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Authors

  1. Sterman, Ellen RN, APN-C, AOCNS, ACNS, RN-C
  2. Ross, Barbara MA, RN-BC, FN-CSA
  3. Russell, Susan L. BSN, RNC-NIC
  4. Aizley, Cheryle MSN, RN, CPNP, CCRN
  5. Viellette, Eileen Latwis MS, RN, APN-C, CCRN, CPAN
  6. Suplicki, Linda MSN, RN, APN-C, CCRN
  7. Tynes, Hester MS, RN, BC
  8. Solatorio, Rocelyn MS, BSN, RNC
  9. Sciscione, Patricia MSN, RN, CEN, CSN-NJ

Abstract

Despite the reality of high patient acuity, staffing challenges, and financial constraints, nurse educators must convey information to staff in an expeditious and effective manner. Determining which educational methods meet the staff's needs and learning preferences is a daily challenge for educators. This experimental study compared two different educational methods, lecture and poster presentation, examining nursing knowledge acquisition and retention as well as satisfaction with the educational method.