Annual Review of Nursing Education, Volume 1, 2003 by Marilyn H. Oermann PhD RN FAAN, Kathleen T. Heinrich PhD

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

Drawn to the newest tendencies in nursing schooling written by means of the nurse educators pioneering those recommendations? Then welcome to the 1st quantity of the yearly assessment of Nursing Education.This evaluate specializes in those cutting edge practices of training. It describes academic recommendations you could adapt on 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 recommendations in nursing schooling throughout all settings.

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Conducted according to a schedule determined in collaboration with agency staff. Referrals are made to appropriate health care services as needed. Tracking and follow-up of immunization records with referral to primary care providers are part of case management services. Additionally, screenings for height and weight, hearing, vision, growth and development, scoliosis, and lead levels at all agencies serving children are routinely carried out by nursing students throughout the academic year. FOCUS ON DATA COLLECTION Nursing faculty, in collaboration with nursing students and agency partners, have refined and enhanced a needs assessment document that describes services in the local community.

After assessing needs for their aggregate group, students identify specific services and develop with their community partners projects to meet identified needs. Another outcome of this approach is that students observe the impact of a problem, such as poor nutrition, across the continuum as teams working with different aggregates identify similar problems. For example, students, focusing on children, worked extensively with the faculty of a new charter school that was developing a program to evaluate the students for obesity.

Journal of Nursing Education, 40, 51-52. , & Seidle, A. (2000). Community connections: Partners in health. University urban neighborhood partnerships. In Implementing community-based education in the undergraduate nursing curriculum (pp. 119-123). Washington, DC: American Association of Colleges of Nursing. Shea, C. (1995). Laying the groundwork for curriculum change. In P. ), Teaching nursing in the neighborhoods: The Northeastern University model (pp. 31-53). New York: Springer Publishing Co.

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