Bringing the Theory of Leadership and Research into Practice
Shannon Lanctot-Shah, RN; Susan P. Hackett, RN
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Lanctot-Shah, Shannon; Hackett, Susan P.This innovative project supports novice nursing students through to newly graduated registered nurses. Key skill development include self-efficacy, leadership, professional development, interprofessional practice and ...
Do Graduate Nursing Students Have a Change in Perspective Regarding Nursing Care after Taking a Nursing Theory Course? Byers, Beverly K.; Sayari, Susan (2016-03-17)Session presented on Sunday, July 26, 2015: Purpose: The aim of the study is to understand graduate nurses' perception of the utilization of nursing theory in their practice, both before and after taking a graduate class ...
A leader's challenge: Using e-learning/flipped classroom instructional techniques to build graduate nursing student leadership skills Hultquist, Teresa L. Barry; Ernesti, Deanne; Kotcherlakota, Suhasini P.; Waters, Susan (2016-03-21)Session presented on Monday, November 9, 2015: Background: Healthcare organizations need employees with leadership skills who can successfully navigate politically delicate situations, determine alternatives, prioritize ...
Nurse educators' perceptions about the culture of nursing and how they bring students into that culture: A focused ethnography Strouse, Susan M.Purpose: The purpose of this study was to discover nurse educators’ perceptions about the culture of nursing and how they bring students into that culture. Background: Although the extant literature addresses the ...
A Baccalaureate Community Health Nursing Course Grounded in Nightingale’s Environmental Action Theory of Nursing Practice Calhoun, Susan (2018-03-14)Nightingale’s theory, with its emphasis on the environmental effects on health, could guide CHN. The researcher developed, implemented, and analyzed a CHN course grounded on Nightingale. The research subjects’ positive ...