An innovative course for licensed practical nurse–associate degree nursing articulation
This article describes the adaptation of a licensed practical nurse—associate degree in nursing articulation course to a distance format, specifically hybrid. Methods for evaluation of the course are described. For the most part, students were successful in the course and program progression, exhibited improvements in self-efficacy, and expressed satisfaction with the teaching methods. Expanding opportunities for licensed practical nurses to return to school and experience career advancement may help reduce the nurse shortage.
Teaching and Learning in Nursing
Jensen, Rebecca PhD, RN, "An innovative course for licensed practical nurse–associate degree nursing articulation" (2008). Nursing Articles. 14.