Transitioning to concept-based curriculum: An interpretative study of efficacy and pedagogical usability
Author DetailsMary Judith Yoho, PhD, RN, CNE, School of Nursing, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, Oregon, USA; Judy Hyland, PhD, RN, Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program, Houston Baptist University, Houston, Texas, USA
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In a hermeneutic phenomenological study, the lived experiences of nurse educators practicing within a concept-based curriculum (CBC) was explored. Though the transition to CBC was challenging, with proper training and practice time, faculty found the curriculum to be efficacious and the pedagogical model useful in preparing students for entry-level practice.
Repository Posting Date2021-02-22T22:22:00Z
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