Reimagining clinical experiences for RN-BSN students in population health: Collecting the evidence
Susan Hanson Eichar, EdD, APRN, Department of Nursing, University of Hartford, West Hartford, Connecticut, USA
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In the interest of building a body of knowledge in how we use experiential learning for enhance learning of population health in nursing schools, this presentation tells the story of one program's shift from traditional clinical placements to a new approach, "The Population Health Project".
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