I have 2 years of clinical teaching experience under my belt. First of all, I highly recommend purchasing the book Creative Teaching Strategies for Nurse Educators from F. A. Davis. It's a great resource!
QSEN has some excellent faculty resources for teaching safety and quality. Here is the website link: Teaching Strategies | QSEN
. Typically, I make a schedule based on the students' level and course content at the beginning of the semester for post-conferences. I use a variety of teaching modalities, but I really enjoy case studies. If something "interesting" happens during the clinical day, then I bring it up and we talk about it. For example, a post-op orthoedic patient on PCA receiving additional PO opioids with respiratory depression requiring Narcan - something that it fundamental nursing knowledge! Sometimes, depending on the circumstance, we have conversations about professionalism in healthcare - but usually a staff member ignites that one. If someone has an interesting patient, then yes, we talk about that, too.