Nursing education update
Nursing education is evolving as healthcare becomes more complex. That’s because nursing is at the frontlines of changes to education designed to meet the needs of not only today’s patients, but also systems of care. Nurse.com asked Martha M. Scheckel, PhD, RN, dean and professor of nursing, health and human behavior, Viterbo University, La Crosse, Wis., to update readers on education trends in nursing.
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By Lisette Hilton
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