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(Journal of Nursing Education[TA])
4,417 results
  • Promoting Faculty Scholarship: A Clinical Faculty Scholars Program. [Journal Article]
  • JNJ Nurs Educ 2018 Feb 01; 57(2):121-125
  • Minnick A, Kleinpell R, Norman LD
  • CONCLUSIONS: The program has successfully increased the level of scholarship among clinical teaching faculty and contributed to the faculty's professional satisfaction. Faculty have increased experience and ability to conduct clinical quality improvement. Experience supports targeted, substantial support for projects, rather than a general average faculty allocation strategy to promote scholarship. [J Nurs Educ. 2018;57(2):121-125.].
  • Techniques to Promote Reflective Practice and Empowered Learning. [Journal Article]
  • JNJ Nurs Educ 2018 Feb 01; 57(2):115-120
  • Nguyen-Truong CKY, Davis A, … Dekker L
  • CONCLUSIONS: Nursing school curricula can promote a milieu for developing organizational skills to manage simultaneous priorities, practice reflectively, and develop empathy and the authenticity that effective nursing requires. [J Nurs Educ. 2018;57(2):115-120.].
  • Catalyst for Growth: The Implications of Co-Curricular Experiences for Nursing Education. [Journal Article]
  • JNJ Nurs Educ 2018 Feb 01; 57(2):110-114
  • Davis JN, Sullivan K, Guzman A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Co-curricular retreat exercises led to new insights among student and nurse educator participants, which stimulated ongoing education. Exploration of personal identities is a beginning step toward cultural competence-an essential quality in the nursing profession. Co-curricular experiences focused on social justice having implications for promoting social justice-a core nursing value-as well as developing cultural competence among nursing students and nurse educators. [J Nurs Educ. 2018;57(2):110-114.].
  • Students' Knowledge of and Interest in Older Adults: Impact of a Geriatrics Course. [Journal Article]
  • JNJ Nurs Educ 2018 Feb 01; 57(2):106-109
  • Lowey SE
  • CONCLUSIONS: Findings from this cross-sectional pilot study suggest that previous experience with an aging relative was associated with better aging-related knowledge. Further research exploring students' perceptions is needed to understand the relationship between the geriatric course and attitudes toward aging. [J Nurs Educ. 2018;57(2):106-109.].
  • Teaching Methodologies for End-of-Life Care in Undergraduate Nursing Students. [Journal Article]
  • JNJ Nurs Educ 2018 Feb 01; 57(2):96-100
  • Carmack JN, Kemery S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Comparisons are limited by inconsistencies in instrumentation and the use of multiple teaching strategies in individual studies. More information is needed regarding the effect of interventions on clinical practice. Educational activities should be integrated throughout the learning experience and include elements of didactic teaching, clinical experiences, and application in simulation, including a focus on interprofessional education. [J Nurs Educ. 2018;57(2):96-100.].
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