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By Mary Jane Smith PhD RN, Roger D. Carpenter PhD RN NE-BC, Joyce J. Fitzpatrick PhD MBA RN FAAN
Written by way of luminaries within the box of nursing schooling, this is often the single present and accomplished compendium of significant subject matters in nursing schooling. It includes greater than a hundred and fifty special entries from A to Z, and may be a invaluable reference textual content for doctoral and master's point nursing scholars, nurse college, collage and clinic libraries around the globe, and health facility nursing departments and schools.
Entries were conscientiously culled from fresh nursing literature and 6 volumes of the Annual evaluation of Nursing Education. They stick with a typical template that incorporates definition, old views, present use in nursing schooling, similar concerns together with caliber, strategies, results, and a concluding precis discussing destiny instructions. Listings are alphabetized and cross-referenced for simple entry, and observed via a finished reference list.
- Comprises the single present compendium of significant issues in nursing schooling
- Includes all themes suitable to nursing schooling in line with cutting-edge literature
- Alphabetized, cross-referenced, and constantly formatted for simple entry to details
- Includes a finished reference checklist
- Written via specialist nurse educators
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Student retention is essential for an institution in carrying out its purpose and mission. Retention is associated with students of traditional age, full-time status, and residing in campus. Retention rates in nursing programs may be as low as 50% (McLaughlin, 2008). Therefore, retention of nursing students is a key factor in nursing education. S. higher education is 50% to 70% (O’Keeffe, 2013). Risk factors for noncompletion are related to mental health issues, disability, socioeconomic status, and ethnicity.
These challenges include problems related to the lack of clinical faculty and clinical placements; costs associated with orientation, quality, and safety initiatives; and transition to practice issues. Nurse educators need to become attentive to establishing partnerships that facilitate transfer of relevant knowledge, improve student outcomes, and maximize enrollment capacity. Academic partnerships must be sensitive to transition issues and the need for health systems to improve quality while reducing costs.
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