Reorganized and updated to deliver practical guidelines for evidence-based curricular change and development, the fourth edition of this classic text highlights current research in nursing education as a springboard for graduate students and faculty in their quest for research projects, theses, dissertations, and scholarly activities. It also focuses on the specific sciences of nursing education and program evaluation as they pertain to nursing educators. New chapters address the role of faculty regarding curriculum development and approval processes in changing educational environments; course development strategies for applying learning theories, educational taxonomies, and team-building; needs assessment and the frame factors model; ADN and BSN and pathways to higher degrees; and planning for doctoral education.The fourth edition continues to provide the detailed knowledge and practical applications necessary for new and experienced faculty to participate in essential components of the academic role-instruction, curriculum, and evaluation. At its core, the text discusses the importance of needs assessment and evidence as a basis for revising or developing new programs and highlights requisite resources and political support. With a focus on interdisciplinary collaboration, the book addresses the growth of simulation, how to help new faculty transition into the academic role, and use of curriculum in both practice and academic settings. Additionally, the book describes the history and evolution of current nursing curricula and presents the theories, concepts, and tools necessary for curriculum development. Chapters include objectives, discussion points, learning activities, references, and a glossary.New to the Fourth Edition:Reorganized and updated to reflect recent evidence-based curricular changes and developmentsHighlights current researchNew chapter: Implementation of Curriculum - Course Development Strategies for the Application of Learning Theories, Educational Taxonomies, and Instruction Team-BuildingNew chapter on Planning for Undergraduate ProgramsNew content on Needs Assessment and the Frame Factors ModelNew content on Planning for Doctoral Education in NursingNew content on curriculum evaluation, financial support, budget management, and use of evidenceKey Features:Supports new faculty as they transition to academeAddresses the need for preparing more faculty educators as defined by IOM report, the ACA, and the Consensus ModelDescribes the scope of academic curriculum models at every practice and academic levelThreads the concept of interdisciplinary collaboration in education throughoutServes as a CNE Certification Review
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Sarah B. Keating, MPH, EdD, RN, C-PNP, FAAN, retired as Endowed Professor, Orvis School of Nursing, University of Nevada Reno (UNR), where she taught Curriculum Development and Evaluation in Nursing, Instructional Design and Evaluation and the Nurse Educator Practicum, and was Director of the DNP program. She has taught nursing since 1970 and received her EdD in Curriculum and Instruction in 1982. Dr. Keating was previously Director of Graduate programs at Russell Sage College (Troy, NY) and Chair of Nursing, San Francisco State University; Dean of Samuel Merritt-Saint Mary's Intercollegiate Nursing Program (1995-2000), Adjunct Professor at Excelsior College, and Chair of the California Board of Registered Nursing Education Advisory Committee (2003-2005). She has received many awards and recognitions, has published in numerous journals, and has been the recipient of 15 funded research grants, two from HRSA. Dr. Keating led the development of numerous educational programs including nurse practitioner, advanced practice community health nursing, clinical nurse leader, case management, entry-level MSN programs, nurse educator tracks, the DNP, and MSN/MPH programs. In addition, she served as a consultant in curriculum development and evaluation for undergraduate and graduate nursing programs and serves as a reviewer for Substantive Change proposals for the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) accrediting body. Dr. Keating published the first through third editions of Curriculum Development and Evaluation in Nursing.
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