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NURS 792 Online Module - Leveraging Generative AI for Nursing School Faculty

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50 Minutes
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This self-paced, interactive, online module is designed to equip nursing school faculty with the knowledge and skills to integrate generative AI into their teaching and administrative practices effectively. Participants will explore the foundational concepts of generative AI and its practical applications in nursing education including but not limited to curriculum development, faculty development, and administrative efficiency. Participants will develop or refine critical skills needed for responsible use of generative AI such as data literacy, critical thinking, and ethical reasoning. The module concludes with a comprehensive assessment to ensure understanding and a feedback survey to guide future enhancements. Additional resources are provided to encourage ongoing learning and application. This module serves as a vital resource for nursing educators aiming to pioneer the integration of cutting-edge AI technology into their curricula and streamline educational and administrative processes.


This course is part of Dr. Stephens practicum in teaching in nursing and health professions course requirements. Thank you for supporting this work.


Learning Objectives

After completing this module, learners will be able to:

1. ​Define generative AI and key features and capabilities relevant to nursing education.

2. Identify various generative AI tools that are shaping nursing practice and education.

3. Explain the usefulness of generative AI applications in curriculum development, personalized learning experiences, and administrative efficiency.

4. Discuss the ethical implications of using generative AI, including considerations of bias, data privacy, and human oversight.




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Cory Stephens, DNP, RN, NI-BC, CPHIMS, FHIMSS, is an assistant professor at the University of Maryland School of Nursing. Previously, he worked at the National Institutes of Health as a nurse consultant - informatics. Throughout his career, Stephens has developed custom clinical decision support in support of clinical research; modernized an in-person electronic health record (EHR) training program to one that is role-based and accessible anywhere in an online learning management system; implemented a mobile EHR application; designed another mobile app for nurses and other clinicians to access reference materials; guided the development of a homegrown telehealth program at the start of the pandemic; pushed the organization forward in its adoption of Microsoft 365 applications by teaching nurses, other clinicians, and staff how and why to use modern communication and collaboration tools such as Microsoft Teams, Bookings, and Forms; and taught nurses and other information technology staff how to optimize and automate workflows using Power Automate. Stephens has enjoyed precepting nursing informatics graduate students and preparing them for successful careers. Stephens completed his DNP focused on strategies for nurse leaders to promote the integration of information and communication technologies like Microsoft Teams into nursing practice.