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Teaching and Learning in Nursing

January 2018 Volume 13, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 16

  1. Resilience

    Christy Dryer

    p. 1

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  2. Systematic Plan of Evaluation Part I: Assessment of End-of-Program Student Learning Outcomes

    Sharon F. Beasley, Suzette Farmer, Nell Ard & Keri Nunn-Ellison

    As an accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation, the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing has established the... More

    pp. 3-8

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  3. Using the CIPP Model to Assess Nursing Education Program Quality and Merit

    Megan Lippe & Patricia Carter

    Nursing programs must maintain a high-quality curriculum that graduates exemplary nurses. Systematic evaluation of key components of nursing education is required. Stufflebeam's Context, Input,... More

    pp. 9-13

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  4. Buffering the Stress of Programmatic Accreditation

    Janet H. Davis

    Accreditation, a public measure of program quality, is essential in today's competitive higher education environment. State board of nursing prelicensure program approval and a program's reputation... More

    pp. 14-17

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  5. Strategies to Improve NCLEX-RN Success: A Review

    Brenna L. Quinn, Megan Smolinski & Anya Bostain Peters

    Successful completion of the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) is important to both new graduate nurses and schools of nursing (SONs); therefore, it is crucial... More

    pp. 18-26

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  6. Incivility in Nursing Education: Generational Differences

    Katrice Ziefle

    The purpose of this study was to investigate differences in the experiences of incivility of 2 generations of associate degree nursing faculty. A quantitative study was conducted using the... More

    pp. 27-30

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  7. Reflective Test Review: The First Step in Student Retention

    Elizabeth A. Tinnon

    Test review is an often overlooked strategy for student retention. The purpose of this manuscript is to provide the reader with a step-by-step process of the reflective test review method. Test... More

    pp. 31-34

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  8. Using Narrative Inquiry to Explore the Experience of One Ethnically Diverse ESL Nursing Student

    Nadja James

    Nursing education is tasked with the responsibility to ensure that the future nursing workforce mirrors the diversity of the patients it serves, but high attrition of ethnically diverse nursing... More

    pp. 35-40

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  9. Preferred Teaching Strategies for Students in an Associate of Science Nursing Program

    Diane Young & Sherry Seibenhener

    The constituents of the nursing classroom have evolved over the years from the traditional high school graduate to a multigenerational student population. Diversity in student demographics brings... More

    pp. 41-45

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  10. Preparing Tomorrow's Nurses for Collaborative Quality Care Through Simulation

    Barbara Griffiths

    Simulations were introduced into a 2nd semester associate degree nursing program as a teaching strategy designed to enhance learning, promote critical thinking, and bridge the gap between theory... More

    pp. 46-50

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  11. Reflections of Nursing Students Involved in a Simulated “Very Bad Day”

    Cynthia L. Cummings & Linda K. Connelly

    This article describes a simulated activity in which nursing students participate in a 2-hr delegation and priority setting experience. Overwhelmingly, the students felt that that this was a “very ... More

    pp. 51-54

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  12. Podcasting in Nursing Education: Using Commercially Prepared Podcasts to Spark Learning

    Jennifer L. Hargett

    Nurse educators increasingly rely on emerging educational technologies, including a recent expansion in the use of audio podcasting. However, most published literature focuses on the use of... More

    pp. 55-57

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  13. Engaging Millennials: Best Practice for Using Pinterest

    Elizabeth Mizelle & Melissa Schwartz Beck

    Through a storied format, the authors show how they designed and implemented Pinterest in nursing education for use in clinical, skills laboratory, and the classroom. Supported by More

    pp. 58-62

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  14. Multiple Modalities for APA Instruction: Addressing Diverse Learning Styles

    Miriam R.B. Abbott & Peggy Shaw

    Colleges and universities are increasingly offering online coursework as a means to meet the demand for a nursing population with advanced degrees. In concordance with progress toward advanced... More

    pp. 63-65

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  15. Examination Test Banks at Risk

    Tim J. Bristol

    pp. 66-68

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  16. What’s Ahead in Academic Progression?

    Donna Meyer

    p. 69

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