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With the publication of Healthy People 2020, health disparities have been redefined to expand concepts beyond traditional racial and ethnic minorities and include a broader range of populations. Veterans, with their unique experiences and values, comprise a distinct culture with health...
With an increasingly global world and the migration of diverse populations, nurse faculty have opportunities to learn and share varied perspectives through involvement internationally in research, teaching, and practice. The National League for Nursing (NLN) joins with the World Health...
As concept-based nursing education gains popularity, there is little literature on how to sustain quality after initiation of the curriculum. Critical appraisal of concepts in a university program revealed varying definitions, attributes, and exemplars resulting in student confusion....
Few instruments are available to evaluate fundamental forensic nursing science practice. A cognitive exam to assess knowledge and a practical competency rubric to assess skill proficiency were developed and examined for validity and reliability. Content validity of the cognitive exam...
Student self-efficacy of learning after using illness scripts is described as an innovative strategy to teach clinical reasoning in an online pathophysiology and pharmacology course for RN to BSN students. Using illness scripts, students cluster relevant clinical features together to...
A retrospective, longitudinal pilot analysis was conducted on nursing student evaluation data collected from sequential high-fidelity simulation experiences in an associate degree nursing program. The Sweeney-Clark Simulation Performance Rubric was used to measure students' performance....
This article describes the collaborative development of an online orientation for students entering a doctoral nursing education program. Faculty and staff from the school of nursing, university library, and other academic support services worked together to design the orientation...
The notion of an online course implies that students and teachers are separate and that there is a feeling of remoteness. Isolation and lack of perceived community have been noted as influences on retention in courses and ultimately on student success. Postgraduate nursing students more...
Given the recent calls for transformation of nursing education, it is critical that faculty be reflective educators. Reflective teaching practice is a process of self-examination and self-evaluation to gain insight into teaching to improve the teaching-learning experience. Limited...
Outcome assessment has become standard in institutions of higher learning and is a requirement of State Boards of Nursing and major accrediting bodies, including all accrediting agencies for programs in nursing. Appropriate identification of student learning outcomes and program...
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