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Nursing Instructional Program Supervision

Volume 2 - Issue 12, December 2018 Edition
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Author(s)
James Ryan Reblando
Keywords
Nursing, Nursing Education, Nursing Instruction, Nursing Supervision.
Abstract
Instructional and supervision methods should aim at addressing the developing needs of patients. Emerging aspects such as patient-centered care require improved curriculums to equip students with skills, knowledge, and experiences to address such developments sufficiently. Best practices in teaching methods include the focus on teamwork, simulation-based learning, and evidence-based practice. Aspects such as visual and pedagogical technologies are effective in achieving such standards. Supervision goals encompass the appropriate management of student workloads, autonomy, and leadership. Employing reflective erudition, communication, and cooperation will be necessary to attain the objectives.
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