Bridging the gap to practice readiness: An active learning strategy for teaching failure to rescue
Deborah Wonderly, MSN; Shanda Clark, PhD; Sue Carrow, MSN -- College of Nursing, Roseman University of Health Sciences, Henderson, Nevada, USA; Augusta Arato, MSN, Roseman University of Health Sciences, Henderson, Nevada, USA
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The activity includes a video case study and answering a set of guided questions. Students then create a 30-minute interactive presentation to help educate other students about safe patient care based on their assigned case study.
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