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Teaching and Learning in Nursing

October 2015 Volume 10, Number 4

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Number of articles: 8

  1. The concept of incivility: A case study

    Anya Bostian Peters

    It is clear that a culture laden with incivility creates a difficult work environment. Incivility has not excluded nursing academe. Uncivil interactions in the academic workplace may deter... More

    pp. 156-160

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  2. Narrative pedagogy amidst program accountability: Helping nontraditional nursing students who must repeat a course

    Deborah E. Crow, Nursing Department, OSU-Oklahoma City, United States; Lucy E. Bailey, College of Education, Social Foundations and Qualitative Inquiry, Oklahoma State University, United States

    This article advocates for expanding the use of narrative pedagogy in associate degree nursing programs to better meet the needs of nontraditional nursing students in an educational setting shaped ... More

    pp. 161-168

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  3. Evaluation of a concept-based curriculum: A tool and process

    Shirley Murray, Kimberly Laurent & JoAnna Gontarz

    Nursing education has heeded the calls of health experts, revising nursing curricula to move from a content focus to a conceptual model that emphasizes the learning process and evidence-based... More

    pp. 169-175

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  4. Teaching evidence-based practice (EBP) across a four-semester nursing curriculum

    Barbara J. Dotson & Lisa S. Lewis, Watts School of Nursing, United States; Julia W. Aucoin, Duke University Health System, United States; Shirley Murray, Donna Chapin & Peggy Walters, Watts School of Nursing, United States

    There is a consensus among nursing professionals that evidence-based practice (EBP) needs to be taught at all levels of educational preparation. A diploma-registered nurse program has integrated... More

    pp. 176-180

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  5. Implementing e-books: Faculty and student experiences

    Jennifer Gueval, The Kansas University Hospital, United States; Karen Tarnow & Sharon Kumm, University of Kansas School of Nursing, United States

    The undergraduate faculty of a public nursing program redesigned their curriculum to a concept-based model and implemented electronic textbooks (e-books) for all students. Quantitative data from... More

    pp. 181-185

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  6. Successful student group projects: Perspectives and strategies

    Carolyn J. Lee, Kathy Ahonen, Erica Navarette & Khalie Frisch

    Nurses are a critical element in an increasingly interprofessional and complex health care system. In every practice arena and role, nurses need skills in negotiation, managing conflict, and... More

    pp. 186-191

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  7. Environmental health 101: Incorporating environmental health into the nursing curriculum

    Kathryn P. Jackman-Murphy

    Environmental Health 101: Incorporating Environmental Health into the Nursing Curriculum program for nursing faculty was presented at the National League for Nursing's annual conference in November... More

    pp. 192-195

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  8. Functionality tools: Time management approaches for facilitating an on-line course in Moodle

    Meigan Robb & MaryDee Fisher

    Teaching Web-based courses requires efficient time management and organizational skills of nurse educators. Faculty new to the on-line teaching environment may find the time demands related to... More

    pp. 196-199

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