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Marilyn Haag Oermann CV

Thelma M. Ingles Distinguished Professor of Nursing in the School of Nursing
School of Nursing
Box 3322, Durham, NC 27710
307 Trent Dr, 2049 Pearson Building, Durham, NC 27710
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Selected Publications


Bibliometric analysis of nursing education reviews.

Journal Article Nurse education today · August 2024 BackgroundWhile the number of reviews of nursing education research has increased over the years, bibliometric studies about these reviews are limited.ObjectivesThe purposes were to: (1) examine the number of reviews of nursing education ... Full text Cite

An examination of retracted articles in nursing literature.

Journal Article Journal of nursing scholarship : an official publication of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing · May 2024 IntroductionThe output of scholarly publications in scientific literature has increased exponentially in recent years. This increase in literature has been accompanied by an increase in retractions. Although some of these may be attributed to publ ... Full text Cite

Generative Artificial Intelligence Detectors and Accuracy

Journal Article CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing · May 2024 Full text Cite

Diagnosis Unreliability of ChatGPT for Journal Evaluation.

Journal Article Advanced pharmaceutical bulletin · March 2024 PurposeAcademic and other researchers have limited tools with which to address the current proliferation of predatory and hijacked journals. These journals can have negative effects on science, research funding, and the dissemination of informatio ... Full text Cite

Using AI to Write Scholarly Articles in Nursing.

Journal Article Nurse educator · January 2024 Full text Cite

Developing competency of nursing students in cardiopulmonary resuscitation using Resuscitation Quality Improvement technology.

Journal Article International journal of nursing education scholarship · January 2024 ObjectivesThis study examined the outcomes of training nursing students in CPR skills using the Resuscitation Quality Improvement (RQI) program.MethodsNursing students (n=2,193) in 12 schools across the United States participated in this ... Full text Cite

Research on Predatory Publishing in Health Care: A Scoping Review.

Journal Article The Canadian journal of nursing research = Revue canadienne de recherche en sciences infirmieres · December 2023 BackgroundPredatory publishers and their associated journals have been identified as a threat to the integrity of the scientific literature. Research on the phenomenon of predatory publishing in health care remains unquantified.PurposeTo ... Full text Cite

Screening for the social determinants of health: Referring patients to community-based services.

Journal Article Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners · December 2023 BackgroundScreening patients for the social determinants of health (SDOH) allows clinicians to identify those needs and tailor referral efforts. Due to constraints on clinic time and monetary resources, a simple screening tool incorporated into ex ... Full text Cite

Detection of fake papers in the era of artificial intelligence.

Journal Article Diagnosis (Berlin, Germany) · November 2023 ObjectivesPaper mills, companies that write scientific papers and gain acceptance for them, then sell authorships of these papers, present a key challenge in medicine and other healthcare fields. This challenge is becoming more acute with artifici ... Full text Cite

Time-to-Task in Interval Simulated Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training: A Method for Maintaining Resuscitation Skills.

Journal Article Journal of perianesthesia nursing : official journal of the American Society of PeriAnesthesia Nurses · June 2023 PurposeThe literature supports interval simulation training as a means of improving nurses' cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills. The aim of this project was to improve the time-to-task skills in single-rescuer basic life support (BLS) in an ... Full text Cite

Writing for publication in nursing

Book · March 15, 2023 Designated a Doody's Core Title! "Writing for publication is essential for disseminating nursing knowledge, and this book will surely prepare budding authors and serve as a resource for experienced authors. It is a great reference for authors at all levels ... Full text Cite

Best practices in scholarly publishing for promotion or tenure: Avoiding predatory journals.

Journal Article Journal of professional nursing : official journal of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing · March 2023 BackgroundPredatory publishing has adverse impacts on scientific literature including nursing literature. These publishers have been described as having questionable publication standards. Many faculty have expressed challenges associated with ass ... Full text Cite

A Bibliometric Analysis of Review Types Published in the Nursing Scientific Literature.

Journal Article ANS. Advances in nursing science · January 2023 Reviews in the nursing scientific literature have steadily expanded in scope and range. This has resulted in a variety of terms used to describe these reports found in bibliographic databases, creating confusion. This study investigated the status of revie ... Full text Cite

A serious threat to publishing ethics and research integrity: Citations to hijacked journals

Journal Article Equilibrium. Quarterly Journal of Economics and Economic Policy · January 1, 2023 Full text Cite

Implementation science in nursing education research: An exemplar.

