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Community Health Nursing: Strategies for Teaching Undergraduate and Graduate Nursing

Community Health Nursing: Strategies for Teaching Undergraduate and Graduate Nursing

Community Health Nursing: Strategies for Teaching Undergraduate and Graduate Nursing

Sharon Guthrie, PhD, ARNP, CPNP, NCSN
Sharon Guthrie, PhD, ARNP, CPNP, NCSN
on behalf of NurseTim, Inc

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$159.00 $ 159.00 $ 159.00

$ 159.00 $ 159.00 $ 159.00
$ 159.00 $ 159.00 $ 159.00
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Launch date: 23 Mar 2017
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Last updated: 04 Apr 2017

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Identifying, accessing, or creating community health nursing experiences may be challenging, yet these experiences are critical for undergraduate and graduate students. Participants will learn about classroom and clinical active learning experiences to operationalize community health nursing concepts such as vulnerability, access to services, cultural diversity, and health promotion or disease prevention. These experiences assist students in learning about evidence-based practice, quality improvement, safe patient-centered care and collaborative teamwork in providing community health nursing. Objectives Describe community health nursing practices that have been adapted to undergraduate and graduate classroom or clinical activities in nursing programs. Evaluate usefulness of selected classroom and clinical activities for community health nursing education. Identify steps to implement classroom or clinical active learning strategies to operationalize community health nursing concepts.

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Describe community health nursing practices that have been adapted to undergraduate and graduate classroom or clinical activities in nursing programs. Evaluate usefulness of selected classroom and clinical activities for community health nursing education. Identify steps to implement classroom or clinical active learning strategies to operationalize community health nursing concepts.
Sharon Guthrie, PhD, ARNP, CPNP, NCSN

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Sharon Guthrie, PhD, ARNP, CPNP, NCSN
on behalf of NurseTim, Inc

Sharon is an Assistant Professor with experience teaching undergraduate population-based nursing course and graduate level courses related to professional role and skill development, health promotion and disease prevention, health advocacy, and population-based assessment, policy development, and assurance of programs. Her background and experience as a pediatric staff nurse, pediatric nurse practitioner and nationally certified school nurse provide the foundation for her expertise. She has served in leadership roles for the Iowa School Nurse Organization, Iowa Association of Nurse Practitioners, Iowa Nurses Association, and Midwest Dairy Health and Wellness Advisory Council. She has served as a member on several National Association of School Nurse task forces, was chair of the 2005 Healthy Children’s Task Force in Iowa, and appointed as a Commissioner for Lt. Governor Patty Judge’s Commission on Wellness and Healthy Living. Sharon has co-taught a population-based senior level nursing course at Mount Mercy University for several years and developed the Medication Reconciliation Simulation experience. The Medical Reconciliation Simulation is an innovative and inexpensive learning experience to expose students to the unique community health setting of a client’s home and the critical need to reconcile client medications at various and numerous points in the care of clients. Sharon’s areas on interest include school nursing documentation, standardized nursing languages, population-based care, health promotion and disease prevention in populations, innovation, informatics, and use of technology in health care. [Sharon's other events]

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This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC)
  • 1.00 Hours

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