A community engaged learning pedagogical approach to population health and primary prevention
Tracy J. Perron, PhD, RN, CNE, CSN, Department of Nursing, The College of New Jersey, Ewing, New Jersey, USA; Tami L. Jakubowski, DNP, CPNP-PC, CSN, Frances M. Maguire School of Nursing and Health Professions, Gwynedd Mercy University, Furlong, Pennsylvania, USA
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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 necessity. Community Engagement is a signature experience for the students of the nursing program.
Nursing Education Research Conference 2018: Generating and Translating Evidence for Teaching Practice. Held at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park, Washington, DC, USA
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Preparing nursing students for population health using a community engaged pedagogical approach 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 ...
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 ...
Poverty simulation: A pedagogical approach to population health for future healthcare professionals Perron, Tracy J.; Hooven, Katie; Jakubowski, Tami L.Poverty is a reality for many Americans. Understanding the complexity of poverty will help nursing students better understand why their patients maybe unable to comply with healthcare instructions and how to help them lead ...
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 ...
Promoting healthy outcomes among a diverse urban population by engaging parents and families Perron, Tracy J.; Jakubowski, Tami L.The Recess Exercise Communities for Education in Smart Schools(RECESS)program was designed to improve health outcomes among a culturally diverse population with increased rates of childhood obesity. A family's culture ...