In honor of the holiday season, we'd like to share these 12 ways to stay healthy. For more information visit the CDC website.
Did you know Patricia Thomas did a Ted Talk on Nursing Education? Being a huge fan of Ted Talks, I'm amazed I never came across this before. Check out her wonderful presentation here:
Great instructors always pull from the world around them when introducing new concepts or discussing tricky situations with students. Does anyone remember when ER was on? There were a ton of great scenarios to discuss with Nursing students in almost every episode.
At a conference a while back, one of the presenters shared a song to remember the cranial nerves. While we loved the presenter and the rest of her tools, that particular song just never did it for us. In fact, after scouring the internet for ways to remember the cranial nerves... nothing stuck with us.
After posting a video we found on Vine of healthy lungs vs. smokers' lungs, we realized that videos are a great way to solidify concepts! So for any Nursing Students who need a concept or diagnosis broken down in an easy way, or people just looking for some info on common conditions, we found a great series of videos on Youtube from "DoctorsSecrets". Check out this one that describes ulcers, how they form, common causes and treatments.
Look at this short video. Seriously, watch this video. It'll only take about 4 seconds:
For anyone who missed it, I'm including a link to our most recent webinar with teaching ideas for adding complexity to patient scenarios. If you'd like to be on our list for future webinars, be sure to add your email here: http://eepurl.com/O4ldj
We stumbled across this CNA Essential Skills series posted to YouTube from Midlands Technical College and thought we'd share with all of you. So if you're an instructor with students who need a little refresher of these skills or you're a CNA student who'd like to review some of the lessons taught in class, you've got to check out these videos.
We just found this great video of head-to-toe assessments with tons of comments from appreciative students. We figured we should share it here for any students out there who are just learning how to do these assessments or any instructors who are looking for a way to format their lessons.