Using multiple data sources for curriculum revision

Arlene M Sperhac, Laura D Goodwin
Journal of Pediatric Health Care 2003, 17 (4): 169-75
Traditionally, curriculum revisions have been made based primarily on guidelines and standards set forth by professional organizations that identify a core of knowledge that pediatric nurse practitioners (PNPs) must know regardless of their practice setting. However, the number and complexity of pediatric health conditions managed by PNPs have expanded beyond this core knowledge. To meet the PNP's changing role and employment needs, curriculum revisions based on the information gathered from surveys of alumni, employers, and a national survey of PNP graduates, as well as on traditional standards and guidelines, were made.

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