By Marilyn H. Oermann PhD RN FAAN, Kathleen T. Heinrich PhD RN
Drawn to the newest developments in nursing schooling written by means of the nurse educators pioneering those strategies? Then welcome to the 1st quantity of the yearly overview of Nursing Education.This assessment specializes in those cutting edge practices of training. It describes academic techniques you could adapt in your personal settings and is written for educators in affiliate, baccalaureate, and graduate nursing courses, employees improvement, and carrying on with schooling. The target of the assessment is to maintain educators up to date on contemporary ideas in nursing schooling throughout all settings.
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After assessing needs for their aggregate group, students identify specific services and develop with their community partners projects to meet identified needs. Another outcome of this approach is that students observe the impact of a problem, such as poor nutrition, across the continuum as teams working with different aggregates identify similar problems. For example, students, focusing on children, worked extensively with the faculty of a new charter school that was developing a program to evaluate the students for obesity.
Implementing community-based education in the undergraduate nursing curriculum. Washington, DC: Author. Bellack, J. (1998). Community-based nursing practice: Necessary but not sufficient. Journal of Nursing Education, 37, 99-100. , & Ellison, P. (2002). Implementation of the essential elements of service learning in three nursing courses. Journal of Nursing Education, 41, 129-132. , & Hobbins-Garbett, D. (2000). "Enter to learn, go forth to serve": Service learning in nursing education. Journal of Professional Nursing, 16, 177-183.
Because many RNs have little experience outside of the acute care area, they also increase their knowledge of community-based resources and how to work with clients on their own turf. It is not uncommon for even seasoned RNs to express feelings of inadequacy as they start this course, particularly when they recognize their knowledge deficits about community-based care. The RNs complete weekly journals with goals and reflection on their activities as well as develop a full plan for their individual project as described earlier for the basic students.
Annual Review of Nursing Education, Volume 1, 2003 by Marilyn H. Oermann PhD RN FAAN, Kathleen T. Heinrich PhD RN