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Teaching and Learning in Nursing

Volume 6, Number 3

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Number of articles: 9

  1. Developing interprofessional communication skills

    Janet Wagner, Beth Liston & Jackie Miller

    Interprofessional collaboration is a key component to patient safety and health profession education. This article will describe the development and implementation of a pilot educational teaching... More

    pp. 97-101

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  2. Nursing caps to feminist pedagogy: transformation of nursing education

    Susan Welch

    A focus on gender is necessary within the current classroom as a means to make for a more equal educational process. In addition, it will allow nursing students to see and understand the potential ... More

    pp. 102-108

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  3. Wounds: here today and gone tomorrow!: The use of temporary skin tattoos in teaching wound care to associate degree nursing students

    Robin G. Zachary

    As a nursing instructor in an associate degree nursing program, imaginative and creative teaching methods have been sought for a variety of nursing concepts or skills. Ideas have been gleaned from ... More

    pp. 109-111

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  4. Educating nurses to impact change in nursing's image

    Reitha Cabaniss

    The widely held view that nursing is not intellectually demanding or challenging is the result of media representation of nurses. The television producers of dramas with a health care focus or new ... More

    pp. 112-118

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  5. Looking at the past to change the future: a retrospective study of associate degree in nursing graduates' National Council Licensure Examination scores

    Michelle De Lima, LaJune London & Ellen Manieri

    This is a retrospective study comparing academic records and demographic data of students in an associate degree in nursing program who failed the National Council Licensure Examination for... More

    pp. 119-123

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  6. The experience of novice nurse faculty in an associate degree education program

    Nancy Hinchcliffe Duphily

    The purpose of the qualitative phenomenological study was to understand the experience of the novice nursing faculty member in an associate degree nursing program. Novice nursing faculty ( More

    pp. 124-130

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  7. Predictors of retention among undergraduate students attending associate-degree nursing programs in Illinois

    Patricia L. Pence

    The purpose of the study was to determine what the relationship is between emotional intelligence, motivation, demographic variables, and retention. The Motivated Strategies for Learning... More

    pp. 131-138

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  8. Ethical issues in nursing education: the dual-role researcher

    Collette Loftin, Hollie Campanella & Sarah Gilbert

    There is imminent pressure on instructors of nursing students to evaluate teaching methods, examine curricula, and gauge students' abilities to grasp the educational process. The evaluative... More

    pp. 139-143

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  9. Plagiarism prevention with technology

    Tim J. Bristol

    pp. 146-149

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