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Community Health Nursing Education

Community Health Nursing Education Chapter 8 Community Health Nursing Education BEVERLY C. FLYNN ScHOOL OF NullSlNO INDIANA UNIVEIlSITY CONTENTS Conducting the Review 168 Methodological Issues 170 Basic Education 171 Selection of Students 171 Classroom Coursework 172 Clinical Experiences 175 Graduate Education 179 Masters Curricula 179 Graduates' Employment Trends 182 Recommendations for Future Research 184 The research included in this review was focused on education for community health nursing (CHN). The content of this chapter in­ cludes several areas: criteria and procedures for conducting the review. methodological issues, research on basic education, research on grad­ uate education, trends. and recommendations for future research. 167 168 RESEARCH ON NURSING EDUCATION CONDUCTING THE REVIEW A broad conceptual definition of eRN was employed in conducting the review. Authors contributing in previous reviews clearly indicated that there is a lack of conceptual clarity within the field of CHN (Highriter, 1984: Sills & Goeppinger, 1985). This problem caused some difficulty in the retrieval of research because the terminology in the field has continued to change over the years. This review is consis. tent with the approach taken by Highriter (1984), in which the retriev­ al of research was guided by the inclusive American Nurses' Associa· tion (ANA) (1980) definition http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Annual Review of Nursing Research Springer Publishing

Community Health Nursing Education

Annual Review of Nursing Research , Volume 6 (1): 24 – Sep 1, 1988

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Springer Publishing
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0739-6686
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1944-4028
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10.1891/0739-6686.6.1.167
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Chapter 8 Community Health Nursing Education BEVERLY C. FLYNN ScHOOL OF NullSlNO INDIANA UNIVEIlSITY CONTENTS Conducting the Review 168 Methodological Issues 170 Basic Education 171 Selection of Students 171 Classroom Coursework 172 Clinical Experiences 175 Graduate Education 179 Masters Curricula 179 Graduates' Employment Trends 182 Recommendations for Future Research 184 The research included in this review was focused on education for community health nursing (CHN). The content of this chapter in­ cludes several areas: criteria and procedures for conducting the review. methodological issues, research on basic education, research on grad­ uate education, trends. and recommendations for future research. 167 168 RESEARCH ON NURSING EDUCATION CONDUCTING THE REVIEW A broad conceptual definition of eRN was employed in conducting the review. Authors contributing in previous reviews clearly indicated that there is a lack of conceptual clarity within the field of CHN (Highriter, 1984: Sills & Goeppinger, 1985). This problem caused some difficulty in the retrieval of research because the terminology in the field has continued to change over the years. This review is consis. tent with the approach taken by Highriter (1984), in which the retriev­ al of research was guided by the inclusive American Nurses' Associa· tion (ANA) (1980) definition

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Annual Review of Nursing ResearchSpringer Publishing

Published: Sep 1, 1988

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