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Substantive innovation in nursing education: shifting the emphasis from content coverage to student learning.

Publication ,  Journal Article
Pardue, KT; Tagliareni, ME; Valiga, T; Davison-Price, M; Orehowsky, S; Task Grouop on Innovation in Nursing Education,
Published in: Nursing education perspectives
January 2005

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Published In

Nursing education perspectives

ISSN

1536-5026

Publication Date

January 2005

Volume

26

Issue

1

Start / End Page

55 / 57

Related Subject Headings

  • United States
  • Thinking
  • Students, Nursing
  • Societies, Nursing
  • Psychology, Educational
  • Philosophy, Nursing
  • Organizational Innovation
  • Nursing Education Research
  • Nursing
  • Needs Assessment
 

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Pardue, K. T., Tagliareni, M. E., Valiga, T., Davison-Price, M., Orehowsky, S., & Task Grouop on Innovation in Nursing Education, . (2005). Substantive innovation in nursing education: shifting the emphasis from content coverage to student learning. Nursing Education Perspectives, 26(1), 55–57.
Pardue, Karen T., M Elaine Tagliareni, Terry Valiga, Molly Davison-Price, Susan Orehowsky, and Susan Task Grouop on Innovation in Nursing Education. “Substantive innovation in nursing education: shifting the emphasis from content coverage to student learning.Nursing Education Perspectives 26, no. 1 (January 2005): 55–57.
Pardue KT, Tagliareni ME, Valiga T, Davison-Price M, Orehowsky S, Task Grouop on Innovation in Nursing Education. Substantive innovation in nursing education: shifting the emphasis from content coverage to student learning. Nursing education perspectives. 2005 Jan;26(1):55–7.
Pardue, Karen T., et al. “Substantive innovation in nursing education: shifting the emphasis from content coverage to student learning.Nursing Education Perspectives, vol. 26, no. 1, Jan. 2005, pp. 55–57.
Pardue KT, Tagliareni ME, Valiga T, Davison-Price M, Orehowsky S, Task Grouop on Innovation in Nursing Education. Substantive innovation in nursing education: shifting the emphasis from content coverage to student learning. Nursing education perspectives. 2005 Jan;26(1):55–57.

Published In

Nursing education perspectives

ISSN

1536-5026

Publication Date

January 2005

Volume

26

Issue

1

Start / End Page

55 / 57

Related Subject Headings

  • United States
  • Thinking
  • Students, Nursing
  • Societies, Nursing
  • Psychology, Educational
  • Philosophy, Nursing
  • Organizational Innovation
  • Nursing Education Research
  • Nursing
  • Needs Assessment