By Marilyn H. Oermann PhD RN FAAN, Kathleen T. Heinrich PhD RN
Drawn to the newest tendencies in nursing schooling written through the nurse educators pioneering those techniques? Then welcome to the 1st quantity of the once a year evaluation of Nursing Education.This evaluation makes a speciality of those leading edge practices of educating. It describes academic options you could adapt for your personal settings and is written for educators in affiliate, baccalaureate, and graduate nursing courses, employees improvement, and carrying on with schooling. The objective of the overview is to maintain educators up to date on fresh ideas in nursing schooling throughout all settings.
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Consideration of Healthy People 2010 objectives to determine outcome measures for collection of health promotion and disease prevention data has been useful in making recommendations for the development of the data collection tool. 36 NURSING EDUCATION AND THE COMMUNITY LESSONS LEARNED Experience of Being Co-learners with Faculty Students immersed in these new service-learning experiences are asked to explore the unknown and to challenge assumptions about how individuals and families access care and attend to current health needs (Poirrier, 2001).
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The more students and faculty can work at alternative times, the richer the experience will be. Board of Nursing rules help dictate how this can occur. Some experiences such as an immunization clinic usually mandate the presence of a faculty member or a formal preceptor arrangement. Other experiences, for example, assisting with a class for high school students on HIV given by community health educators, generally do not require the presence of the instructor. Some learning activities can be done with the faculty on beeper call if the students have already demonstrated competence in the activity.