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Osmosis makes teaching the modern nursing student more effective and efficient through bite sized videos available on demand.

Osmosis makes teaching the modern nursing student more effective and efficient through bite-sized videos available on-demand

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Osmosis is the best learning tool I've seen in my 30 years as an educator. I've taught LVN/LPN, ADN, BSN, MSN and DNP students and there is something for all levels of nursing education with Osmosis.

Marc M. Triola, MD, FACP  NYU Grossman School of Medicine

Sharon Goldfarb, DNP, RN, FNP-BC
Fmr. Dean of Health Sciences, College of Marin; Adjunct Faculty, Touro University

Osmosis is the best learning tool I've seen in my 30 years as an educator. I've taught LVN/LPN, ADN, BSN, MSN and DNP students and there is something for all levels of nursing education with Osmosis.

Sharon Goldfarb, DNP, RN, FNP-BC
Fmr. Dean of Health Sciences, College of Marin; Adjunct Faculty, Touro University

Educators Love Partnering With Osmosis

On-demand content at your students' fingertips

Illustrated videos plus linked assessment items that support teaching and learning

Clinical Information and Educational Science to Support the Entire Nursing Journey

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How Osmosis supports nursing faculty

We focus on supporting faculty in three main ways: giving you the ability to spot struggling students early through a dynamic analytics dashboard, aligning the correct content to your existing curriculum, and giving you the resources you need to promote active learning from anywhere.

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Reporting & Analytics

You and your colleagues need to identify and remediate at-risk (and failing) students as early as possible.

With Osmosis, you can offer continuous low-stakes assessments to students with thousands of NCLEX-style questions. By pairing these assessments with the Osmosis Reporting Dashboard, you can spot learning gaps, and your institution will receive an early indication of students who are struggling.

Curricular Alignment & NCLEX Prep

Osmosis is designed to work with your course content, not to replace it…or you.

Curating Osmosis video playlists and practice questions aligned with your curriculum, and sharing them with your learners through your LMS, is simple and intuitive. Our flexible platform supports your program’s learning goals and meets your learners where they are.

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Flipped Classroom Resources

When flipping the classroom, Osmosis provides you with out-of-class resources with comprehensive coverage of pathology, the nursing process, client-centered care and collaboration with the interdisciplinary healthcare team. Our client scenarios resources present critical cues and clues students need in order to form clinical judgments, make clinical decisions and use outcome-oriented thinking.

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Fully engaging with the teaching and learning power of the Osmosis platform has helped me to remain relevant as an educator.

Dr. Amin Azzam, PhD

Clinical Professor at the UC Berkeley - UCSF Joint Medical Program

We’ve seen improvement in student NCLEX scores, and greater engagement with students.

Dorothy Tu, MHA
UCI Sue & Bill Gross School of Nursing

Aortic Aneurysm

Coronoary Artery Disease (CAD) and Angina Pectoris

Hypertension

Left-sided Heart Failure

Myocardial Infarction (STEMI)

Pericardial Effusion & Cardiac Tamponade

Rheumatic Heart Disease

Pericarditis

Myocarditis

Endocarditis

Valvular Disorders

Kawasaki's Disease

Dysrhythmias

Shock

Mixed Heart Defects

Cardiomyopathy

Arterial Embolism

Heart Defects that Increase Pulmonary Blood Flow

Lipid-lowering Medications: Statins

Lipid-lowering Medications: Fibrates

cGMP Mediated Smooth Muscle Vasodilators

Calcium Channel Blockers

Positive Inotropic Medications

ACE Inhibitors, ARBs and Direct Renin Inhibitors

Class I Antiarrythmics: Sodium Channel Blockers

Class II Antiarrythmics: Beta Blockers

Class III Antiarrythmics: Calcium Channel Blockers and Others

Miscellaneous Lipid Lowering Medications

Medical-Surgical Nursing

Leadership & Management

Ethics, Morals and Values

Ethical Principles & Decision Making

Legal Parameters of Nursing Practice

Liability in Nursing Practice

Safeguarding Client rights

Safeguarding Legal Professional Practice

Special Ethical & Legal Considerations in Mental Health Settings

Healthcare Settings & Management

Organizational Skills

Establishing Priorities of Care

Delegation & Supervision

Assignment-making Interdisciplinary Consults & Referrals

Leadership

Management Concepts & Skills

Managing Change

Managing Conflict

Quality Improvement (QI)

Resource Management

Error Prevention in Healthcare Settings

Injury Prevention in Healthcare Settings

Incident Reports

Disaster Planning & Emergency Response

Homeostasis & Regulation

Cardiac

Endocrine

Eyes, Ears, Nose, Throat

Gastrointestinal

Genitourinary

Geriatrics

Hematology

Immune

Integumentary

Maternal Newborn

Mental Health

Musculoskeletal and more...

Clinical Skills Notes

Cardiac

Endocrine

Eyes, Ears, Nose, Throat

Gastrointestinal

Genitourinary

Geriatrics

Hematology

Immune

Integumentary

Maternal Newborn

Mental Health

Musculoskeletal and more...

