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Effective Cultural Competence Training Programs for Korean Public Health Workers: A Delphi Study
This study identified effective e-learning strategies and training contents using the Delphi technique in order to develop a cultural competence training program for Korean public health workers.
RN-to-BSN Education, Global and Population Health Project: Think Global, Act Local
US RN to BSN programs are required achieve ACCN The Essentials of Baccalaureate Education for Professional Nursing Practice, to achieve Essential VII: Clinical Prevention and Population Health a Community Health and ...
Academic Preparation of Global Health Leaders
The preparation for nurses as global leaders begins in the basic academic program, however the amount and emphasis on this important topic varies greatly. A descriptive study was undertaken to discern knowledge of nursing ...
Education Through Virtual Methodologies: An Innovative Way to Increase Staff Compliance and Engagement
This Performance Improvement Project shows how the use of virtual methodologies such as a monthly education page increase staff engagement and compliance in completing required education topics. The problem was first ...
Assessing the Impact of an RMN Supporting Healthcare Professionals in Dementia Care in Acute Settings
The focus of this research is the use of expertise in Dementia Care. This work looks particularly at a Quality Improvement role to improve innovations, support staff and develop education.
"Understanding Why They Do What They Do": Boosting Students' Empathic Accuracy on Caregiver Health-Risk Behaviours
An one-arm pilot study on nursing student and caregiver perceptions of a promising empathy-related video-feedback intervention and its impact on student empathic accuracy on caregivers' unhealthy behaviours.
Healthcare Simulation as a Global Nursing Education Strategy
Healthcare Simulation is a growing global educational tool. This session will provide learners an overview of experiential learning theory, the phases of a simulation experience and examples of the use healthcare simulation ...
Millennial's Perspective of Clickers as an Active Strategy in Nursing Education
Clicker technology involves the process of active learning through peer discussion and clarification of classroom material without fear of consequences. Students felt that the use of clickers helped them to develop a better ...
Interprofessional Education and Research in a Collaborative Simulation Center
Session presented on Saturday, November 7, 2015: Since 1972 the Institute of Medicine (IOM) has addressed the importance of educating healthcare students together to purposely prepare them for collaborative professional ...
Evaluation of an Athletics Model to Develop Values for Professional Practice
Session presented on Tuesday, November 10, 2015: Purpose: The American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) has identified values and ethics as a competency for interprofessional collaborative practice and the education ...