Mentoring as it relates to persistence in associate degree and baccalaureate degree nursing students
Caroline M. Peltz, PhD, MSN, MSHSA, BSN, RN, CNE; Delbert M. Raymond III, PhD
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Researchers in nursing education have the opportunity to build mentoring programs based on evidence of how nursing students perceive and experience mentoring and persistence. The more evidence-based strategies used to enhance nursing education, the better the outcome will be to improve the preparation nurses receive to serve the public.
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Peltz, Caroline M.; Raymond, Delbert Martin III; Raymond, Martin A.Mentoring has been identified as a key program support to facilitate student success. An ongoing limitation of the mentoring research in nursing education is how mentoring is defined and conceptualized. The aim of this ...
Peltz, Caroline M. (2016-03-17)Session presented on Saturday, July 25, 2015: Students who are preparing to become registered nurses are more likely to attend community colleges due to the unequal distribution of financial resources to educational systems ...
Peltz, Caroline M.Students who are preparing to become registered nurses are more likely to attend community colleges due to the unequal distribution of financial resources to educational systems that have evolved from the impact of ...
Evidence-based practice knowledge and beliefs among associate degree nursing students: A national, multisite study Wonder, Amy Hagedorn; Spurlock, Darrell R. Jr. (2018-03-29)Although emphasis is placed on preparing baccalaureate nursing students for EBP, associate degree nurses often work in similar, generalist roles. This presentation, reporting on a multi-site study of associate degree nursing ...
A global healthcare exchange: Building relationships to advance nursing excellence in education and practice Peltz, Caroline M.; Schultz, Alyce A.; Tanicala, Martha L. (2017-10-16)Authentic leadership skills were instrumental in building a relationship between a nursing program in an under resourced country, a Midwest university, and a global health business. Opportunities for faculty and students ...