Nursing Education Perspectives

Editor-in-Chief: Joyce Fitzpatrick, PhD, RN, FAAN
ISSN: 1536-5026
Online ISSN: 1943-4685
Frequency: Bimonthly

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To showcase NEP Innovation Center and Research Briefs, Volume 37, issue 6 presents a sampling of works from a myriad of nurse educators and researchers. The articles illuminate the vast tapestry of contemporary issues in nursing education, for example:

Flipped Classroom versus Traditional Lecture: Comparing Teaching Models in Undergraduate Nursing Courses

The Effect of Human Patient Simulators on Knowledge and Self-Competence in Graduating Prelicensure Nursing Students

Knowledge and Attitudes of RN to BSN Students Before and After a Patient Safety Course

Low Cost-High Return: Creating an Ideal Pediatric Clinical Experience

Eye-Tracking Technology: An Innovative Approach for Teaching and Evaluating Patient Safety Behaviors

Got Your Six: Supporting Veterans' Move into Professional Nursing

Starting in 2017, look for a Continuing Education article in each issue of NEP!

Breaking News

Joyce.pngJoyce J. Fitzpatrick, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN, and Editor-in-Chief of Nursing Education Perspectives, has been honored by the American Academy of Nursing, as a Living Legend. Dr. Fitzpatrick is best known for her contributions toward advancing the science of nursing education at universities and health ministries around the world. From developing educational interventions focused on HIV/AIDS prevention in Uganda to designing a 10-hospital project centered on improving the nursing care provided to elders, her research has shined a spotlight on the meaningfulness of nurses' work life. She served as Dean of  Case Western Reserve University's School of Nursing for over 15 years, and she has been a leader of several national nursing organizations during her career, including President of the American Academy of Nursing 1997-1999. Please join us in congratulating Dr. Fitzpatrick!