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ERIC Number: ED272225
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1981
Pages: 112
Abstractor: N/A
Models for Collaboration: Nursing Service--Nursing Education. Proceedings of the Midwest Alliance in Nursing Fall Conference (Rapid City, South Dakota, September 16, 1980).
Minckley, Barbara B., Ed.
A sample of collaborative experiments in nursing service and education in the Midwest are described in these conference proceedings. Section I presents "Unification, Reunification: Reconciliation or Collaboration," by Helen R. Grace, which discusses the conditions necessary and sufficient to produce a true clinical-educational conjoint relationship. Section II, "An Experience in Collaboration," by Geraldine Price and Peggy Gray, examines a federal- and state-supported system of highly successful Nursing Home Area Training Centers. Section III contains "Experience in Collaboration--Using Three Methods," by Sr. Rosalie Klein and Mary Jane Mayer, which details the working relationship between a community health nursing agency and nursing educational programs, whereby students are placed in the agency for guided basic experience. In section IV, a triad of views by an educator, a service director, and a new nurse graduate are provided in "The Need for Collaboration: A Statewide Nursing Consortium as a Facilitating Mechanism," by Elisabeth Zinser; "Perspectives of Nursing Service," by Beth Roder; and "Transition from School to Practice: A New Graduate's Perspective," by J. Jean Mellum. Finally, section V presents brief descriptions of additional examples of service/education collaboration. (RO)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive; Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: Kellogg Foundation, Battle Creek, MI.
Authoring Institution: Midwest Alliance in Nursing, Inc., Indianapolis, IN.