This volume is part of a series of 18 monographs on service learning and the academic disciplines. These essays focus on nursing, examining partnerships between education and service, nurse and person, and profession and community. Chapters describe both theoretical and experiential ways in which nursing has begun to incorporate service-learning as a methodology in many diverse settings and with many communities of interest. Following the Introduction by Jane S. Norbeck, Charlene Connolly, and Jo Ellen Koerner, three theoretical essays include: qHumanistic Learning in the Context of Service: The Liberal Arts in Nursing Educationq (Jean E. Bartels); qPreparing Nurses for Roles That Will Improve Community Health: Two National Programs Enhance Relationships between Providers and Educatorsq (Mary Kay Kohles, Maryalice Jordan-Marsh, and Margaret T. McNally); and qService Education Partnerships Create Community Service-Learning Opportunities in a Rural Regionq (Sharon P. Aadalen, Mary Kay Hohenstein, Mary I. Huntley, and Annette J. McBeth). Seven essays on classroom applications follow, including: qService-Learning as a Pedagogy in Nursingq (Elaine Cohen, Susan Johnson, Lois Nelson, and Connie Peterson); qCase Study of a Service-Learning Project in a Nurse-Managed Clinic for Homeless and Indigent Individualsq (Carol L. Macnee, Deborah H. White, and Jean C. Hemphill); qA Case Study in Service-Learning Using a Collaborative Community-Based Caring Modelq (Evelyn C. Atchison and Patricia A. Tumminia); qCommunity Empowerment through Service-Learningq (Leanne C. Busby, Cathy Taylor, and Linda Norman); qNursing Clinical Education in an Urban Public School Systemq (Donna Miles Curry, Kimberley X. Hickok, and Kate Cauley); qThe Community as Classroom: Service-Learning in Tillery, North Carolinaq (Nina P. Shah and Mary A. Glascoff); and qService-Learning Lessons from the Chambered Nautilusq (Evelyn D. Quigley, Betty Sayers, and Ruth Hanson). Sets of samples syllabi and assignments are provided for four of the essays. A 65-item annotated bibliography, organized by topic, and a list of practitioners is appended. (All papers contain references.) (SM)This volume is part of a series of 18 monographs on service learning and the academic disciplines. These essays focus on nursing, examining partnerships between education and service, nurse and person, and profession and community.
|Title||:||Caring and Community|
|Author||:||Jane S. Norbeck, Charlene Connolly, JoEllen Goertz Koerner, JoEllen Koerner|
|Publisher||:||Stylus Publishing, LLC. - 1998-01-01|