Dean Mary Ellen Smith Glasgow's Book on Legal and Ethical Issues in Nursing Education Published
Dean Mary Ellen Smith Glasgow has co-written the recently published Legal and Ethical Issues in Nursing Education: An Essential Guide.
The text looks at a variety of legal and ethical matters that nursing faculty face in classroom and clinical settings, and it helps to provide a legal and ethical framework for making decisions about academic issues.
The book was co-written with a former nursing dean, an ethicist and a higher education attorney. You can learn more from the publisher's website.
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