Clinical Teaching Resources
Quick and Easy - Tips for Clinical Teaching in Nursing Homes
Faculty in schools of nursing have many opportunities to teach nursing students about nursing care for older adults. The Quick and Easy resources provide faculty with ready to use clinical learning experiences for students in a nursing home setting.
- Assessing Pain in Nursing Home Residents
- Bathing Residents With Dementia
- Culture Change and Resident Directed Care
- Dementia and Delirium
- End of Life Care
- Exercise for Residents in Nursing Homes
- Falls and Fall Prevention
- Fluids and Dehydration
- Nutrition Needs and Challenges for Nursing Home Residents
- Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI)
- Rest and Sleep
- Sensory Changes in the Nursing Home Resident
- Student Shadowing Guidelines in the Nursing Home: Making it Worthwhile
- Working as a Team in Nursing Homes
- Medications - Polypharmacy
- Urinary Incontinence
The Quick and Easy - Tips for Clinical Teaching in Nursing Homes documents are authored by Christine Mueller, PhD, RN, FGSA, FAAN; Mary Goering, MS, RN-BC; Kristine Talley, PhD, RN, GNP-BC; Fang Yu, PhD, RN, GNP-BC; and Mary Zaccagnini, DNP, RN, ACNS, BC, AOCN, University of Minnesota, School of Nursing.
Information About How These Resources Were Developed
A 3-year HRSA funded project, "Comprehensive Geriatric Education Program" was awarded by the Health Resource Services Administration (HRSA) to the University of Minnesota School of Nursing. It was coordinated with the Center for Aging Science and Care Innovation.
Faculty from the University of Minnesota School of Nursing provided expertise and facilitation that supported the delivery of 10 one day regional workshops on Successful Clinical Teaching in Nursing Homes in 4 states (Minnesota, Wisconsin, North and South Dakota, and the Tribal Colleges).
The workshop agenda provided both insturction and interactive opportunities for the attendees.
E-Newsletters: Clinical Teaching in Nursing Homes disseminated iformation about the work of the grant and resources relevant to geriatric nursing.