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Teaching and Learning in Nursing

Volume 4, Number 4

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Bridging the gap: Answering the need for nursing faculty

    Diane L. Toto, Anya Bostian Peters, Bonita J. Blackman & Christine R. Hoch

    Delaware Technical & Community College's Associate Degree Nursing Program has made strides to combat the nursing shortage by increasing their admission rates by 40%. This expansion called for... More

    pp. 109-114

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  2. Competence: A concept analysis

    Judith Valloze

    Twenty years ago, the National League for Nursing pushed for major reform in nursing curriculum. It was their intent to revitalize nursing education and help prepare the next generation of nursing ... More

    pp. 115-118

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  3. Embracing diversity among students and patients

    Nadine Donahue

    Our country is becoming increasingly culturally diverse. On the basis of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services statistics, it is predicted that, by the Year 2010, minority cultures will ... More

    pp. 119-121

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  4. Incorporating a journal club in associate degree clinical conferences

    Shelly L. Moore

    The purpose of this article is to discuss the implementation of a journal club in associate degree nursing program clinical conferences. The benefits to students and instructors are examined,... More

    pp. 122-127

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  5. Factors that influence the advisement of nursing students regarding baccalaureate completion: associate degree nursing faculty perceptions

    Julia M. Rosa

    Associate degree nursing faculty engage in career advisement. This article describes research regarding faculty perceptions of factors that influence their advisement of students to matriculate in ... More

    pp. 128-132

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  6. Toward evidence-based teaching: evaluating the effectiveness of two teaching strategies in an associate degree nursing program

    Lori S. Lauver, Margaret Mary West, Timothy B. Campbell, Jennifer Herrold & G. Craig Wood

    The need for evidence-based teaching has become an important ideology for nurse educators who are frequently encouraged to expand their teaching strategies based on recent advances in technology... More

    pp. 133-138

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  7. Clinical instruction and student outcomes

    Rika Tanda & Sharon A. Denham

    Despite changes that have taken place in health care systems, few changes have occurred in undergraduate clinical nursing education. High patient acuity and great needs for skilled technical... More

    pp. 139-147

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