Modern nursing students love using Osmosis

Created by nurses for the next generation of heroes

Meet our Nursing Advisory Board members:

Sharon Goldfarb, DNP, RN, FNP-BC: Associate Clinical Professor, Family Health Care Nursing at University of California San Francisco School of Nursing; Western Regional Director at Organization of Associate Degree Nursing; Advisor at HealthImpact (California Nursing Policy and Workforce Center) and Osmosis

Chair:

Susan Brillhart, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN: RN-BS Program Coordinator at The College of Staten Island/CUNY

Melissa Burdi, DNP, MS, RN, LSSGB: Dean and Vice President at Purdue University Global School of Nursing

Emerson Ea, PhD, DNP, APRN, FAAN: Associate Dean, Clinical and Adjunct Faculty Affairs at New York University Rory Meyers College of Nursing

Selena Gilles, DNP, ANP-BD, CNEcl, FNYAM: Associate Dean, Undergraduate Program at New York University Rory Meyers College of Nursing

Britt Schloemer, DNP, MSN, APRN, CPNP: Assistant Professor at Bellarmine University

Charles Smith, PhD, RN: Dean of Health Sciences and Professor of Nursing at Rappahannock Community College

Monica Sousa, EdD, ACNS-BC, APRN: Professor at Western Connecticut State University

Georgianne Summer, DNP, BSN, AGACNP: Consultant at Resurrection University School of Nursing

Patricia Sutton, EdD, MS, RN: Assistant Professor at Mercy College

Hillory Thorpe, MSN, MHA, RN: Dean of Nursing at Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences

Dorothy Tu, MHA: Assistant Dean at University of California Irvine Sue & Bill Gross School of Nursing

Kathleen Winston, PhD, MSN, BSN: Dean, College of Nursing at University of Phoenix

Founding Members:

The discovery of Osmosis was life-changing for me! I went from crying in the Dean's office over a test grade to being asked to be a teacher's assistant for Pathophysiology.

Jana Ferris, Nursing Student
George Fox University

The main reasons why I love using Osmosis - is the convenience of being able to watch videos wherever I am, and the thoroughness of the videos.

Kayla Louis, RN
Atlantic Health System

Osmosis provides relevant content that’s been meticulously-tailored and is conveyed with enthusiasm and humor. The more I use Osmosis, the more I appreciate what Osmosis provides as an active study partner.

Cameron Miller, Nursing Student
Chattanooga State CC

More than 70 videos and 1,100+ NGN items paired 1:1 with learning objectives present students with information in the same way they’ll practice as a professional. Osmosis ADPIE videos take core nursing content and plug it into the nursing process.

Over 150 videos with accompanying NCLEX-style questions that are organized by systems and used to teach nursing care in clinical settings. Additional videos (coming soon) in this series include mental health, nursing across the lifespan, culturally relevant care, and nursing leadership and management.

This series includes over 140 videos and accompanying medicine tables and NCLEX-style questions to help nursing students learn Pharmacology in a memorable way. Additional videos and assessment items paired 1:1 with the video learning objectives are coming this fall! 

Nursing Process

Clinical Nursing Care

Nursing Pharmacology

More than 70 videos and 1,100+ NCLEX-style questions paired 1:1 with learning objectives present students with information in the same way they’ll practice as a professional. Osmosis ADPIE videos take core nursing content and plug it into the nursing process. 

Will be over 150 videos with accompanying NCLEX-style questions that are organized by systems and used to teach nursing care in clinical settings. Additional video series (coming soon) include mental health, nursing across the lifespan, culturally relevant care, and nursing leadership and management.

This series includes over 140 videos and accompanying medicine tables and NCLEX-style questions to help nursing students learn Pharmacology in a memorable way. Additional videos and assessment items paired 1:1 with the video learning objectives are coming this fall! 

Nursing Process

Clinical Nursing Care

Nursing Pharmacology

How Osmosis Supports Nursing Faculty

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We focus on supporting faculty in three main ways: giving you the ability to spot struggling students early through a dynamic analytics dashboard, aligning the correct content to your existing curriculum, and giving you the resources you need to promote active learning from anywhere.

Reporting & Analytics

You and your colleagues need to identify and remediate at-risk (and failing) students as early as possible.

With Osmosis, you can offer continuous low-stakes assessments to students with thousands of NCLEX-style questions. By pairing these assessments with the Osmosis Reporting Dashboard, you can spot learning gaps, and your institution will receive an early indication of students who are struggling.

Curricular Alignment & NCLEX Prep

Osmosis is designed to work with your course content, not to replace it…or you.

Curating Osmosis videos, flashcards, and practice questions aligned with your curriculum, and sharing them with your learners through your LMS, is simple and intuitive. Our flexible platform supports your program’s learning goals and meets your learners where they are.

Flipped Classroom Resources

When flipping the classroom, Osmosis provides you with out-of-class resources with comprehensive coverage of pathology, the nursing process, client-centered care and collaboration with the interdisciplinary healthcare team. Our client scenarios resources present critical cues and clues students need in order to form clinical judgments, make clinical decisions and use outcome-oriented thinking.

Osmosis makes teaching the modern nursing student more effective and efficient through bite-sized videos available on-demand

Let's get visual.

Osmosis makes teaching the modern nursing student more effective and efficient through bite sized videos available on demand.

Engaging content expertly aligned to your curriculum

Request a Demo

Osmosis is the best learning tool I've seen in my 30 years as an educator. I've taught LVN/LPN, ADN, BSN, MSN and DNP students and there is something for all levels of nursing education with Osmosis.

Sharon Goldfarb, DNP, RN, FNP-BC  Fmr. Dean of Health Sciences, College of Marin; Adjunct Faculty, Touro University

Created by nurses for the next generation of heroes

Meet our Nursing Advisory Board

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