What if the answer to patient safety doesn’t just rest in the hands of the doctor or nurse, but can be found through a clinician-patient partnership? Johns Hopkins School of Nursing’s Cheryl Dennison Himmelfarb, PhD, RN, ANP, FAAN, says it’s in the combination of science and collaboration that we will find solutions to the safety issue affecting so many hospitals and healthcare institutions. A new MOOC, offered by the School of Nursing (JHSON), is a great place for health professionals, students, lifelong learners, and even patients, to begin learning the foundational knowledge needed to ensure safe and quality care....Click here to read more.
A significant number of PhD candidates will soon become the next generation of faculty at the university level. A new Johns Hopkins University MOOC, University Teaching 101, will see to it that more of them are prepared to “jump in feet first,” says Pamela R. Jeffries, PhD, RN, FAAN, Vice Provost of Digital Initiatives....Click here to read more.
No longer just a tool for free education on health-related topics, the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing’s (JHUSON) MOOCs are now presenting some additional bangs for just a few bucks....Click here to read more.
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“Connect and Collaborate—Teaching and Learning with Technology” brings together experts from nine Johns Hopkins University divisions for the 4th Annual Teaching with Technology Fair....Click here to read more.
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