Using a Flipped Classroom Design to Educate Oncology Nurses

The flipped classroom is an innovative new teaching model that is especially applicable to oncology nursing education where an understanding of rapidly evolving clinical data must be combined with practical management of patients. Clinical Care Options piloted a flipped classroom program entitled Nursing Considerations in the Care of Patients with Multiple Myeloma (MM), designed to include self-directed online pre-work allowing nurses to build a foundational knowledge of MM in order to improve their mastery of clinical skills and maximize learning opportunities with nursing experts in a live education setting.

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