This week on the podcast we have Laura Klenke-Borgmann. She is a clinical associate professor at the University of Kansas, School of Nursing. She has obtained her BSN, MSN, and PhD. Laura first started her nursing career in the Emergency Room and then went on to do travel nursing in New York City! She later realized her passion for teaching when she was a preceptor on the floor. She went on to get her MSN and then later her PhD.
As a clinical associate professor, she teaches the very dreaded pathophysiology class! However, she wanted to find a way to better bridge the gap between classroom knowledge and the actual work nurses do on the floors. Enter, simulation labs.
Laura has conducted multiple studies in relation to simulation labs and nursing learning/knowledge. Today, she tells us about those studies and how nurses can get involved and work in simulation labs.
Be sure and listen to this episode and share with others who might be interested in this amazing opportunity in nursing!
She is a clinical associate professor at the University of Kansas, School of Nursing. She has obtained her BSN, MSN, and PhD
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