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Published September, 2015
By Linda Caputi
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (National League for Nursing)
Series: Innovations in Nursing Education
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Published by the National League for Nursing, Innovations in Nursing Education: Building the Future of Nursing, Volume 3 promotes innovation and excellence in nursing education through fully researched and thought-provoking writing. 
 
This third volume introduces a new organizational structure, aligning topics to five of the seven NLN Centers for Nursing Education. Not centers in the bricks and mortar sense, the centers are a way of organizing the NLN’s thinking and framing its work, a way to continue to lead in the areas that are crucial to the future of nursing and nursing education: 
 
•NLN | Chamberlain College of Nursing Center for the Advancement of the Science of Nursing Education
•NLN Center for Assessment and Evaluation
•NLN Center for Excellence in the Care of Vulnerable Populations
•NLN Center for Transformational Leadership
•NLN Center for Innovation in Simulation and Technology
 
“I am so pleased that Dr. Caputi, as editor of this volume, chose to arrange the chapters to correspond with the work of five of the centers, work that benefits nurse educators as well as our students and the millions of patients nurses care for over the course of our professional lives.”
 
Beverly Malone, PhD, RN, FAAN
CEO, NLN

This title is an American Journal of Nursing 2015 Book of The Year Contest Winner.
 
 

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Published September, 2014
By Linda Caputi and Caputi
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“Innovations in Nursing Education will expand the nurse educator’s repertoire with innovative methods for transforming curricula to influence how our students think about and practice nursing.”

Marsha Howell Adams, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF
President, National League for Nursing (2013-2015)
Dean of Nursing
University of Alabama in Huntsville, College of Nursing
 
Published by the National League for Nursing, Innovations in Nursing Education: Building the Future of Nursing, Volume 2 encourages innovation and excellence in nursing education through alignment with the 2011 IOM Future of Nursing recommendations. With the IOM model throughout, this resource provides helpful suggestions to elevate the learning and teaching experience including:
 
·        Communicating effectively
·        Using evidence-based content to support teaching
·        Improving critical reasoning
·        Leveraging technology to find, manage, and apply information
·        Finding comfort in complex or uncertain situations
·        Managing change and conflict

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Published March, 2014
By Linda Caputi and Caputi
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Written by expert researchers, educators, and professionals who collaboratively design standards and national certification exams for professional nurses, the CNE Review Book is the definitive guide for faculty pursuing the CNE credential. Based on the revised 2012 practice analysis, this book is an essential text for aspiring certified nurse educators and all nurse educators across the academic spectrum.


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Published November, 2013
By Pamela R Jeffries
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (National League for Nursing)
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While confronting many challenges related to changes in health care, higher education, and clinical practice, nurse educators are exploring new opportunities for innovative teaching/learning methods, new clinical models, and educational practices to provide high-quality education to promote optimal, quality patient care. Clinical simulations can provide health care educators one approach to create student-centered, experiential environments that engage and prepare the learner for real-world practice. 

Clinical Simulations in Nursing Education: Advanced Concepts, Trends, and Opportunities provides chapters authored by expert simulation researchers, educators, and users to shed light on important advancements and emerging topics in clinical simulation including:

 • Enhanced interprofessional education and practice through simulation
 • Meaningful debriefing
 • Expansion of clinical simulation globally
 • Development of a good business plan and consideration of the economic model of a simulation center
 • Research and evaluation of clinical simulation
 • High-stakes simulation
 • Certification of educators and accreditation of simulation centers

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Published September, 2013
By Linda Caputi
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (National League for Nursing)
Series: Innovations in Nursing Education
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In numerous, oftentimes seemingly small ways, faculty in schools of nursing are implementing the recommendations of the Institute of Medicine report, The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health. These practices are the building blocks that will lead to a future of excellence in nursing education.

Building the Future of Nursing links the NLN mission and its core value of excellence to this important work. The chapters in this text (originally accepted for publication in the Innovation Center of the NLN peer-reviewed research journal, Nursing Education Perspectives) highlight how faculty are using the recommendations for al types of nursing education, nationally and internationally.

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Published January, 2013
By Judith Halstead
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A new edition is coming in Fall 2018!

Nurse Educator Competencies: Creating An Evidence-Based Practice For Nurse Educators is a compelling critical synthesis of the research related to educator competencies. Drawing on literature in nursing and many other fields, the authors present an analysis of the work done to date regarding each competency (e.g., facilitate learning, use assessment and evaluation strategies), draws conclusions about what we do and do not know related to that area of practice, and proposes priorities for future research related to that competency.


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Published December, 2012
By Pamela Ironside
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The core of On Revolutions & Revolutionaries: 25 Years of Reform and Innovation in Nursing Education is six original essays published by the NLN during curriculum revolution of the 1980s/1990s. The work provides a glimpse into how our leaders thought about ways in which nursing education needed to be reformed and  examines the progress made in nursing education since then, and proposes future directions in the field.

Many of the original authors include reflections on the original works and our current state of nursing education. Other contemporary chapters have been added to enhance the forward-looking nature of this book. The collection inspires the reader to reflect on the progress that has been made in transforming nursing education toward a student-centered, interactive, evidence-based practice and to think about what needs to be done to create a preferred future for nursing education. As such, this book is an important resource for faculty and for graduate students preparing for the faculty role.


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Published December, 2012
By Hattie Bessent
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This is a new edition of Dr. Hattie Bessent’s groundbreaking work, originally published in 2005 by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. The text provides first-person accounts of the lives and motivations of eleven African American nurses of outstanding achievement. Their stories present the authors’ philosophies of leadership and the strategies they used to succeed, against the odds, in what had been a predominantly white profession.


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Published December, 2012
By Pamela Hammond
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African American Voices: Reflecting, Reforming, Reframing is the second work in a series devoted to promoting diversity in nursing and nursing education. This text was written to ensure that all nurse educators and for those who want to be nurse educators are prepared as culturally competent and culturally sensitive health care providers who serve patients who do not look like them, or speak like them, or believe in the same ideas that they do. It presents a number of issues facing the nursing profession, such as the nursing shortage and its impact on the delivery of health care for underrepresented populations; integration of innovative simulations to teach cultural competence; the shortage of nurse educators, especially African Americans, and the value of mentoring; and the role of PhD in nursing programs.


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Published December, 2012
By Cathleen Shultz
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Building the Science of Nursing Education: Foundation for Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning is the culmination of a seven-year project by the NLN Task Group on Teaching-Learning Paradigms. The contributors, all seasoned nurse educator-scholars, thoroughly investigated existing studies of nursing education practice and created the first model for building a science of nursing education, which, it is hoped, will serve as a foundation for continuing scholarship in the field.


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