Latest Nursing Inc. Stories
By Giddens, Jean Brady, Debra; Brown, Pauline; Wright, Mary; Smith, Debra; Harris, Judith ABSTRACT The need for curriculum reform, a common theme in the nursing and health sciences literature for a number of years, is becoming urgent.
By Kalb, Kathleen A ABSTRACT The National League for Nursing Core Competencies of Nurse Educators with Task Statements provide a comprehensive framework for preparing new nurse educators, implementing the nurse educator role, evaluating nurse educator practice, and advancing faculty scholarship and lifelong professional development.
By Blauvelt, Margaret J Spath, Mary L ABSTRACT This article describes a formal mentoring program for new nurse faculty at a small, private, midwestern university.
By Johnson, Arlene E ABSTRACT The introduction of web-based instruction into nursing education has resulted in a significant change in the responsibilities of nurse educators.
By Royse, Mary A Newton, Sarah E ABSTRACT Gaming is an innovative teaching strategy that research has shown to be effective for improving nursing student learning outcomes.
By Walker, Jean T Martin, Tina M; Haynie, Lisa; Norwood, Anne; Et al ABSTRACT Accelerated baccalaureate nursing programs are in great demand in the United States. Currently there are 197 such programs, but little research has been conducted on student characteristics and program outcomes.
By Davenport, Nancy C ABSTRACT Nurse educators face many challenges in their efforts to prepare graduates for success on the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN).
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