Best Practices in Nursing Education: Stories of Exemplary Teachers

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Table of contents

  • About the Editors ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Tables vii
  • Acknowledgments viii
  • Contributors ix
  • Foreword xiv
  • Preface xvii
  • Chapter 1 - Introduction 1
  • Chapter 2 - Diane M. Billings 3
  • Chapter 3 - Rosemary Donley 9
  • Chapter 4 - Florence S. Downs 20
  • Chapter 5 - Vernice Ferguson 30
  • Chapter 6 - M. Louise Fitzpatrick 38
  • Chapter 7 - William L. Holzemer 48
  • Chapter 8 - Pamela Ironside 56
  • Chapter 9 - Pamela R. Jeffries 62
  • Chapter 10 - Patricia R. Liehr 70
  • Chapter 11 - E. Jane Martin 77
  • Chapter 12 - Angela Barron Mcbride 87
  • Chapter 13 - Diana Lynn Morris 99
  • Chapter 14 - Adeline Nyamathi 107
  • Chapter 15 - Marilyn Oermann 113
  • Chapter 16 - Lynn Rew 118
  • Chapter 17 - Grayce M. Sills 126
  • Chapter 18 - Ursula Springer 134
  • Chapter 19 - Christine A. Tanner 139
  • Chapter 20 - Kimberly Adams Tufts 149
  • Chapter 21 - Suzanne Van Ort 156
  • Chapter 22 - May L. Wykle 163
  • Chapter 23 - Joyce J. Fitzpatrick 171
  • Chapter 24 - Mary Jane Smith 176
  • Chapter 25 - Tips and Techniques for Teachers 183
  • Acknowledgment of Survey Participants 205
  • Index 207
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