The Importance of Healthy Academic Learning Environments in Nursing Education

Author
Clay-Robison, Shelly · Ruth-Sahd, Lisa A.
Published 2017
Journal Creative Nursing
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Abstract

Work environment is frequently discussed in nursing literature, particularly within the realm of practice and patient safety. However, there is limited literature regarding the work environment in academic settings and how it affects faculty and students. There is no literature that looks at work environments in relation to human needs theory. The purpose of this article is to highlight the significance of the work environment in academic settings in terms of human needs theory and to offer suggestions for creating and maintaining a healthy academic work environment.

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Title
The Importance of Healthy Academic Learning Environments in Nursing Education
Author
Clay-Robison, Shelly · Ruth-Sahd, Lisa A.
Year
2017
Journal
Creative Nursing
Document Type
Research Article
Language
eng
Subjects
Faculty · Healthy Academic Learning Environments · Human Needs Theory · Nursing Education · Respect
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