The Practice Environment of Nursing
The primary purpose of THE PRACTICE ENVIRONMENT OF NURSING: ISSUES AND TRENDS is to provide the registered nursing student with tools to build the required problem-solving skills to do the job. With contributions from expert clinicians, administrators and educators, this resource was developed with an eye toward what is needed for the successful transition into practice. Written in a manner that encourages the students and the professor to become engaged in an active discussion, each chapter contains case studies that may be used individually or as a group assignment. In addition, Internet Assignments and Written Assignments are placed throughout the chapters to encourage individual critical thinking, continuing dialog, thoughtful discussion and classroom debate. THE PRACTICE ENVIRONMENT OF NURSING: ISSUES AND TRENDS can be used in the traditional setting or accompany an online course. The Online Companion -- includes links to relevant websites, learning activities, case studies, and practice questions. To assist faculty, THE PRACTICE ENVIRONMENT OF NURSING: ISSUES AND TRENDS also features the Instructor Resource to Accompany The Practice Environment of Nursing, which includes an Instructor's Manual, Testbank in ExamView consisting of over 600 questions and a presentation done in PowerPointę for each chapter in the book.
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