Nursing and Health Care Perspectives

Articles from Vol. 22, No. 6, November-December

An Evidence-Based Curriculum to Prepare Students for Global Nursing Practice
ABSTRACT This article describes a curriculum designed to prepare nurses for global public health practice. Designed to be adapted to meet the needs of either undergraduate or graduate students, the curriculum uses the Internet to provide the knowledge...
Announcements
The Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools has awarded its 2001 International Distinguished Leadership Award to the Honorable Syringa Marshall Burnett, CD, MA, BAScN, President of the Senate, Jamaica, West Indies. Dr. Burnett is chair of...
A Renaissance in Nursing Education: Thriving in a New Era
JUST DAYS AFTER THE TERRORIST ATTACKS OF SEPTEMBER 11, THE NATIONAL LEAGUE FOR NURSING CONVENED IN BALTIMORE FOR THE NLN EDUCATION SUMMIT 2001. More than 700 members, friends, and colleagues from schools of nursing throughout the United States and...
Development of an Academic Consortium for Nurse-Managed Primary Care
ABSTRACT This article describes the development of an academic consortium comprised of four universities and their schools and colleges of nursing. The initial efforts at collaboration arose from the need to obtain funding and address policy issues...
Lessons Learned from Developing, Implementing, and Evaluating a Model of Community-Driven Nursing
ABSTRACT The Helene Fuld Health Trust, HSBC Bank USA, Trustee has made generous contributions to the development of community-based nursing education. As a recipient of funds, faculty at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing developed,...
Melinda: Nominated by Her Colleagues at the Indiana University School of Nursing, Indianapolis, Melinda M. Swenson, PhD, NP-C, FNP, Was the Recipient of the 2001 NLN Award for Excellence in Teaching
A certified Family Nurse Practitioner since 1980, she teaches nurse practitioner students and coordinates the Family Nurse Practitioner major, the largest of the school's MSN majors. Approximately 60 students are enrolled in the program. (Faculty Matters)...
New Leadership for the NLN
REMINDING HER LISTENERS THAT "preferred futures are inventable," Dr. Nancy Langston passed the presidency of the NLN on to Dr. Eileen Zungolo, who described herself as "awestruck by the example that has been set for me." "I will try very hard to carry...
New Resources. (Resource Center)
Elder Abuse Geriatric Video Productions, Inc. is offering "Preventing and Handling Resident Abuse and Neglect," a new video that provides a simple but effective process to recognize and address abuse in nursing home facilities. For more information...
Perceived Barriers to Teaching for Critical Thinking by BSN Nursing Faculty
ABSTRACT The ability to think critically is considered an essential skill of nursing graduates and competent nursing practice. Yet, the literature reports that teachers are having difficulty teaching for critical thinking and that critical thinking...
Tomorrow Is Ours to Win or Lose: Responding to a Heightened Demand for Nurses Amidst a National Crisis. (President's Message)
911 -- the numbers that echo distress and invite rescue will live in United States history as the date our nation was attacked in a mindless, intolerable act of aggression that left thousands dead and wounded and millions inconsolable. September 11,...
Uncovering Racial Bias in Nursing Fundamentals Textbooks
ABSTRACT This article describes research that sought to identify and critique selected content areas from three nursing fundamentals textbooks for the presence or absence of racial bias embedded in the portrayal of African Americans. The analyzed content...
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