CONNECT WITH TIM:
Internationally known educational consultant and nurse educator, Tim Bristol, is a faculty member at Walden University, consultant for the Haiti Nursing Foundation and FSIL nursing school, and owner of NurseTim, Inc.
Dr. Bristol helps empower schools not only across the country, but also across the globe — at all levels of education and accreditation. He has led teams through initial program approval, interim reports, and reaccreditation as a faculty member, administrator, and consultant, and specializes in active learning for class, clinical, and lab environments.
Schools and government organizations around the world consult with Dr. Bristol to integrate new standards, introduce curricular innovations, make education more accessible, and develop strategic plans. As a faculty development and curriculum design specialist, he is an expert in bringing the evidence-base of nursing, healthcare, and education to students and faculty in the states, and as far away as Haiti.
Dr. Bristol also writes and contributes to numerous publications, and is known for his motto: “Today we will learn how to learn.”
Videos of Dr. Tim Bristol
How he got into nursing
Speaking about his life philosophy
Additional Resources from Dr. Bristol
- To Grade or Not to Grade?
- Effective Problem-Based Learning Tools
- Why Students Aren't Using Their Books and What Faculty Can Do About It
- Getting the Most Out of HESI: Every Class, Every Semester
- Early Intervention and Taking Ownership: Empowering Learner Success
- QSEN and Simulation: Two Great Tastes that Go Great Together
- From Admission to Graduation: A Guide to Helping Students Succeed Through Remediation
- Motivating Students: Incentives that Build Clinical Reasoning
- Ensuring Student Success in Your Health Science Program
- Nurse Tim Mentor Series - Why Be a Mentor
- Nurse Tim Mentor Series - How Do I Mentor
- Nurse Tim Mentor Series - What Do I Look For in a Mentor
- Continuous Testing is Vital to Student Success
- Technology Tango: How faculty can dance their way to success with digital tools
- Benefits of Concept Based Curriculum
- Top 5 Things I Wish I had Known about Teaching Clinical
- Personalized Student Learning: Every student every semester
- Nursing Education and the Multigenerational Classroom
- Flipping the Classroom
- The EHR Imperative: Situated Learning is Successful Learning
- Hybrid and Blended eLearning
- Electronic Health Records to Aid Clinical Reasoning in Your Nursing Curriculum
- Battling Spring Fever with Social Media and Web 2.0