Ensuring licensure and accreditation for the school of nursing: The role of clinical faculty
- Hansbrough, Wendy B.
Wendy B. Hansbrough, PhD, RN, CNE, Associate Professor-Interim Director, School of Nursing, California State University San Marcos
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- California State University, San Marcos, California, USA
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This webinar is designed as an introduction for clinical faculty to the processes that are generally followed to ensure licensing and accreditation of Schools of Nursing. The focus will be on the elements most related to the work of clinical faculty who teach in undergraduate nursing programs.
- Distinguish the authority of licensing boards verses accreditation agencies to oversee Schools of Nursing
- Recognize the essential work of clinical faculty which supports licensing requirements
- Describe the elements of accreditation which are most related to the work of clinical faculty
- Associate the accreditation process to ongoing program quality improvement efforts
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Repository Posting Date2020-08-28T18:31:39Z
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