Nurse Educator Course Offerings-PhD and DNP students

Are you a Ph.D. or DNP student interested in the UW-Madison School of Nursing Nurse Educator Program?  Nursing education takes place in diverse settings in the private and public sector, including technical schools, community centers, hospitals, and two and four-year colleges.

We are excited to offer the first of three nurse educator courses during the J-Term/Winterim period between the fall and spring academic semesters.  Successful completion of the set of courses will make students eligible to sit for the NLN CNE Nurse educator examination upon graduation.

In this first course (N 785 Foundations of Curriculum Development and Evaluation in Nursing Education), we will examine and apply knowledge and skills related to curriculum planning, implementation, and evaluation of nursing education. Emphasis is placed on the history and philosophy of nursing curricula, models of curriculum and evaluation, and strategies for change and innovation.

Please contact with any questions about the nurse educator program or courses.

This post was authored by Wendy Halm on 12/04/2020.