Finding common ground in public health nursing education and practice.

@article{Keller2011FindingCG,
  title={Finding common ground in public health nursing education and practice.},
  author={Linda Olson Keller and Marjorie A Schaffer and Patricia M. Schoon and Bonnie L Brueshoff and Rose Jost},
  journal={Public health nursing},
  year={2011},
  volume={28 3},
  pages={
          261-70
        }
}
Preparation of the public health nursing (PHN) workforce requires public health nurses from academia and practice to collaborate. However, a shortage of PHN clinical sites may lead to competition between schools of nursing for student placements. The Henry Street Consortium, a group of 5 baccalaureate schools of nursing and 13 local health departments in the state of Minnesota, developed a model for collaboration between PHN education and practice. This paper describes the development process… CONTINUE READING
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