CFS: Nursing Ed (Contemporary Nurse)

A special issue of Contemporary Nurse, Volume 38, Issue 1 (April 2011). Edited by Professor Debra Jackson, University of Western Sydney, Australia and Professor Roger Watson, University of Sheffield, UK and Professor Tom Mason, University of Chester, UK

Papers are invited for this special second edition of Contemporary Nurse devoted to Advances in Nurse Education. Topics may include, but need not be limited to:

  • The art and practice of nurse education
  • Clinical education in nursing
  • Meeting the needs of diverse student groups
  • Nurse education technologies, such as on-line learning, blended learning, and high fidelity simulation
  • Approaches to curriculum development and reform
  • Workforce issues in nurse education
  • Indigenous perspectives in nurse education
  • Preparing nurses for multicultural practice
  • Advanced practice nurse education
  • Nursing and interdisciplinary education
  • The concept of lifelong learning in nursing
  • Ethical aspects of nurse education
  • Historical influences on contemporary nurse education
  • Integrating consumer perspectives in nurse education
  • Postgraduate education in nursing
  • Ongoing professional development in nursing
  • Graduate experiences and transition
  • Research higher degree supervision and training
  • Doctoral education in nursing

Authors should observe Author Guidelines at www.contemporarynurse.com  and submit electronically via http://www.contemporarynurse.com/page/42/submit-papers  indicating in the cover email that it is for the Special Issue of Contemporary Nurse on Nursing Education – 2E. All submissions will be subject to double blind peer review.

Closing date for submissions: 31 October 2010

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