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The Resource A summary of the February 2010 Forum on the Future of Nursing : education, Committee on the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Initiative on the Future of Nursing, at the Institute of Medicine ; Institute of Medicine of the National Academies, (electronic resource)

A summary of the February 2010 Forum on the Future of Nursing : education, Committee on the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Initiative on the Future of Nursing, at the Institute of Medicine ; Institute of Medicine of the National Academies, (electronic resource)

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A summary of the February 2010 Forum on the Future of Nursing : education
Title
A summary of the February 2010 Forum on the Future of Nursing
Title remainder
education
Statement of responsibility
Committee on the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Initiative on the Future of Nursing, at the Institute of Medicine ; Institute of Medicine of the National Academies
Title variation
  • Forum on the Future of Nursing
  • 2010 Forum on the Future of Nursing
  • Education
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education
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Language
eng
Summary
  • "As the U.S. health care system continues to evolve, the role of nurses also needs to evolve. Nurses must strike a delicate balance among advancing science, translating and applying research, and caring for individuals and families across all settings. Preparing nurses to achieve this balance is a significant challenge. The education system should ensure that nurses have the intellectual capacity, human responsiveness, flexibility, and leadership skills to provide care and promote health whenever and wherever needed. Education leaders and faculty need to prepare nurses with the competencies they need now and in the future. They need to prepare nurses to work and assume leadership roles not just in hospitals, but in communities, clinics, homes, and everywhere else nurses are needed. On February 22, 2010 the Initiative on the Future of Nursing held the last public forum in a series of three at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. This forum, which covered the education of nurses, consisted of three armchair discussions. Each discussion was led by a moderator from the committee and focused on three broad, overlapping subjects: what to teach, how to teach, and where to teach. The verbal exchange among the discussants and moderators, prompted by additional questions from committee members at the forum, produced a wide-ranging and informative examination of questions that are critical to the future of nursing education. Additionally, testimony presented by 12 individuals and comments made by members of the audience during an open microphone session provided the committee with valuable input from a range of perspectives."--Publisher's description
  • "As the U.S. health care system continues to evolve, the role of nurses also needs to evolve. Nurses must strike a delicate balance among advancing science, translating and applying research, and caring for individuals and families across all settings. Preparing nurses to achieve this balance is a significant challenge. The education system should ensure that nurses have the intellectual capacity, human responsiveness, flexibility, and leadership skills to provide care and promote health whenever and wherever needed. Education leaders and faculty need to prepare nurses with the competencies they need now and in the future. They need to prepare nurses to work and assume leadership roles not just in hospitals, but in communities, clinics, homes, and everywhere else nurses are needed. On February 22, 2010 the Initiative on the Future of Nursing held the last public forum in a series of three at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. This forum, which covered the education of nurses, consisted of three armchair discussions. Each discussion was led by a moderator from the committee and focused on three broad, overlapping subjects: what to teach, how to teach, and where to teach. The verbal exchange among the discussants and moderators, prompted by additional questions from committee members at the forum, produced a wide-ranging and informative examination of questions that are critical to the future of nursing education. Additionally, testimony presented by 12 individuals and comments made by members of the audience during an open microphone session provided the committee with valuable input from a range of perspectives."--Publisher's description
  • "As the U.S. health care system continues to evolve, the role of nurses also needs to evolve. Nurses must strike a delicate balance among advancing science, translating and applying research, and caring for individuals and families across all settings. Preparing nurses to achieve this balance is a significant challenge. The education system should ensure that nurses have the intellectual capacity, human responsiveness, flexibility, and leadership skills to provide care and promote health whenever and wherever needed. Education leaders and faculty need to prepare nurses with the competencies they need now and in the future. They need to prepare nurses to work and assume leadership roles not just in hospitals, but in communities, clinics, homes, and everywhere else nurses are needed. On February 22, 2010 the Initiative on the Future of Nursing held the last public forum in a series of three at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. This forum, which covered the education of nurses, consisted of three armchair discussions. Each discussion was led by a moderator from the committee and focused on three broad, overlapping subjects: what to teach, how to teach, and where to teach. The verbal exchange among the discussants and moderators, prompted by additional questions from committee members at the forum, produced a wide-ranging and informative examination of questions that are critical to the future of nursing education. Additionally, testimony presented by 12 individuals and comments made by members of the audience during an open microphone session provided the committee with valuable input from a range of perspectives."--Publisher's description
