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Teaching and Learning in Nursing

Volume 2, Number 2

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Mentoring as a retention strategy in a diverse, multicultural, urban associate degree nursing program

    Georgina Colalillo

    Nursing faculty are expending considerable resources to recruit qualified students. Retention of these valuable students should be a priority to meet the growing need for nurses in a changing... More

    pp. 28-33

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  2. Using a clinical project for teaching an understanding of the research process in the associate degree nursing curricula

    Mariann Montgomery

    The purpose of this article is to describe the implementation of a pilot project in an associate degree nursing program that uses a basic research project as the means to teach students about... More

    pp. 34-37

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  3. Developing a scholarly forum at a teaching university in the UK: A case study

    Stefanos Mantzoukas

    The rapid move of nursing in the UK into the university sector in the early 1990s has not only opened up a set of new possibilities for nurse educators but also created a set of new challenges. One... More

    pp. 38-42

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  4. From whence we came—A look at the history of the National Organization for Associate Degree Nursing

    Carol Hodgson

    This article traces the history of the National Organization for Associate Degree Nursing from its inception as a state organization in 1984 to the present. The goal of being the voice for... More

    pp. 43-45

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  5. Associate degree nursing students' perceptions of learning using a high-fidelity human patient simulator

    Kathleen A. Kuznar

    Human patient simulation (HPS) is a teaching method that allows nursing students to learn in a complex yet risk-free environment. Because of costs involved, however, research is needed to evaluate ... More

    pp. 46-52

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  6. Developing a collaborative regional nursing simulation hospital

    Colleen C. Burgess

    High-fidelity computer patient simulation manikins (human patient simulators [HPSs]) have been added to the nurse educators' repertoire of tools. A review of the related literature and the... More

    pp. 53-57

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  7. Teaching tips: English as a second language students—How can we help them to be successful in associate degree nursing education?

    Barbara N. McLaughlin

    pp. 58-59

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