Download Annual Review of Nursing Education, Volume 1, 2003 by Marilyn H. Oermann PhD RN FAAN, Kathleen T. Heinrich PhD PDF

By Marilyn H. Oermann PhD RN FAAN, Kathleen T. Heinrich PhD RN

ISBN-10: 0826124445

ISBN-13: 9780826124449

Attracted to the most recent traits in nursing schooling written via the nurse educators pioneering those techniques? Then welcome to the 1st quantity of the once a year assessment of Nursing Education.This evaluation makes a speciality of those leading edge practices of educating. It describes academic innovations you could adapt in your personal settings and is written for educators in affiliate, baccalaureate, and graduate nursing courses, employees improvement, and carrying on with schooling. The aim of the evaluation is to maintain educators up-to-date on fresh recommendations in nursing schooling throughout all settings.

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Student safety is further enhanced by the fact that students often become an integral part of the community and are viewed as a group there to help (Carroll, Morin, Hayes, & Carter, 1999). Another concern is that students will miss out on essential specialty clinical practice because they are spending less time on inpatient acute care units. Again, this is rarely true. Because the students have exposure to all clinical specialties in the community, they can focus on the acute care aspects of the specialty when in the inpatient agencies.

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