Building Blocks for Preparing Pediatric Nursing Students: Creating a Rich Experience

Track: 60 Minute Podium

Session Number: 702
Date: Fri, Apr 26th, 2019
Time: 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Description:

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Session Type: Education

Session Description: This session presents a toolkit of successful techniques used in an undergraduate pediatric class for success in clinical and didactic. Use of simulation to enhance communication with family-centered care, creative skills activities, and dedicated educational specialty units with experienced teachers, to create a step wise approach to course development.
Primary Presenter Bio: The presenter is a pediatric nurse with over 30 years working with patients, families, leadership, and students working in med-surgical, critical care and leadership. She has been training undergraduate pediatric nurses for the past 15 years. She has been coordinating the pediatric course and clinicals for other course across the curriculum. She has extensive experience in simulation and working with Dedicated Educational Units and creative instructional modalities.
Primary Presenter Institution: University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Presenter 2 Institution: University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Presenter 2 Bio: The presenter is an Instructor with the College of Nursing in the BSN program. She has 20 years of experience as a nurse, including experience in pediatrics, critical care, public health, education, and nursing leadership. Her teaching responsibilities include didactic and clinical education in the Health of Populations and Pediatric Nursing courses.
Session Type: Education

Session Description: This session presents a toolkit of successful techniques used in an undergraduate pediatric class for success in clinical and didactic. Use of simulation to enhance communication with family-centered care, creative skills activities, and dedicated educational specialty units with experienced teachers, to create a step wise approach to course development.
Primary Presenter Bio: The presenter is a pediatric nurse with over 30 years working with patients, families, leadership, and students working in med-surgical, critical care and leadership. She has been training undergraduate pediatric nurses for the past 15 years. She has been coordinating the pediatric course and clinicals for other course across the curriculum. She has extensive experience in simulation and working with Dedicated Educational Units and creative instructional modalities.
Primary Presenter Institution: University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Presenter 2 Institution: University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Presenter 2 Bio: The presenter is an Instructor with the College of Nursing in the BSN program. She has 20 years of experience as a nurse, including experience in pediatrics, critical care, public health, education, and nursing leadership. Her teaching responsibilities include didactic and clinical education in the Health of Populations and Pediatric Nursing courses.