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TTP Learning Modules. Nancy Spector, PhD, RN Site Coordinator Meeting April 28, 2011. Modules. Since 2000. Current Module Development. Interactive Services Department Regulatory Innovations Department Panel of Experts. All Modules. Experiential learning Engaging Toolkit with

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Ttp learning modules

TTP Learning Modules

Nancy Spector, PhD, RN

Site Coordinator Meeting

April 28, 2011



Since 2000

Since 2000

Current module development

Current Module Development

  • Interactive Services Department

  • Regulatory Innovations Department

  • Panel of Experts

All modules

All Modules

  • Experiential learning

  • Engaging

  • Toolkit with


  • Definitions

  • Lots of cases and


All modules1

All Modules

  • Branching scenario across all modules

  • Feedback and reflection

  • Safety and clinical reasoning

All modules2

All Modules

  • Introduction to module and to each lesson

  • Specific lessons

  • Interactive activities and check-ups

  • Module summary

  • Exam at end

Preceptor training

Preceptor Training

  • Writer: Sara Levin, MSN, RN-BC, NorthShore University HealthSystem, IL

  • Reviewer: Maureen Barrett, MSN, RN

Preceptor module

Preceptor Module

  • Clear understanding of our model

  • Roles and responsibilities

  • Communication

  • Learning styles

  • Root Cause Analysis

Communication and teamwork

Communication and Teamwork

Writer: Gerry Altmiller, EdD, MS, APRN, LaSalle University, PA

Clinical Reviewer: Bethany Robertson, DNP, CNM, Emory University School of Nursing, GA

Communication and teamwork1

Communication and Teamwork

  • Performance evaluation

  • TeamSTEPPS strategies, such as SBAR and callouts

  • Delegation

  • Workplace environment

Patient centered care

Patient-Centered Care

Writers: Gail Armstrong, DNP, ACNS-BC, CNE; University of CO, Denver;

Linda Kmetz, PhD, RN, UPMC Shadyside School of Nursing, PA

Clinical Reviewer: Mary Walton, MSN, RN, University of Pennsylvania Hospital

Patient centered care1

Patient-Centered Care

  • Recognize multiple patient dimensions

  • Cultural dimensions

  • Health care systems

  • Organizing and prioritizing care

  • Professional boundaries

Evidence based practice

Evidence-Based Practice

Writer: Deborah Stiffler, PhD, RN, CNM; Indiana University School of Nursing

Clinical Reviewer: Margo Halm, RN, PhD, ACNS-BC, FAHA; Salem Hospital, Oregon

Evidence based practice1

Evidence-Based Practice

  • Why evidence should be used

  • Accessing databases

  • Evaluating the evidence

  • Clinical practice guidelines

  • Implementing the best evidence

Quality improvement

Quality Improvement

Writer: Mary Dolansky, RN, PhD; Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, Case Western Reserve University

Clinical Reviewer: Tara Trimarchi, MSN, RN, CRNP; The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Quality improvement1

Quality Improvement

  • Identifying gaps in practice

  • QI tools

  • Monitoring data

  • Keys to successful




Writer: Karin Sherill, RN, MSN, NEd, CNE; Maricopa Nursing at Mesa Community College

Clinical Reviewer: Paula Jarzemsky, MSN, RN; University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing



  • Competency development in informatics

  • Information management systems

  • Confidentiality and security

  • How informatics improves patient safety

    • Examples of medical record reports

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