Online Education | Nurse Educators: Shaking Up Nurse Education - 2014

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This online course is for healthcare educators to learn innovative and practical strategies for teaching in academic and clinical settings. Whether you are an experienced or novice educator, you will gain interactive tools and creative techniques to add to your professional skill set. This course was recorded live in June 2014 at UWCNE's Annual Nurse Educator Conference.

Learning methods include video and audio lectures and handouts.

Publish Date: April 10, 2015. This course will be available for three years from this date.


New tools for your nurse educator toolbox

Watch a sample session of this inspiring nurse educator course at UW Continuing Nursing Education.


  • Nursing Education: Shaken and Stirred
  • Leaving the Lecture: Flipping the Classroom
  • I Flipped My Classroom and My Students are Unhappy: Now What?
  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Promoting Collegiality
  • Giving Feedback to Encourage Growth and Learning


  • GG Salvatierra, PhD, MSN, RN 
    Assistant Professor, Seattle University College of Nursing, Seattle
  • Cindy Sayre, PhD(c), ARNP
    Associate Administrator, Patient Care Services and Professional Practice, UW Medicine/UW Medical Center
  • Sarah E. Shannon, PhD, RN
    Associate Professor, Biobehavioral Nursing and Health Systems, UW School of Nursing; Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Bioethics and Humanities, UW School of Medicine; Clinical Ethicist, UW Medicine/UW Medical Center, Seattle

Planning Committee

  • Bonnie Blachly, MN, RN, NHA
    Lecturer and Assistant Program Director for Student Recruitment and Community Outreach, Nursing and Health Studies Program, UW Bothell; Director, Clinical and Regulatory Services, Leading Age Washington
  • Terry Cicero, MN, RN, CCRN
    Instructor, Seattle University College of Nursing, Seattle
  • Martha DuHamel, MPH
    Emeritus Assistant Dean of UW Continuing Nursing Education, Seattle
  • Constance Hirnle, MN, RN-BC
    Professional Development Specialist, Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle
  • Luann Majeed, BSN, RN
    Registered Nurse, UW Medicine/UW Medical Center, Seattle
  • Karen Moe, MEd, RN
    Clinical Nurse Educator, Nursing Staff Development, UW Medicine/UW Medical Center, Seattle
  • Jaime Navetta, MN, RN
    Lead Nurse Planner and Director of Conference Management, Continuing Nursing Education, UW School of Nursing, Seattle
  • Jeanette Quaeck, MN, RN
    Manager, Clinical Resources, Overlake Hospital Medical Center, Bellevue
  • Karena Wong, MN, RN
    Clinical Nurse Educator, Nursing Staff Development, UW Medicine/UW Medical Center, Seattle

UW=University of Washington, Seattle


Disclosure Information

UWCNE Accreditation Information

Target Audience

Educators and other interested healthcare professionals including faculty in academic programs, staff development educators, clinical nurse specialists, nurse managers, staff nurses and administrators in all settings. 

Objectives for Learning Outcomes

After taking this course, you should be better able to:

  1. Discuss how nursing education impacts the transition from student to novice and from novice to expert.
  2. Describe tools and technologies used to successfully flip the classroom.
  3. Describe common issues with flipped classrooms and potential solutions to improve student engagement.
  4. Discuss strategies that promote civility in academic and clinical settings.
  5. Demonstrate effective skills for providing meaningful feedback.

Additional Information

Audio and Video
Course summary
Maximum credit available: 
  • 6.00 Contact hours
  • 0.00 Pharmacology hours at the advanced practice level

Available Credit

  • 6.00 Contact hours
  • 0.00 Pharmacology hours at the advanced practice level


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