Visual intelligence education as an innovative interdisciplinary approach for advancing communication and collaboration skills in nursing practice.

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Summary of "Visual intelligence education as an innovative interdisciplinary approach for advancing communication and collaboration skills in nursing practice."

Recognizing the relationship of keen observation to communication, critical thinking, and leadership in evidence-based literature, educators have expanded the use of art museums to augment visual intelligence skills. The purpose of this pilot intervention was to evaluate an innovative, interdisciplinary approach for integrating visual intelligence skills into an advanced communications and collaboration course.


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Name: Journal of professional nursing : official journal of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing
ISSN: 1532-8481
Pages: 357-363


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