Preparing Nursing Students to Work With Individuals With Intellectual Disabilities
Tracy J. Perron, PhD, RN, CNE, CSN, Department of Nursing, The College of New Jersey, Ewing, New Jersey, USA
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Perron, Tracy J.The purpose of Health Break is to allow nursing students the opportunity to work with individuals with intellectual disabilities in a non-medical setting.
Involving students in an interprofessional community engaged learning approach to population health and primary prevention Perron, Tracy J.; Jakubowski, Tami L.Guided by course objectives, sophomore nursing students spend 25 hours in a community based learning opportunity implementing projects to care for populations with chronic conditions in a community setting. Student project ...
Perron, Tracy J.; Jakubowski, Tami L. (2018-06-29)The need for collaborative practices in the community is a necessity. Community Engagement is a signature experience for the students at TCNJ. This opportunity allows students to apply knowledge; enhance skills and address ...
Engaging interprofessional clinical, academic, and community partnerships to improve child health outcomes Jakubowski, Tami L.; Perron, Tracy J.A program developed to improve the fitness and health of elementary school age children while empowering parents to encourage healthy food choices. A network of professionals working together to improve children's health ...
Perron, Tracy J.; Jakubowski, Tami L. (2018-03-23)With the shift in healthcare to health promotion and population health it is important for nursing students to engage in a variety of learning venues. The need for collaborative practices in the community is an increasing ...