Educating nurses: a call for radical transformation-how far have we come?

  title={Educating nurses: a call for radical transformation-how far have we come?},
  author={Patricia Benner},
  journal={The Journal of nursing education},
  volume={51 4},
  • P. Benner
  • Published 1 April 2012
  • Medicine, Education
  • The Journal of nursing education
Three years ago, thee Carnegie Foundation for Advancement of Teaching National Nursing Education Study launched Educating Nurses: A Call for Radical Transformation (hereafter referred to as Educating Nurses or the Carnegie Study) (2009) as part of Carnegie’s Preparation for the Professions Program. Since then, it has been met with enthusiastic responses, many of which are examples of curricular and pedagogical changes in schools of nursing in the United States and Canada. The 3-year point is a… 

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