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Teaching and Learning in Nursing

Volume 3, Number 3

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Critical thinking in nursing: Teaching to diverse groups

    Cheryl Spencer

    The demographics of many classrooms are changing as a result of immigration and globalization. More adults are also seeking higher education and choosing nursing as a second career. With these... More

    pp. 87-89

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  2. Ideas for postclinical conferences

    Marilyn H. Oermann

    Are students learning in your postclinical conferences or “counting the minutes” until they are done? There are many outcomes of learning that can be achieved in a clinical conference if planned in... More

    pp. 90-93

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  3. Nurse educators—still challenged by critical thinking

    Kelly Mundy & Sharon A. Denham

    Educators are thwarted by inconsistent critical thinking definitions, poor understandings about measurable ways to teach critical thought processes, and a lack of reliable and valid nursing... More

    pp. 94-99

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  4. Enhancing communication skills in ESL students within a community college setting

    Barbara E. Campbell

    The emerging diversity of the United States (US) population will require an equally diverse workforce to effectively meet its healthcare needs. As a result, the ability of nursing programs across... More

    pp. 100-104

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  5. The utilization and role of the preceptor in undergraduate nursing programs

    Stacy R. Rose

    Over the past several decades, utilization of nurse preceptors has gained increasing popularity within academic settings providing nursing degrees. Although not a new phefsnomenon, the... More

    pp. 105-107

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