition online, prioritizing the immediate education fundamentals for this course is important for faculty and students. Kevin Patton, author of Anatomy and Physiology 10th edition, explains how A&P professors can continue to teach remotely with effective online strategies.
Video by: Kevin T. Patton PhD
With clinical environments taking extra precautions with the spread of Coronavirus, faculty can supplement their student learning and clinical judgement through the HESI Trio. In this webinar, nurse education specialists Cami Weber and Marguerite Ambrose share their tips and ideas on how to use HESI Case Studies, Practice Tests, and Patient Reviews in an online environment.
Video by:Cami Weber, MSN, MBA, RN, CHSMMarguerite Ambrose, PhD, RN, APRN-BC
As faculty quickly transition into an online learning environment in response to the Coronavirus, TEACH Instructor Resources for textbooks can help fill some of the gaps that come with this change. Nurse Education Specialists Megan Ubben and Mardie Timken share how to build online learning activities to help your students continue to learn.
Nurse Education Specialist Mardie Timken discusses common instructor questions such as: How am I going to have class with my students? Are they being allowed in the clinical setting? What can I do with them remotely if classes are cancelled?
Article by: Mardie Timken, MSN-Ed, RN
As campuses close in response to the coronavirus, many nurse educators will be teaching remotely for the first time to ensure the student learning experience isn’t disrupted. Nurse Education Specialist Mardie Timken shares some considerations and best practices
When teaching remotely, you can still provide meaningful clinical learning experiences for your students. In this informative presentation, Nurse Education Specialist Tammy Pleasant offers valuable tips and strategies for using the EHR activities, case studies, and simulations within SimChart, along with other readily available course management and online communication tools, to plan and conduct realistic patient encounters that help students develop essential clinical judgment skills.
Video by: Tammy Pleasant, MSN-Ed, RN, CNE
In a virtual classroom, simulations can be used to ensure students are developing their clinical judgement skills. Nurse Education Specialist Hollie Moots shares how to keep students engaged while learning at a distance with the Simulation Learning System.
Video by: Hollie Moots, DNP, RN, CNE, CHSE
Nursing students can have the opportunity to practice their clinical judgement even if they can’t be in the clinical environment. Nurse Education Specialist Hollie Moots explains why SimPractice can be a great alternative for patient-care experiences.
SimChart case studies can be a useful tool for virtual instruction or to make up clinical time. Elsevier’s expert nurse educators share a few examples of ways to accomplish your education goals during this healthcare crisis.
Tammy Pleasant, MSN-Ed, RN, CNE
Hollie Moots, DNP, RN, CNE, CHSE
Helen Murphy, BS, RDMS, CHTS-TR
Through tools available in Virtual Clinical Excursions (VCE), faculty can make sure students are engaging in patient care activities. Hollie Moots outlines how faculty can utilize VCE tool for pre-clinical activities, applying clinical judgement to the situation, and debriefing.
Video by: Hollie Moots, DNP, RN, CNE, CHSE/p>
Educators moving to remote learning can still find ways to engage their students. Health professions education specialist Helen Murphy shares her tips on maintaining active learning in synchronous and asynchronous online classrooms.
Video by: Helen Murphy, BS, RDMS, CHTS-TR