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Journal of Nursing Education

2001 Volume 40, Number 7

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Professional Socialization of Baccalaureate Nursing Students: Can Students in Distance Nursing Programs Become Socialized?

    Mitchell S. Nesler, Mary Beth Hanner, Valerie Melburg & Stephanie McGowan

    Measures of professional socialization were completed by 479 on-campus and 469 distance education nursing students and 246 nonnursing students. Distance students had the highest scores, nonnursing ... More

    pp. 293-302

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  2. Informatics Competencies for Nurses at Four Levels of Practice

    Nancy Staggers, Carole A. Gassert & Christine Curran

    A database of nursing informatics competencies was modified and validated by a panel of experts and sorted by skill levels: beginner, experienced, specialist, and innovator. The competencies... More

    pp. 303-16

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  3. Perspective Transformation in RN-to-BSN Distance Education

    C E. Cragg, Ronald C. Plotnikoff, Kylie Hugo & Alberta Casey

    A socialization scale was completed by entering (n=96) and graduating (n=106) baccalaureate nursing students who used either on-campus (n=41), distance (n=15), or both methods (n=50), and 51... More

    pp. 317-22

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  4. Computer versus Lecture: A Comparison of Two Methods of Teaching Oral Medication Administration in a Nursing Skills Laboratory

    Pamela R. Jeffries

    Junior baccalaureate nursing students learned oral medication administration either via lecture/videotape (n=24) or multimedia CD-ROM (n=25). There were no differences in computer skills or... More

    pp. 323-29

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