Annual competencies through self-governance and evidence-based learning
Meeting the constant demands for the educational needs of nurses is extremely challenging. The pressure from various stakeholders to meet these demands can lead to hasty programs in which learning is questionable. An example of evidence-based learning methods using a self-governance model is presented. Outcomes from this approach promoted real learning, improved performance, and improved teamwork. © 2008 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.
Jankouskas, Tara Seifert; Dugan, Renee; Fisher, Tracy; and Freeman, Kathryn, "Annual competencies through self-governance and evidence-based learning" (2008). Nursing (Graduate) Educator Scholarship. 41.
Jankouskas, T. S., Dugan, R., Fisher, T., Freeman, K., Marconi, S., Miller, H., Smith, B., Souders, B., & Zoller, D. (2008). Annual competencies through self-governance and evidence-based learning: Journal for Nurses in Staff Development (JNSD), 24(4), E9–E12. https://doi.org/10.1097/01.NND.0000320660.95425.1d