Journal of Nursing Education

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Abstract

In the article, "Meeting the Terminal Functions of a Baccalaureate Curriculum: The Students' Perception," by Linda Moore, RN, EdD and Marlyn D. Boyd, RN, PhD (October 1985, Volume 24, Number 8, pages 321-325), the following text was omitted from the last column of page 321.

... and skills base needed to begin professional practice.

One school of nursing has listed twenty-five terminal functions for nursing practice which a graduate of the program would be expected to accomplish in his/her role as a professional nurse. The functions denote entry level knowledge and skills for the graduate.

Evaluation of these terminal functions may not be an easy task. Evaluation has been described as a "process through which a value judgment or decision is made from ..."…

In the article, "Meeting the Terminal Functions of a Baccalaureate Curriculum: The Students' Perception," by Linda Moore, RN, EdD and Marlyn D. Boyd, RN, PhD (October 1985, Volume 24, Number 8, pages 321-325), the following text was omitted from the last column of page 321.

... and skills base needed to begin professional practice.

One school of nursing has listed twenty-five terminal functions for nursing practice which a graduate of the program would be expected to accomplish in his/her role as a professional nurse. The functions denote entry level knowledge and skills for the graduate.

Evaluation of these terminal functions may not be an easy task. Evaluation has been described as a "process through which a value judgment or decision is made from ..."

10.3928/0148-4834-19860301-14

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