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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  • November 1992
  • Volume 31 · Issue 9
Table of Contents
EDITORIAL

On Politics, Education, and Scholarship

Christine A Tanner, RN, PhD, FAAN

More on Truisms

Ngozi O Nkongho, PhD, RN

The Level and Focus of Geriatric Nursing Content in ADN and BSN Programs

Judith T Fullerton, PhD, RN, CNM; John Lantz, PhD, RN; Mary P Quayhagen, DNSc, RN, FAAN

Degree of Comfort in Providing Care to PWAs: Effect of a Workshop for Baccalaureate Nursing Students

Roma D Williams, PhD, RN, C; Susan Benedict, DSN, CRNA, FAAN; Bonnie C Pearson, MEd, RN

The Odds for Success on NCLEX-RN by Nurse Candidates from a Four-Year Baccalaureate Nursing Program

Andrew C Mills, MSN, RN; Mary E Sampel, MSN, RN; Vivian C Pohlman, MSN, RN; Ann M Becker, MSN, RN

Consensus Testing: A Cooperative Teaching Strategy

Susan Gaskins, DSN, RN; Jeanette VanderMeer, MSN, RNC

State of the Art: Research in Nursing Education Administration

Brenda Wright, RN, MS; Janet J Gross, RN, MSN; Freda L Kilburn, RN, DSN; Anne C Smith, RN, DSN