The Art in Dying: Educating Associate Degree Nursing Students About Death and the Dying Process Through the Power of Art
Teaching and Learning in Nursing
death, dying, art
Education | Higher Education | Medical Education | Nursing | Other Nursing
Associate degree nursing programs frequently encompass death and dying in their curricula; however, educating nursing students on this sensitive topic can prove to be a challenge. Nurse educators can be instrumental in facilitating an insightful perspective among nursing students by incorporating a creative approach, utilizing active learning methodologies regarding death and the dying process.
Rose, Stacy; Morris, Lora J.; and Courey, Tamra (2008). The Art in Dying: Educating Associate Degree Nursing Students About Death and the Dying Process Through the Power of Art. Teaching and Learning in Nursing 3(1), 26-29. doi: 10.1016/J.TELN.2007.07.014 Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/nurspubs/127