Webinars for Content

With our content webinars, you can get valuable information and tips on using Elsevier’s content in the classroom, leveraging adaptive technologies to engage students, and more!

Interprofessional Education: What It is and How to Use It

Interprofessional education (IPE) teaches students how to enhance their own practice by harnessing the knowledge and expertise of other members of the health care team. In this informative webinar, the authors of Foundations of Interprofessional Collaborative Practice in Health Care discuss the core competencies required for successful interprofessional collaboration and the importance of providing students with opportunities to practice those competencies and skills with students from other disciplines. Practical examples highlight how IPE activities differ from traditional learning exercises by allowing students to learn with, from, and about each other.

Improving and Better Engaging the Millennial Student Through Simulation

This webinar will help you learn how to integrate simulation into your classroom and create a safe and collaborative environment when teaching millennial-aged students.

Best Practices in Data Analytics

This webinar will help you better understand the benefits of data analysis and the types of data available from HESI exams, as well as best practices for using data-driven insights to help improve program outcomes.

Adaptive Learning: Vital Signs for Student

Adaptive education is the equivalent of taking students’ vitals. It helps you gauge the pulse of the class and figure out how to make improvements. In this engaging, comprehensive webinar, Dr. Tim Bristol outlines how adaptive learning allows you to take students’ academic vital signs to create customized learning experiences.

Integrating Simulations in your Concept-Based Curriculum

During this webinar, you’ll gain insightful information on how to incorporate clinical applications in a concept-based curriculum. Whether your institution has already moved to a concept-based curriculum, or you’re in the exploration stage, you’ll acquire valuable information about conceptual learning and see the simulations tools in action. You’ll learn to help students develop their own clinical frameworks in which to experience, link and apply the nursing concepts. The webinar will be hosted by Nurse Tim (Tim J. Bristol, PhD, RN, CNE), a specialist on teaching and learning in nursing education.