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Nurse Educator Supplement

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July/August 2017 - Volume 42 - Issue 4

Editor-in-Chief: Marilyn H. Oermann, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN ISSN:0363-3624 Online ISSN:1538-9855 Frequency:6 issues / year Impact Factor:1.372

  1. Editorial: QSEN Looking Forward. Altmiller & Dolansky

  2. 2017 National QSEN Faculty Survey Results. Altmiller & Armstrong

  3. QSEN Implementation: Is It Sustainable? San Francisco Bay Area Nursing Schools’ Response. Elizabeth Cooper

  4. Implementation Science: New Approaches to Integrating QSEN Competencies in Nursing Education. Sales, Dolansky, Patrician….

  5. Implementing QSEN in Constrained Environments: Transforming the design of Clinical Education-Elaine Mohn-Brown

  6. Teaching Informatics to pre-licensure, RN to BSN, and Graduate students-Beth Vottero

  7. Learning to Overcome Hierarchical Pressures to Achieve Safer Patient Care: An Interprofessional Simulation for Nursing, Medical, and Physician Assistant Students. Reeves, et al.

  8. The Impacts of Simulation Enhanced Pharmacology Education in Pre-licensure Nursing Education. Sanko & Mckay.

  9. Rapid healthcare improvement science curriculum integration across programs in a school of nursing. Oliver, et al.

  10. QSEN Competencies in DNP Education: Exemplars from Education and Practice. Acton, et al.

  11. Integration of QSEN into Practice: Academic-Practice Partnership’s Role. Koffel, et al.


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