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Published August, 2018
By Judith Halstead
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (National League for Nursing)
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NLN Core Competencies for Nurse Educators:
A Decade of Influence

Judith A. Halstead, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN, Editor
 
Thirteen years after initial publication, the NLN Core Competencies for Nursing Educators continue to guide the development of graduate nursing programs, define the roles and responsibilities of nurse educators, and provide a framework for ongoing research in identifying the knowledge, skills, and attitudes essential to preparing a qualified nursing workforce.
 
NLN Core Competencies for Nurse Educators: A Decade of Influence revisits these critical guidelines through a contemporary lens that underscores their ongoing influence and offers valuable insight into how they will help shape the evolution of the nurse educator role. Whether you’re a practicing nurse educator or pursuing a career in nursing education, you’ll gain a better understanding of the theoretical foundation behind this landmark literature and learn how to best use it to successfully navigate the complex role of today’s nursing faculty.
 
“Nurse educators, grounded by the current evidence about the role of the nurse educator, will ensure that the next generation of students is prepared to provide interdisciplinary, patient-focused, safe, and high-quality care.”
 
Diane M. Billings, EdD, RN, ANEF, FAAN
Chancellor’s Professor Emeritus
Indiana University School of Nursing, Indianapolis
 

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Published April, 2018
By Teresa Shellenbarger
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Clinical Nurse Educator Competencies
Teresa Shellenbarger, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF, Editor
 
Excellence in clinical nursing education is essential in training today’s nursing students.
 
The first resource of its kind to address this specialized area of expertise, Clinical Nurse Educator Competencies equips educators with a mastery of the evidence-based competencies and tasks needed to confidently guide students through learning experiences in clinical settings and to produce competent nurses ready for practice.
 
Detailed analysis of each competency synthesizes relevant literature and reflects the insight of the NLN Task Group on Clinical Nurse Educators, providing an authoritative framework to help educators prepare students for the rigors of clinical nursing practice in today’s changing healthcare environment.
 
“This synthesis and validation of academic clinical nurse educator competencies defines a scope of practice for the role of the academic clinical nurse educator. The results provide a standard of excellence central to the performance expectations associated with this specialized role.”

Kathleen A. Poindexter PhD, RN, CNE
Associate Professor and Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Programs
Michigan State University College of Nursing
East Lansing, Michigan
Chair, NLN Academic Nurse Educator Certification Program Commission
 
 
 

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Published September, 2017
By Susan Gross Forneris and Mary Kohl Fey
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With today’s health care systems demanding not only capable nurses but also reflective practitioners, nurse educators are challenged more than ever to engage students in making sense of their experiences and responding thoughtfully to diverse situations.
 
Critical Conversations helps nursing educators discover how better listening can lead to better learning with insightful guidance on the conversations that drive effective understanding for both instructors and students. Applying The NLN Guide for Teaching Thinking, this monograph helps nursing educators practice and implement the most effective strategies for fostering critical conversations across simulation, classroom, and clinical learning environments. From conceptualizing learning as meaning making to the cognitive strategy of being critical and engaging learners through purposeful learning conversations, straightforward exemplars throughout the text offer a support structure to guide educators in helping students learn to think deeply and critically in any setting.

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Published September, 2017
By Janice Brewington and Sal Tagliareni
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Are you ready to transform your organization and transcend the barriers to success? 
 
Empower yourself and your staff with a new perspective on professional leadership. Like a relay race in which every participant’s part is critical, the roving leadership model promotes a shared responsibility for the prosperity of your group or organization.
 
Discover how to overcome organizational obstacles and build a path to greater interprofessional outcomes.
 
Based on empirical evidence and backed with real stories of success, this practical resource will help you reframe your understanding of leadership roles and make the most of the skills and expertise of your entire organization.

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Published September, 2017
By Susan Groenwald
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Confidently adapt your nursing education program to the cutting-edge caring method with the experienced insight of the Chamberlain University College of Nursing. From effective faculty development to proven patient satisfaction strategies, this case-based monograph outlines your path to better patient-focused outcomes and institutional excellence.
 
