It's good to be blue: Nursing study abroad Blue Zone experiences in Italy and Greece
Jessica L. Naber, PhD, MSN, RN, School of Nursing, Murray State University, Murray, Kentucky, USA
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Blue Zones are areas of the world where people live measurably longer, happier lives with lower rates of chronic disease and higher quality of life than they do in the US. There are five identified Blue Zones, with nine common characteristics, including elements such as diet, exercise, relationships, and spirituality.
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It's good to be blue: A nursing study abroad Blue Zone experience in Sardinia, Italy Naber, Jessica L. (2018-03-29)Have you been curious about National Geographic's Blue Zones, five areas across the world where people live much longer than the US? Seventeen nursing students and their professor traveled to Sardinia, Italy, the zone with ...
An analysis of peer teaching between adult health and nursing assessment students Hancock, Kayla E.; Naber, Jessica L.; Cross, Summer; Mailow, Tonia L. (2016-03-29)Session presented on Saturday, April 9, 2016: Peer-teaching is an educational strategy that has recently been incorporated into a local School of Nursing curriculum. The Adult Health II nursing students taught basic ...
Associate degree nursing students' thoughts, feelings, and experiences of short study abroad in a low-income country Foronda, Cynthia L.Associate Degree Nursing students are rarely offered opportunities to study abroad. Educational research about nursing students studying abroad is limited but suggests positive outcomes. Prior research has focused on ...
A narrative thematic analysis of baccalaureate nursing students' nurse-patient clinical reflections Naber, Jessica L.; Hall, Joanne; Schadler, Craig (2013-10-22)Session presented on: Wednesday, July 24, 2013: Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify characteristics of critical thinking in nursing students' reflective writing assignments, which were guided by Richard ...
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