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Assessing and Promoting Students’ Clinical Performance
featuring Ann Nielsen, PhD, RN and Kathie Lasater, EdD, RN, ANEF
- Describe strategies to assess students’ clinical performance.
- Identify strategies to document and provide feedback to students about the strengths and deficits of their clinical performance.
- Respond to increasing expectations for student development throughout the program.
Ann Nielsen, PhD, RN
Ann Nielsen, PhD, RN has been on the faculty at Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) School of Nursing, Portland Campus, since 2001. Her clinical and teaching specialties include neonatal, pediatric, and perinatal nursing care. Most recently, she has taught in the Integrative Practicum (senior capstone) and Leadership courses in the curriculum developed by the Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education (OCNE). She teaches various pediatric and perinatal specialty content in courses in the integrated OCNE curriculum, as well. Dr. Nielsen is currently the Director of the Undergraduate Program on the Portland Campus of OHSU.
Dr. Nielsen’s scholarly interests include curricular and clinical education design, concept-based learning in the clinical environment, use of reflection in student clinical learning, and educational assessment and evaluation. She has published and presented on the topics of clinical judgment and its development in nursing students, teaching in the OCNE Clinical Education Model, use of reflection in clinical nursing education, use of concept-based learning activities, and providing student feedback using rubrics. Her research focus is on clinical nursing education strategies.
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Kathie Lasater, EdD, RN, ANEF
Over her career, Kathie Lasater, EdD, RN, ANEF has served as both an academic nurse educator and a staff development/quality improvement specialist in practice. She holds the Doctor of Education degree in Educational Leadership (Postsecondary) and has been faculty at the Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) School of Nursing since 1999. She has taught in undergraduate theory and clinical courses as well as graduate education and interprofessionally. She is perhaps best known for the creation of the evidence-based Lasater Clinical Judgment Rubric, an assessment instrument widely used in simulation as well as clinical settings in academe and practice.
Dr. Lasater was part of the initial development of the Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education’s innovative curriculum and currently serves on the consortium’s Research and Evaluation Committee. Dr. Lasater is a frequent conference speaker and has published in numerous peer-reviewed journals, primarily on the topics of clinical judgment and the use of simulation in healthcare education. She is Assistant Editor of "Nurse Education Today" and a regular reviewer for several other journals.
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