Teaching Intravenous Therapy Using Innovative Strategies

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Abstract

The role of teacher is inherit to the profession of nursing. Whether teaching occurs in the formal classroom setting, education departments, or at the bedside, the audience is usually the adult learner. The six strategies (including ice breakers, feedback lecture, concept mapping, and games) and the media tips presented in this article provide an alternative to the traditional classroom setting by using adult learning principles as a basis for teaching intravenous therapy. Teaching IV therapy requires appropriate use of audio and visual educational media and coordination with the audience and the subject content of the presentation

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