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Culleiton, Alicia L. RN, MSN, CNE; Shellenbarger, Teresa RN, CNE, DNSc; Stoker, Amy RN, MSN

Nursing Critical Care:
doi: 10.1097/01.CCN.0000298776.40746.6f
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Abstract

More nursing students than ever before are beginning their careers in highly specialized critical care settings.

In Brief

For an effective partnership, staff and faculty must work together to plan and implement care and evaluate students. Adherence to these partnership strategies may help ensure a positive learning experience for all involved parties.

Author Information

Alicia L. Culleiton is a an adjunct faculty member at Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Pa., and a doctoral student at Chatham University, Pittsburgh, Pa. Teresa Shellenbarger is a professor, Department of Nursing and Allied Professions, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, Pa. Amy Stoker is a teaching specialist, UPMC, Shadyside School of Nursing.

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