Reducing the Negative Impact of Social Distancing Through Intentional Connectedness
Social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in both positive and negative effects. Nursing education was significantly impacted by the necessity of remote learning and absence of clinical experiences. The purpose of this article is to discuss how intentionality in social connectedness can combat the negative impact of social distancing in nursing education. Lessons learned and strategies employed by nursing educators during the intentional application of social connectedness are presented.
Akers, Shanna and Joseph, Rachel, "Reducing the Negative Impact of Social Distancing Through Intentional Connectedness" (2021). Faculty Publications and Presentations. 39.