How to use emerging technology to predict success in undergraduate nursing programs
Amanda L. Veesart, PhD, RN, CNE - School of Nursing, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, TX, USA; Kathryn Sridaromont, PhD, RN - Traditional BSN Program, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, TX, USA; Sharon Cannon, EdD, RN, ANEF - School of Nursing, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Odessa, TX, USA
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Emerging technology has the power to impact institutions of higher education using predictive analytics. It is critical that nursing programs admit students with the highest probability of success. This study identified relationships between independent variables related to pre-nursing requirements and the dependent variable of successful completion of the nursing program.
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Veesart, Amanda L.; Cannon, Sharon B.; Sridaromont, Kathryn; Sikes, Deborah L.; Kilcrease, Dakota W.A predictive analytics task force identified patterns and variables influencing the selection of a diverse group of competent students with the ability to not only graduate, but also to be licensed and have a smooth ...
Boswell, Carol; Long, JoAnn D.; Ashcraft, Alyce S.; Cannon, Sharon B.; DiVito-Thomas, Pamela; Delaney, Terry M.This project investigated the impact of self-efficacy on EBP knowledge and utilization by registered nurses. The presentation will present the results from the study completed.
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Veesart, Amanda L.; Hammersla, Margaret B.; Buchanan, Holly A. (2016-09-26)Session presented on Tuesday, September 20, 2016: Despite the rise in the number of entry-level baccalaureate programs, the increase is not sufficient to meet the projected nursing practice demands (AACN, 2015). The aging ...
Veesart, Amanda L.; Harrison, LaNellUsing best practices such as community involvement, varied meeting opportunities, and financial support,one chapter will present their journey on how to increase engagement and recruitment.