Nurses' Substance Use Education - MOOC
Nurses’ Substance Use Education Through a Massive Open Online Course (NSUE-MOOC) is designed to mainstream substance use (SU) education by reaching Purdue University, West Lafayette, School of Nursing (PSON) students, as well as those students in collaborating SONs from across the country and representing a range of educational levels. Our goals are: 1) to mainstream substance use (SU) content and develop high quality, comprehensive, SU education modules (a continuum of modules, from novice to advanced practitioner) that nurse educators can integrate into their existing curricula, including educational-level specific content (i.e., associate degree [ADN], baccalaureate [BSN/BS], advanced practice [NP and doctor of nursing practice/DNP]); and 2) to increase the composition (ADN to NP/DNP) and number of nurses learning substance-use-specific content.
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Attribution of content: Foli, K. J., Huang, W., Adams, N., Kersey, S., Good, B., Ott, C., & Duha, M. S. (2021). Nurses’ Substance Use Education Through a Massive Open Online Course (NSUE-MOOC). Purdue University, School of Nursing, West Lafayette, Indiana.