• Early Evidence-Based Practice (EBP): Florence Nightingale and the Pavilion-Style Hospital 

      Campbell, William T. (2017-10-09)
      While many nurses see EBP as a new approach to improve patient outcomes utilizing systematic research, one example of this method of research and application was first presented by Florence Nightingale in the 1850's and ...
    • Nursing History: An Honors Elective Nursing Course 

      Campbell, William T. (2017-10-10)
      Due to increasing theory content and skills and limited time many nursing programs are decreasing or eliminating nursing history from their curriculum. However the study of nursing history is important to the profession ...
    • Nursing Simulation: It's Not Just for Skills Anymore 

      Campbell, William T. (2016-03-21)
      Session presented on Monday, November 9, 2015 and Tuesday, November 10, 2015: Ever since Mrs. Chase in 1911 nursing education has utilized the mannequin for skills. The earliest mannequins in nursing were used for transfers, ...
    • A Simulation: Post-Op Care for a Pediatric Patient With Hidden Evidence of Abuse 

      Campbell, William T.
      A high-fidelity simulation case of a 6 year old patient requiring post-op care for an ORIF and a new cast with medications. There is hidden evidence of child abuse waiting to be discovered by the pediatric nursing students ...
    • A Study in Leadership: Clara Barton, Before the American Red Cross 

      Campbell, William T.
      Clara Barton is well known as the founder and President of the American Red Cross. However before that she held a Federal Government position previously reserved for men, served as a volunteer Civil War hospital and ...
    • Wartime Nurse Heroes Recognition 

      Campbell, William T.; Hayes, Evelyn R.; D'Antonio, Patricia; Lippman, Doris T. (2016-03-21)
      Session presented on Tuesday, November 10, 2015: Over the centuries nations have engaged in conflicts that have often resulted in massive physical and emotional injuries. Warriors have fought with bravery and courage. Their ...

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