  • "As the U.S. health care system continues to evolve, the role of nurses also needs to evolve. Nurses must strike a delicate balance among advancing science, translating and applying research, and caring for individuals and families across all settings. Preparing nurses to achieve this balance is a significant challenge. The education system should ensure that nurses have the intellectual capacity, human responsiveness, flexibility, and leadership skills to provide care and promote health whenever and wherever needed. Education leaders and faculty need to prepare nurses with the competencies they need now and in the future. They need to prepare nurses to work and assume leadership roles not just in hospitals, but in communities, clinics, homes, and everywhere else nurses are needed. On February 22, 2010 the Initiative on the Future of Nursing held the last public forum in a series of three at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. This forum, which covered the education of nurses, consisted of three armchair discussions. Each discussion was led by a moderator from the committee and focused on three broad, overlapping subjects: what to teach, how to teach, and where to teach. The verbal exchange among the discussants and moderators, prompted by additional questions from committee members at the forum, produced a wide-ranging and informative examination of questions that are critical to the future of nursing education. Additionally, testimony presented by 12 individuals and comments made by members of the audience during an open microphone session provided the committee with valuable input from a range of perspectives."--Publisher's description
  • "As the U.S. health care system continues to evolve, the role of nurses also needs to evolve. Nurses must strike a delicate balance among advancing science, translating and applying research, and caring for individuals and families across all settings. Preparing nurses to achieve this balance is a significant challenge. The education system should ensure that nurses have the intellectual capacity, human responsiveness, flexibility, and leadership skills to provide care and promote health whenever and wherever needed. Education leaders and faculty need to prepare nurses with the competencies they need now and in the future. They need to prepare nurses to work and assume leadership roles not just in hospitals, but in communities, clinics, homes, and everywhere else nurses are needed. On February 22, 2010 the Initiative on the Future of Nursing held the last public forum in a series of three at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. This forum, which covered the education of nurses, consisted of three armchair discussions. Each discussion was led by a moderator from the committee and focused on three broad, overlapping subjects: what to teach, how to teach, and where to teach. The verbal exchange among the discussants and moderators, prompted by additional questions from committee members at the forum, produced a wide-ranging and informative examination of questions that are critical to the future of nursing education. Additionally, testimony presented by 12 individuals and comments made by members of the audience during an open microphone session provided the committee with valuable input from a range of perspectives."--
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RT79
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.F67 2010
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2010
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Forum on the Future of Nursing
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  • 2011 A-861
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  • Education, Nursing
  • Schools, Nursing
  • United States
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A summary of the February 2010 Forum on the Future of Nursing : education, Committee on the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Initiative on the Future of Nursing, at the Institute of Medicine ; Institute of Medicine of the National Academies, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Note
Summary of a forum held at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Tex., Feb. 22, 2010
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 55-57)
Contents
  • What to teach -- How to teach -- Where to teach -- Testimony
  • What to teach -- How to teach -- Where to teach -- Testimony
  • What to teach -- How to teach -- Where to teach -- Testimony
  • What to teach -- How to teach -- Where to teach -- Testimony
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OCM1bookssj0000429122
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unknown
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9780309152822
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remote
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(WaSeSS)bookssj0000429122
Label
A summary of the February 2010 Forum on the Future of Nursing : education, Committee on the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Initiative on the Future of Nursing, at the Institute of Medicine ; Institute of Medicine of the National Academies, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Summary of a forum held at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Tex., Feb. 22, 2010
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 55-57)
Contents
  • What to teach -- How to teach -- Where to teach -- Testimony
  • What to teach -- How to teach -- Where to teach -- Testimony
  • What to teach -- How to teach -- Where to teach -- Testimony
  • What to teach -- How to teach -- Where to teach -- Testimony
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000429122
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9780309152822
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000429122

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