Engagement of Clinical Teaching Faculty in Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: What Really Occurred
Karen Gorton, RN, ATC
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Gorton, Karen L.; Clevenger, Kay; Ali, Omar (2016-04-01)Session presented on Saturday, April 9, 2016: The 2010 Institute of Medicine report, The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health, calls for health organizations, including nursing organizations and nursing ...
Gorton, Karen L. (2017-10-10)Nurse educators can use several strategies to address the perceived versus actual gap between on-campus learning lab and off-campus clinical practice. This presentation will provide Nursing educators with actual strategies ...
Investigation into the relationship between critical thinking skills and clinical judgment in the nurse practitioner student Gorton, Karen L. (2018-03-23)The purpose of this study was to determine if there was a relationship between critical thinking (CT) skills and clinical judgment in nurse practitioner (NP) students enrolled in an advanced practice educational program. ...
Weigel, Joanie; Roth, Kathy Jean; Vollrath, Kara C.; Hair, Margie J. (2017-09-28)Students are sheltered from a professional nurse workload, and are unprepared for the transition into the workforce. Baccalaureate students participated in a real world multiple patient simulation. Students overwhelmingly ...
Accentuating the “I’s” and eliminating the “D’s”: Inducements and discouragements for students transitioning from associate degree to baccalaureate degree nursing programs: A national review Gorton, Karen L.; LaSala, Kathleen B. (2016-04-14)To improve the health-care system, we must address the current shortage of highly qualified nurses; to address this shortage of highly qualified nurses, we must elevate more nurses to the baccalaureate level of education ...