Journal Article Nurse education today · December 2022 IntroductionUsing evidence-based teaching approaches can improve nursing students' learning. However, variation in how - or if - these approaches are implemented by faculty and nursing educators is prevalent. A thorough, applied understanding of h ... Full text Open Access Cite

Strategies for conducting reviews

Journal Article Nurse Author & Editor · December 2022 Full text Cite

Dissemination of doctor of nursing practice project findings: Benefits and challenges associated with publishing in healthcare journals.

Journal Article Nursing outlook · November 2022 BackgroundDoctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) programs require a project to improve outcomes in a health care setting. However, dissemination methods vary.PurposeThis evaluation examined benefits and challenges associated with submitting pro ... Full text Cite

Predatory conferences: a systematic scoping review.

Journal Article BMJ open · November 2022 ObjectiveTo systematically map the scholarly literature on predatory conferences and describe the present state of research and the prevalent attitudes about these conferences.MethodsThis scoping review follows Preferred Reporting Items f ... Full text Cite

Bibliometric analysis of nursing education reviews.

Journal Article Nurse education today · August 2024 BackgroundWhile the number of reviews of nursing education research has increased over the years, bibliometric studies about these reviews are limited.ObjectivesThe purposes were to: (1) examine the number of reviews of nursing education ... Full text Cite

An examination of retracted articles in nursing literature.

Journal Article Journal of nursing scholarship : an official publication of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing · May 2024 IntroductionThe output of scholarly publications in scientific literature has increased exponentially in recent years. This increase in literature has been accompanied by an increase in retractions. Although some of these may be attributed to publ ... Full text Cite

Generative Artificial Intelligence Detectors and Accuracy

Journal Article CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing · May 2024 Full text Cite

Diagnosis Unreliability of ChatGPT for Journal Evaluation.

Journal Article Advanced pharmaceutical bulletin · March 2024 PurposeAcademic and other researchers have limited tools with which to address the current proliferation of predatory and hijacked journals. These journals can have negative effects on science, research funding, and the dissemination of informatio ... Full text Cite

Using AI to Write Scholarly Articles in Nursing.

Journal Article Nurse educator · January 2024 Full text Cite

Developing competency of nursing students in cardiopulmonary resuscitation using Resuscitation Quality Improvement technology.

Journal Article International journal of nursing education scholarship · January 2024 ObjectivesThis study examined the outcomes of training nursing students in CPR skills using the Resuscitation Quality Improvement (RQI) program.MethodsNursing students (n=2,193) in 12 schools across the United States participated in this ... Full text Cite

Research on Predatory Publishing in Health Care: A Scoping Review.

Journal Article The Canadian journal of nursing research = Revue canadienne de recherche en sciences infirmieres · December 2023 BackgroundPredatory publishers and their associated journals have been identified as a threat to the integrity of the scientific literature. Research on the phenomenon of predatory publishing in health care remains unquantified.PurposeTo ... Full text Cite

Screening for the social determinants of health: Referring patients to community-based services.

Journal Article Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners · December 2023 BackgroundScreening patients for the social determinants of health (SDOH) allows clinicians to identify those needs and tailor referral efforts. Due to constraints on clinic time and monetary resources, a simple screening tool incorporated into ex ... Full text Cite

Detection of fake papers in the era of artificial intelligence.

Journal Article Diagnosis (Berlin, Germany) · November 2023 ObjectivesPaper mills, companies that write scientific papers and gain acceptance for them, then sell authorships of these papers, present a key challenge in medicine and other healthcare fields. This challenge is becoming more acute with artifici ... Full text Cite

Time-to-Task in Interval Simulated Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training: A Method for Maintaining Resuscitation Skills.

Journal Article Journal of perianesthesia nursing : official journal of the American Society of PeriAnesthesia Nurses · June 2023 PurposeThe literature supports interval simulation training as a means of improving nurses' cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills. The aim of this project was to improve the time-to-task skills in single-rescuer basic life support (BLS) in an ... Full text Cite

Writing for publication in nursing

Book · March 15, 2023 Designated a Doody's Core Title! "Writing for publication is essential for disseminating nursing knowledge, and this book will surely prepare budding authors and serve as a resource for experienced authors. It is a great reference for authors at all levels ... Full text Cite

Best practices in scholarly publishing for promotion or tenure: Avoiding predatory journals.

Journal Article Journal of professional nursing : official journal of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing · March 2023 BackgroundPredatory publishing has adverse impacts on scientific literature including nursing literature. These publishers have been described as having questionable publication standards. Many faculty have expressed challenges associated with ass ... Full text Cite

A Bibliometric Analysis of Review Types Published in the Nursing Scientific Literature.

