Nursing Curriculum Development

Nursing Curriculum DevelopmentOrder DescriptionRead Giddens and Brady, 2007, Rescuing Nursing Education from Content Saturation: The Case for a Concept-Based Curriculum, from Journal of Nursing Education, volume 46, issue 2, pages 6569.Read Uchiyama and Radin, 2009, Curriculum Mapping in Higher Education: A Vehicle for Collaboration, fromInnovative Higher Education, volume 33, issue 4, pages 271280.Use the Internet to complete the following:Read the NLN 2003 position statement, Innovation in Nursing Education: A Call to ReformOnce curriculum has been designed, the process is still not finished. Based on your unit readings and independent research, discuss the incorporation of ongoing curriculum evaluation. In particular, your assignment should include the following:An explanation of the importance of ongoing curriculum evaluation. Why is it important? For whom is it important?Substantially explains and evaluates how and why pilot testing can be used in curriculum evaluation.Provides substantial examples of both short and long-term evaluations for process improvement, and explains and analyzes why both types are important to curriculum development.Describes and analyzes how evidence-based nursing concepts, theories, and best practices can be applied to improve curriculum development.Your paper should be 34 pages in length, not including the title page and the reference page, and follow proper APA style and formatting References no older than 10 years.Currently 3 writers are viewing this order