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Annual Review of Nursing Education, Volume 4, 2006

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Annual Review of Nursing Education, Volume 4, 2006

SKU# 9780826124470

Innovations in Curriculum, Teaching, and Student and Faculty Development

Author: Marilyn H. Oermann PhD, RN, FAAN

Editors:

  • Kathleen T. Heinrich PhD, RN
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Designated a Doody's Core Title!

This is "must" reading for anyone teaching nursing, at any level, in any program or institution. Covers trends and innovative strategies to help you develop a curriculum and be more effective in using it. Educators describe problems--such as students who cannot write or high NCLEX failure rates--and how they tackled and solved them. Each chapter contains common sense approaches to every educator's questions. A resource no nursing education program can afford to be without.

Product Details 

  • Publication Date December 12, 2005
  • Page Count 352
  • Product Form Paperback / softback
  • ISBN 13 9780826124470
  • EISBN 9780826124494

Table of Contents 

    Contributors
    Preface
    Part I: Innovations in Curriculum Development
  1. Leadership in Health Systems in Disaster Response and Emergency Preparedness: Master's Degree Program, T.G. Veenema
  2. Genetics Interdisciplinary Faculty Training (GIFT): Integrating Genetics into Graduate Nursing Curricula, B.S. Turner, J. Strand, and M.C. Speer
  3. A Mechanism for Achieving Complementary Health Literacy, C.D. Sofhauser
  4. Professional Issues: Creating the Challenge of Engagement, P.S. Yoder-Wise
  5. Designing a Course for Educating Baccalaureate Nursing Students as Public Policy Advocates, D. Faulk and M.P. Ternus
  6. Transforming RN/BS Distance Education: Competency-Based Approach Using Course CD-Roms, C. Salveson and L.R. Cook

  7. Part II: Innovations in Teaching
  8. Cooperative Learning: Enhancing Individual Learning Through Positive Group Process, A.S. Stiles
  9. Designing Simulations for Nursing Education, P.R. Jeffries
  10. Introducing and Using Handheld Technology in Nursing Education, F. Cornelius and M.G. Gordon
  11. Cyberspace Connection: Online Project Between American and Canadian Students to Create and Critique Qualitative Research Web Sites, C.S. Teel

  12. Part III: Innovations that Promote Student Development and Outcomes
  13. Retaining Men in Nursing - Our Role as Nurse Educators, A.S. Anthony
  14. The Nursing Student with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, M. Bradshaw
  15. Developing Emotional Competence through Service Learning, R. Hunt
  16. Writing Across the Nursing Curriculum Project, D.M. Zygmont and K.M. Schaefer
  17. The Art of Questioning: Improving Critical Thinking, C. Boswell
  18. Use of Progression Testing Throughout Nursing Programs: How Two Colleges Promote Success on the NCLEX-RN®, N.R. Mosser, J. Williams, and C. Wood
  19. Promoting Professional Development Through Student and Faculty Collaboration, R.L. Pullen, J.D. Cannon, J.D. Rushing, R. Howard, J.M. Kidd, L. Messenger, D. Cummins, and S.S. Mueller
  20. Mindful Attention to Complexity: Implications for Teaching and Learning Patient Safety in Nursing, P.R. Ebright, W.S. Carter Kooken, R.C. Moody, and M.A. Latiff Hassan AL-Ishaq

  21. Part IV: Innovations that Promote Faculty Development
  22. Providing a Rich Experience for Nursing Faculty Visiting from Abroad, S.C. Haussler
  23. Mentoring Program for Tenure-Track Faculty: One School's Experience, P.R. Cangelosi
  24. Beyond the High-Tech Mystique: Preparing ICU Nurses to Precept Novice Students in Intensive Skills Immersion Practica, P. Ballard, C. Trowbridge, and S. Caven