Journal of Nursing Education

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Print ISSN: 0148-4834
Online ISSN: 1938-2421

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Nursing education’s premier journal

The Journal of Nursing Education is a monthly, peer-reviewed journal publishing original articles and new ideas for nurse educators in various types and levels of nursing programs for over 50 years. The Journal enhances the teaching-learning process, promotes curriculum development, and stimulates creative innovation and research in nursing education. Begin to explore the Journal and all of its great benefits such as:

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Table of Contents
EDITORIAL

Are We Keeping Up?

Mona Ray Fields, RN, EdD

Follow the Leader: A Learning Exercise

Mary Ann Brand, RN, MN; Ruth M Craig, RN, MSN

Defining Scholarly Activity in Nursing Education

Sandra Cawley Baird, RN, MS; Agnes Biegel, RN, MSN; Audrey Bopp, RN, MSN; Nancy Wentworth Dolphin, RN, MSN; Nora Ernst, PhD; Mary Hagedorn, RN, MS; Judy Malkiewicz, RN, MS; Rita Jean Payton, RN, DA; Gordon Sawatzky, RN, MS

Crisis Intervention: When the Client is a Nursing Student

Norveta Lampkin, RN, MSN; Thomas M Cannon, Jr, EdD; S Louis Fairchild, PhD

Helping the Pregnant Student Stay in School

Sandra J Fulton Picot, RN, MSN

Teaching Communication Skills in an Integrated Curriculum

Rose Marie Friedrich, RN, MA; Sonja I Lively, RN, MA; Elizabeth Schacht, RN, MA

Interventions Useful to the Public Health Nurse: Improving Health Behaviors

Gwen K Wyatt, RN, MA, MSN; Mildred A Omar, RN, MS

Modification of a Simulation Game for Use in a Large Group Setting

Georgene G Eakes, RN, MSN; Rita Finnen, RN, MSN

Perceptions of a Geriatric Rotation: Influence on Career Choices

Ilene Lubkin, RN, MS, CGNP; W Carole Chenitz, RN, EdD

Values Clarification: A Critique

Ellen W Bernal, PhD; Ellen Greene Bush, RN, MS