George Byrd

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Reliable admission and progression criteria are important because limited clinical slots, qualified faculty, and financial resources restrict the enrollment capability. The increased emphasis on outcome criteria in nursing education gives added importance to determining predictors of success in baccalaureate nursing programs. The authors discuss a study(More)
Faculty involvement in scholarly activities is essential for success and status of both the faculty member and the institution. This article describes the results of a 4-year project to increase scholarly productivity at Texas Woman's University College of Nursing, Dallas Center, Andreoli and Musser's (1984) systems model is the organizing framework. The(More)
Entry-level competencies and successful role transition have become a major concern of employers, who often complain that new graduates (particularly with baccalaureate degrees) lack preparation for staff nursing. To aid in this transition to the workplace, a clinical course has been developed for the last semester of a BS programme that increases students'(More)
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