All the information you need in one textbook!This all-inclusive text for Nurse Educators delivers comprehensive, evidence-based guidance on the essential components of teaching, including learning theories, teaching methods, new technologies for teaching, curriculum development, evaluation and testing, and accreditation. The text delivers the full scope of knowledge necessary for novice and experienced faculty to become competent teachers in nursing.
This third edition features new content on the transition from clinician to educator. There is also a new chapter on nursing professional development and teaching in clinical settings and updated teaching strategies for active learning, clinical judgment, and online teaching. The text is designed to help educators prepare for the certification exams.
The text also addresses varied learning styles and how to accommodate them, new developments in simulation, standardized patients, OSCEs, clinical teaching, interprofessional education, and evidence-based teaching.
New to the Third Edition:
Chapter on the transition from clinician to educator, plus expanded content throughout on becoming a nurse educator
Addresses inclusivity and developing an inclusive learning environment for people with different learning styles
Strategies to promote active learning, clinical judgment, and higher level learning, and teaching online
Updated content on simulations, the use of standardized patients, OSCEs, clinical teaching, and clinical evaluation
Chapter on accreditation of nursing programs and developing a systematic program evaluation plan
Chapter on nursing professional development and teaching in a clinical setting
Written by experts who seamlessly integrate evidence-based research and practical strategies
Serves as a thorough study guide for nurse educator certification exams
Covers practical teaching strategies, simulation, online education, technology, interprofessional education, clinical teaching and evaluation, and test construction
Includes case examples and other examples to support content and 'how-to' tips
Includes a high quality online course ready for an instructor's use: sample syllabus, PowerPoints, and a complete 20-module online course
Marilyn H. Oermann, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN, is the Thelma M. Ingles Professor of Nursing at Duke University School of Nursing, Durham, North Carolina. She is the author/coauthor of 23 nursing education books and many articles on teaching and evaluation in nursing, and on writing for publication. She is the Editor-in-Chief of Nurse Educator and the Journal of Nursing Care Quality and is past editor of the Annual Review of Nursing Education. Dr. Oermann received the National League for Nursing Award for Excellence in Nursing Education Research, Sigma Theta Tau International Elizabeth Russell Belford Award for Excellence in Education, American Association of Colleges of Nursing Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Excellence Award, and Margaret Comerford Freda Award for Editorial Leadership in Nursing from the International Academy of Nursing Editors.
Jennie C. De Gagne, PhD, DNP, RN, NPD-BC, CNE, ANEF, FAAN, is a professor at Duke University School of Nursing, Durham, North Carolina. She has provided consultation to a variety of nursing schools, including in South Korea, Ghana, South Africa, India, Saudi Arabia, and Oman, on program development, continuing education, faculty development. As an expert in educational technology and online education, Dr. De Gagne has focused her research on effective use of instructional technology as well as cybercivility in nursing education across the curriculum and guidelines. Her scholarly work includes nearly 150 authored or coauthored publications, 75 of them in peer-reviewed journals, and more than 100 national and international presentations.
Beth Cusatis Phillips, PhD, RN, CNE, CHSE, is an associate professor and the Director of the Institute for Educational Excellence at Duke University School of Nursing. She has 25 years of teaching experience at the undergraduate level and also teaches at the master's level in nursing education. Dr. Phillips is a proponent for innovation in teaching and preparing the new generation of nurses for the future. Dr. Phillips presents nationally and internationally on nursing education topics including faculty development, new faculty onboarding, and curricular innovations. She is actively engaged in the International Society for Professional Identity in Nursing and serves on several national advisory boards and committees on nursing education.