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Medication Dosage Calculation: A Mathematical Intervention for Nursing Students
Nurse educators continue to express concern over the struggle that nursing students have with mathematical calculations necessary to compute medication dosage. This applied dissertation designed, implemented, and evaluated ...
Investigation into the Relationship Between Critical Thinking Skills and Clinical Judgment in the Nurse Practitioner Student
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. ...
Student Engagement in Nursing School: A Secondary Analysis of the National Survey of Student Engagement Data
Student engagement has received considerable attention in higher education research because of the link between increased student knowledge, greater student satisfaction with educational experience, and increased student ...
Increasing Resilience in Adolescent Nursing Students
Nursing students not only face the same developmental challenges as othercollege students, but also experience unique stressors that contribute to increased risk for negative outcomes. The intimate nature of patient care, ...
Towards an Informatics Competent Nursing Profession: Validation of the Self-assessment of Nursing Informatics Competency Scale (SANICS) Before and After Online Informatics Training
Nurses should be involved in healthcare initiatives that incorporate informatics as an essential tool for improving health outcomes (IOM, 2010). However, nurses frequently report lack of competency to perform the most basic ...
Nurse Educators’ Self-Efficacy In Addressing Demonstrated Unprofessional Student Behavior: A Phenomenological Study
Nurse educators must address demonstrated unprofessional student behaviors to graduate a self-aware novice nurse capable of effective professional communication. The study utilized a phenomenological qualitative research ...