By Marilyn H. Oermann PhD RN FAAN, Kathleen T. Heinrich PhD RN
Drawn to the newest traits in nursing schooling written by way of the nurse educators pioneering those techniques? Then welcome to the 1st quantity of the once a year evaluation of Nursing Education.This evaluation makes a speciality of those leading edge practices of training. It describes academic options 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 aim of the evaluate is to maintain educators up to date on contemporary suggestions in nursing schooling throughout all settings.
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The 19130 Zip Code Project is fully integrated into the college's associate degree nursing curriculum. Concepts of community-based care, issues of cultural competence, and principles of collaborative, interdisciplinary care delivery of health promotion and disease prevention services are introduced in the first year of the curriculum and are expanded in subsequent semesters. In the second year of the nursing program, all nursing students spend three weeks per semester engaged in delivery of health promotion and disease prevention services in the 19130 Zip Code Project.
Nursing and Health Care Perspectives, 21,116-121. Hunt, R. (1998). Community-based nursing: Philosophy or setting? American Journal of Nursing, 98(10), 44-48. , & Workman, D. (2000). Caring moments WITH communities: Implementation of community-based nursing education at the College of Mount St. Joseph. In Implementing community-based education in the undergraduate nursing curriculum (pp. 91-96). Washington, DC: American Association of Colleges of Nursing. , & Cohen, J. (2002). Marketing principles for a learning-service community partnership model.
1 describes a profile of their experiences. From 1996 to the present, nursing students and nursing faculty provide health promotion and disease prevention services in over twenty partner agencies in the lower North Philadelphia community. 1 Profile of Student Experiences3 Percentage of students rotating through the health promotion/disease prevention nursing center: 100% of second year associate degree nursing students Number of students engaged in nurse-managed clinic activities: Spring 2001 = 87 Fall 2001 =91 Number of hours spent in nursing center per student: Each student spends six 6-hour days per semester for two semesters Total hours per student = 72 hours Total number of hours spent by students in neighborhood partner agencies: Spring 2001 = 3132 hours Fall 2001 = 3276 hours "From January-December 2001.