Journal Article ANS. Advances in nursing science · January 2023 Reviews in the nursing scientific literature have steadily expanded in scope and range. This has resulted in a variety of terms used to describe these reports found in bibliographic databases, creating confusion. This study investigated the status of revie ... Full text Cite

A serious threat to publishing ethics and research integrity: Citations to hijacked journals

Journal Article Equilibrium. Quarterly Journal of Economics and Economic Policy · January 1, 2023 Full text Cite

Implementation science in nursing education research: An exemplar.

Journal Article Nurse education today · December 2022 IntroductionUsing evidence-based teaching approaches can improve nursing students' learning. However, variation in how - or if - these approaches are implemented by faculty and nursing educators is prevalent. A thorough, applied understanding of h ... Full text Open Access Cite

Strategies for conducting reviews

Journal Article Nurse Author & Editor · December 2022 Full text Cite

Dissemination of doctor of nursing practice project findings: Benefits and challenges associated with publishing in healthcare journals.

Journal Article Nursing outlook · November 2022 BackgroundDoctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) programs require a project to improve outcomes in a health care setting. However, dissemination methods vary.PurposeThis evaluation examined benefits and challenges associated with submitting pro ... Full text Cite

Predatory conferences: a systematic scoping review.

Journal Article BMJ open · November 2022 ObjectiveTo systematically map the scholarly literature on predatory conferences and describe the present state of research and the prevalent attitudes about these conferences.MethodsThis scoping review follows Preferred Reporting Items f ... Full text Cite

Exploring the Accuracy of Cited References in a Selected Data Set of Nursing Journal Articles.

Journal Article ANS. Advances in nursing science · July 2022 Accuracy of cited references in scholarly publications gives credit to original authors and offers information for readers to access sources for additional review. Errors in this foundational information can, at a minimum, create confusion and additional b ... Full text Cite

Writing a book: Strategies for your success

Journal Article Nurse Author & Editor · June 2022 Full text Cite

Virtual Simulation to Reinforce Nursing Staff Resuscitation Responses.

Journal Article Journal for nurses in professional development · May 2022 In-hospital cardiac arrests have high mortality rates, increased by delayed resuscitation. Using a single group pre-post interventional design to implement virtual cardiac arrest simulations for medical-surgical units, the purpose of this project was to de ... Full text Cite

Nursing Students From China and the United States: Learning Together Through Virtual Simulation.

Journal Article Nursing education perspectives · May 2022 AimThe purpose of this project was to connect nursing students from schools of nursing in China and the United States for colearning using virtual simulations.BackgroundWith technology and international partnerships, nursing programs can ... Full text Cite

How to identify predatory journals in a search: Precautions for nurses.

Journal Article Nursing · April 2022 AbstractNursing journals offer important content on new practices and approaches to care. Unfortunately, predatory journals that use unsavory publication practices have emerged. This article shares guidance to help nurses effectively appraise info ... Full text Cite

Addressing Nursing Scholarship: A Framework for Currency and Number of References.

Journal Article The Canadian journal of nursing research = Revue canadienne de recherche en sciences infirmieres · March 2022 BackgroundTimeliness and number of references in written work is often a topic of controversy. Decisions about choice of references become complex when there is little recent published information or a great deal of important historical work on a ... Full text Cite

Using an implementation science framework to advance the science of nursing education.

Journal Article Journal of professional nursing : official journal of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing · March 2022 BackgroundThe process of adopting evidence-based educational practices and teaching methods has not been examined in nursing education.PurposeThis article provides a framework for adopting educational evidence and designing studies in nur ... Full text Open Access Cite

Personalized Training Schedules for Retention and Sustainment of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Skills.

Journal Article Simulation in healthcare : journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare · February 2022 IntroductionThe study examined how the spacing of training during initial acquisition of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skill affects longer-term retention and sustainment of these skills.MethodsThis was a multiphased, longitudinal s ... Full text Cite

Some Principles to Guide Assessment of Competencies.

Journal Article Nurse educator · January 2022 Full text Cite

Digital object identifier: The DOI

Journal Article Nurse Author & Editor · December 2021 Full text Cite

Strategies for completing a successful integrative review

Journal Article Nurse Author & Editor · December 2021 Full text Cite

Publishing in Predatory Journals: Guidelines for Nursing Faculty in Promotion and Tenure Policies.

Journal Article Journal of nursing scholarship : an official publication of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing · November 2021 PurposeThe purpose of this study was to assess the extent to which academic promotion and tenure (APT) criteria and guidelines in schools of nursing recognize predatory publishing. This assessment included an analysis of APT documents looking spec ... Full text Cite

Response to Letter to the Editor from Schutte, Fokkens, Bertens, and Scherpbier re: Research in Nursing Education and the Institutional Review Board/Ethics Committee.

