Rescuing Nursing Education from Content Saturation: The Case for a Concept-Based Curriculum

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Abstract

ABSTRACT

Nursing education has been plagued with a saturation of content for many years. The multiple contributing factors underscore the complexity of the problem and validate the need for educational reform. The purpose of this article is to discuss various factors contributing to content saturation and propose a conceptual approach for curriculum development and teaching in nursing education.

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