By Marilyn H. Oermann PhD RN FAAN, Kathleen T. Heinrich PhD RN
This well timed quantity within the Springer Annual assessment of Nursing schooling sequence displays the most popular matters and tendencies igniting nationwide discourse at the present time. Written through nurse educators and excited about the perform of educating throughout settings, the yearly evaluate presents educators in affiliate, baccalaureate, and graduate nursing courses, employees improvement, and carrying on with schooling with an array of concepts to extend their horizons and enhance their educating. From the teachings nurse educators and scholars discovered in surviving the Gulf coast hurricanes to the influence of international nurses' immigration on American nursing schooling, quantity five offers subject matters within the forefront of nursing schooling matters. subject matters incorporated during this quantity: Standardized sufferers in nursing schooling technique for instructing cultural competence dealing with tricky pupil events demanding situations calling American nurses to imagine and act globally utilizing benchmarking for non-stop caliber development E-portfolios in nursing schooling
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Leininger’s theory of cultural care diversity and universality, and her illustrative sunrise model (Leininger, 1991, 1994, 2002a) provide a valuable resource and guide for preparing advanced practice nurses to care for culturally diverse populations. The desired outcome of the model is cultural congruent nursing care. Culturally congruent care is care that is customized to ﬁt with the patient’s cultural values, beliefs, and practices. This requires a systematic assessment of the dynamic patterns and cultural dimensions of a particular culture (subculture or society), including religious, kinship (social), political (and legal), economic, educational, technological, and cultural values, and how these factors may be interrelated and function to inﬂuence behavior in various environmental contexts.
Those learners needing remediation can be identiﬁed early on so that strategies can be planned to help them prepare for working with real patients in the clinical setting. Because efforts are made to ensure the reliability and validity of assessment data, the information from SP encounters yields high value for the learner, as well as for other facets of teaching and learning (Epstein & Hundert, 2002). The major limitations of working with SPs are the time needed for careful planning, training, and scheduling, and evaluation of actual encounters, as well as the resources needed to support a facility for SP activity and the operation of the program.
Guthrie, J. , & Adamo, G. (2004). Improving learning outcomes: Integration of standardized patients and telemedicine technology. Nursing Education Perspectives, 25, 232–237. Vessey, J. , & Huss, K . (2002). Using standardized patients in advanced practice nursing education. Journal of Professional Nursing, 18(1), 29–35. Wallace, P. (2006). Following the threads of an innovation: The history of standardized patients in medical education. htm Yoo, M. , & Yoo, I. Y. (2003). The effectiveness of standardized patients as a teaching method for nursing fundamentals.
Annual Review of Nursing Education, Volume 5, 2007: Challenges and New Directions in Nursing Education by Marilyn H. Oermann PhD RN FAAN, Kathleen T. Heinrich PhD RN