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Junior Faculty Spotlight: Mary Lauren Pfieffer and Natasha McClure

Each month, the CFT Newsletter highlights the work of our Junior Faculty Teaching Fellows. This month, Mary Lauren Pfieffer, Nursing, and Natasha McClure, nursing, talk about their teaching philosophy and interests. * Mary Lauren Pfieffer I currently teach in the Family Nurse Practitioner program at Vanderbilt School of Nursing. Ultimately, I am preparing graduate nursing…

Posted on January 18, 2018 in News, ,


Junior Faculty Spotlight: Kanah Lewallen

Each month, the CFT Newsletter highlights the work of our Junior Faculty Teaching Fellows. This month, Kanah Lewallen, nursing, talks about their teaching philosophy and interests. Within the School of Nursing, I have the pleasure to instruct students in the Adult Gerontological Primary Care and Family Nurse Practitioner programs. My teaching philosophy is primarily focused…

Posted on December 17, 2017 in News, , ,


Junior Faculty Spotlight: Jannyse Starks

Each month, the CFT Newsletter highlights the work of our Junior Faculty Teaching Fellows. This month, Jannyse Starks talks about her teaching philosophy and interests. I teach in Vanderbilt University School of Nursing’s (VUSN) Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) program. Through the FNP program, we prepare registered nurses to provide comprehensive primary care to individuals across…

Posted on October 30, 2017 in News, , ,


Coupling curriculum revision and scholarship in the School of Nursing

We need to have coordinated lectures throughout our curriculum so that students get key concepts early and then build on that solid foundation. We need to avoid undesired redundancy. We need to keep students engaged throughout the three 8-hour days they spend with us in block. We need to quit powerpointing students to death. In…

Posted on May 18, 2016 in News, , , ,