With efficient time management, nurse educators can manage education and administrative responsibilities effectively.
Don’t let COVID-19 slow your career development. Here are 3 strategies to help you grow professionally during the pandemic.
Now, with an enhanced filter for Clinical Med Math, students can practice dosage calculation questions based on difficulty level. Learn how it works.
It’s essential that layers of critical thinking are emphasized by educators during the learning process. Here are a few ways to do that.
The innovation of spaced repetition is helping nursing students learn with increased efficiency, leading to improved NCLEX® results. Learn more about it here.
As the delivery of nursing care rapidly changes, educators and licensing bodies are working hard to keep pace. Quality practice questions are more important than ever.
Evidence-based approaches to help students develop strategic methods that reduce anxiety and enable them to practice for the NCLEX® more effectively.
Here are five lessons learned by nurse educators while teaching in a pandemic, and some insights to help plan future semesters when faced with similar periods of widespread disruption.
Some nursing educators and programs aren’t satisfied until every single one of their students find NCLEX® and clinical success. Maria Grandinetti, Associate Professor, Wilkes University Passan School of Nursing, is a perfect example . . . Looking for a way to reinforce NCLEX-RN® pass rates in the accelerated cohort, Wilkes University in Wilkes-Barre, PA, implemented […]
By Teresa Mauk, MSN, RN and Shanna R. Ingram, BSN, RN Last month, the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) held their annual NCLEX® Conference, which provided a much-anticipated deeper look at the Next Generation NCLEX (NGN) project. Our educators joined thousands of others from around the United States and Canada as the […]