Corpus ID: 26347516

The future of nursing education. Ten trends to watch.

  title={The future of nursing education. Ten trends to watch.},
  author={Barbara R. Heller and Marla T. Oros and Jane Durney-Crowley},
  journal={Nursing and health care perspectives},
  volume={21 1},
The millennium has become the metaphor for the extraordinary challenges and opportunities available to the nursing profession and to those academic institutions responsible for preparing the next generation of nurses. Signal change is all around us, defining not only what we teach, but also how we teach our students. Transformations taking place in nursing and nursing education have been driven by major socioeconomic factors, as well as by developments in health care delivery and professional… Expand
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