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Teaching in Nursing: A Guide for Faculty breaks new ground in preparing you for a teaching career because this is the first resource to address all three components of the profession: teaching, curriculum, and evaluation of students. A winner of the American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Award for its first edition, this updated guide offers the teaching tools that will help you succeed in an evolving health care environment. A greater diversity of students, curriculum development, the redesigning of health care systems, and advances in information and technology are just a few of the challenges that await you as a teacher. This book includes many contributions from nationally recognized scholars, who draw on sources ranging from the most current literature to the classics in nursing, education, and other fields.
"this comprehensive textbook and practical guide explores in great detail the role of nurse educator...the text is broken up with examples, sub headings and excellent tavles and diagrams, with a clear outline of the key points."
Nursing Standards, August 2012
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Reviewer: Mary Allen Carey, PhD (University of Oklahoma College of Nursing) Description: This is an update of a comprehensive faculty guide to the four major components of the educator role. Purpose: The book covers the educator role components of teaching, curriculum, information technology, and evaluation of students and programs. Audience: Students preparing for teaching in the field of nursing and professional nursing educators are the intended audience. The book has been recommended by the National League for Nursing as a resource for nurses preparing to take the Certified Nurse Educator Examination. Features: The book is divided into five units: faculty and students; curriculum; teaching and learning; teaching, learning, and information resources; and evaluation. Each unit is well written by experts in the field in an organized narrative. Assessment: This high quality book is a valuable addition to the libraries of the nursing educators.