Engaging Nurses in Innovation
Bonnie Clipper, DNP, RN, MA, MBA, CENP, FACHE, Wambi, Chief Clinical Officer, Austin, Texas, USA
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Clipper, Bonnie (2017-09-27)Transformation of the current state of global health and health policy require leaders to build innovative organizations that engage nurses to develop their ideas to improve outcomes, increase access, enhance the work ...
Design thinking for BSN honors students: Building collaborative skills for innovative problem-solving Wingo, Nancy P.; Jones, Allison R.; Brown, Janet; Ladores, Sigrid LynnCan using design thinking as a process help BSN students become better at collaborating for problem-solving? This presentation describes qualitative research that showed changes in BSN students' perspectives about innovation ...
Clipper, Bonnie (Sigma Theta Tau International, 2021-04-15)This session discusses the opportunities that are opening for nurses that are “outside” the traditional nursing roles, as well as how to locate and prepare for these roles. Another focus of our conversation ...
The effects of instructional methodology and learning style on problem solving in baccalaureate nursing students enrolled in an introductory pharmacology course Hill, Karen B.The primary purpose of this quantitative study was threefold: (1) to compare the effectiveness of two instructional methods of teaching on transferring problem solving; (2) to identify the effect a student's learning style ...
Transformative nursing education: Integrating innovative educational technology tools to foster collaboration and enhanced learner engagement Davis, Renee M.In this climate of changing learner preferences, increased learner engagement is a growing challenge for Nurse Educators. By attending this session, attendees will learn how innovative, educational technology platforms can ...