Developing Guidelines for Quality Community Health Nursing Clinical Placements for Baccalaureate Nursing Students

@article{DietrichLeurer2011DevelopingGF,
  title={Developing Guidelines for Quality Community Health Nursing Clinical Placements for Baccalaureate Nursing Students},
  author={Marie Dietrich Leurer and Donna Marie Meagher-stewart and Benita E. Cohen and Patricia M Seaman and Sherri Buhler and Morag Granger and Heather Pattullo},
  journal={International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship},
  year={2011},
  volume={8}
}
Rapidly increasing enrollment in Canadian schools of nursing has triggered the development of innovative clinical placement sites. There are both opportunities and challenges inherent in the delivery of clinical nursing education in diverse community settings. As part of the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing’s (CASN) ongoing work to assist its members and ensure baccalaureate graduates are prepared to meet the Canadian Community Health Nursing Standards of Practice at an entry-to… 

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