Apply the experienced insight of the Chamberlain University College of Nursing to:
  • Avoid common pitfalls in adapting your program
  • Create a caring environment for faculty and students
  • Recognize and develop faculty
  • Build a path to better patient outcomes

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Published August, 2016
By Elizabeth Speakman
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Awarded second place in the 2017 AJN Book of the Year Awards in Nursing Education/Continuing Education/Professional Development.

This practical book helps nurse educators develop multidiscipline, team-based learning opportunities for students. Each chapter, coauthored by an interprofessional team, presents a broad perspective on how to create, deliver, and evaluate meaningful interprofessional education and collaborative practice learning opportunities.
 
The book includes the following features to help faculty provide the learning experiences students need to develop effective collaborative practice, which will enhance patient safety and quality care:
  • Exemplars of successful implementation and interprofessional competency frameworks
  • Conceptual models for evaluating outcomes, as well as coverage of evaluation principles
  • Insightful discussions of diverse venues for interprofessional activities, including classroom, simulation, and experiential opportunities
 “Advancing collaboration and teamwork by providing practical wisdom
 is the goal of this book—a goal that the authors readily achieve.”
Malcolm Cox, MD  
Adjunct Professor of Medicine
Perelman School of Medicine
University of Pennsylvania

Former Chief Academic Affiliations Officer
US Department of Veterans Affairs

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Published August, 2016
By Barbara Patterson and Anne Krouse
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How we teach and what we teach is being questioned by multiple stakeholders in higher education, including the public at large. Given these forces, Scientific Inquiry in Nursing Education addresses the quality of the scholarship and research evidence on which nurse faculty have been basing their teaching practices.

In order to fill a gap in nursing research, this book offers a perspective that focuses scientific inquiry directly on teaching practice. Multiple audiences will benefit from the guidance provided in these chapters:
  • Nurse scientists interested in designing, conducting, and using pedagogical research
  • Doctoral students, both PhD and DNP, for their research
  • Novice, experienced, and seasoned nurse faculty who want to conduct research in nursing education
This book is designed for those who want to advance the science of nursing education in order to effectively teach and prepare nursing students as competent practitioners, no matter the level of their education. 
 

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Published August, 2016
By Elaine Tagliareni
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Awarded third place in the 2017 AJN Book of the Year Awards in Gerontologic Nursing.

How can nurse educators creatively use evolving knowledge of care of older adults to effectively teach individualized, person-centered care for this vulnerable population?

This unique guide to curriculum development—built on the evidence-based, theoretical ACE.S framework—provides educator-ready strategies to integrate teaching care of older adults in creative ways.  

The book is filled with exemplars of how faculty—many of them NLN Hearst Foundations Award winners—applied the ACE.S framework to their unique curricula. Nurse educators using this resource can study the underpinnings of the ACE.S framework as a foundation for their use of the free resources provided on the NLN website (www.nln.org/ACES).
 
To the nurse educators who have the opportunity in these pages to learn about ACE.S, teach the underlying academic theory, and expose students to the unfolding cases and simulations, the Hearst Foundations are grateful to you for your commitment to nursing education and to preparing the next generation of this noble workforce to care for older adults.
George B. Irish
Eastern Director, Hearst Foundations
New York, New York

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Published April, 2016
By Marilyn Oermann
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Published by the National League for Nursing, A Systematic Approach to Assessment and Evaluation of Nursing Programs promotes innovation and excellence in nursing education by providing truly transformative strategies for conducting ongoing formative and summative evaluation of nursing programs.
 
Expert authors provide examples, guidelines, and practical approaches that are designed to help nurse educators and administrators:
 
  • Understand program evaluation beyond accreditation.
  • Decide how program evaluation data should be collected.
  • Develop and implement a program evaluation plan.
  • Prepare for the accreditation process.
  • Use data to make sound program decisions.
 
“Colleagues, you will find the daring ingenuity of excellence in each of these chapters. Along with the accreditation of nursing programs, the chapters explore program evaluation models, the development of systematic program evaluation plans for schools of nursing, the assessment of online courses and programs, the evaluation of specific program types, and the successful management of organizational change.”
 
Beverly Malone, PhD, RN, FAAN
CEO, National League for Nursing

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Published September, 2015
By Pamela R Jeffries
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