A faculty on the move into the community.

S. A. Ryan, R. F. D'Aoust, S. Groth, K. McGee, L. Small

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Abstract

Faculty at the University of Rochester School of Nursing initiated a curricular redesign to prepare students for the evolving demands of the health care job market and the changing nature of the nursing profession. The concept of the "Learning Community" serves as the metaphor for the new vision of clinical education: a set of collaborative and dynamic relationships of students, faculty, clinicians, health care consumers and institutional and community sites with the mutual responsibility for the education of students and the health of all partners. Students experience firsthand the new capabilities required of professionals in the new context of health care as more than illness care.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)138-141, 149
JournalNursing and health care perspectives
Volume18
Issue number3
StatePublished - Jan 1 1997
Externally publishedYes

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    Ryan, S. A., D'Aoust, R. F., Groth, S., McGee, K., & Small, L. (1997). A faculty on the move into the community. Nursing and health care perspectives, 18(3), 138-141, 149.