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Above and Beyond

Doctorally-Prepared Nurses Making an Impact Anyone in the world of nursing knows it is a continuously evolving profession.  As patient needs become more complex and health care reform overhauls take shape, who in the profession will lead the way?  Many believe the answer is:  doctorally-prepared nurses. The problem is that fewer than 1 percent of…

Posted in Fall 2011, Features, Issue | Tags: ,


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Rewriting How Nursing Students Learn

by Leslie Hill Everything in health care is constantly evolving, including how students are taught and faculty are trained.  From the virtual world of Second Life to a comprehensive new approach to interprofessional learning, we’re erasing the old chalkboard and rewriting nursing education for the 21st Century. A New World The sweatpants-clad nursing student winds…

Posted in Features, Issue, Spring 2011 | Tags: ,


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Q and A

by Kathy Rivers Tonia Moore-Davis, MSN, CNM, manages the VUSN nurse-midwifery practice at two sites in Nashville with a daily staff of 10 serving clients across a wide cultural, educational and socio-economic spectrum. The faculty practice serves as an incubator for nurse-midwifery students, consistently wins national awards, and delivered more than 1,000 babies last year….

Posted in Features, Issue, Spring 2011 | Tags: ,


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Health Care Reform

by Paul Govern Health care reform aims to transform U.S. health care delivery into a more preventive, coordinated posture. While the law is still hotly contested throughout the country, most agree that whatever happens, it will usher in a new era of opportunity for nurses. Under the provisions of the law, experts believe there will…

Posted in Features, Issue, Spring 2011 | Tags:



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