Achieving Excellence in Nursing Education.
Achieving Excellence in Nursing Education
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Publication Date: 2012
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Achieving Excellence in Nursing Education is based on the National League of Nursing’s Excellence in Nursing Education Model that describes the eight core elements required to achieve and sustain excellence in educational programs: clear program standards, well-prepared faculty, qualified students, well-prepared administrators, evidence-based programs and teaching/evaluation methods, quality and adequate resources, recognition of expertise, and student-centered, interactive and innovative programs and curricula.

 

Each chapter of the book addresses one of the core elements, with the visual depiction of that component of the model noted. Within each chapter, the core element is explored and justification to support its importance in achieving excellence is provided. The text acts as a springboard for nurse educators’ pursuit of excellence in nursing education.

 

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The authors are all experienced teachers and national leaders in nursing education.

 

A review of selected literature offers a critical evidence base to guide future decision making.

 

The NLN’s Hallmarks of Excellence in Nursing Education is used to highlight the characteristics or traits that serve to define a level of outstanding performance or service.

 

Self-assessment checklist presents indicators for faculty to determine the extent to which they are achieving each nursing hallmark.


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ISBN/ISSN: 9781934758045
Product Format: Softbound
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Pages: 208
Pub Date: 2012
Weight: 0.95

List of Tables and Figures
Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgement
Dedications

Chapter 1: Excellence in Nursing Education: An Introduction
Theresa M. Valiga, EdD, RN, FAAN

Chapter 2: Excellence: Everyone’s Responsibility
Marsha H. Adams, DSN, RN, CNE & Theresa M. Valiga, EdD, RN, FAAN

Chapter 3: Clear Program Standards and Hallmarks that Raise Expectations: Needed to Achieve Excellence in Nursing Education
Marsha H. Adams, DSN, RN, CNE

Chapter 4: Well-prepared Faculty: Needed to Achieve Excellence in Nursing Education
Judith A. Halstead, DNS, RN, ANEF

Chapter 5: Student-centered, Interactive, Innovative Programs and Curricula: Needed to Achieve Excellence in Nursing Education
Elizabeth Speakman, EdD, RN, CDE, ANEF

Chapter 6: Evidence-based Programs and Teaching/Evaluation Methods: Needed to Achieve Excellence in Nursing Education
Marilyn H. Oermann, PhD, RN, FAAN, ANEF

Chapter 7: Well-prepared Educational Administrators: Needed to Achieve Excellence in Nursing Education
Mary Lou Rusin, EdD, RN

Chapter 8: Quality and Adequate Resources: Needed to Achieve Excellence in Nursing Education
Carolyn Mosely, PhD, RN, CS, FAAN

Chapter 9: Qualified Students: Needed to Achieve Excellence in Nursing Education
Barbara McLaughlin, DNSc, RN, CNE

Chapter 10: Recognition of Expertise: Needed to Achieve Excellence in Nursing Education

Helen J Streubert, EdD, RN, CNE, ANEF

Chapter 11: Summary and Recommendation Regarding Achieving Excellence in Nursing Education
Linda Caputi, EdD, RN, CNE

Appendix A: Author Profiles
Appendix B: The NLN’s Excellence in Nursing Education Model
Appendix C: The NLN’s Hallmarks of Excellence in Nursing Education with Indicators for Each Hallmark
Appendix D: The NLN’s Task Group on Nursing Education Standards (2001-2003) & Task Group on Excellence in Nursing Education (2003-2005)
Appendix E: Self-Assessment Checklist
Appendix F: Glossary of Terms Used in the NLN’s Hallmarks of Excellence in Nursing Education

 

 

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