Date of Award/Publication


Document Type


Degree Name

M.S. in Advanced Practice Nursing

First Supervisor

Charlene Smith


Teaching RN to BSN nursing students to incorporate patient-centered care and quality concepts into practice presents both challenges and opportunities for educators. While guidelines and tools exist, the development of praxis can be an intricate process. This article describes the development, deployment and evaluation of an RN to BSN hybrid course focused on patient-centered care and quality. Strategies and evaluation methods will be outlined and consideration of the efficacy of using a hybrid instructional design will be discussed.

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