By Lois K. Evans DNSc FAAN RN, Norma M. Lang PhD FAAN FRCN
Winner of an AJN e-book of the yr Award!
Academic Nursing Practice could be a dwelling laboratory that integrates the schooling, perform, and examine challenge of a college of nursing. the place larger to illustrate the efficacy of latest perform versions and interventions, determine questions for additional learn, educate scholars, and continue school abilities clean?
This publication describes the best way to increase and enforce those nurse-managed practices, in keeping with the wide event of the collage of Pennsylvania tuition of Nursing, besides case examples from different courses. sensible ideas defined contain securing college aid, open air investment, and academic-community partnerships.
Academic Nursing Practice bargains a chance for nursing to exert management at the urgent concerns dealing with modern-day wellbeing and fitness care method --access, caliber, and price. This ebook is a wonderful source to start making plans for one.
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This 1935 decision established the forerunner of the present school. Then, in 1950, the university created a school of nursing, naming Theresa I. Lynch its first dean. Twenty-seven years later, the hospital school was closed. The interval between the founding of UPSON in 1950 and the closure of the hospital diploma program in 1977 was characterized by conflict and acrimony between the two programs. While some of the conflict was the result of individual loyalty to the longstanding diploma school versus the university program, the heart of the matter rested on perceptions about which graduates could exhibit greater clinical competence and deliver safe patient care.