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Teaching and Learning in Nursing

July 2017 Volume 12, Number 3

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Number of articles: 14

  1. Values

    Christy Dryer

    p. 180

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  2. The Value of Nursing Program Accreditation

    Judith A. Halstead

    This article discusses the value of nursing program accreditation to faculty and students. A brief overview of the purpose and benefits of accreditation and its relationship to continuous quality... More

    pp. 181-182

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  3. Promoting Faculty Competence, Satisfaction and Retention: Faculty Stories Supporting the Crucial Need for Mentoring When Evaluating Nursing Students

    Susan G. Poorman, Department of Allied Health Professions; Melissa L. Mastorovich, STAT Nursing Consultants, Inc.

    Although mentoring has been touted as an effective strategy to retain nursing faculty, there is a paucity of literature regarding the need for mentoring when conducting evaluation. This manuscript ... More

    pp. 183-190

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  4. Factors Influencing Nursing Student Success After Readmission

    Mariann Harding, Mistey Bailey & Shelly Stefka

    This study investigated factors predicting attrition in students readmitted to an associate degree nursing program. The semester a student is initially dismissed and reason for dismissal influenced... More

    pp. 191-194

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  5. Concept-Based Curricula: State of the Innovation

    Susan Sportsman & Tammy Pleasant, Elsevier Education

    This article explores the trajectory of nurse educators who have implemented a concept-based curriculum (CBC) by answering the question: “What is the experience of faculty and administrators who... More

    pp. 195-200

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  6. Identifying Professional Values in Nursing: An Integrative Review

    Annette M. Elliott

    No clear standard of reference has existed to evaluate student competency in relation to professional values. Analysis of literature between 2008 and 2016 revealed organizational policy... More

    pp. 201-206

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  7. Challenges of Novice Nurse Educator's Transition From Practice to Classroom

    Tori Brown, Winston Salem State University; Jeanne Sorrell, George Mason University

    As nurses transition as educators, many struggle with developing skills and acclimating to the academic setting. This qualitative case study addressed challenges encountered by novice educators.... More

    pp. 207-211

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  8. The Benefits of Active Learning: Applying Brunner's Discovery Theory to the Classroom: Teaching Clinical Decision-Making to Senior Nursing Students

    Margaret Costello

    pp. 212-213

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  9. Secondary Stress in Nurse Educators

    Joan M. Owens

    The topic of nurse educator secondary stress is significant to the nurse educator community, which is facing a national nurse faculty shortage crisis. Major factors identified as contributing to... More

    pp. 214-215

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  10. Important Yet Unnecessary: Nursing Students' Perceptions of Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory Sessions

    Jed Montayre, School of Clinical Sciences Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand; Trena Sparks, Southern Institute of Technology, New Zealand

    Anatomy and physiology is one of the major bioscience concepts integrated within the undergraduate nursing curriculum. The current research surveyed nursing students' perception of the laboratory... More

    pp. 216-219

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  11. Postdebriefing Activities Following Simulation

    Michelle E. Bussard

    High-fidelity simulation has become a standard within prelicensure nursing education. Verbal debriefing sessions have been proven to enhance clinical judgment following the simulation scenario. The... More

    pp. 220-222

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  12. Imogene King's Theory of Goal Attainment and the Millennial Nurse: An Important Mentoring Tool for Nurse Educators

    Laura McQueen & Marianne Cockroft, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Nida Mullins, School of Nursing, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, NC

    The pioneer millennial generation of students and graduates is entering the profession of nursing. They are adeptly equipped with technological savvy, unabashed confidence, and self-directed goal... More

    pp. 223-225

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  13. QSEN in Every Faculty Meeting

    Tim J. Bristol

    pp. 226-228

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  14. The Most Challenging Role

    Donna Meyer

    p. 229

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