Curriculum design and development to promote best teaching practice
Kimberly Silver Dunker, DNP, MSN, RN, CNE, CNEcl, Fortis Institute Dean of Nursing, Nashville, Tennessee, USA
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This preconference will discuss how nursing curriculum is designed and developed to promote best teaching within programs. This program includes aspects of the Faculty Knowledge and Skills Development: A Review for Nurse Educators (FKSD) which is aimed at preparing academic nurse educators for the Certified Nurse Educator (CNE®) credentialing examination.
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Dunker, Kimberly N. SilverThis presentation will include information on a learner-paced online study-guide program aimed to prepare academic nurse educators for the Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) credentialing examination. This six-course program ...
Civility training for faculty using role-play: Creating a healthy clinical environment to maximize student learning Dunker, Kimberly N. Silver; Manning, KarenFor this project, roleplay simulation was used, to provide civility training with nursing faculty to exemplify a healthy work environment among faculty, staff, and nursing students to maximize learning in the clinical setting.
Bylaska-Davies, Paula; Dunker, Kimberly N. Silver (2017-10-10)Educating future scholars to appreciate nursing research can be challenging for faculty members. The combination of research concepts, in particular methodology, in nursing curriculum requires that faculty are conversant ...
Dunker, Kimberly N. Silver (Sigma Theta Tau InternationalQuality and Safety Education for Nurses, 2020-06-01)This webinar is designed to help the participants learn about the aspects of the CNEcl exam and how to prepare for this exam. Differentiate between the CNE and CNEcl exam Identify strategies to prepare for the CNEcl ...
Dunker, Kimberly N. Silver; Hansbrough, Wendy B.; Ross, Jennifer Gunberg; Ostendorf, MarilynThe purpose of this study was to describe the current state of student nurses' clinical education related to informatics. This data demonstrates that students have limited access to electronic health care records which ...