nursing education, field work, environmental learning, clinical environment, training
This article focuses on innovative collaborative steps that were identified in recent research conducted by these authors on the relationship between academia and service. These steps are currently being implemented in the hope of improving the important role that the critical environment plays in student nurses' education. Few factors in nursing education are as important as the clinical environment in which students do their training. This article elaborates on these steps and offers practical suggestions for improving the relationship between academia and service.
Original Publication Citation
Palmer, S., Cox, A. H., Callister, L. C., Matsumura, G., & Johnsen, V. (2005). Nursing education and service collaboration: Making a difference in the clinical learning environment. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 6(36), 271-276.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Palmer, Sheri P.; Cox, Amy Harmer; Callister, Lynn Clark; Johnsen, Vickie; and Matsumura, Geraldine, "Nursing Education and Service Collaboration: Making a Difference in the Clinical Learning Environment" (2005). Faculty Publications. 5325.
The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing
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