1 edition of Annual Review of Nursing Education found in the catalog.
|Statement||Springer Publishing Company|
|Publishers||Springer Publishing Company|
|LC Classifications||November 6, 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 136 p. :|
|Number of Pages||58|
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Essai historique sur les libertés de léglise gallicane, et des autres églises de la catholicité, pendant les deux derniers siècles.
EXPLORATION OF NURSING STUDENTS EXPECTATIONS OF FACULTY GUIDANCE-RELATED ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS IN THE CLINICAL LABORATORY.
Mastery of the competency is achieved to the satisfaction of the faculty without the normal time-bound semester structure IOM, 2010. A Focus on Older Adults: From Online to CD-ROM, Linda Felver and Catherine Van Son• The curriculum also blends academic preparation with health care career education, thereby opening the doors of college to workers who might not otherwise enroll or succeed Moss and Weinstein, 2009.
VANA also was aimed at encouraging interprofessional programs and increasing the retention and recruitment of VA nurses.
It is also difficult to discern how DNP nurses could affect the provision of nursing education and whether they will play a significant role in easing faculty shortages.
Each chapter contains common sense approaches to every educator's questions. Of interest, it was the business case—the opportunity to decrease the amount of money the organization was spending on costly temporary nurses—that tipped the balance in favor of action The Lewin Group, 2009.2008; Kruger et al. This timely volume in the Springer Annual Annual Review of Nursing Education of Nursing Education series reflects the hottest issues and trends igniting national discourse today.
A Mechanism for Achieving Complementary Health Literacy, C. The committee believes that increasing the proportion of the nursing workforce with a BSN from the current 50 percent to 80 percent by 2020 is bold but achievable. More nurses must receive a solid education in how to manage complex conditions and coordinate care with multiple health professionals.
Almost 15 years ago, the National Advisory Council on Nurse Education and Practice, which advises Congress and the secretary of Health and Human Services on areas relevant to nursing, called for the development of policy actions that would ensure a minimum of 66 percent of RNs who work as nurses would have a BSN or higher degree by 2010 Aiken et al. Developing Emotional Competence through Service Learning, R. The Role of Community Colleges Community colleges play a key role in attracting students to the nursing education pipeline.
The committee believes the implementation of these recommendations holds promise for ensuring a more diverse health care workforce in the future.2005; Friese et al.