Academic journal article Nursing Education Perspectives

Determining the Current State of Clinical Nursing Education

Academic journal article Nursing Education Perspectives

Determining the Current State of Clinical Nursing Education

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THE, NLN DEPARTMENT OF RESEARCH is conducting a new survey, Clinical Nursing Education in Pre-Licensure RN Programs, which will remain online until April 17. Faculty and administrators selected to participate in the survey have been provided with personalized access information. Co-project directors are Dr. Lin Jacobson, NLN director of research, and Dr. Cecelia Grindel, associate director of graduate programs and a professor at the Byrdine F. Lewis School of Nursing, Georgia State University.

Data collected from this survey will be used to determine the current state of clinical nursing education in pre-licensure RN programs. The expectation is that the findings will provide baseline data for more focused surveys related to clinical teaching and learning. Highlights of the findings will be presented at the NLN Education Summit 2005, which takes place in Baltimore, September 29-October 1.

Issues relating to patient safety and quality of care have been major concerns for nursing education since the publication in 1999 of the Institute of Medicine report, To Err Is Human: Building a Safer Health System. …

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