Journal of Nursing Education

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Syllabus Selections: Innovative Learning Activities

Michelle A. Schutt, MSN, RN; Francine M. Parker, EdD, RN

  • Journal of Nursing Education. 2006;45(11)
  • Posted November 1, 2006

Abstract

Influenza Vaccination Administration by Junior and Senior Nursing Students

Auburn University Montgomery School of Nursing faculty are committed to exposing baccalaureate nursing students to a broad spectrum of experiences that promote critical thinking, caring, and clinical competence. Although rotations at the junior and senior levels offered many traditional experiences in acute and outpatient environments, when the opportunity arose to be part of a massive effort to provide influenza vaccines to the community and university employees, faculty were eager to blend experiential learning with community service. [more...]

Abstract

Influenza Vaccination Administration by Junior and Senior Nursing Students

Auburn University Montgomery School of Nursing faculty are committed to exposing baccalaureate nursing students to a broad spectrum of experiences that promote critical thinking, caring, and clinical competence. Although rotations at the junior and senior levels offered many traditional experiences in acute and outpatient environments, when the opportunity arose to be part of a massive effort to provide influenza vaccines to the community and university employees, faculty were eager to blend experiential learning with community service. [more...]

Influenza Vaccination Administration by Junior and Senior Nursing Students

Auburn University Montgomery School of Nursing faculty are committed to exposing baccalaureate nursing students to a broad spectrum of experiences that promote critical thinking, caring, and clinical competence. Although rotations at the junior and senior levels offered many traditional experiences in acute and outpatient environments, when the opportunity arose to be part of a massive effort to provide influenza vaccines to the community and university employees, faculty were eager to blend experiential learning with community service. [more...]

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