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    Community engagement is an emerging form of pedagogy in nursing education that requires students and faculty to go beyond the traditional classroom setting to generate meaningful community-based experiences. Service-learning and volunteering are strategies nurse educators use for community service work. There is a gap in specific guidance for the faculty role in facilitating community-engaged volunteer service. A case study describes collaboration between two faculty members and a community RN to develop volunteer service weekend trips requested by undergraduate nursing students. They shared responsibilities for planning and offering the trips through a co-facilitator role based on community engagement principles. The trip facilitators' collaboration resulted in a positive and productive community volunteer service experience for undergraduate nursing students. The community-engaged pedagogy provided a framework for building capacity between an academic and a community organization for student volunteer service. [J Nurs Educ. 2020;59(3):166-168.]. Copyright 2020, SLACK Incorporated.


    Janet H Davis, Cindy Robbins, David Maurer. Facilitating Volunteer Community Engagement Service. The Journal of nursing education. 2020 Mar 01;59(3):166-168

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    PMID: 32130420

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