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Teaching and Learning in Nursing

July 2016 Volume 11, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 9

  1. OADN President's Message

    Patricia Smart

    p. 83

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  2. Ensuring safety in clinical: Faculty role for managing students with unsafe behaviors

    Kristy Chunta

    Nurse educators often struggle when managing students with unsatisfactory performance in the clinical setting. Although literature has addressed characteristics of unsafe practice, little has been ... More

    pp. 86-91

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  3. Advising 101: Lessons in advising for nursing student success

    Teresa Shellenbarger & Riah Hoffman

    Faculty teaching associate degree nursing students should use advising approaches that will provide support for students, facilitate success, and enhance retention. This manuscript discusses issues... More

    pp. 92-100

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  4. Impact of concept mapping on the development of clinical judgment skills in nursing students

    Mahmoud Kaddoura, Duke University School of Nursing, United States; Olga VanDyke, MCPHS University School of Nursing, United States; Betty Cheng, Quincy College School of Nursing, United States; Kimberly Shea-Foisy, Kindred Healthcare, Department of Nursing, United States

    Helping nursing students learn to use sound clinical judgment has become a primary goal of nursing programs. Concept mapping has been shown to promote meaningful learning and critical thinking. The... More

    pp. 101-107

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  5. Critical thinking cards: An innovative teaching strategy to bridge classroom knowledge with clinical decision making

    Cindra Holland & Deborah Ulrich

    Students and faculty in an obstetrics course were surveyed regarding the use of critical thinking cards as an active teaching strategy in the clinical setting. Critical thinking cards are the... More

    pp. 108-112

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  6. An innovative service-learning project to develop cultural competency in undergraduate nursing students

    Lorraine Cupelli

    A service-learning opportunity was implemented with fundamental nursing students in an associate degree program to develop cultural competency. Research has supported service-learning as an... More

    pp. 113-117

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  7. A project to increase educator cultural competence in mentoring at-risk nursing students

    Debra K. Gibbs, Angelina College, United States; Alicia L. Culleiton, Duquesne University School of Nursing, United States

    The purpose of this pilot project was to enhance faculty cultural competency in mentoring diverse students. The project was based upon Dr. Campinha-Bacote's Process of Cultural Competence in the... More

    pp. 118-125

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  8. Due process in nursing education

    Sandra Y. Walker

    pp. 126-127

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  9. Reflections from 40,000 feet

    Donna Meyer

    pp. 128-129

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