This chapter considers the implications of the research and development findings for nurse education. It discusses the implications for the health service. The chapter identifies future directions for research. It shows that a specific education had an effect; there is a need to consider the implications for the future design of nurse education. The chapter also shows that the aims of nurse education ought to be concerned with enabling nurses to offer something different clinically, as well as knowing something different; there is a need to consider what educational experiences need to be provided in order to achieve these aims, and how learning is best organized. The chapter suggests that in order to achieve the desired outcome of education, teachers need to negotiate protected clinical practice and need to possess clinical skills, as well as an ability to facilitate their students' study of knowledge in clinical environments, within a relationship that is free of defensiveness.