Annual Review of Nursing Education, Volume 1, 2003 / Edition 1

Annual Review of Nursing Education, Volume 1, 2003 / Edition 1

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Annual Review of Nursing Education, Volume 1, 2003 / Edition 1

Interested in the latest trends in nursing education written by the nurse educators pioneering these innovations? Then welcome to the first volume of the Annual Review of Nursing Education.This Review focuses on these innovative practices of teaching. It describes educational strategies you can adapt to your own settings and is written for educators in associate, baccalaureate, and graduate nursing programs, staff development, and continuing education. The goal of the Review is to keep educators updated on recent innovations in nursing education across all settings.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780826124449
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
Publication date: 02/24/2003
Series: Annual Review of Nursing Education , #1
Edition description: First Edition
Pages: 392
Product dimensions: 6.34(w) x 9.26(h) x 0.95(d)

About the Author

Marilyn H. Oermann, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN is the Director of Evaluation and Educational Research at Duke University School of Nursing, Durham, North Carolina. She is the author/co-author of 15 nursing education books and many articles on teaching and evaluation in nursing, and on writing for publication. She is the editor of the Journal of Nursing Care Quality and Nurse Author & Editor and is past editor of the Annual Review of Nursing Education. Dr. Oermann received the National League for Nursing Award for Excellence in Nursing Education Research and the Sigma Theta Tau International Elizabeth Russell Belford Award for Excellence in Education.

Kathleen T. Heinrich, PhD, RN, is the principal of KTH Consulting in Guilford, Connecticut, helping faculty groups become passionate scholars. Based on her 25 years as a university professor and 15 years of studying how nurses become scholars, Dr. Heinrich is writing a book entitled Share What You Do: An Experiential Guidebook for Nurses

Table of Contents

    Part I: Nursing Education and the Community
  1. Community-Based Curricula at BSN and Graduate Levels, D.M. Wink
  2. Community-Based Curricula at ADN Level: A Science-Learning Model, M.E. Tagliareni, E. Speakman
  3. Professional-Community Partnerships: Successful Collaboration, T. Shellenbarger

  4. Part II: Mentoring and Preceptorship
  5. Strategies for Promoting Nontraditional Student Retention and Success, M.R. Jeffreys
  6. Preceptorship: A Quintessential Component of Nursing Education, F. Myrick, O. Yonge
  7. From Partners to Passionate Scholars: Preparing Nurse Educators for the New Millenium, K.T. Heinrich, with contributors
  8. Rewarding Teaching Excellence through a Master Educator’s Guild, C. N. Kotecki
  9. Using Care Groups to Mentor Nursing Students, R.L. Pullen, P. Murray, K.S. McGee

  10. Part III: Distance Education
  11. Overview of Distance Education in Nursing: Where Are We Now and Where Are We Going?, K.E. Hodson Carlton, L.L. Siktberg, J. Flowers, et al
  12. Teaching Creatively Online, P.L. Chinn
  13. Innovation and Quality in Higher Education: A RN-BSN Program Goes Online, J.E. Thiele, A.M. Hirsch
  14. Community-Based Model of Distance Education for Nurse-Midwives and Nurse Practitioners, S.E. Stone
  15. Issues in Rural Health: Model for a Web-Based Course, A. Bushy
  16. International Distance Learning Collaboration to Prepare Nurse Educators in Malaysia, D.M. Billings , with contributors
  17. Videoconferencing Innovation in Nursing Education, K. Sackett, S. S. Dickerson
  18. Distance Technology in Nursing Education on a Taxpayer’s Budget: Lessons Learned from 22 Years of Experience, P.E. Hugie
  19. The Ethics of Web-Based Learning, R.A. Sherrod, M. Shelton

  20. Part IV: Other Strategies and Issues
  21. Interdisciplinary Education: Breaking Out of the Silos, D.G. Link
  22. Using Clinical Scenarios in Nursing Education, C.N. Dearman

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“Are you seeking innovations to enliven your teaching? Are you engaged in curriculum revisions designed to challenge your students? Are you trying to improve the critical thinking capabilities of your graduates? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this book may be a useful addition to your professional library… This book provides an interesting overview of selected innovative strategies for course and program implementation grounded in historical context and a review of relevant, supportive literature….innovation despite a climate of limited resources is illustrated throughout the book, and excellent examples for educators struggling in those environments are provided.”
Beverly B. Foster, PhD, RN, Clinical Associate Professor and Undergraduate Program Director, University of North Carolina and Chapel Hill

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