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by Sprocketzia Sprocketzia (New) New

Hi group!

I recently became a clinical nurse educator in the ED in which I have staffed for many years. So I am still learning how best to teach people. I would love to hear your input on what have been some of the most memorable or effective ways that you have encountered in your past.

Thanks!

olli975

Specializes in General Medicine.

I like to get a short summery of what was discussed, so I can keep it in my locker and easily locate information when I needed it (I don't like to get 10pgs hand outs). I like visuals and examples too. I also think people are very eager to share their experiences, so you can ask a question: have you ever encountered this issue in your practice and what did you do... have one or two people reply and then start from there

Boston-RN, RN

Specializes in LTAC, Telemetry, Thoracic Surgery, ED.

There were 2 different things that were pretty good where I used to work...

1 was topic/sceniaro of the week we would be given a situation and we would discuss how it would be handled or how it would be handled differently than how it was handled....kind of like a debriefing

another was each week a nurse was either given a topic/condition/product to create a handout/presentation on and did a little 10-15 minute inservice on it

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