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Innovation in Doctoral Nursing Education: One University's Response to the IOM Recommendation
The 2010 IOM report called for doubling the number of U.S. doctorally-prepared nurses by 2020. One university answered the call by examining existing barriers and creating an innovative doctoral education program. Participants ...
The Knowledge, Behaviors, and Attitudes of Beginning Baccalaureate Nursing Students Using Health Literacy Strategies
This was a mixed study that looked at the knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors of beginning nursing students towards patients with low heath literacy before and after a teaching intervention on basic health literacy strategies. ...
Development of Students' Beliefs About Caring in Nursing
This descriptive longitudinal study describes how BSN students develop beliefs about caring in nursing across the academic program. Findings will provide faculty with insights about effective ways to teach caring science.
Leadership by Design
Session presented on:Monday, November 18, 2013: This symposium will provide a comprehensive overview of the paradigm shift of the leadership structure at a school of nursing from a traditional bureaucratic leadership model ...
An Innovative Approach to Mentoring Newly Hired Nurse Educators
Session presented on Saturday, November 7, 2015 and Sunday, November 8, 2015: Introduction: Newly hired nurse educators face multiple challenges in today's rapidly changing academic environment. Transitioning from clinical ...
Making It Work: Information Technology and Mobile Devices in Nursing Education
Session presented on Monday, November 9, 2015 and Tuesday, November 10, 2015: Information technology (IT) and mobile devices have become a part of most everyone's daily lives both personally and professionally. IT and ...
Heart Checks: Preventing Cardiovascular Disease in Young Adults
Heart Checks are brief cardiovascular screenings that combine targeted biometric screenings with cardiovascular risk reduction counseling. The planning, execution, and evaluation processes necessary for large scale ...
An Evidence-Based Cognitive Approach for Teaching Nursing Clinical Judgment Skills to Entry-Level Practitioners
A speaker from the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) will review a nursing clinical judgment model developed by the organization. To illustrate the clinical judgment model and its didactic applications, ...
Nursing History: An Honors Elective Nursing Course
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 ...
The Effect of Improving Nurses' Skill of Port-A-Care
Review of charts was adopted to explore the patient's characteristics and related factors of the port-a adverse events. Then literature review and three checklists suggested by experts were built and used to examine nurse's ...