International Journal of Nurse Practitioner Educators

International Journal of Nurse Practitioner Educators

Transforming nurse practitioner education- Publication suspended

The goal of the International Journal of Nurse Practitioner Educators is to assist faculty from around the world as they transform nurse practitioner education. This peer-reviewed quarterly journal promotes excellence in national and international advanced practice education. The journal will publish broadly on topics related to Nurse Practitioner education. Articles of interest include but are not limited to curricular issues; simulation, technology, and innovation from the classroom to practice; clinical placements, and promoting clinical practice in academic settings. Journal articles and features present strategies that support extraordinary nurse practitioner education worthy of the public trust. The Journal adheres to the Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts submitted to Biomedical Journals of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors.

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Journal Suspension

The International Journal of Nurse Practitioners has been suspended indefinately.  
Posted: 2014-12-10 More...
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Vol 3, No 1 (2014): Student Focused

This issue focuses on student learning from the US, Canada, and London, it chronicles student issues, interventions, and outcomes.

Table of Contents

Curriculum Development

Stephanie C Davis, Rosanne H. Pruitt
Eric Eugene Staples, S. L. Ray, C. Iwasiw
Ann Weltin, Carmen Wycoff

Educational Interventions and Outcomes

Robert Gordon Hanks, Linda Stafford, Elda Ramirez
Diane K Pastor

Global NP Education and Collaboration

Patricia Jarrett

Program and Student Evaluation

Kaye Bultemeier, Dustin Wattenberger