Advancing Students' Educational Experiences With Interdisciplinary Service-Based Learning: Impacting Special Needs Community
Stephanie Herrick Kays, MEd, MSN, FNP-C; Pamela J. Love, PhD -- College of Nursing and Healthcare Professions, Grand Canyon University, Phoenix, Arizona, USA
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Kays, Stephanie HerrickTo educate nurse educators on interdisciplinary service-based learning to meet the needs of both the community and the students. This abstract will showcase an event that was conducted in Phoenix, Arizona that provided ...
Kays, Stephanie Herrick; Love, Pamela J.Does utilization of a NLN online simulation course elicit change in family nurse practitioner faculty instructional techniques? This poster presentation will provide insights based on on-going doctoral research on effective ...
Garrett-Wright, Dawn; Main, Eve (2012-01-04)(41st Biennial Convention) Nursing faculty and students from Western Kentucky University have been participating in an interdisciplinary service learning project in Gales Point, Belize. The purpose of the current study ...
Enhancing Cultural Competence and Global Awareness for Baccalaureate Nursing Students: An Interdisciplinary Service learning Approach to Safe Water in a Developing Country Simpson, Vicki L.; Richards, Elizabeth A. (2016-03-17)Session presented on Sunday, July 26, 2015: Introduction: In recent years there have been multiple calls to action for nursing students to gain a global health perspective in an effort to increase cultural competence (Riner, ...
Early sepsis identification in the elderly: Examining years of nursing experience and staff education Nieves, Aldrin U.; Love, Pamela J.The purpose of this study was to determine whether the years of nursing experience of inpatient registered nurses’ was associated with higher levels of sepsis screening accuracy for hospitalized elderly patients after an ...