About this Issue: May/June 2019
This issue focuses on DNP education, beginning with an article on using a logic model for the development and improvement of DNP scholarly project processes. Other articles present an appreciative advising model for DNP students, a DNP health policy course based on the Faculty Policy Think Tank recommendations, practical within-course writing development strategies for DNP students, and preparation for a nurse faculty role. If you don’t teach in a DNP program, this issue also includes articles on innovative teaching methods, an error and near-miss reporting form you can use in your own program, outcomes of active student and observer roles in simulation, and more.
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Marilyn H. Oermann, Editor-in-Chief