Creating & Sustaining Civility in Nursing Education
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This highly anticipated, fully revised second edition revisits and augments the award-winning Creating & Sustaining Civility in Nursing Education. In this comprehensive new guide, author Cynthia Clark explores the problem of incivility within nursing academe and provides practical solutions that range from ready-to-use teaching tools to principles for broad-based institutional change. She further explores the costs and consequences of incivility, its link to stress, ways to identify the problem, and how to craft a vision for change—including bridging the gap between nursing education and practice.
Rather than dwell on the negative, this book focuses on solutions, including role-modeling and mentoring, stress management, and positive learning environments. Nurse educators at all levels will appreciate the variety of evidence-based strategies that faculty—and students—can implement to promote and maintain civility and respect in the education setting, including online learning
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education, nursing, students, psychology, interprofessional relations, ethics, leadership
Clark, Cynthia, "Creating & Sustaining Civility in Nursing Education" (2017). Faculty & Staff Authored Books. 516.