Challenges Facing Nursing Education                          Shortage of Faculty – estimated to reach 25% by 2020         ...
History of online learning                                  Paper-based distance curricula                            Deve...
Campus Computing largest continuing study of role of computing and information tech in US in 2007 survy 555 pub and privco...
Follows team and swotpage                                               Options                                         Di...
Imformatic tools: communicate, manage knowledge, mitigate error, support decision-maling             Included inEssenrials...
Mission statement      Copy
Team members        University administrators       Financial officers       Dean of nursing program       Nursing faculty...
Implementation                    Stud info techcompetencies begcomput literacy programTIGER coalitaction plan emphas benc...
Sum             Provides decision mekers and consumers info concerning worth and merit of program                         ...
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  1. 1. Challenges Facing Nursing Education Shortage of Faculty – estimated to reach 25% by 2020 Lack of classroom space Incorporation of nurses to practice informatics-intensive healthcare environmentsUse of evolving technologies to bridge the gap between the next generations of nurses and nursing faculty Nursing shortage Inadequate fiscal resources Limited access to live-patient clinical placements Globalization of nursing education Increasing number of nontraditional nursing students Advanced Technology Forces influencing higher ed Rapid incr in compet Signifdec in funding from gov sources Greater gov scrutiny Growing consumer rights movement Rapid spread of adv tech into ever fact of life
  2. 2. History of online learning Paper-based distance curricula Development of television instructional tv Schramm – late 1960s study no signif difference btwnonstructionaltvand classroom learningwww- teleconferencing possible for high degree of interaction cost-effective learningenvironments North Carolina univ study no significant diffence in learning outcomes “no Signicant differences phenomenon Nea and AFT studies online students reported being as satisfied with learning as contemporarie
  3. 3. Campus Computing largest continuing study of role of computing and information tech in US in 2007 survy 555 pub and privcollanduniv found ove 45% required students to own computers and pdas Preferred provider agreements dell or apple 100% Present 33% of higher ed institutions account for 75% of all online programs IOM grad nurses more likely tofeel adequately repared when taught the use of it 62% felt classroom ed sufficiently prep them to use it to enhance pt care
  4. 4. Follows team and swotpage Options Distance education Opportunity todesign curriculum addresses it in healthcare Flexible, cost-efective, more convieneint for nontrad student Requires less intensive teaching time No needfor classroom space Extend beyond geographical boundaries Capture larger student base Opportunity ti collaborate w colleagues inothergeopgraphical areas SWOT identified large nosnontradin area potential pool of students Distance ed possible recruiting advtge Substantial financial invest require. To develop superior disteduprog. Requ faculty dev Can change the was quality of progisdet and assessed-may result in need foradd fin expendit. Simulation Recog by NLN and Natl council of state boards of nsged- establishing regs Oppor for more realistic replic of actual situate Allow practprob solving and clinical reasoning skills in non threat environ Requpurc of expen equip $50,000.00 dependant on the capab of partic simulator Imrove synthesize content enhancecrit thinking skills ability to and perfor National multi site studies to address ?s r/t sim design and dev, teaching learning-basd practices, implem process, learning outcomes Goal heighten understanding ansed usefulness of hifisim Might be wise to postpone tillresults Cost training equip support serv InformaticsACCN affirmed compet inform tech as a critical beginning nurse skill linked to provision of quality care NLN position statement on prepatingnexy gen of nursestopractemphas need for inclusion in nurs curricula Ident as imptBc grad competenct Included as one of IOM core competencies
  5. 5. Imformatic tools: communicate, manage knowledge, mitigate error, support decision-maling Included inEssenrials of BaccalEducforProf Nursing Pract as a competency Necess to prod gradsable to funct&effect and safely remain competitive Meets with cuuent trends in healthcarePrpare grads to manage info & high tech need to have skills incorate databases, spreadsheets statistical analysis pkgs Combines computer science nursing science and information science Assists inmanagement and process ognsng data info and knowledge to support pract of nursing and delivery of care
  6. 6. Mission statement Copy
  7. 7. Team members University administrators Financial officers Dean of nursing program Nursing faculty clinival and classroom Information technology specialistsDecision making process: Review of literature study og current research SWOT analysis identify strengths weaknesses opportunities threats basis for developing a marketing plan guide which areas shouldbeaddressed Identify potential strategies: 1. Distance learning 2. Simulation and multidisciplinary virtual team communitie 3. Incorporation of nursing infromatics Embark upon change igmovinfprogramtow progress Identify chands most relevant desireable feasible Determine how willchange daily practice (basis for devof learning strategy of fac) Determine what adnin support Determsuppo staff System in[rovements infrastruct decision oncorpni in nsngcurr. Integrated throughout entire curriculum Drivenby fed gov mandate emrni Mission
  8. 8. Implementation Stud info techcompetencies begcomput literacy programTIGER coalitaction plan emphas benchmarking measuring and disseminating best partices-use as a resourceANA scope and stand fpr nursing inform lists egining nurse compet- basis for ident desired compet Faculty ident and map informic and inform lit competencies by course Survey clinical instruct agencies det avail and accessib of it tp stud If limited or no access dev modules to provide lab and simulexperieces Assessfac competencies Prov training Consider devofpartn with other univ sons Assure avail adv tech spec Form eval Purpose validate or ensure goals of sinstruct being met Focus on dev collects cont feedback ro make rev Usefulin improve prog 1. Curriculum mapping – identify which cmpet will be incorptpeachcourse& plan approp 2. Assessment of oppor and expect at clin agencies-validate by faculty inform experts- devapprop learning mods or sims and design stud exper that facildev of I f comp 3. Asses and valid it competoffaculty- 4. Assess tech skills of learner- to ptovnecessopporto enhance skills 5. Dev of comp docum tool-track each stu progress, track proforn in rel to ANA comp, provide remediat to student whofailingtoachieve
  9. 9. Sum Provides decision mekers and consumers info concerning worth and merit of program Can lead to decisions re contin, termination r expansion Beneficial to potent consumers: students, faculty,managers health officials in clinical agencies, funding sources, and other instit who ight want to adopt prog 1. Achievement of nursing inform competenciesby all grad students 2. Incortoration of nicompetthroughtout the program 3. Development of a collab partnership with other univ for knowledge and resource sharing 4. Documentation of the cost=effectiveness of this ni program Goal Each grad nur from this unive will master thnicompetidentny the ana Cost-effectiveness/Cost Xontainment Determination by it specialists employ by univ – no need to purchase addit equip Will need to purchase add software Partnering with other univer. Sharing knowledge, resources and instructional materialsInitial expenses r/t facevalan training offset by using commercially avail self learning modules for fac and students Cost reduction r/t reduced instruction time (competencies incorporated into already existing courses Improve qual of grad from program lead to incr prestige foruniv Prospect stu use thisasa tool as a benchmark for comparison Recruiting advantage to attract potent stu Accred No Required leveled ,measurable outcomes in thir most recent accred standards

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