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Resilience among nursing students in clinical placement
Purpose: To understand the mechanism of coping with resilience and its implications for the well-being of nursing students in the context of clinical placement. Design and Methods: Twenty-nine final year baccalaureate ...
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.
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.
Preparing Nursing Students for Interprofessional Collaboration Through High-Fidelity Simulation
Interprofessional education (IPE) and high-fidelity simulation (HF-Sim) are innovative educational solutions impacting student learning. There is a need to explore IPE and HF-Sim for optimizing patient outcomes and ...
Negative Attitude and Anxiety Toward Aging in Students From a Nursing School in Saltillo, Mexico
To identify negative attitudes and anxiety levels towards aging and their relationship with socio-demographic variables and co-existence with the elderly, this, for the increment on the geriatric population.
Collaborative Service Learning Project to Bring Theory into Practice in Cap Haitian, Haiti
Session presented on Saturday, November 7, 2015 and Sunday, November 8, 2015: This presentation is based partly on an elective course taken at York College in the Department of Nursing during the summer of 2014. This course ...
PACE Brain Boosters Program to Promote College Success Through Stress Reduction in Nursing Students
In 2016, a randomized-control pilot was conducted to assess the effectiveness of using the PACE Brain Gym Program to enhance learning and decrease anxiety through the use of physical activities over six weeks. Participants ...
Engaging Nursing Students in Health Promotion Research and Practice
Session presented on Monday, November 9, 2015: Purpose: The purpose of this presentation is to highlight nursing student engagement in a nursing faculty member's program of research. This program of research investigated ...
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 ...
Identifying Academic Risk Factors of BSN Students Using the College Persistence Questionnaire to Better Understand Student Attrition
Session presented on Monday, November 9, 2015: Due to the academic difficulty of baccalaureate nursing programs, attrition and individual success of students passing the NCLEX-RN Licensure exam is of great concern. The ...