"Developing nursing curriculum to facilitate the delivery of holistic care to the military veteran"
written by Michelle Beckford, Corinne Ellis,
published by Open Journal of Nursing, Vol.3 No.5, 2013
has been cited by the following article(s):
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[1] Examining the Capacity of Registered Nurses to Deliver Culturally Competent Health Care to Veterans and Their Families
[2] The Use of Veteran-Centric Simulations in a Nursing Program
[3] Teaching Culturally Competent Veteran Nursing Care in Prelicensure Programs
Nursing Education Perspectives, 2018
[4] Courage to care for our United States veterans: A constructivist way of teaching and learning for future nurses
Nurse Education in Practice, 2018
[5] Integration of Veteran-Centric Content Into Undergraduate Nursing Simulation Learning Activities
[6] Innovation Center
[7] Older Military Veteran Care: Many Still Believe They Are Forgotten
Journal of Holistic Nursing, 2017
[8] Leveraging Partnerships: Nursing Student Veteran-Centered Simulation In Situ
Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 2017
[9] Caring for the Veteran, military and family member nursing competencies: Strategies for integrating content into nursing school curricula
Journal of Professional Nursing, 2017
[10] Understanding why veterans are reluctant to access help for alcohol problems: Considerations for nurse education
Nurse Education Today, 2016
[11] Educating nurses to care for military veterans in civilian hospitals: An integrated literature review
Nurse Education Today, 2016
[12] Development and evaluation of a new curriculum based on the Delphi method for master of nursing programs in China
Chinese Nursing Research, 2016
[13] 护理硕士专业学位研究生培养方案关键要素的构建
中国护理管理, 2015