The current focus on the need to improve academic-service partnerships in nursing is diagnostic of the fact that successful relationships are the exception rather than the rule.1Calls from national nursing associations, including the National League for Nursing,2the American Nurses Association,3and the American Organization of Nurse Executives,4to transform nursing education all conclude that success depends on effective partnerships between nursing education and practice. The whole basis for development of the role of the clinical nurse leader (CNL) was predicated on the need for growing a partnership model between schools of nursing and clinical facilities.5. © 2010 Mosby, Inc. All rights reserved.
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