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February 12, 2019

Understanding the Complexities of Food Insecurity in Rural Populations

Food insecurity is a reality that challenges rural residents across the globe. It is vitally important that nurses, particularly those working in rural and regional settings, understand the risk factors that residents face related to food insecurity so that this community-level issue can be recognised and addressed with evidence-based strategies
February 05, 2019

Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) – Transforming Healthcare Education

In the view of the Oxford University Press Blog (2017) technology is ‘cool’ and increasingly a part of student’s lives. Yet, as the demand for technology enhanced learning (TEL) increases many teachers and facilitators find themselves playing catch up with the vast array of new technologies that promise to revolutionise
January 29, 2019

High-Level Nurse Career Development

When nurses navigate their nursing career journey, there are many choices to be made as that process develops. While nurses can move the career needle on their own, the organisations that employ them can also play a large part in nurses’ professional success if they choose to invest in their
January 23, 2019

The Future of Learning Styles – Is it Time to Change?

You are asked to create an education program for your nursing team. If we consider the checklist for the constructive alignment of the outcome-driven education program, it may consist of: Intended learning outcomes: including aims and objectives of what is to be learned; Learning taxonomy; Learner centred: the needs and
January 17, 2019

Knowledge Retention: 7 Proven Strategies for Healthcare Educators

Knowledge retention, or knowledge management, is the process by which new information is transferred from the short-term to long-term memory. Yet, because human memory is imperfect there is a constant need for educators to find effective, creative teaching strategies to support the long-term preservation of knowledge in their students. This