Revisioning graduate education in nurse administration: preparation for a new paradigm
Graduate education for nurse administrators is entering a period of change. Current trends in health care administration necessitate revising master's level programs to meet the demands of the profession in the restructured health care environment. The new educational model should use a service line model as the base for updating the curriculum and broadening the focus of the nurse administrator. An outline for a two-year course of study is presented.
Publication Name: Nursing Administration Quarterly
Health promotion during childhood chronic illness: a paradox facing society
Parents with children with chronic illnesses or compromised health may have difficulty promoting good health practices because of the attention they pay to the illness itself. The focus of Healthy Children 2000 examines life-style changes, exercise and nutrition as well as developmental and environmental concerns.
Publication Name: Holistic Nursing Practice
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