Innovative Teaching Strategies
ACHNE members are encouraged to submit their Innovative Teaching Strategies (ITS)!
Innovative Teaching Strategies are peer-reviewed, scholarly submissions, which are posted in the Members-only section of the ACHNE website. After review, submissions can be included as a peer-reviewed scholarly submission on your resume and annual review! This is a great way for ACHNE members to share expertise and resources (Join Now). Any ACHNE member may submit a strategy. More information and submission forms can be found online also.
Here is an example of a submission:
Stalter, Ann M., Leadership and Systems Thinking To Assess Transitions Of Care And Population Health In Home Health And Hospice Agencies
The newest submissions are:
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ITS Directions and Submission Form
Directions for Submitters:
Thank you for submitting an innovative teaching strategy (ITS) for possible publication on the Member’s Only section of the ACHNE website. The following provides directions for completing the ITS submission form.
Submitting the Strategy:
Save your ITS File(s) (word document) using the following format:
Strategy Title Date (e.g., Virtual Poverty Simulation Strategy June 17, 2014)
Submit the completed ITS submission to Carol Gaskamp PhD, RN, PHNA-BC at email@example.com, Editor ACHNE Innovative Teaching Strategies Website.
Peer Review Process:
Once an ITS is received by the editor, personally identifying information is removed from the submission prior to sending to the ITS review team for blind peer review. All feedback received from the reviewers is summarized and sent to the ITS author for consideration and revision of the ITS as appropriate. Depending on the extent of the revisions, the ITS may undergo a second review or be submitted for publication by the ITS Editor. (See ITS Review tool at the end of this document)
Following approval, the strategy is posted on the ACHNE website Members-only section.