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By Marilyn H. Oermann PhD RN FAAN, Kathleen T. Heinrich PhD RN

Attracted to the newest developments in nursing schooling written by means of the nurse educators pioneering those thoughts? Then welcome to the 1st quantity of the yearly overview of Nursing Education.This evaluate specializes in those leading edge practices of educating. It describes academic thoughts you could adapt for your personal settings and is written for educators in affiliate, baccalaureate, and graduate nursing courses, employees improvement, and carrying on with schooling. The objective of the evaluation is to maintain educators up to date on contemporary strategies in nursing schooling throughout all settings.

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They then sent the list to the women in the class who chose the final set of presentations, coordinated sign-up of their peers for specific classes, distributed the schedule to their peers and the program director, and developed the bilingual evaluation form. In the aggregate team approach, students again work in teams but focus on aggregates in the community. For example, teams explore services for children, senior citizens, and the homeless. After assessing needs for their aggregate group, students identify specific services and develop with their community partners projects to meet identified needs.

Transforming the curriculum while serving the community: Strategies for developing community-based sites. Journal of Nursing Education, 37, 118-121. STUDENT ACTIVITIES IN COMMUNITY-BASED NURSING EDUCATION Active learning, accountability, empowerment, and creativity are the four characteristics of student work in CBNE. Students are actively engaged in assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation of nursing care with community partners. They also are directly accountable for the care they provide, empowered to act as change agents, and expected to use the knowledge they bring from their nursing education program (Gauthier & Matteson, 1995).

The final segment of the family case study is completed during this course and includes a multidisciplinary action plan that examines the needs of the family, and individuals in the family, over the next five years. In the clinical component for this course, students return to their communities where they base their activities on community assessment data, use case management strategies, act as a change agent, incorporate principles of ethical decision making in care, use technology in care planning and implementation, and formulate a method to evaluate outcomes.

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