Journal Article Journal of professional nursing : official journal of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing · November 2021 Full text Cite

Is Nursing Education an Advanced Practice Specialty?

Journal Article Nurse educator · September 2021 Full text Cite

Impact of a Digital Intervention on Perceived Stress, Resiliency, Social Support, and Intention to Leave Among Newly Licensed Graduate Nurses: A Randomized Controlled Trial.

Journal Article Journal of continuing education in nursing · August 2021 BackgroundThe nursing shortage has been deemed a public health crisis as the turnover rate of newly licensed graduate nurses (NLGNs) continues to grow. One of five NLGNs are leaving the profession due to work dissatisfaction and feelings of inadeq ... Full text Cite

Integrity of Databases for Literature Searches in Nursing: Avoiding Predatory Journals.

Journal Article ANS. Advances in nursing science · April 2021 The quality of literature used as the foundation to any research or scholarly project is critical. The purpose of this study was to analyze the extent to which predatory nursing journals were included in credible databases, MEDLINE, Cumulative Index to Nur ... Full text Cite

Research in nursing education and the institutional review board/ethics committee.

Journal Article Journal of professional nursing : official journal of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing · March 2021 BackgroundInstitutional review board (IRB) or research ethics committee approval is intended to protect the rights of human subjects. Assurance that ethical standards are met is essential for educational research and quality improvement (QI) proje ... Full text Cite

An Evaluation of Websites Offering Caregiver Education for Tracheostomy and Home Mechanical Ventilation.

Journal Article Journal of pediatric nursing · January 2021 BackgroundParental and familial caregivers of a child with a tracheostomy, and possibly home mechanical ventilation (HMV), face the overwhelming task of learning to medically care for their child prior to discharge. Caregivers may cope by seeking ... Full text Cite

Foreword

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PedCheck: A Dashboard for Analyzing Social Media Posts about Predatory Journals

Journal Article Serials Review · January 1, 2021 Predatory journals are continuing to expand across disciplines and target researchers via different media such as websites and spam emails to potential authors. While multiple studies have described characteristics of predatory journals, less research has ... Full text Cite

Implementing a Goal-Directed Therapy Protocol for Fluid Resuscitation in the Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit.

Journal Article AACN advanced critical care · December 2020 BackgroundBalancing fluid administration and titration of vasoactive medications is critical to preventing postoperative complications in cardiac surgical patients.ObjectiveTo evaluate the impact of implementing a goal-directed therapy pr ... Full text Cite

An Assessment of Predatory Publication Use in Reviews.

Journal Article Clinical nurse specialist CNS · July 2020 Purpose/aimsPredatory journals, characterized by poor editorial practices and questionable peer review, constitute a threat to academic literature. Citations to predatory journals in reviews of research potentially weaken the strength of these rev ... Full text Cite

A bibliometric analysis of articles identified by editors as representing excellence in nursing publication: Replication and extension.

Journal Article Journal of advanced nursing · May 2020 AimsTo analyse subsequent citations of 91 articles identified by editors as reflecting excellence in nursing literature and in a companion dataset of 82 other articles from the same journals; and to compare the concepts of reach, persistence, and ... Full text Cite

Nursing Education Research: A New Era.

Journal Article Nurse educator · May 2020 Full text Cite

Analysis of Citation Patterns and Impact of Predatory Sources in the Nursing Literature.

Journal Article Journal of nursing scholarship : an official publication of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing · May 2020 PurposeThis study was undertaken to learn how predatory journal articles were cited in articles published in legitimate (nonpredatory) nursing journals. The extent of citation and citation patterns were studied.DesignA two-phase approach ... Full text Cite

Baseline Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Skill Performance of Nursing Students Is Improved After One Resuscitation Quality Improvement Skill Refresher.

Journal Article Journal for nurses in professional development · March 2020 This article reports the results of baseline cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills performance measurements from 467 nursing students. All participants had completed a CPR course. Baseline measurements were compared to performance after one 10-minute ... Full text Cite

Training interval in cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

Journal Article PloS one · January 2020 AimAlthough evidence supports brief, frequent CPR training, optimal training intervals have not been established. The purpose of this study was to compare nursing students' CPR skills (compressions and ventilations) with 4 different spaced trainin ... Full text Cite

Planning and managing a complex multisite study in the age of technology.

Journal Article Nursing forum · October 2019 A 2-year long, multisite research study that evaluated cardiopulmonary resuscitation skill decay among nursing students was conducted at 10 schools of nursing across the United States. The study was conducted in two phases and required carefully timed sess ... Full text Cite

Implementing a Weaning Protocol for Cardiac Surgery Patients Using Simulation: A Quality Improvement Project.

