Article Published on Curriculum Infusion and Nursing

Georgetown professors Edilma Yearwood and Joan Riley (School of Nursing and Health Studies) recently published an article entitled "Curriculum infusion to promote nursing student well-being" in the Journal of Advanced Nursing's June 2010 issue. The authors conducted a study of Georgetown nursing students enrolled in Engelhard courses. Among other findings, the authors report that "curriculum infusion exploring common college health issues fosters relationships between nursing students and educators and promotes student well-being." To learn more about the Engelhard Project and curriculum infusion, please visit the Engelhard Project site.

Georgetown professors Edilma Yearwood and Joan Riley (School of Nursing and Health Studies) recently published an article entitled "Curriculum infusion to promote nursing student well-being" in the Journal of Advanced Nursing's June 2010 issue.

Georgetown professors Edilma Yearwood and Joan Riley (School of Nursing and Health Studies) recently published an article entitled “Curriculum infusion to promote nursing student well-being” in the Journal of Advanced Nursing‘s June 2010 issue.

The authors conducted a study of Georgetown nursing students enrolled in Engelhard courses. Among other findings, the authors report that “curriculum infusion exploring common college health issues fosters relationships between nursing students and educators and promotes student well-being.”

To learn more about the Engelhard Project and curriculum infusion, please visit the Engelhard Project site.