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Teaching and Learning in Nursing

July 2012 Volume 7, Number 3

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Number of articles: 8

  1. From care plan to concept map: A paradigm shift

    Linda K. Cook, Cheryl Dover, Michele Dickson & Denise L. Colton

    Nurses and nursing student must develop and write nursing care plan to provide and organize nursing interventions. Nursing care plans serve as a means of communicating patient care needs between... More

    pp. 88-92

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  2. Community college education through the looking glass of associate degree nursing

    Milena P. Staykova

    Community colleges, offering associate degree education, have become the major supplier of new graduates across the academic disciplines and professional careers. In nursing, associate degree... More

    pp. 93-97

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  3. Understanding generational gaps to improve faculty–student relationships

    Abigail Mitchell

    Today nursing classrooms have students from various generations, ranging from Baby Boomers to Generation Y. This multi-generational nursing classroom has incorporated numerous challenges for... More

    pp. 98-99

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  4. Successful transition from expert nurse to novice educator?: Expert educator: it's about you!

    Cindy Gilbert & Brenda Womack

    This article provides a successful methodology designed and systematically utilized for nursing faculty orientation to enhance faculty retention and support faculty transitioning from clinical... More

    pp. 100-102

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  5. Seven strategies for international nursing student success: A review of the literature

    Jane Greene Ryan & Evelyn Dogbey

    This article proposes 7 strategies that nursing faculty can employ to help international nursing students achieve success. This article discusses research that has been performed which identified... More

    pp. 103-107

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  6. Bringing simulation to life

    Deborah Hyland, Bridget H. Weeks, Carmel T. Ficorelli & Margaret Vanderbeek-Warren

    As the complexity and acuity of patients are ever increasing, the faculty at Kingsborough Community College struggled to assure that their students will be qualified to safely care for their... More

    pp. 108-112

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  7. A pilot Delphi study: competencies of nurse educators in curriculum design

    Milena P. Staykova

    Research is needed to properly identify the competencies nurse educators must demonstrate when designing nursing curricula. A current research gap is evident on the issue.This pilot study used a... More

    pp. 113-117

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  8. Using nursing grand rounds to enforce Quality and Safety Education for Nurses competencies

    Karin J. Sherrill

    Creative teaching is critical to engaging students. Medical grand rounds emerged as a central teaching activity in United States medical schools for the first half of the past century but have... More

    pp. 118-120

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