Document Review: Elevating RN-BSN Enrollments: Facilitating Assemblage through Curriculum Reform Karl Jennette Transitions in Specialist Nursing
Increasing RN-BSN Enrollments: Facilitating Assemblage through Program Reform
There exists a significant have to increase the BSN enrollment while the majority of fresh nurse enrollment is at the associate degree in nursing level (Spencer, 2008, 312). It will be talked about, based on this article; Increasing RN-BSN Enrollments: Assisting Articulation through Curriculum Change, author Janine Spencer, RN, EdD, Log of Continuing Education in Nursing jobs, July 2008, the need for raising the number of BSN prepared nurses in the labor force and how this may affect the nursing profession in general. вЂќResearch has shown that affected person outcomes can be attributed to larger levels of medical educationвЂќ (Spencer, 2008, 312). It is necessary to increase the standard of education needed to become a health professional, as well as offering each registered nurse with all the necessary knowledge and training needed in management, culture, gerontology, ethics, exploration, theory primarily based practice, and community health.
There are numerous advantages for nurses to acquire a baccalaureate's level as opposed to a diploma or an associate's nursing diploma. The result of baccalaureate education is nurses who are prepared with a broader understanding base and are conceptualized to provide more holistic health care (Spencer 2008, 308). Presently, having a focus on evidence based practice, it is essential nursing staff have an obvious understanding and a appear knowledge basic in exploration. As well, theory based practice, community well being nursing and strong command skills every included in the BSN program; help the ultimate target of providing a higher top quality care to the patients therefore increasing great patient effects. There are many bonuses for a RN or ADN to go after a baccalaureate's in medical including the possibility of increasing...
References: Janine Spencer, RN, EdD. (2008). Increasing RN-BSN enrollments: facilitating articulation through curriculum change. Journal of continuous Education in Nursing, 39(7), 307-313.