Information for Faculty
TEACHING WITH AJN
AJN is offering support with a new partnership program to help you meet today's pressing education challenges. As a part of
Teaching with AJN, you will...
- have a uniquely helpful tool for teaching key initiatives across the curriculum, whether in courses on fundamentals, medical-surgical nursing, women's health, pediatrics, nursing research, nursing management and leadership, issues and trends, or community nursing
- promote an ethic of lifelong learning among your students
- offer students and faculty cutting-edge,
evidence-based information on a wide spectrum of clinical topics in a peer-reviewed journal that adheres to the standards set by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE)
- stimulate your students to engage in discussions to increase awareness of the emerging and controversial issues confronting nursing and health care
- foster the translation of important research into nursing practice.
Teaching with AJN program extends deeply discounted subscription rates to students and faculty and includes...
- the table of contents and highlights E-mailed to you two weeks before each issue's publication to help you integrate topics into coursework and class discussion
- free on-line access to current and past journal articles
- a writing workshop at your school if you adopt
AJN for your curriculum.
The goals of
Teaching with AJN are to:
- Provide students and faculty with a quality resource for augmenting teaching and learning.
- Contribute to the education of nurses.
- Provide students and faculty with current, evidence-based information on clinical and policy issues relevant to nurses.
- Stimulate discussion and debate on the important issues confronting nursing, patients and health care.
- Encourage students to become life-long learners, with nursing journals playing an important role in nurses' professional growth and development.
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Generic Teaching Guide for Using
in Your Curriculum (View link in the Chrome broswer)
Questions? Contact Editor-in-Chief Maureen Shawn Kennedy, MA, RN, FAAN at 646-674-6610 or at