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Showing PubMed Articles 1–25 of 373 from The Journal of nursing education

2020: International Year of the Nurse and Midwife.

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Observational Experiential Learning: Theoretical Support for Observer Roles in Health Care Simulation.

Confusion remains about the use of the observer role in simulation. Observational learning is an emerging form of brain-based learning that is applicable to experiential learning and simulation, warranting the further exploration of theoretical foundations. This article describes how observational experiential learning theoretically supports the use of observer roles in simulation.

Student Interpersonal Connection in Nursing Education: A Concept Analysis.

A sense of connection is central to nursing education and is associated with positive student outcomes. The aim of this concept analysis was to clarify the meaning of student interpersonal connection in nursing education.

Sensitive Versus Specific Search Strategy to Answer Clinical Questions.

Students and clinicians are challenged to locate evidence to answer clinical questions. Searching experiences include frustration with words to query databases, lack of searching skills, lack of confidence in nursing databases, and questioning how many databases to search. To implement practice change based on best available evidence, search strategies need to be efficient and effective.

Evaluation of a Wellness Clinic in Assessing Knowledge Synthesis Among Bachelor of Science in Nursing Students.

To enrich students' clinical learning experience and facilitate their ability to meet the baccalaureate outcomes, students rotate through a faculty-developed nursing wellness clinic. This unique setting was thought to promote knowledge synthesis of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) curriculum, yet it had not been formally evaluated.

Evolution of Experiential Learning Opportunities for Nursing Students After Natural Disaster.

Natural disasters, such as Hurricane Harvey, can provide unique hands-on learning experiences for nursing students.

An Academic-Fire Department Partnership to Address Social Determinants of Health.

As the link between social factors and health outcomes has been increasingly identified in nursing research, educators are called to provide clinical experiences that allow undergraduate nursing students to grapple with social complexity and barriers in the health care system. Future nurses need community-based experiences to develop care coordination and community partnering skills to lead in this area of health care transformation.

Building Capacity for Nursing and Midwifery Education Through an Asynchronous Online Course.

Global organizations urge toward transformative, lifelong learning for nurses and midwives. Throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, strengthening the quality of nursing and midwifery education is top priority. A regional partnership of World Health Organization Collaborating Centers aimed to develop a user-friendly, culturally relevant, and adaptable educational quality improvement intervention.

Student Voices During Action Research Impact Outcomes in Nursing Quality Improvement Project.

A systematic evaluation plan is required in nursing education to determine achievement of curricular initiatives and to improve program student learning outcomes. An innovative approach that included direct involvement of students was implemented in the evaluation of a quality improvement (QI) initiative aimed at enhancing student success.

Interprofessional Health Care Escape Room for Advanced Learners.

Interprofessional education is essential to ensure that health care graduates are prepared for collaborative practice. One way to prepare students for interprofessional practice is to expose them to interprofessional activities throughout their educational program.

Transitioning the Doctor of Nursing Practice Final Project Defense to Large Venue Poster Sessions.

Accelerated growth in Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) programs has mandated the need for innovative strategies for doctoral students to defend their final scholarly work while protecting the integrity and rigor of the experience.

Junior and Senior Nursing Students: A Near-Peer Simulation Experience.

Near-peer teaching is a form of peer-assisted learning with at least 1 year of difference between the groups of students.

Telephone Simulation: An Intradisciplinary Simulation for Nursing Education.

Motivating Students to Read Using Guided Notes.

Combining SOAP Notes With Guided Reflection to Address Implicit Bias in Health Care.

Death and Dying and Postmortem Care: Essential Addition to Senior Skills Day.

Diversity Matters: Why Don't We See It in the Registered Nurse Workforce?

Effects of Simulation-Based Deliberate Practice on Nursing Students' Communication, Empathy, and Self-Efficacy.

Newly graduated nurses' communication ability often does not satisfy the needs of clinical sites. New training pedagogies are needed to help nursing students improve communication skills. This study aimed to evaluate the effects of simulation-based deliberate practice on cultivating nursing students' communication, empathy, and self-efficacy.

Cognitive Rehearsal, HeartMath, and Simulation: An Intervention to Build Resilience and Address Incivility.

The detrimental impact of incivility in health care is well documented. Nursing students and new graduate nurses are particularly vulnerable to its effects. Evidence-based civility education strategies are urgently needed to address incivility, which can protect patient safety.

Empowering Students and Influencing Policy Change Through Experiential Public Health Advocacy Education.

Public health advocacy is central to the work of many health professionals, including nurses. Although deemed to be a core competency for public health practitioners, courses described in the literature often lack a focus on experiential learning, which is an essential component to acquiring public health advocacy skills.

"It Was a Different Environment": Evaluating a Cultural Exchange Program.

As nursing colleges seek to respond to the demands of the profession for nurses who are globally engaged and of the students for global health educational experiences, Riner's Globally Engaged Nursing Education framework is an effective tool for developing and evaluating an experience.

Faculty Attitudes About Caring for People Living With HIV/AIDS: A Comparative Study.

People living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV) experience stigma and discrimination. Negative attitudes of nursing faculty about caring for PLHIV can adversely affect student perceptions and their nursing care. The study purpose was to describe nursing faculty attitudes and beliefs about caring for PLHIV.

The Influence of Gamification on Decision Making in Nursing Students.

Gamification provides nursing students with a setting in which they can practice clinical reasoning and decision making in a realistic and secure way. The purpose of this study was to determine the influence of gamification on decision making in nursing students.

Partnering for a Sustainable Interprofessional Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Education Curriculum.

The World Health Organization recommends that health care educators create a collaborative and practice-ready workforce. Focused interprofessional education (IPE) promotes collaborative practice, yet few examples of how to develop sustained IPE and clinical partnerships exist. Mental health care professionals competent in their specialty and prepared for interprofessional collaboration are needed to treat complex mental health needs of patients.


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