Becoming Aware of Compassionate Care through a Patient's Story: Reflections from First Year Nursing Students
Stephanie M. Jeffers, RN; Marcus Engel
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Teaching and Learning Compassionate Care through Introduction of Self-Care Practices in a School of Nursing DeGennaro, Regina M.; Zrimm, Rachael (2017-03-03)Session presented on Saturday, March 18, 2017: Healthcare professionals are challenged daily with long work hours, high work loads and increasing patient acuity. Prolonged stress can take a toll on the health of clinicians ...
Jeffers, Stephanie M.Novice nurses are faced with the reality of learning how to prioritize care for all patients, including those who are terminally ill. The purpose of this research study was to explore the experiences of novice registered ...
The Effect of an End-of-Life Communication Simulation on Nursing Students' Perceived Communication Self-Efficacy Jeffers, Stephanie M.; Ferry, DawnNurses require skill to communicate effectively with patients, families and medical professionals at the end of life. The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of an End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium (ELNEC) ...
Jeffers, Stephanie M. (2017-06-12)Purpose: The literature has shown that registered nurses continue to feel inadequately prepared to address end-of-life issues, due to a lack of education on the process of dying and how to manage patient symptoms, cultural ...
Health Perspectives and Lifestyle Issues of First-year Nursing Students: As Revealed Through a Seminar in Health Self-Management Chien, Shu Chun; Kawabe, Fusako; Saito, Shinobu; Nagata, Akiko; Maeda, Takashi; Yamamoto, Toshie; Wazumi, Yoshiko; Katagiri, Tomoko (2014-11-17)Session presented on Sunday, July 27, 2014: Purpose: The leading causes of mortality in Japan are related to lifestyle diseases. One need only consider the top three causes of death: cancer, cardiac disease, and cerebrovascular ...