Helping faculty enhance scholarship.

Pamela Hawranik, Karran M. Thorpe

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    Nurse educators face a myriad of challenges (e.g., changing student populations, increased demand for the use of technology, faculty shortages, and facilitating the development of self-confidence and competence in students) as they endeavor to enhance scholarship and quality in nursing education. Scholarship encompasses four separate but integrated elements (i.e., discovery, integration, application, and teaching) that need to be instilled in nursing students to prepare them for diverse roles in the profession of nursing. Implications for nurse educators relate to creating curricula that support scholarship, technological and interprofessional opportunities, and strategies for socializing students into scholarship.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)155-163; quiz 164-165, 191
    JournalJournal of continuing education in nursing
    Issue number4
    Publication statusPublished - Apr. 2008


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