Essentials of a BSN education and students with physical disabilities: Faculty perceptions
Julie Kientz Elting, EdD, MSN, APRN, CNE, Harriet Rothkopf Heilbrunn School of Nursing, Long Island University - Brooklyn, Brooklyn, New York, USA
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Increasing numbers of students with functional disabilities are eager to pursue nursing careers. However, they often meet a roadblock during the application or progression steps of nursing education. Changing the culture of nursing education requires first understanding faculty perceptions of what is essential in a BSN education.
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