Transforming Nursing Education Through Problem-based Learning
With the growing interest in problem-based learning among nurse educators worldwide comes the need for a book that will be a comprehensive guide and resource for anyone considering its implementation in nursing education. This book is that resource. Its strength is its integration of relevant theory, research, and practical information. It is an invaluable resource for nursing faculty contemplating the use of the problem-based learning model.
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The ProblemBased Learning Model of Nursing
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Evaluating Student Learning
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Standardized Patients as an Educational Resource
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Using ProblemBased Learning in Distance Education
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