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Teaching and Learning in Nursing

Volume 1, Number 1

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Number of articles: 24

  1. A critique of “Education levels of hospital nurses and surgical patient mortality”

    Arthur Viterito

    pp. 2-3

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  2. Recruiting and retaining nursing faculty in a Texas Community College System: A strategy focused on collaboration and support

    Mary J. Yoho, Patricia Timpinaro & Chris Fowler

    This article describes a dynamic collaboration between a Texas Community College Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program and a local workforce board and state institution to implement an initiative ... More

    pp. 4-9

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  3. The One Day per Week Nursing Program: A web-assisted (hybrid) Associate Degree Nursing Program

    Sandra P. Kearns, A. Leah Kelly, Joan Barrett, Nancy Schlossbach, Margaret Quinn, Candice Olsen, Claudine Keenan, Laura Brewer & James W. Brown

    Ocean County College received a New Jersey Health Initiatives grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to develop a web-assisted (hybrid) education model. By creating New Jersey's first web... More

    pp. 10-17

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  4. Can you have both retention and increased pass rates on the NCLEX-RN?

    Barbara B. Rees

    This article presents a retention project in an associate degree nursing program. Initiatives were taken to retain students in the nursing program as well as to increase the pass rate on the... More

    pp. 18-21

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  5. Recognizing the clinical nurse: The Meridian Health Clinical Advancement and Recognition of Excellence program

    Teri Wurmser

    This article describes the Meridian Health Clinical Advancement and Recognition of Excellence (CARE) program, an outcomes based clinical recognition program. The development of a new nursing care... More

    pp. 22-26

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  6. Faculty orientation: muttering or mentoring?

    Nancy Stahl

    pp. 27-28

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  7. From concept to critical thinking: crafting test items in multiple formats across the curriculum

    Jean Flick

    p. 27

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  8. Two divided into three equals success

    Darnetta G. Brown

    p. 27

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  9. Leading nursing students to content mastery

    Heather Payne & Mary Lou Whitten

    pp. 28-29

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  10. Desperate measures in desperate times for today's nursing education: mentoring new and experienced faculty how to teach

    Janet Tompkins McMahon

    p. 28

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  11. From nurse preceptor to clinical teaching associate

    Bonnie Pope & Phyllis Horton

    p. 28

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  12. Managing learning styles through technology

    Juanita Kaness

    pp. 29-30

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  13. Good news: four new faculty are hired! Now what??

    Ivory Coleman & Barbara McLaughlin

    p. 29

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  14. Putting the “fun” into fundamentals

    Janet Ritenour, Charlotte Stotelmyer & Elizabeth Barry

    p. 29

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  15. Building bridges to change the face of nursing

    Rosemarie Hirsch

    p. 29

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  16. Instructional design strategies: campus lab critical thinking stations

    Susan Tasker

    p. 30

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  17. Building a partnership bridge: collaborative leadership

    June Larson, Lorall Karpuk, Kathy Manning & Linda Benedict

    p. 30

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  18. Ace your next accreditation visit!

    Peggy Tudor

    p. 30

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  19. See me

    Faith Freese

    pp. 31-32

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  20. A new online RN from LPN program: evaluation of program and student outcomes

    Karen Brown

    p. 31

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