Clinical Teaching Strategies in Nursing, 6th Edition, Now Available
Teaching in clinical settings presents nurse educators with challenges that are different from those encountered in the classroom and in online environments. In nursing education, the classroom and clinical environments are linked because students apply in clinical practice what they have learned in the classroom, online, and through other experiences. However, clinical settings require different approaches to teaching. The clinical environment is complex and rapidly changing, with a variety of new settings and roles in which nurses must be prepared to practice.
The sixth edition of Clinical Teaching Strategies in Nursing, co-authored by CNEA Executive Director Dr. Teresa Shellenbarger, examines concepts of clinical teaching and provides a comprehensive framework for planning, guiding, and evaluating learning activities for prelicensure and graduate nursing students. Learn More