To access the articles, click the title link and then the PDF link in the left-hand sidebar, if necessary. Enter your ENMU ID# when requested. You may print, email or download the articles.1. Chabeli M.M., "Concept-mapping as a Teaching Method to Facilitate Critical Thinking in Nursing Education: a Review of the Literature," Journal of Interdisciplinary Health Sciences, 15 (1), 2010, 70-76.
2. Duff, Elsie, "Relating the Nursing Paradigm to Practice: A Teaching Strategy," International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 8 (1), 2011, 1-8.
3. Giddens, Jean Foret, "The Neighborhood: a Web-based Platform to Support Conceptual Teaching and Learning," Nursing Education Perspectives, 28 (5), 2007, 251-256.
4. Im, Eun-Ok and Ju Chang, Sun, "Current Trends in Nursing Theories," Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 44 (2), 2012, 156-164.
5. Kim, S., Phillips, WR, Pinsky, L., et al., "A Conceptual Framework for Developing Teaching Cases: a Review and Synthesis of the Literature Across Disciplines," Medical Education, 40 (9), 2006, 867-876.
6. McCrae, Niall, "Whither Nursing Models? The Value of Nursing Theory in the Context of Evidence-based Practice and Multidisciplinary Health Care," Journal of Advanced Nursing, 68 (1), 2012, 222-229.
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