Annual Review of Nursing Education, Volume 2, 2004

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Annual Review of Nursing Education, Volume 2, 2004

SKU# 9780826124456

Author: Marilyn H. Oermann PhD, RN, FAAN


  • Kathleen T. Heinrich PhD, RN

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This series presents the latest trends in nursing education written by the nurse educators pioneering these innovations. Focusing on the practice of teaching across settings, this review is written for nurse educators in associate, baccalaureate, and graduate nursing programs, staff development, and continuing education. Volume 2 presents an overview of the current status of nursing education, and a rich array of strategies and experiences that can enrich your teaching. Chapters discuss critical thinking, grading, implementing technology in clinical teaching, developing certificate programs, and preparing students for the workforce. Contributors include Peggy Chinn, Diane Billings, and Felissa Lashley.

Product Details 

  • Publication Date January 14, 2004
  • Page Count 400
  • Product Form Hardback
  • ISBN 13 9780826124456
  • EISBN 9780826197474

Table of Contents 

    Part I: Current Trends
  1. An Overview of Trends in Nursing Education, B.R. Grumet and C. Gilbert
  2. Certificate Programs in Nursing: Service-Education Collaboration in the Age of the Knowledge Worker, D.M. Billings
  3. A Service Learning Experience at One School, H.I. Melland

  4. Part II: Assessment and Evaluation
  5. Program Evaluation and Public Accountability, D.L. Boland
  6. Assessing the Ineffable: A Creative Challenge for Nurse Educators and Students, K.T. Heinrich and M.R. Neese
  7. A Praxis for Grading, P.L. Chinn
  8. Computers and Testing, M.B. Klainberg
  9. Usability Testing for Online Nursing Education: Thinking Aloud and Heuristic Evaluation, D. McGonigle, K. Mastrian, and N. Farcus

  10. Part III: Simulation Labs in Nursing Education
  11. Using Simulation in Nursing Education: The University of Maryland and Georgetown University Experiences, P.G. Morton and C.A. Rauen
  12. Using the Human Patient Simulator in Nursing Education, W.M. Nehring and F.R. Lashley

  13. Part IV: Innovative Strategies for Teaching in Nursing
  14. Critical Thinking: What’s New and How to Foster Thinking Among Nursing Students, C.A. Sedlak and M.O. Doheny
  15. From Traditional Care Plans to Innovative Concept Maps, D.D. Ignatavicius
  16. Peace and Power as a Critical, Feminist Framework for Nursing Education, A.R.F. Rafael, M.A. Anderson, P.L. Chinn, and A. Rubotzky
  17. Information Technology Applications in a Community-Based Curriculum, C.P. McCahon and S.A. Niles

  18. Part V: Development of Students, Nurses, and Teachers
  19. Student Academic Dishonesty, M.R. Jeffreys and L. Stier
  20. Transition to Professional Nursing Practice: Emerging Issues and Initiatives, J.B. Duchscher
  21. The Nurse Educator Role in Staff Competency, M.A. Mateo and E. McMyler
  22. Preparing New Faculty for Teaching: Caring Coach with a Vision, J.H. Robinson
  23. Using the Holistic Paradigm in Teaching, B.W. Duldt-Battey