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  • A critical element of preparing competent nursing students, not mentioned in "Crisis in Competency: A Defining Moment in Nursing Education", is the need to eliminate barriers to recruiting and retaining nurse educators still engaging in clinical practice.

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25. Nurse Safety: Have We Addressed the Risks?

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Dr. Sedlak is a graduate of St. Alexis Hospital School of Nursing in Cleveland, Ohio. She received her BSN, MSN, and PhD from Kent State University. She is an Associate Professor at Kent State University, College of Nursing and Associate Editor of OJIN. She is certified in orthopaedic nursing and serves on the Editorial Board of Orthopaedic Nursing, the journal for the National Association of Orthopaedic Nurses. She is the author of numerous papers on various topics of orthopaedic nursing and on nursing education including critical thinking. The focus of her nursing research is women’s health, specifically osteoporosis prevention. She recently completed a three year study funded by the National Institute of Nursing Research on DXA Health Beliefs and Osteoporosis Prevention in Postmenopausal Women.

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