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Poverty Simulation Changes Attitudes Toward Poverty Among Entry-Level Nursing Students
The Community Action Poverty Simulation (CAPS) was designed to engage communities in the harsh realities of poverty. Student nurses participated in CAPS, and pre- and post- surveys determined it significantly sensitized ...
A Concept Analysis of Expert Performance
The smooth transition from nursing student to novice nurse is important for nursing practice and nursing science. Simulation utilizing the expert performance approach can provide a catalyst for quick transition from graduate ...
Nursing Students and Faculty Perceptions of Incivility in an Urban Jamaican University
Participants can expect to explore the riveting concept of incivility in the Jamaican nursing education setting. This work will provide an insightful peek into the perspective of a sample of students and faculty on this ...
The Lived Experiences of Nursing Students in Performing Case Scenario Analysis
The experiences of nursing students in the teaching learning process utilizing case scenario analysis was explored in this study. Three groups of nursing students were grouped to determine their experiences in this learning ...
Integrating Chinese Medicine Into the Realm of General Nursing Education
The aim of this study is to examine the intervention of an enhanced education model in an integrative care setting for its effect on the competency performance and therapeutic communication skills of students, and on their ...
Nursing Students' Perceptions and Beliefs About Immunizations
Immunizations have changed the face of health care, yet vaccine hesitancy is rising. Nurses have great influence over vaccine decisions. Nursing students' perceptions and beliefs about immunizations and the diseases they ...
A Qualitative Inquiry Into Travel Study Abroad: Experiences of Baccalaureate Nursing Students
This research explored nursing students' perceptions of cultural awareness following short-term study abroad. A qualitative descriptive design integrated three data sources; purposive sampling identified participants. ...
Learning to be a Professional Nurse: Easier Said Than Done: A Principle-Based Concept Analysis
The concept of professionalism has been examined, defined, studied, and explored in many disciplines. Yet, its clear definition remains elusive, difficult to describe, and almost impossible to teach. The purpose of this ...
Enlisting Student Nurses in a Lebanese National Campaign to Immunize Children Against Polio
There is great value in having nursing students engage in public health projects. One such endeavor was a polio immunization campaign in Lebanon. Reports of polio in neighboring Syria necessitated immunization of Lebanese ...
Utilizing Concept Maps and Clinical Conferences to Assess Clinical Judgement in Pre-Licensure Nursing Students
This presentation will discuss the use of concept mapping to assess the clinical judgement of pre-licensure nursing students. The benefits and limitations for the students and the clinical faculty will be discussed.