Journal Article Dimensions of critical care nursing : DCCN · September 2019 BackgroundMechanical ventilation is the standard of care after cardiac surgery, but it imposes physiologic and psychological stress on patients. The Society of Thoracic Surgery recommends 6 hours as the goal for extubation, but 60% of our patients ... Full text Cite

Building Science and Scholarship in Nursing Education.

Journal Article Nurse educator · September 2019 Full text Cite

An analysis of nursing citations and disciplinary characteristics in 79 articles that represent excellence in nursing publication.

Journal Article Nursing inquiry · July 2019 Development of the knowledge base for a profession depends on research and scholarship that builds on the insights and work of scholars within the discipline and is disseminated through the literature. The purpose of this study was to examine a unique coll ... Full text Cite

Emerging Theories Influencing the Teaching of Clinical Nursing Skills.

Journal Article Journal of continuing education in nursing · June 2019 BackgroundRecognition is increasing that many psychomotor skills essential for safe nursing practice are not being retained. New theories and methods are emerging that, when applied in an organized pedagogical model, could influence initial learni ... Full text Cite

Improving infection control practices of nurse anesthetists in the anesthesia workspace.

Journal Article American journal of infection control · May 2019 BackgroundAnesthesia providers commonly cross-contaminate their workspace and subsequently put patients at risk for a health care-acquired infection. The primary objective of this project was to determine if education and implementation of standar ... Full text Cite

Publication Productivity of Nursing Faculty in Selected Schools of Nursing Across the United States.

Journal Article J Nurs Scholarsh · May 2019 PURPOSE: Faculty productivity related to research and scholarship is assessed in schools of nursing throughout the world. The purpose of this study was to examine the publication productivity of nursing faculty at each academic rank and in both tenure and ... Full text Link to item Cite

Nurse educators’ use of lecture and active learning

Journal Article Teaching and Learning in Nursing · April 1, 2019 The results of numerous studies suggest that by using active learning strategies educators can improve student learning outcomes. We asked 536 nurse educators teaching in prelicensure programs to estimate the extent that they integrate active learning stra ... Full text Cite

Newly licensed nurse resiliency and interventions to promote resiliency in the first year of hire: An integrative review

Journal Article Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing · April 1, 2019 Background: Lack of resiliency contributes to growing dissatisfaction among newly licensed nurses (NLNs) and often leads to clinical errors and job resignations. Method: An integrative review synthesized current research investigating NLNs’ resiliency with ... Full text Cite

Curriculum Revision: Making Informed Decisions.

Journal Article Nurse educator · January 2019 Full text Cite

Doulas in the Operating Room: An Innovative Approach to Supporting Skin-to-Skin Care During Cesarean Birth.

Journal Article Journal of midwifery & women's health · January 2019 IntroductionSkin-to-skin care (SSC) immediately after birth is recommended for all women and their newborns. Barriers to SSC after cesarean birth lead to delays in initiation of this practice. The purpose of this quality improvement project was to ... Full text Cite

Citations of articles in predatory nursing journals.

Journal Article Nurs Outlook · 2019 BACKGROUND: Nursing journals from predatory publication outlets may look authentic and seem to be a credible source of information. However, further inspection may reveal otherwise. PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to analyze publication and dissemin ... Full text Link to item Cite

Preparing for a role as nurse educator

Chapter · December 7, 2018 Cite

A bibliometric analysis of 81 articles that represent excellence in nursing publication.

Journal Article Journal of advanced nursing · December 2018 AimTo analyze publication patterns of 81 articles included in a "virtual journal."BackgroundFrom May-July 2017, editors submitted articles from their journals representing distinction in nursing research, education, or practice. Brief res ... Full text Cite

Selecting Keywords for your Manuscript

Journal Article Nurse author & editor · December 2018 Link to item Cite

Watch Out for Emails From Predatory Publishers.

Journal Article Nurse educator · November 2018 Full text Cite

Negative Effects of "Predatory" Journals on Global Health Research.

Journal Article Annals of global health · November 2018 Predatory journals (PJ) exploit the open-access model promising high acceptance rate and fast track publishing without proper peer review. At minimum, PJ are eroding the credibility of the scientific literature in the health sciences as they actually boost ... Full text Cite

Effects of iPad Video Education on Patient Knowledge, Satisfaction, and Cardiac Rehabilitation Attendance.

Journal Article Quality management in health care · October 2018 PurposeThe purpose of this project was to examine the outcomes of using video education as an adjunct to standard discharge education for patients receiving percutaneous coronary intervention. Outcomes included knowledge about heart disease and di ... Full text Cite

Wanted: Evidence to Guide Clinical Teaching.

