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SAGE Video Nursing Collection

The new Nursing collection features content aligned to support traditional baccalaureate- and masters- level nursing programs. This collection works to support such critical areas of nursing education that surpass the standard series on clinical skills presented in an array of demonstration, tutorial, and in practice videos. Interviews with active leaders and practitioners in the field are also included to provide insights into the many directions of a career in nursing.

As part of this 75-hour video collection, SAGE has partnered with renowned nursing video producer, Medcom Trainex,* to produce 12 hours of original content, which will be available exclusively through SAGE to the university market. Approximately 15% of this content offers Continuing Education Units through the Medcom platform.

Also included in this collection will be a 15-part series on Nursing Research created through a partnership with the Southern Nursing Research Society. 

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NEW! Assessment Tool

  • Accessible only to instructors, questions specifically curated for video to help supplement content
  • Easily accessed on the corresponding video page and available for download
  • Choose any or all of the questions from an editable file to customize your needs

*This content will be available through both SAGE and Medcom on a non-exclusive basis for all other markets.

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New content coming in January 2022!

Approximately 7 new hours covering: 

  • Nursing & Diversity
  • Nursing & Mental Health
  • Nursing & Leadership
  • Nursing in Times of Crisis

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Video topics include:

  • Organizational and Systems Leadership
  • Nursing Scholarship and Evidence-Based Practice
  • Information Management
  • Nursing and the Healthcare Environment
  • Interprofessional Collaboration
  • Professional Issues
  • Nursing Roles and Specialties

Editorial Board:

  • Bimbola Akintade, University of Maryland, Baltimore
  • Jeri Brandt, Nebraska Wesleyan University
  • Paul Thomas Clements, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  • Patricia W. Coleman-Burns, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
  • H. Michael Dreher, College of New Rochelle
  • Majeda El-Banna, George Washington University
  • Anita Fitzgerald, California State University, Long Beach
  • Lorraine Nelson, Centennial College
  • Demetrius Porche, Louisiana State University, New Orleans