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Nursing Education Gets Flipped at the ANCC Annual Symposium on Continuing Nursing Education

The American Nurses Credentialing Center Demonstrates a Flipped Classroom for Nurse Educators this Summer SILVER SPRING, MD (June 23, 2014) — The American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) launched its first flipped classroom with the 2014 ANCC Annual Symposium on Continuing Nursing Education, a pre-conference event to the Association for Nursing Professional
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ABSTRACT: Human and social capital as facilitators of lifelong learning in nursing

To ensure that lifelong learning is, and remains, a reality as a vehicle for facilitating continuing professional learning in nursing, certain mechanisms need to be instituted specifically for this purpose. Some of the key organisational facilitators for achieving this include individual performance reviews, Workforce Development Confederations, professional self-regulation, and Investors

ABSTRACT: Using YouTube in perioperative nursing education.

Abstract Educators today need innovative teaching strategies to meet the learning needs of the multigenerational population of perioperative nurses. Emerging technologies, such as YouTube, the world's largest video-sharing web site, can be used as a component of an active learning strategy that can appeal to a broad group of nurses along

ABSTRACT: The image of you: constructing nursing identities in YouTube

Abstract AIM:This article is a report on a descriptive study of nursing identity as constructed in the Web 2.0 site YouTube.BACKGROUND:Public images of the nurse carry stereotypes that rely on the taken for granted gender category of the nurse as woman. Nursing images represent a form of public discourse that has