Journal of Nursing Education


Journal of Nursing Education

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:

•  Features including “Educational Innovations,” “Research Briefs,” and “Syllabus Selections”
•  Access to current articles, as well as several years of archived content
•  Manuscripts posted online just 2 months after acceptance

Journal Impact Factor
2019 Impact Factor 1.150

Cited in MEDLINE/PubMed

INANE Nursing Journal Hall of Fame

Past Issue
  • April 2006
  • Volume 45 · Issue 4

The Next Transformation: Clinical Education

Christine A. Tanner, PhD, RN, FAAN

Journal of Nursing Education. 2006;45(4):99-100

Faculty Q&A

Faculty Q&A

Journal of Nursing Education. 2006;45(4):101-102

Major Articles

The Teaching Effectiveness of Standardized Patients

Kathleen L. Becker, MS, CRNP; Linda E. Rose, PhD; Janet B. Berg, MS, APRN, BC; Hyunjeong Park, MPH, RN; John H. Shatzer, PhD

Journal of Nursing Education. 2006;45(4):103-111

Mind-Mapped Care Plans: Integrating an Innovative Educational Tool as an Alternative to Traditional Care Plans

Carolyn S. Kern, MSN, RN; Kristine L. Bush, MSN, RN; Joan M. McCleish, PhD, RN

Journal of Nursing Education. 2006;45(4):112-119

Second-Year Baccalaureate Nursing Students’ Decision Making in the Clinical Setting

Pamela Baxter, PhD, RN; Elizabeth Rideout, PhD, RN

Journal of Nursing Education. 2006;45(4):121-127

Research Briefs

Modeling Mentorship and Collaboration for BSN and MSN Students in a Community Clinical Practicum

Susan Lloyd, PhD, RN, CNS; Shirley Bristol, JD, RN, CNS

Journal of Nursing Education. 2006;45(4):129-132

An Acute Hospital Ward, Densely Populated with Students During a 12-Week Clinical Study Period

Kirsten Halse, CandNursSci, RN; Anne Merete Hage, Cand. San., RN

Journal of Nursing Education. 2006;45(4):133-136

Educational Innovations

An Agency-Financed Capstone Experience for Graduating Seniors

Dorothy Y. Brockopp, PhD, RN; Melanie Hardin-Pierce, MSN, RN; J. Darlene Welsh, MSN, RN

Journal of Nursing Education. 2006;45(4):137-140

Syllabus Selection

The CARE Case Study Method for Teaching Community Health Nursing

Emily C. Schlenker, PsyD, RN, CHN, ASLA; Cindy H. Sullivan Kerber, PhD, APN, CS

Journal of Nursing Education. 2006;45(4):144

Managing Conflict in the Clinical Setting: A Case Scenario

Kimberly McErlane, MSN, RN, CNS

Journal of Nursing Education. 2006;45(4):142

Teaching Students to Promote Positive Patient Change

Sharon Kumm, MN, RN, CCRN; Karen Tarnow, PhD, RN; Suzy Shupe, MN, ARNP, CS; Vicki Hicks, MS, ARNP

Journal of Nursing Education. 2006;45(4):143-144

Using Experiential Learning: Facilitating Hands-On Basic Patient Skills

Patricia Coyle-Rogers, PhD, RN, BC; Christie Putman, BSN, RN

Journal of Nursing Education. 2006;45(4):142-143

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