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Positive Peer Observation

When it comes to providing safe and effective care for clients, teamwork and collaboration are essential. What about an effective curriculum? How does teamwork and collaboration impact our students? When visiting the QSEN website, it is noted that in order for us to provide quality and safety in the healthcare process, we need to be able to appreciate the attributes and contributions of others.

How do we as faculty demonstrate an appreciation for the contributions of other faculty? This is a rare occurrence in many programs for a variety of reasons. Consider all that we can learn from others on our own team if we make collaboration a priority. Consider the benefits to our students when we make collaboration a priority.

In this video, let’s explore a strategy where we not only encourage each other but we also learn from each other. Remember that every faculty member brings a unique perspective to the team. When we as educators can appreciate the value our colleagues bring to the table, our students are going to experience the full power of collaboration. They will also be more likely to adopt this attitude as professionals.

Do your students of favor and begin positive peer observation with your team today.

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