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Evaluating the Outcomes of a Concept-Based Curriculum in an Associate Degree Nursing Program
A complete overhaul of nursing education has been commanded due to concerns regarding the proficiency of novice nurses and the clinical care they provide in today’s increasingly complex health care environment. Novice ...
Developing Critical Thinking Skills in Undergraduate Nursing Students using Strategic Management Simulations
with the SMS assessment at the beginning and at the end of the nursing program. Control group data were obtained from archival SMS scores of students who completed the SMS assessment at the end of their academic program, without receiving any of the SMS...
Retention of new graduates to their first professional role: perceptions of those that have stayed
(University of Missouri–Kansas City, 2016)
There is an inability to retain new graduate nurses in their initial positions. Patricia Benner (1984) developed the From Novice to Expert Theory of nurse development outlining the nurses’ transition through the developmental ...
Lateral Violence Response Training for Nursing Students
Lateral violence among nurses is a pervasive problem contributing to deleterious consequences for targets, work environments, patient outcomes, and the nursing profession. Newly licensed nurses are at a disadvantage to ...
What is the BSN Student's Perception of Why a Nursing Course was Failed?
Nursing student success is important to students, faculty, institutions of higher education, and the healthcare needs in Texas. Despite recent research showing that cognitive indicators can predict student success, the use ...
The persistence scale for online education: development of a psychometric tool
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2012-04-25)
Despite the popularity of online education, lack of persistence and attrition are problems faced by many colleges. Although multiple studies have been published about the best teaching methods for the online education ...