Evidence-Based Teaching in Nursing: A Foundation for Educators, Second Edition focuses on providing potential and current nursing faculty with the tools and knowledge they need to achieve highly successful outcomes for teaching nursing students and staff. The Second Edition also concentrates on the full role of nursing faculty and not just the educational process. This robust text provides concrete examples of best practices within nursing education and has been crafted in a manner to excite faculty members to create a learning environment grounded in best practices and evidence. Todayas healthcare environment demands that practice be based on evidence, so the educational process should also be based on best practice and evidence.Anef Texas Tech University Health Science Center Texas Sharon Cannon, Sharon Cannon, Anef Texas Tech University Health ... Schools of nursing and the NCSBN, NSNA, ANA, and other professional nursing organizations are recommending and developing guidelines, policies, and codes of ethics regarding the use of social media in nursing. 4. ... Faculty create a hostile learning environment by demeaning students, setting unrealistic expectations for performance, being overlyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Evidence-Based Teaching in Nursing|
|Author||:||Anef Texas Tech University Health Science Center Texas Sharon Cannon, Sharon Cannon, Anef Texas Tech University Health Science Center Texas Carol Boswell, Carol Boswell|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Publishers - 2014-12-10|