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Teaching and Learning in Nursing

Volume 3, Number 4

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Conceptual model: The aerohemodynamics metatheory

    Darlene Sredl

    Nursing in the 21st century demands new conceptual models to guide practice within foreign ambient environments that pose complicated threats to life and well-being. Knowledge development through... More

    pp. 115-120

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  2. Predictors of success in associate degree nursing programs

    Melanie Gilmore

    This retrospective correlational study was conducted to identify predictor factors to assist nursing programs in determining admission criteria. The dependent variables were nursing course grade... More

    pp. 121-124

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  3. Effects of aroma inhalation on examination anxiety

    Adalet Koca Kutlu, Emel Yılmaz & Dilek Çeçen

    The study was planned as a randomized, controlled, prospective study to determine the effect of aromatherapy on test anxiety. The sample of the study was composed of 50 students who constituted the... More

    pp. 125-130

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  4. Critical thinking as a predictor of success in an associate degree nursing program

    Donna Shirrell

    Critical thinking, an important concept in nursing education, is believed to be necessary for success in nursing. This study determined if critical thinking is predictive of success in a nursing... More

    pp. 131-136

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  5. An innovative course for licensed practical nurse–associate degree nursing articulation

    Rebecca Jensen

    This article describes the adaptation of a licensed practical nurse—associate degree in nursing articulation course to a distance format, specifically hybrid. Methods for evaluation of the course... More

    pp. 137-140

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  6. Using BaFa' BaFa' in evaluating cultural competence of nursing students

    Kay Jarrell, Rojann R. Alpers, Gary Brown & Roxena Wotring

    pp. 141-142

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