Despite the ever-changing complexity of health care delivery, nursing education must continue the commitment to the provision of holistic care, supported by critical reflection. The Ignatian Pedagogy Model presented in this article, a teaching-learning strategy, asks critical reflective questions that focus on context, experience, action, and evaluation that support the nursing tradition of a holistic focus. This article provides explanation and application exemplars of this Ignatian Pedagogy Model in addition to descriptive survey results pertaining to use of this strategy.
Pennington, Karen; Crewell, Judy; Snedden, Traci; Mulhall, Margaret; and Ellison, Nicole
"Ignatian Pedagogy: Transforming Nursing Education,"
Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal: Vol. 2
, Article 6.
Available at: http://epublications.regis.edu/jhe/vol2/iss1/6