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Teaching and Learning in Nursing

Volume 6, Number 2

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Number of articles: 10

  1. Midwifery practice in the university context: Perspectives of postgraduate students on the effectiveness of case-based learning in preparation for the workplace

    Michelle Gray & Tania Aspland

    Many studies that have investigated the differences between teacher-centered and student-centered learning activities (E. O'Shea, 2003; B. Clarke & C. James, 1997; J. L. Kincheloe, 2004),... More

    pp. 38-45

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  2. The effect of high-fidelity simulation on examination performance

    Sheryl Beddingfield, Betty W. Davis, Melanie Gilmore & Lisa Jenkins

    High-fidelity simulation (HFS) has become an important and widely used component in undergraduate nursing education. Nursing programs are budgeting large amounts of capital resources to incorporate... More

    pp. 46-49

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  3. Evaluation of E-learning program versus traditional lecture instruction for undergraduate nursing students in a faculty of nursing

    Magda Abdelaziz, Salwa Samer Kamel, Omar Karam & Asmaa Abdelrahman

    This article presents the results of a study to evaluate the effect of using electronic learning versus lecture of nursing students at a large state faculty where experience with and access to... More

    pp. 50-58

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  4. The leadership journey: from belief to reality

    Elizabeth A. Gazza & Susan E. Sterrett

    The leadership journey for nursing faculty begins during undergraduate education and extends throughout the career continuum. While leadership opportunities can include formal administrative... More

    pp. 59-63

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  5. Evaluating associate degree nursing students' self-efficacy in communication skills and attitudes in caring for the dying patient

    Georgann V. Weissman

    The End of Life Nursing Education Consortium (ELNEC) curriculum has been proven effective where it has been implemented. However, at the associate degree level, the ELNEC curriculum focusing on... More

    pp. 64-72

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  6. Health care in crisis! Can nurse executives' beliefs about and implementation of evidence-based practice be key solutions in health care reform?

    Darlene Sredl, Bernadette Mazurek Melnyk, Kuei- Hsiang Hsueh, Ruth Jenkins, Cody Ding & Jerry Durham

    Rising health care costs may be adding to the economic crisis in the United States. Efficient health care delivery systems must be adopted, slowing cost escalation. Evidence-based practice (EBP)... More

    pp. 73-79

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  7. Impact of faculty caring on student retention and success

    Denise M. McEnroe-Petitte

    Nurse educators devote caring efforts to those that they educate, and there needs to be an understanding as to how caring relates to the needs of nursing students. Through caring, nurse educators... More

    pp. 80-83

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  8. Do nurse educators feel competent to teach cultural competency concepts?

    Sharon Starr, Mona M. Shattell & Clifford Gonzales

    Cultural competence has been proposed as one way to reduce health disparities in racial and ethnic minority populations. Nursing program accreditation standards mandate the inclusion of cultural... More

    pp. 84-88

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  9. Is knowledge deficit helpful or hindering nursing diagnosis?

    Kay Jarrell, Rojann R. Alpers & Roxena Wotring

    pp. 89-91

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  10. Creating video for nursing education

    Tim J. Bristol

    pp. 92-94

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