Infusing emerging technologies into graduate-level pathophysiology
Nancy Winters, PhD and Kirsty Digger, DNS, School of Nursing, State University of New York, Delhi College of Technology, Delhi, New York, USA
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Educational technology tools have been found to improve student engagement and interactivity. The integration of concept mapping and emerging medical technologies in an online advanced pathophysiology course enhanced student learning, creativity, and enthusiasm. These innovative tools can be applied effectively in a variety of ways throughout graduate nursing curricula.
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