Telehealth Professionalism Education for Advanced Practice Nursing Students

Katherine E Chike-Harris, Joy Lauerer, Angie Powers, Angela Stanley
Submitted: October, 2022

Telehealth professionalism is an often-overlooked element when performing telehealth visits, but it is one that can impact patient and provider satisfaction with this health care delivery modality. This article describes a telehealth professionalism activity that was integrated into the education of advanced practice registered nursing students as one part of their telehealth education. Attainment in knowledge with this activity, in conjunction with positive student feedback, shows promise regarding the impact of the educational intervention and its sustainability.

Resource Type:
  • Peer Reviewed
  • Medical Education/Professionalism/ Pandemic