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Title Open the door : get 'em a locker : educating nursing students with disabilities / Bronwynne C. Evans, Beth Marks [producers and directors].
Imprint [Tempe, AZ] : Arizona State University ; Chicago : University of Illinois at Chicago, [2009]
©2009

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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  RT73.5 .O64 2009    AVAILABLE  LOCAL CIRC ONLY
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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  RT73.5 .O64 2009    AVAILABLE  LOCAL CIRC ONLY
Subject Nursing schools -- United States.
Nursing students -- United States.
College students with disabilities -- United States.
People with disabilities -- Education (Higher) -- United States.
Alt Name Christensen, Victoria.
Evans, Bronwynne C.
Marks, Beth.
Arizona State University. College of Nursing & Healthcare Innovation.
University of Illinois at Chicago. College of Nursing.
University of Illinois at Chicago. Department of Disability and Human Development.
Add Title Get 'em a locker
Educating nursing students with disabilities
Description 1 videodisc (23 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
polychrome rdacc
System Details DVD.
Note Title from disc label.
Credits Bronwynne C. Evans and Beth Marks, co-producers and directors ; Paul Donahue, camera ; Salome Chasnoff, post-production director ; Yao Lou and Jerzy Rose, editors ; Jerzy Rose, music ; Jerzy Rose and Madsen Minax, captioning ; Jasmina Sisirak, Beth Marks and Erika Magallanes, graphic design.
Performer Victoria Christensen.
Summary A documentary film chronicling the experience of a nursing student who entered a baccalaureate program using a wheelchair. The film provides a forum for the voices of nursing students, faculty, administrators, and agency nursing staff to discuss triumphs and trials encountered during this experience. It is a real life example of the exploration of roles and responsibilities in nursing education, experiential learning, shifting perspectives, and being a part of old ways turning into new ways in the world of nursing.
OCLC # 496026906


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