Written by luminaries in the field of nursing education, this is the only current and comprehensive compendium of important topics in nursing education. It contains more than 175 detailed entries, and will be a valuable reference text for doctoral- and master's-level nursing students, nursing faculty, university and hospital libraries worldwide, and hospital nursing departments and schools.
The listing of entries has been carefully culled from recent nursing literature and six volumes of the Annual Review of Nursing Education. Each entry follows a standard template that includes definition, application in nursing education, a synopsis including a brief summary of what is in the literature on the topic, and a concluding summary discussing future development in nursing education. Listings are alphabetized for easy access, and are accompanied by a comprehensive reference list.
- The only current compendium of important topics in nursing education
- Includes all topics relevant to nursing education based on a review of the literature
- Alphabetized and consistently formatted for easy access to information
- Includes comprehensive reference lists per topic
- Written by expert nurse educators
- A listing of teaching topics compiled by the editors is available to instructors
Mary Jane Smith, PhD, RN, earned bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Pittsburgh and a doctorate from New York University. She has held faculty positions at the following nursing schools: University of Pittsburgh, Duquesne University, Cornell University-New York Hospital, and the Ohio State University; and she is currently professor of nursing at West Virginia University School of Nursing. She has been teaching theory to nursing students at the master's and doctoral levels for over three decades.
Roger D. Carpenter, PhD, RN, CNE, earned a bachelor's degree from Kent State University, a master's degree from Case Western Reserve University, and a doctorate from West Virginia University. He has held staff development positions at University Hospitals of Cleveland, and faculty positions at Wheeling Jesuit University and at West Virginia University School of Nursing. He is currently assistant professor and teaches courses in adult health and leadership at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN, is Elizabeth Brooks Ford Professor of Nursing, Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, Case Western Reserve University where she was dean for 15 years. She has been involved in nursing education for over four decades, teaching nursing at the undergraduate, master's, and doctoral levels, and developing a range of innovative nursing education programs. She has published several books with Springer Publishing Company, including three editions of the Encyclopedia of Nursing Research.
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|Publisher: ||Springer Publishing Company|
|Date published: || 2015|
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