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Challenges Facing Administrators – Rethinking Clinical Placements

Deans continue to be most likely to say that getting qualified faculty and finding enough clinical placements for students are their top two challenges. The National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) published the results of the largest, most comprehensive… 381 more words


Metropolitan State University Center for Faculty Development 2016 Fall Teaching Workshop

Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016
Great Hall and Founders Hall Auditorium
Metropolitan State University, Saint Paul Campus

Conference Theme:
How Learning Works: Seven Research-Based Principles for Smart Teaching… 303 more words


The Value of Reflection in Clinical Teaching

By Patricia Stubenberg

“No words are ofterner on our lips than thinking and thought.”  – John Dewey

The teaching physician has opportunities for personal and professional growth through reflection and revisiting not only their own experiences in training and practice, but also their role as clinical teachers with medical students and residents.  472 more words

Medical Education

SHSU Online Faculty Development Opportunities - September 2016

Welcome back Bearkat faculty!  The Fall 2016 semester is here and so are the SHSU Online faculty development opportunities!

  1. Go fully online and earn your…
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Democratizing the Conversation for Greater Good: Social Media Usage at Academic Conferences

By Chris Morley, PhD, Ben Miller, PsyD,  and Mark Ryan, MD

Recently, there has been some discussion about whether the sharing of information presented during academic conferences via social media is appropriate, taking form in both peer-reviewed literature1–4 and in online blogs5 and social media, with a particular focus on… 1,410 more words


Learning Anatomy: Between Fear and Reality

By Wessam Ibrahim

Learning Anatomy is a journey.  All medical students have some memories about their anatomy courses; some have good memories and some don’t. 668 more words

Medical Education

Become an NLN Sim Leader

Leadership Development for Simulation
A Program of the NLN Leadership Institute

During this year-long program, participants examine issues related to research in simulation, curricular integration, the role of simulation in interprofessional education, and managing and directing simulation activities within a school of nursing or a service setting. 62 more words