Journal Article Nurse educator · September 2018 Full text Cite

Preparing Clinicians for Transitioning Patients Across Care Settings and Into the Home Through Simulation.

Journal Article Home healthcare now · July 2018 Assuring home care staff competencies through simulation has the potential to improve care transitions and clinical outcomes. Recreating a home environment can be used for orientation of home care staff and to meet other learning needs. Lessons learned fro ... Full text Cite

Grade Incentive to Boost Course Evaluation Response Rates.

Journal Article International journal of nursing education scholarship · June 2018 Abstract In most schools of nursing, students rate their satisfaction with courses and teachers at the end of the semester. Low response rates on these evaluations make it difficult to interpret the results. Students were incentivized to complete their cou ... Full text Cite

Quality of Author Guidelines in Nursing Journals.

Journal Article J Nurs Scholarsh · May 2018 PURPOSE: The aims of this study were to (a) describe the information provided in author guidelines in nursing journals, (b) assess the completeness of this information, and (c) identify the extent and types of reporting guidelines used in nursing journals. ... Full text Link to item Cite

Considerations for Developing a Student Evaluation of Teaching Form

Journal Article Teaching and Learning in Nursing · April 1, 2018 Student evaluations of teaching (SET) provide feedback to nursing faculty for improving courses and teaching and to administrators for making personnel decisions affecting faculty. We surveyed the literature to better understand the content of and types of ... Full text Cite

Characteristics of E-Mail Solicitations From Predatory Nursing Journals and Publishers.

Journal Article Journal of continuing education in nursing · April 2018 Predatory publishers solicit manuscripts through e-mail invitations to potential authors, with the goal of enticing authors to submit a manuscript to the journal. This descriptive study examined the characteristics of 206 e-mail invitations from predatory ... Full text Cite

Multimedia Education Reduces Anxiety in Lung Transplant Patients.

Journal Article Prog Transplant · March 2018 CONTEXT: A significant contribution to the success of lung transplantation is the recipient's ability to self-manage a multidrug regimen and follow complex instructions. Effective education has always been an integral component of the process of preparing ... Full text Link to item Cite

Student evaluations of teaching (SET): Guidelines for their use.

Journal Article Nurs Forum · January 18, 2018 Student evaluations of teaching (SET) provide a structured way of collecting feedback from students about the course and teacher's effectiveness. We reviewed literature describing use of SET across a broad range of disciplines in undergraduate and graduate ... Full text Link to item Cite

Quality of articles published in predatory nursing journals.

Journal Article Nurs Outlook · 2018 BACKGROUND: Predatory journals exist in nursing and lack the safeguards of traditional publishing practices. PURPOSE: To examine the quality of articles published in predatory nursing journals. METHOD: Randomly selected articles (n = 358) were reviewed for ... Full text Link to item Cite

Planning Assignments in Nursing Courses: Be Strategic.

Journal Article Nurse educator · January 2018 Full text Cite

Guidance Provided to Authors on Citing and Formatting References in Nursing Journals.

Journal Article J Nurses Prof Dev · 2018 Reference citations should be accurate, complete, and presented in a consistent format. This study analyzed information provided to authors on preparing citations and references for manuscripts submitted to nursing journals (n = 209). Half of the journals ... Full text Link to item Cite

Letter to the editor.

Journal Article J Prof Nurs · 2018 Full text Link to item Cite

Basic skills for teaching and the advanced practice registered nurse

Chapter · October 20, 2017 Meet all the challenges of professional practice--whatever your specialty or environment. ... Cite

Clinical Teaching Strategies in Nursing, Fifth Edition

Book · September 28, 2017 This highly acclaimed text provides a comprehensive framework for planning, guiding, and evaluating learning activities for undergraduate and graduate nursing students in a wide variety of clinical settings. ... Cite

Use of a Virtual Learning Platform for Distance-Based Simulation in an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Curriculum.

Journal Article Dimensions of critical care nursing : DCCN · September 2017 BackgroundAcute care nurse practitioner (ACNP) programs that use high-fidelity simulation as a teaching tool need to consider innovative strategies to provide distance-based students with learning experiences that are comparable to those in a simu ... Full text Cite

Building Your Scholarship From Your Teaching: Plan Now.

