Chapter 11: A Focus on Older Adults: From Online to CD-ROM

Felver, Linda; Van Son, Catherine
January 2007
Annual Review of Nursing Education;2007, Vol. 5, p207
Academic Journal
Book Chapter
Chapter 11 of the book "Annual Review of Nursing Education" is presented. It explores the development of educational innovations by nurse educators involved in the Older Adult Focus Project, which is directed toward a goal of increasing the ability of nurses to provide care for older adults. Information regarding the development process used which can be adapted to other educational settings is included.


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