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Teaching and Learning in Nursing

Volume 5, Number 4

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Number of articles: 9

  1. Mentoring: A nurse educator survey

    Connie Hubbard, Kathleen Halcomb, Brenda Foley & Bridget Roberts

    Mentoring promotes success throughout the careers of nurse educators. This pilot study discusses findings from a survey administered at the 18th Annual Nurse Educator Conference in the Rockies.... More

    pp. 139-142

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  2. Social media and the implications for nursing faculty mentoring: A review of the literature

    Kellie Bassell

    The purpose of this literature review is to explore ways to facilitate the mentoring process of nursing faculty by employing the use of social media tools. Social media is defined as Internet-based... More

    pp. 143-148

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  3. A formalized mentoring program for LPN-to-RN students

    Charman L. Miller & Camille Leadingham

    Nursing programs across the United States are faced with the challenge to admit greater numbers of students and improve retention and progression rates of enrolled students. Associate degree... More

    pp. 149-153

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  4. A model of collaboration: Southern Illinois Online Nursing Initiative

    Kelli D. Lewis

    pp. 154-156

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  5. Exploring the learning process

    Patricia C. Jenkins

    pp. 157-159

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  6. The ethics of simulated nursing clinical experiences

    Janeen Berndt

    Simulation has the capacity to alleviate many of the problems facing associate degree nursing education today. As the use of simulation increases, nurse educators must examine the ethical aspects... More

    pp. 160-163

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  7. From the classroom to clinical: A Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act primer for the nurse educator

    Teresa Shellenbarger & Cristina Perez-Stearns

    Associate degree nurse educators face multiple challenges when performing their faculty role. Knowledge of the federal laws that govern the privacy rights of students, the Family Educational Rights... More

    pp. 164-168

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  8. Civil disobedience: Reclaiming nursing education

    Rojann R. Alpers, Kay Jarrell & Roxena Wotring

    pp. 169-171

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  9. Article for teaching and learning in nursing

    Tim J. Bristol

    pp. 172-173

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