Academic Nursing Practice: Helping to Shape the Future of by Lois K. Evans DNSc FAAN RN, Norma M. Lang PhD FAAN FRCN

By Lois K. Evans DNSc FAAN RN, Norma M. Lang PhD FAAN FRCN

Winner of an AJN e-book of the yr Award! educational Nursing perform could be a residing laboratory that integrates the schooling, perform, and learn venture of a faculty of nursing. the place greater to illustrate the efficacy of recent perform versions and interventions, determine questions for additional research, train scholars, and continue school abilities clean? This ebook describes how one can strengthen and enforce those nurse-managed practices, in keeping with the wide event of the college of Pennsylvania institution of Nursing, in addition to case examples from different courses. sensible recommendations defined comprise securing college aid, outdoors investment, and academic-community partnerships. educational Nursing perform bargains a chance for nursing to exert management at the urgent matters dealing with modern-day overall healthiness care process --access, caliber, and value. This publication is a superb source to start making plans for one.

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PNN is intended to function as a vehicle for integrating practice, education, and research. Undergraduate and graduate students whose clinical experiences and preceptorships are in PNN practices have the opportunity to experience firsthand APN-managed models of nursing practice. Practices of PNN also provide a natural laboratory for developing information systems that can be used to measure outcomes of care (See Chapter 8). Such data have significant implications for health policy into the twenty-first century.

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The course, however, was controversial, depended on their persistence, and remained unique. The historical record shows that academic nurses’ experience with clinical practice is really rather recent, dating back only about 40 or 50 years. Expanding the mission of colleges of nursing so as to include practice as a vital component meant changing everything about those colleges and their faculty. I begin this chapter by outlining a series of historical events in nursing education since World War II, with special emphasis on the last three decades of the twentieth century.

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