A Crosswalk between the Omaha System and Guiding Undergraduate Public Health Nursing Education Documents
The Omaha System is the hallmark evidence‐based clinical information management system used in nursing education, research, and practice. Multiple education documents guide public health workforce preparation. This qualitative study identified similarities and gaps between the Omaha System and seven guiding documents commonly used by nurse educators. A crosswalk design was employed. The setting was virtually based using online technology. Recommendations are for public health nurse educators to update their teaching practices using evidence‐based approaches.
Stalter, A. M.,
Eardley, D. L.,
DeBlieck, C. J.,
Blanchette, L. P.,
& Whitten, L.
(2019). A Crosswalk between the Omaha System and Guiding Undergraduate Public Health Nursing Education Documents. Public Health Nursing, 36 (2), 215-225.