Nursing and Health Care Perspectives

Articles from Vol. 19, No. 5, September-October

A Faculty Case Management Practice: Integrating Teaching, Service, and Research
Like many other schools, the faculty of the University of Oklahoma College of Nursing (OUCN) recently revised its baccalaureate and master's curricula to prepare students better for the evolving changes in the nursing profession and the health care job...
An International Nursing Course; the Health System, England
As nurse educators look to the curricula of the 21st century, there is growing interest in developing for students a global understanding of health care as practiced in other countries. At Loyola University, Chicago, an elective course provides an...
Beyond Community Assessment into the Real World of Learning Aggregate Practice
ONE CERTAINTY for nursing, and therefore for nursing education, is that nurses of the 21st century will be called upon to deliver aggregate-based care. Faculty, seeking ways to prepare students for this challenge, often use community assessment as...
Essential Nursing References
INTERAGENCY COUNCIL ON INFORMATION RESOURCES FOR NURSING The list was compiled by the following representatives of member agencies of ICIRN: Margaret (Peg) Allen, Richard Barry, Dawn Bick, Elizabeth Hawkins Brady, Karen DuBois, Yelena Friedman, Warren...
Integrating Accreditation Criteria into Educational Program Evaluation
In 1990, the National League for Nursing adopted an outcomes-oriented process for accreditation review (1). Since that time, some educators have mistakenly assumed that this type of approach replaces the need for a comprehensive theorydriven evaluation...
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