Neighborhood Course 2010
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The Neighborhood is an online#xA0;learning platform designed to enhance nursing education, distributed by Pearson Health Science. #xA0; The Neighborhood presents unfolding stories about a virtual community populated by diverse#xA0;characters - including families, nurses and physicians.#xA0; The Neighborhood also#xA0;includes institutions representing various health care settings,#xA0;and a weekly Neighborhood newspaper.#xA0; The interrelated character stories, enhanced with video clips, photos, biographical information, and medical records, reflect the health care issues and illnesses represented in a typical population, as reported by the CDC.#xA0;#xA0;This longitudinal case study crosses the entire nursing curriculum, and is designed to be used by instructors in any course or course type to allow students to more easily connect what#xA0;they are learning with#xA0;patient experience.#xA0; #xA0; The Neighborhood was developed by Jean Giddens, PhD, professor of nursing at the College of Nursing at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque.
List price: $51.60
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 6/8/2010
Binding: Digital, Other
Size: 6.25" wide x 8.75" long x 0.10" tall
|There are 45 Episodes in the program that span 4 seasons|
|Chronological Unfolding of Episodes 1-15|
|Chronological Unfolding of Episodes 16-30|
|Chronological Unfolding of Episodes 31-45|
|Access to all 45 Episodes|
|Short retail descrip|
|The Neighborhood is a virtual, web-based learning platform designed to enhance nursing education, distributed by Pearson Health Science|
|The Neighborhood consists of virtual families and institutions, featuring a diverse population of 37 characters. Their interrelated stories, enhanced with video clips, photos, biographical information, and medical records, reflect the health care issues and illnesses represented in homes, community agencies, outpatient centers, clinics, and hospital settings|