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The Empathy Enigma: Does It Still Exist? Comparison of Nursing Student Self-Reported Empathy with Standardized Actor and Student Peer Evaluation of Student Empathy
Session presented on Sunday, November 8, 2015: Purpose: Nursing students learn that empathy should be at the heart of all nurse-patient encounters. Research outcomes have demonstrated that empathy declines among nursing ...
Attitudes toward Plagiarism in Online RN to BSN Students
Session presented on Sunday, November 8, 2015: Purpose: Plagiarism, an increasingly common occurrence in diverse academic settings, violates codes of honor, obstructs intellectual honesty, impedes students' academic success, ...
Preparing Baccalaureate Nursing Students to Respond to Bullying Behaviours in the Clinical Setting
Participants will learn about a strategy that was taught to baccalaureate nursing students to better prepare them to respond to bullying in the clinical setting.
Nursing Students' Views Regarding Their First Clinical Placement
Being aware of what students experience during their first clinical practice will help both instructors and nurses to prepare learning settings where students can have more positive experiences.
Chain of Command: Teaching the Next Generation How to Deal With Disruptive Behavior
This project examined senior nursing students' skills, perceptions, and emotions in witnessing and participating in a disruptive behavior simulation. The effectiveness of just in time training was evaluated. Study results ...
The Impact of Collaborative Testing on Content Retention in Baccalaureate Nursing Students
Collaborative testing could revolutionize nursing education by promoting genuine learning in nursing students, and foster characteristics of an effective nurse, such as communication, teamwork, and critical thinking. This ...
Undergraduate Nursing Students’ Experiences with Horizontal Violence
Horizontal violence, or bullying, among nurses has been a common phenomena in nursing. This violence is often referred to as, 'nurses eating their young.' In this research, the experiences of horizontal violence during ...
Integrating a Haiti Service Learning Component Into a Nursing School Curriculum
The purpose of this presentation was to share the experience of a Sigma Theta Tau International member integrating a Haiti service learning component into a nursing school curriculum.
Effects of Aromatherapy on Stress Levels in BSN Students: A Pilot Study
Aromatherapy may have positive effects of increased attention, performance and mental acuity through stimulating the conscious mind. Stress is a common psychological factor affecting physiological factors in nursing students. ...
Moving Disaster Education From the Classroom to the Community
Although active in the promotion of health and wellness in a variety of settings, nurses may offer limited support in disaster preparedness. Few examples exist demonstrating these activities within local communities. This ...