innovation in nursing education

innovation in nursing education

(in″ŏ-vā′shŏn) [L. innovatio, renewal]
Organized efforts to promote the education of new nursing students, including those that improve the recruiting of new students, improve the quality of nursing scholarship and didactics, and train nurse leaders for the future.
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The National League for Nursing (NLN) position statement on Innovation in Nursing Education: A Call to Reform was published in 2003, more than 10 years ago.
Creating a culture of innovation in nursing education through shared vision, leadership, interdisciplinary partnerships, and positive deviance.
The IONE Innovation in Nursing Education Award acknowledges an outstanding accomplishment by an Oklahoma individual or school that promotes improved, nontraditional nursing education models and systems that exemplify the spirit of the IONE mission: To assist nurse educators and key partners in (1) anticipating needs for nurses at all levels of educational preparation and clinical specialties, (2) redesigning nursing education to improve the quality of patient outcomes and access to health care by the public, (3) testing new educational models that will produce more and better qualified nurses, and (4) facilitating faculty development.
What an opportunity this is to be at the forefront of innovation in nursing education!
This policy brief provides some data on the projected nursing shortage, discusses the larger issues facing nursing education today, and describes pockets of innovation in nursing education that provide models for the kind of innovation policy-makers should embrace in order to meet the growing demand for a highly-educated nursing workforce.
McNelis's interests include simulation, program evaluation, and advancing nursing education through innovation in nursing education.
The Call to Reform states, "What is needed now is dramatic reform and innovation in nursing education to create and shape the future of nursing practice.
Although innovation in nursing education is seen as key to solving the nursing shortage (Institute of Medicine, 2011), it is often difficult to accomplish as the academic process is bound by tradition and restricted by time constraints and large student loads.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has just issued a Call for Proposals for a project titled "Evaluating Innovation in Nursing Education." RWJF will fund the evaluation of models, programs, and innovations that have the potential to achieve one or more of the following outcomes: increase enrollment and teaching capacity in schools of nursing; improve faculty work life and satisfaction; enhance faculty recruitment and retention.
Creating a culture of innovation in nursing education through shared vision leadership, interdisciplinary partnerships and positive deviance.
On Revolutions and Revolutionaries: 25 Years of Reform and Innovation in Nursing Education edited by Pamela M.
Shortly after publication of the position statement Innovation in Nursing Education: A Call to Reform, approved by the NLN Board of Governors in August 2003, the Nursing Education Advisory Council established the Innovation in Nursing Education Task Group.
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