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Teaching and Learning in Nursing

Volume 2, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. The use of a WebQuest to support undergraduate nurses

    Mary Drozd & John O'Donoghue

    This study considered the implementation and evaluation of a simple technology-supported learning (TSL) solution to support independent learning for undergraduate nurses. Initially, a review of the... More

    pp. 63-67

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  2. Clinical remediation in a nursing program

    Jean A. Hutton & Rita E. Krull Sutherland

    A clinical remediation program was initiated to identify students who are succeeding academically but performing marginally in the clinical setting and to provide one-on-one or one-on-two... More

    pp. 68-71

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  3. The Senior Wellness Project: Focus on experiential learning

    Linda Ruholl & Ruben Boyajian

    Nurse educators seek good tools for experiential learning. The Senior Wellness Project allows students to interact with healthy seniors in the community. During three visits, each student assesses ... More

    pp. 72-79

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  4. The predictive accuracy of Health Education Systems, Inc., examinations for associate degree nursing students

    Mary J. Yoho, Anne Young, Carolyn Adamson & Robin Britt

    This longitudinal study was conducted to determine the accuracy of Health Education Systems, Inc. examinations in predicting associate degree nursing (ADN) student success. The Admissions... More

    pp. 80-84

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  5. Is it a benefit? Supplementing service education partnerships

    Karen S. Hill

    Entering the job market as a newly graduated nurse can be daunting. Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington, Kentucky, has developed a unique approach to supplement the relationship between service... More

    pp. 85-87

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  6. Writing competencies for associate degree nursing students

    Barbara N. McLaughlin

    pp. 88-89

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