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NURS 320 explores concepts, theories and priniciples of the teaching-learning process relevant to health and nursing.

NURS / RNBS 402 Course Description


Students will focus on ethical and legal issues impacting nursing and health care practice. Emphasis is on examining concepts, theories and values applicable to ethical decision-making.


Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

1)       Explore contemporary moral, legal and ethical concepts that affect nursing and health care;

2)       Examine the major theories and principles influencing ethical decision-making;

3)       Utilize ethical decision-making models to evaluate ethical dilemmas;

4)       Apply legal principles that are essential to ethical decision-making.

Journals for NURS 320


Articles from these journals can be retrieved from the CINAHL database on EBSCOhost

Advances in Nursing Science

Journal for Nurses in Staff Development: JNSD

Journal of Advanced Nursing

The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing

The Journal of Nursing Education

Journal of Professional Nursing

Nurse Educator

Nursing Education Perspectives

NURS 320 Reference Resources and Reading List

Related Library Book Call Numbers

*R 727.4

*RT 71

*RT 73

*RT 73.7

Required Text 

Bastable, S. B. (2019). Nurse as educator: Principles of teaching and learning for nursing practice. (5th ed.). Jones & Bartlett. ISBN 978-1284127201

Supplementary Resources

Canobbio, M. (2006). Mosby's handbook of patient teaching. (3rd ed.). Mosby.

Hergenhahn, B.R., & Olson, M.H. (2005). An introduction to the theories of learning. (7th ed.). Prentice Hall.

Mohanna, K., Wall, D., & Chambers, R. (2003). Teaching made easy: A manual for health professionals. (2nd ed.). Radcliffe Medical.

E-books on EBSCOhost


James, M., et al.. (2006). Learning how to learn : Tools for schools. Routledge.

Battersby, J. & Gordon, J.. (2006). Preparing to teach : Learning from experience. Routledge.

Smith, F. (2006). Ourselves : Why we are who we are. Routledge.




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