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September/October 2022 - Volume 47 - Issue 5

  • Marilyn H. Oermann, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN
  • 0363-3624
  • 1538-9855
  • 6 issues / year
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    5-year Impact Factor: 2.520
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Nurse educators need to ensure that students at all levels of nursing education attain essential competencies for practice. Authors explain entrustable professional activities (EPAs) and provide a guide to implementing EPAs as one approach to competency acquisition. In another article, you will learn how to create and implement phone simulations, which offer unique opportunities for assessment of competencies and for teaching with reduced scheduling and location barriers. Diversity, equity, and inclusion are increasingly recognized as core values for nursing education and practice. An article provides teaching tools and strategies to integrate cultural humility in the nursing curriculum and create a more inclusive learning environment.​

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Marilyn H. O
ermann, Editor-in-Chief

Entrustable Professional Activities in Clinical Education: A Practical Approach for Advanced Nursing Education

Corrigan, Catherine; Moran, Katherine; Kesten, Karen; More

Nurse Educator. 47(5):261-266, September/October 2022.

Entrustable Professional Activities in Clinical Education: A Practical Approach for Advanced Nursing Education

The Caring for Our Own Program: A Model for American Indian and Alaska Native Nursing Students to Practice, Manage, and Lead in Indian Country

Larsson, Laura; Johnson, Catherine M.

Nurse Educator. 47(5):272-277, September/October 2022.

The Caring for Our Own Program: A Model for American Indian and Alaska Native Nursing Students to Practice, Manage, and Lead in Indian Country

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