Burns, Rebecca individual record
Clinical Assistant Professor

o High-impact practice of mentoring and engagement. Through best practice communication, a reciprocal interview technique is utilized from day one to outline course expectations, define the partnership between faculty and student in obtaining goals, discuss syllabus concerns, and ultimately build a community in the online setting.

o Innovative teaching strategies to ensure and embrace diversity within the classroom. Through promotion of a growth-mindset, students are challenged to eliminate stereotypes in their healthcare setting and among peers. Within discussions, both group and individual boards, I encourage open voice in discussing the influence of diversity on their discipline.

o Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) leadership and evidence-based practice outcomes are of critical importance and either supports or refutes competencies met within all RN-BSN programs across the nation. The comparison to Traditional BSN students is lacking in current research.

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Texas A&M University; College Of Nursing; 8447 Riverside Pkwy, MailStop 1359
Bryan, TX 77807