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Preparing the Nurse of the Future: Emergent Themes in Online RN-BSN Education.

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Summary of "Preparing the Nurse of the Future: Emergent Themes in Online RN-BSN Education."

Registered nurse to baccalaureate in nursing (RN-BSN) programs hold the second lowest average graduation rate of US nursing programs. Online education is often cited as a good fit for the working nurse for its convenience, accessibility, and flexibility. With a focus on supporting persistence in RN-BSN programs, this research sought to answer the question, What are the best practices for distance/online/hybrid RN to BSN program curriculum and instruction?

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Name: Nursing education perspectives
ISSN: 1536-5026
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