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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.
Undergraduate Nursing Autopsy Perceptions: A Qualitative Study
This qualitative research study was recently conducted at a Midwestern university in the United States to gain knowledge of student perceptions regarding autopsy viewing. Little research has been performed regarding student ...
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.
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 ...
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.
Mentoring as It Relates to Persistence in Associate Degree and Baccalaureate Degree Nursing Students
Researchers in nursing education have the opportunity to build mentoring programs based on evidence of how nursing students perceive and experience mentoring and persistence. The more evidence-based strategies used to ...
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 ...
Curriculum Development and Service Learning to Bring Theory into Practice
Session presented on Monday, November 9, 2015 and Tuesday, November 10, 2015: An elective course was developed incorporating the Student Learning Outcomes; which included the need to advocate for health policies that address ...
Examining Attitudes and Beliefs About Obesity in Baccalaureate Undergraduate Nursing Students
This activity will provide an understanding of the negative attitudes and erroneous beliefs regarding the obese individual in undergraduate nursing students and how these attitudes and beliefs may affect nursing care. This ...
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 ...