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Nurse-Midwifery Education

Nurse-Midwifery Education Chapter 8 CLAIRE M. ~DREWS FRANCES PAYNE BOLTON SC~)~L OF NURSING CASE WESTERN R~VE Umsm CAROL E. DAVIS Cat6G~ OF NURSING UNIVERSITY OP SOUTH CAROL~NA CONTENTS Selection of Studies for Review Reported Research on NurseMidwifery Education Characteristics of Applicants and Successful Stdents Knowledge and Attitudes About Sex I&nt@cation of Needs and Attitudes Toward the hum- ing Experience Tem'ng and Certificananon Intercampus Feasibility Study Nonresearch Program Evaluations Critical Analysis of Research in NurseMidwifeq Education Historical Perspective of Nurse-Midwifery Education and Re- search Need for Doctoral-Educated Nurse-Midwives Impact of Medical Center Mctice on Nurse-Midwifery Education Research Directions for Future Research Nurse-midwifery education in the United States has now entered n 7th decade. Built on early apprenticeship modeis for ensuring safety and excellence of practice, nursemidwifery schools in the second 50 years continue in ex- perientaI traditions established by early leadm such as Mary Breckidge (Lubic, 1982). Content delivery, however, has evolved from tutorial, on-site The authors acknowledge the contribution to this chapter by Gail Mitchell. Ph.D. instruction to include modular, off-campus, and community-based self-paced learning. Published research findings to support evolution of nurse-midwifery education, to serve as a foundation for programmatic methods and curricular design, and to guide delivery of instruction http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Annual Review of Nursing Research Springer Publishing

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Springer Publishing
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0739-6686
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1944-4028
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Chapter 8 CLAIRE M. ~DREWS FRANCES PAYNE BOLTON SC~)~L OF NURSING CASE WESTERN R~VE Umsm CAROL E. DAVIS Cat6G~ OF NURSING UNIVERSITY OP SOUTH CAROL~NA CONTENTS Selection of Studies for Review Reported Research on NurseMidwifery Education Characteristics of Applicants and Successful Stdents Knowledge and Attitudes About Sex I&nt@cation of Needs and Attitudes Toward the hum- ing Experience Tem'ng and Certificananon Intercampus Feasibility Study Nonresearch Program Evaluations Critical Analysis of Research in NurseMidwifeq Education Historical Perspective of Nurse-Midwifery Education and Re- search Need for Doctoral-Educated Nurse-Midwives Impact of Medical Center Mctice on Nurse-Midwifery Education Research Directions for Future Research Nurse-midwifery education in the United States has now entered n 7th decade. Built on early apprenticeship modeis for ensuring safety and excellence of practice, nursemidwifery schools in the second 50 years continue in ex- perientaI traditions established by early leadm such as Mary Breckidge (Lubic, 1982). Content delivery, however, has evolved from tutorial, on-site The authors acknowledge the contribution to this chapter by Gail Mitchell. Ph.D. instruction to include modular, off-campus, and community-based self-paced learning. Published research findings to support evolution of nurse-midwifery education, to serve as a foundation for programmatic methods and curricular design, and to guide delivery of instruction

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Annual Review of Nursing ResearchSpringer Publishing

Published: Jan 1, 1993

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