Nursing and Health Care Perspectives

Articles from Vol. 19, No. 6, November

A Collaborative Effort for Sex Education
IN RURAL SCHOOL SETTINGS Many students report that sex and sexuality education is, at best, inappropriate and, at worst, nonexistent. Alarming statistics for teen pregnancy and a high incidence of sexually transmitted diseases support the need for...
A Learning-Service Community Partnership Model for Pediatric Student EXPERIENCES
Nurse educators are attempting to revise the nursing curriculum to keep pace with the changing focus of health care and prepare graduates for practice in a community-based, community-focused health care system (1,2). An important aspect of the change...
COMMUNITY-BASED NURSING EDUCATION: RESEARCH STUDY from the NLN Vision for Nursing Education HAWAI'I / PHASE II
FOUR SITES -- Hawai'i, Minnesota, Texas, and Massachusetts -- were selected by the NLN to participate in the National League for Nursing Vision for Nursing Education: Phase II Project, a one-year initiative focused on community-based nursing education....
Concerted Action to Meet the Nation's Nursing Needs: The First NLN Convention
The early 1950S was a watershed period in American history. In politics, Dwight D. Eisenhower was beginning his two-term Presidential career. In science, the hydrogen bomb, the greatest weapon of mass destruction the world had ever known, was being...
Education News
WHAT IS NEW at your school of nursing? Please contact Nursing and Health Care Perspectives c/o Leslie Block, Publications Manager, National League for Nursing, 61 Broadway, New York, NY 10006; fax 212/812-0393; lblock@nln.org. New Biotherapy Nursing...
FOCUS GROUPS: A UNIQUE APPROACH to Curriculum Development
The purpose of this article is to describe the use and effectiveness of focus group methodology for curriculum development. This unique approach grew from the investigators' belief in the application of the principles of primary health care in designing...
Integrating Advanced Practice Nurses in Home Care
ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSES in Home Care Recommendations for a Teaching Home Care Program Much if not all, of the health service needs of the frail elderly can, and will, be provided in the community and at home. To be cared for at home is the overwhelming...
New Resources
Eye Awareness in November/January The National Eye Institute is hoping to call attention to National Diabetes Month in November and Glaucoma Awareness Month in January by offering a variety of free materials and resources for health professionals....
NLNAC Frequently Asked Questions
How Does NLNAC Respond to Increasing Reliance on Part-Time Faculty? Full-time faculty, adequate in number, are deemed essential to the quality of education. Ideally, full-time faculty have a major commitment to the school and to the nursing program....
On the Web
www.health.gov/healthypeople Healthy People 2010 Objectives The Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion has published Healthy People 2010 Objectives: Draft for Public Comment on the web and is seeking feedback from the public through...
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