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Continuing Professional Development for Integrative Nursing 

Continuing Professional Development for Integrative Nursing
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Continuing Professional Development for Integrative Nursing
Author(s):

Mary Koithan

and Kathy Chappell

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199860739.003.0033
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date: 21 September 2018

Nursing professional development (NPD) is a career-long continuum of formal and informal educational activities informed by wide-ranging sources of clinical, practice, scientific and theoretical evidence. An environmental scan indicates a plethora of professional development opportunities in integrative nursing with offerings across multiple learning platforms (symposia and conferences, residential intensives, online asynchronous sessions, asynchronous media-supported classes and agency-supported in-service sessions) and multiple venues. Several professional organizations, universities, and private companies offer opportunities to develop knowledge, skills, and abilities that prepare nurses to competently care for self and patients.

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