Journal Article Nurse educator · September 2017 Full text Cite

Clinical Teaching Strategies in Nursing

Book · September 2017 Kathleen B. Gaberson's name appears first in the previous edition. ... Cite

Teaching in Nursing and Role of the Educator, Second Edition The Complete Guide to Best Practice in Teaching, Evaluation, and Curriculum Development

Book · August 28, 2017 With essential, updated content for novice and experienced nurse educators This evidence-based text delivers the full scope of knowledge necessary for novice and experienced faculty to become competent teachers in nursing. ... Cite

Development and Implementation of an Educational Module to Increase Nurses' Comfort With Spiritual Care in an Inpatient Setting.

Journal Article Journal of continuing education in nursing · August 2017 Increasing focus is being placed on providing spiritual care for patients as a component of holistic nursing care. Studies indicate that patients whose spiritual needs are met report higher quality of and satisfaction with their care. However, nurses are n ... Full text Cite

Publication Metrics

Journal Article Nurse author & editor · July 20, 2017 Link to item Cite

Mentoring and Development Resources Available to New Doctorally Prepared Faculty in Nursing.

Journal Article Nursing education perspectives · July 2017 AimThis study examined faculty mentoring practices and strategies currently in place in nursing programs.BackgroundMentoring is a critical component of organizations and can be especially important in times of organizational change. Schoo ... Full text Cite

CiteScore and Nursing Journals

Journal Article Nurse author & editor · May 5, 2017 Link to item Cite

Writing Together to Get AHEAD: an interprofessional boot camp to support scholarly writing in the health professions.

Journal Article J Med Libr Assoc · April 2017 BACKGROUND: Writing for publication is an integral skill for both sharing research findings and career advancement, yet many faculty lack expertise, support, and time to author scholarly publications. Health professions educators identified writing as an a ... Full text Link to item Cite

Establishing Inter- and Intrarater Reliability for High-Stakes Testing Using Simulation.

Journal Article Nursing education perspectives · March 2017 AimThis article reports one method to develop a standardized training method to establish the inter- and intrarater reliability of a group of raters for high-stakes testing.BackgroundSimulation is used increasingly for high-stakes testing ... Full text Cite

Preparing Nurse Faculty: It's for Everyone.

Journal Article Nurse educator · January 2017 Full text Cite

Effect of Peer-to-Peer Nurse-Physician Collaboration on Attitudes Toward the Nurse-Physician Relationship.

Journal Article J Nurses Prof Dev · 2017 The goal of this study was to pilot a novel peer-to-peer nurse-physician collaboration program and assess for changes in attitudes toward collaboration among a group of newly licensed nurses and resident physicians (n = 39). The program included large grou ... Full text Link to item Cite

Implementation and Evaluation of Self-Scheduling in a Hospital System.

Journal Article Journal for nurses in professional development · January 2017 Inflexible work schedules affect job satisfaction and influence nurse turnover. Job satisfaction is a significant predictor of nurse retention. Acute care hospitals report that job satisfaction is influenced by autonomy and educational opportunity. This pr ... Full text Cite

Personalizing training to acquire and sustain competence through use of a cognitive model

Conference Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) · January 1, 2017 One-size-fits-all fixed calendar date approaches to training have proven to be inadequate across an array of domains and contexts, and in the medical field specifically, many studies document that skills deteriorate as early as two months after training (e ... Full text Cite

Hiring and Retaining Home Care Nurses.

Journal Article Home healthcare now · January 2017 Home care agencies are tasked with finding increasingly cost-efficient care processes to improve the quality of patient care outcomes. Hiring and retaining nurses who are well suited for home care are important factors that can influence the cost and provi ... Full text Cite

Study of Predatory Open Access Nursing Journals.

Journal Article J Nurs Scholarsh · November 2016 PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to identify predatory journals in nursing, describe their characteristics and editorial standards, and document experiences of authors, peer reviewers, and editors affiliated with these journals. DESIGN: Using two sou ... Full text Link to item Cite

Writing Across the Curriculum: Strategies to Improve the Writing Skills of Nursing Students.

Journal Article Nursing forum · October 2016 BackgroundWriting across the curriculum (WAC) is a strategy in which writing instruction occurs in classes outside of composition, literature, and other English courses. This literature review was conducted to identify and synthesize the peer-revi ... Full text Cite

Towards an Evidence-Based Methodology for High-Stakes Evaluation of Nursing Students’ Clinical Performance Using Simulation

Journal Article Teaching and Learning in Nursing · October 1, 2016 The aim of this study was to explore the feasibility of developing scenarios for high-stakes evaluation of students’ clinical performance. We used video recordings of graduating nursing students performing in these scenarios. This article shares the findin ... Full text Cite

Thinking About Teaching in Nursing.

Journal Article Nurse educator · September 2016 Full text Cite

Reflections on Clinical Teaching in Nursing.

