E-contents as a tool for facilitating the communication with patients

30 minute demonstration on developing online patient education materials

Bostjan Zvanut, Professor University of Primorska, Slovenia


E-learning tools in clinical systematic assessment/judgement

This is a MOOC aiming to demonstrate skills and improve knowledge about systematic clinical assessment, for nurses and other health professionals.

Dr. Anne Moen, Professor Oslo University

Click here to download instructions

National League for Nursing

Taking Aim Webinar Series: Weekly webinars for innovative knowledge sharing and exchange of ideas and solutions


NLN Center for Innovation in Education Excellence with contributions from NLN Simulation Leaders are compiling virtual resources on Covid-19 and virtual simulation options for pre-licensure students and NP students. The documents are updated every Monday.


ONLINE Teaching Tips

On this website, you can find guidelines, examples from practice and recommendations of digital tools.  The guide aims to guide you as a teacher in Healthcare to redesign the traditional classroom teaching to various learning activities that support distance learning


The Quality and Safety Education for Nurses

If you are a nursing faculty member looking for creative approaches to delivering course content, browse the teaching strategies used by your colleagues in the QSEN Teaching Strategy repository. The peer-reviewed instructional methods can be tailored to fit traditional and virtual environments.

Delivering High Quality Instruction in Response to COVID-19 faculty Playbook

This is a faculty-focused playbook intended to improve course design, teaching, and learning in online environments. With special attention to the needs of instructors teaching online for the first time, the guide offers strategies for getting started and improving over time.


You will need to provide them with your name, institution and email to download the book.

Use of Simulation Software with Virtual Patients

The Science Center Health and Technology at University of South-Eastern Norway invested in access to a digital simulation software with virtual patients (www.bodyinteract.com) in January 2019. In the following year, the software was tested in different student groups in the nursing education, both bachelor (all three years) and master levels (Nurse Practitioners).

Use of simulation software with Virtual Patients Document

Exploring digital simulation as virtual clinical rotation in nursing education – Handout