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Professional Issues

Implementing a Dedicated Education Unit: A Practice Partnership With Oncology Nurses

Grace E. Dean
Judith L. Reishtein
Joanne McVey
Marioly Ambrose
Sarah M. Burke
Mimi Haskins
Janice Jones
CJON 2013, 17(2), 208-210 DOI: 10.1188/13.CJON.208-210

An urgent need exists to identify innovative and evidence-based educational methods to help oncology nurses provide safe and high-quality patient care. One promising solution is the dedicated education unit (DEU) educational model, which partners nursing faculty and skilled nursing clinicians to facilitate the clinical experience of undergraduate baccalaureate nursing students. This article describes the collaborative DEU initiative developed between a university school of nursing and a tertiary cancer center to provide senior nursing students with an innovative method to develop their competencies in oncology nursing practice and care.

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