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Advanced Learning Perspectives

photo of group around computersEvidenced Based Nursing Education (EBNE)

Nursing science is growing and, with it, the body of knowledge that supports nursing education. Advanced Learning Perspectives can help you utilize the latest research to identify best practices for the classroom, the clinical environment, and even your institution's organizational structure to help your students, faculty, and staff succeed. Contact us today for a free one-hour consultation.

Contact us at GoInnovate@kumc.edu or 913-588-1643 for a free consultation.

Our Services

Clinical Learning Education

Clinical learning is one of the most challenging components of a quality nursing education program. Let us assist you in designing and maintaining a value-added clinical or classroom experience. Whether you are seeking a clinical curriculum, a better way to manage clinical faculty, or ideas on how to enhance your classroom environment, we can help.

Conceptual Learning Curriculum

Our faculty consultants have experience in the design, implementation, and evaluation of a concept-based curriculum. No matter what stage of the change process you are in, we can assist with your curricular needs.

Competency-Based Time Variable Education

To provide high-quality care demanded by contemporary patients and populations, we must ensure that our students achieve certain competencies. Competency-based time variable education is a system that allows students to achieve competency in an adjustable timeframe before advancing. Flexibility has been shown to lead to positive outcomes for learners. Let us help your program give students the tools they need to thrive in the profession.

ADN/BSN Partnerships and Dual Enrollment

We have a proven track record for designing, implementing, and managing partnership programs for community college and baccalaureate institutions. Our Kansas Community College Partnership Program currently consists of eight partner schools and the University of Kansas to allow students to complete coursework for their ADN and BSN simultaneously. Contact us to see how we can assist you with designing and implementing a partnership program for your institution.

Professional Identity Formation

The KU School of Nursing will be hosting a national Professional Identity conference in Fall 2020. Advanced Learning Perspective's Dr. Nelda Godfrey is a leading expert in this exciting and emerging field. We offer professional identity formation curriculum development and workshops. Additionally, we are working with industry leaders from around the country on further development. If you are interested in participating, we'd love to hear from you.

Professional Development Programs

Continuing education is vital to the nursing industry. Our faculty can design and implement a course at any level to meet your staff's learning needs. CE credit available.

To learn more, please contact us at GoInnovate@kumc.edu, or 913-588-1643.

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Last modified: Mar 05, 2020
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