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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 ...
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.
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 ...
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 ...
Nurse Educators' Experiences of Incivility Among Nursing Students in Calabar, Nigeria
Academic incivility interferes with teaching-learning process, academic staff and students' relationship, and the nursing students' ability to become empathetic nurses. Therefore, the need to explore nurse educators' ...
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 ...
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.
Level of Self-Esteem and Contributive Factors in Japanese Undergraduate Nursing Students
This study investigated the level of self-esteem in Japanese undergraduate nursing students and to examine the potential variables that might contribute to promote healthy self-esteem for the students.
The Meaning of "Human Caring" From Nursing Students' Perspectives After the First Clinical Practice
This study explored the meaning of "human caring" from nursing students` perspectives after their first clinical practice as well as examine differences before and after changing educational objectives of the practice.
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 ...