|Other titles||Position statement: a vision of baccalaureate and graduate nursing education.|
|Series||AACN position statement|
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|Pagination||15 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||15|
in this document, is the foundation upon which all graduate nursing education builds. The preferred vision for nursing education includes generalist, advanced generalist, and advanced specialty nursing education. Generalist nurse education occurs at a minimum in baccalaureatedegree nursing File Size: KB. Preferred Vision of the Professoriate in Baccalaureate & Graduate Nursing Programs Download PDF Version The professoriate of the future is educationally and experientially prepared to teach students and professional nurses to lead change, spur innovation, and transform health care. Author of Current issues in nursing education, Extending the boundaries of nursing education, Criteria and guidelines for the evaluation of baccalaureate nursing programs, Challenge to nursing education.., The shifting scene--building for strength, The shifting scene--directions for practice, The shifting scene, foundations for strength, The shifting scene, structure for strength. A vision of baccalaureate and graduate nursing education: the next decade. Published: () Standards for nursing education / Published: () Educational standards for nurses: with other addresses on nursing subjects / by: Robb, Isabel Hampton, Published: ().
Accreditation of Baccalaureate and Graduate Nursing Programs, the AACN Essentials of Baccalaureate Education for Professional Nursing Practice, and Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) Institute Pre-Licensure competencies. Theory and clinical practice are in the following areas: foundations, health assessment, gerontology, medical-. To meet the demand for high quality faculty in baccalaureate and graduate nursing programs, AACN endorses the following preferred vision of the nursing professoriate: Educational institutions vary in culture and policy. Qualifications and performance of nursing faculty will be congruent with accepted institutional standards. The Vision for Nursing Education Task Force extensively reviewed and thoughtfully considered the many issues explicated through the environmental scan. Built on these trends and validated assumptions, a future vision for nursing education was developed that serves to meet the needs of a dynamic and global society and a diverse patient. NLN Vision Series (formerly position statements) A component of NLN's Living Documents, the NLN Vision Series serves as a roadmap for the future of nursing, reflecting the NLN's role as the leader in nursing education.. NLN Vision: A Vision for Integration of the Social Determinants of Health into Nursing Education Curricula (PDF).
AACN's education resources and curriculum guidelines provide a framework for positioning baccalaureate and graduate-degree nursing programs to meet the healthcare challenges of a new century. Nursing deans and faculty nationwide have used the following guidelines produced by AACN and other authorities in designing curricula used to prepare. A beginning has been made in this work and the first text-book for nurses in India was put out by the south India examining board of the nurse's league of Christian medical association of India in NURSING EDUCATION: Nursing education in . A vision of baccalaureate and graduate nursing education: the next decade. Published: () A case for baccalaureate preparation in nursing. Published: () Criteria for the evaluation of baccalaureate and higher degree programs in nursing. Published: (). Specialized baccalaureate programs for graduate nurses had become popular, offering preparation for public health nursing, teaching, administration in nursing education and service, and supervision. In , RNs were still enrolled in 16 NLN-accredited baccalaureate programs with a focus on specialization (6).