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This article describes an interactive teaching-learning strategy titled “Don’t Be a Serial Citer. Synthesize!” The strategy is used during an onsite, face-to-face orientation to help new graduate nursing students overcome the tendency to be “serial citers.” Although the primary purpose...
In order to graduate diverse groups of students who more accurately mirror the US population, schools of nursing must take steps to promote the success of ethnic minorities, men, and those with limited English proficiency. Accordingly, a large urban school of nursing piloted a series of...
This review of studies conducted since the 2011 publication of the Institute of Medicine (IOM) report “The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health” evaluates the current state of evidence showing an association between an increased ratio of BSN-prepared nursing staff...
Virtual reality (VR) could enable clinical simulation centers to reach the teaching capacity of traditional hospital practica. This study quantitatively tests VR telepresence against two traditional simulation learning methods using a within-subject design and the Presence...
Given the complex needs of the aging population, nurse educators must prepare future registered nurses to help older adults remain safe and healthy in their homes. This article describes partnerships between a school of nursing and low-income senior housing providers to develop new...
Traditional patient care clinical experiences present numerous challenges to faculty in prelicensure nursing education. This article presents an adapted nontraditional clinical activity for use in patient care clinical experiences. The Two-Minute Assessment With Debriefing incorporates...
The aim of the study was to evaluate effectiveness of transition to practice programs (TPPs) on self-assessment of quality and safety competency development in newly licensed registered nurses (NLRNs).
TPPs are innovative strategies to promote quality and safety...
Limited clinical sites and faculty to teach graduate students to be undergraduate clinical faculty have led to the exploration of innovative teaching strategies. This article describes and evaluates a simulation experience to supplement didactic learning about best clinical teaching...
Teaching nursing students to use clinical judgment is integral to successful student outcomes. Conceptual learning is at the forefront of nursing education to help students transfer didactic learning to clinical settings where clinical judgment is practiced. This article proposes the...
The purpose of this education innovation was to facilitate office hour (OH) instruction for student nurse athletes due to training schedules and off-campus travel. Effective integration of technology, learning theory, and multimedia resources provide strategies to enhance student...
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