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Teaching and Learning in Nursing

Volume 5, Number 2

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Number of articles: 8

  1. The role of podcast lectures in associate degree nursing programs

    Elizabeth Delaney, Nicole Pennington & Mary Beth Blankenship

    Associate degree nursing (ADN) programs are faced with the challenge of developing nursing students' critical thinking abilities and skills proficiency. This article discusses the potential role of... More

    pp. 54-57

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  2. The focused client care experience: preparing for entry–level practice

    Marie H. Thomas, Susan S. Baker, Bonnie G. Pope, Linda H. Latham & Françoise Houenou Mededji

    This article briefly describes the development of an Associate Degree Nursing Focused Client Care experience in the Community College setting. Discussion follows of a method for introducing the... More

    pp. 58-62

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  3. Plugging in: Utilizing information technology in health science education

    Josh Hamilton

    Modern health care education requires effective testing of students, ability to efficiently conduct program evaluation, and availability of specialized technical personnel to foster increased... More

    pp. 63-67

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  4. Guided reflective journals depict a correlation to the academic success of nursing students

    Valerie Taylor-Haslip

    Reflective guided journal assignments can be correlated to the academic success of nursing students in the clinical area through the evaluation of the student's level of reflective writing. The... More

    pp. 68-72

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  5. A simulation case study from an instructional design framework

    Patricia M. Burke

    This study applies the principles of instructional design to the development and evaluation of simulation instruction for entry-level nursing students. The first scenario was unveiled in the fall... More

    pp. 73-77

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  6. Collaborative efforts of nursing students and surgical technology students in the simulation laboratory

    Richard Fruscione & Deborah Hyland

    The field of nursing education rarely integrates other allied health professions into its core curriculum. The surgical technology faculty and students at Kingsborough Community College in Brooklyn... More

    pp. 78-84

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  7. An innovation to facilitate student engagement and learning: Crossword puzzles in the classroom

    Deborah A. Raines

    This article describes two models for the incorporation of crossword puzzles into the delivery of course content. These models actively engage the student in the learning process and represent an... More

    pp. 85-90

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  8. Engaging students in community and public health nursing: Men's and women's health issues…no longer enough!

    Kay Jarrell, Rojann R. Alpers & Roxena Wotring

    pp. 91-92

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