Journal Article Nurse educator · July 2016 Full text Cite

Why the Title of Your Manuscript Is Important.

Journal Article Nurse educator · July 2016 Full text Cite

Summative Simulated-Based Assessment in Nursing Programs.

Journal Article The Journal of nursing education · June 2016 BackgroundSummative simulated-based assessments are intended to determine students' competence in practice. These assessments need to be carefully designed and implemented especially when the results are used to make high-stakes decisions.Meth ... Full text Cite

Framework for Teaching Psychomotor and Procedural Skills in Nursing.

Journal Article Journal of continuing education in nursing · June 2016 The development of psychomotor and procedural skills requires opportunities for repetitive practice combined with specific, informational feedback from the teacher, another expert, or simulator to correct performance errors. Practice enables learners to re ... Full text Cite

Hiring Intentions of Directors of Nursing Programs Related to DNP- and PhD-Prepared Faculty and Roles of Faculty.

Journal Article Journal of professional nursing : official journal of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing · May 2016 This study surveyed administrators of associate degree in nursing (ADN) and bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) programs across the United States to identify hiring intentions and describe the roles and responsibilities of DNP- and PhD-prepared faculty me ... Full text Cite

Using Simulation for Summative Evaluation in Nursing.

Journal Article Nurse educator · May 2016 Full text Cite

A Systematic Approach to Assessment and Evaluation of Nursing Programs

Book · May 1, 2016 Published by the National League for Nursing, A Systematic Approach to Assessment and Evaluation of Nursing Programs promotes innovation and excellence in nursing education by providing truly transformative strategies for conducting ongoing ... ... Cite

Teaching Psychomotor Skills in Nursing.

Journal Article Nurse educator · March 2016 Full text Cite

Supporting Students With Disabilities.

Journal Article Nurse educator · January 2016 Full text Cite

Innovation in Nursing Education: What Outcomes?

Journal Article Nurse educator · November 2015 Full text Cite

The National League for Nursing Project to Explore the Use of Simulation for High-Stakes Assessment: Process, Outcomes, and Recommendations.

Journal Article Nursing education perspectives · September 2015 AimThis project was designed to explore the feasibility of using simulation for high-stakes assessment in pre-licensure RN programs.MethodA think tank of experts recommended simulation scenarios suitable for assessing students at the end ... Full text Cite

Dedicated Education Unit Model for a Transition Into Practice Course.

Journal Article Journal of continuing education in nursing · September 2015 A dedicated education unit (DEU) model involves a collaborative partnership between a clinical agency and a school of nursing. This article describes the development of a DEU for a transition to practice course. No differences were noted in the satisfactio ... Full text Cite

Open Access Journals

Journal Article Nurse Educator · September 1, 2015 Full text Cite

Use of Workshops to Develop Nurses' and Nursing Students' Writing Skills.

Journal Article Journal of continuing education in nursing · August 2015 Workshops have been described in the literature as a strategy for preparing nurses to publish their work and develop their writing skills. Articles about the use of workshops for these purposes have not been integrated systematically. Seventeen articles we ... Full text Cite

Faculty openings, shortage, and mentoring in associate degree nursing programs

Journal Article Teaching and Learning in Nursing · July 1, 2015 This study surveyed directors of associate degree in nursing programs (. n=. 253) to identify faculty openings, examine hiring practices, and learn more about the faculty shortage. Directors reported few open faculty positions. Most reported a faculty shor ... Full text Cite

Vertical patient flow: is it safe and effective?

Journal Article Journal of emergency nursing · May 2015 Full text Cite

Use of deliberate practice in teaching in nursing.

Journal Article Nurse education today · April 2015 Full text Cite

Tailoring your heart failure project for success in rural areas.

Journal Article Quality management in health care · April 2015 PurposeThe purpose of this project was to decrease heart failure (HF) readmissions in a rural community by redesigning the inpatient education model.MethodsAn integrated plan of care (ICP) was developed using 6 interventions, tailored to ... Full text Cite

Writing for Publication in Nursing, Third Edition

Book · February 28, 2015 Print+CourseSmart ... Cite

Celebrating 30 Years of JNCQ.

Journal Article Journal of nursing care quality · 2015 Full text Cite

Systematic review of educational programs and strategies for developing students' and nurses' writing skills.

Journal Article The Journal of nursing education · January 2015 The purpose of this article is to describe the outcomes of a systematic review of educational programs and strategies for developing the writing skills of nursing students and nurses. Of 728 screened citations, 80 articles were included in the review. Writ ... Full text Cite

Resources at nurse educator web site.

Journal Article Nurse educator · 2015 Full text Cite

Defining and assessing the scholarship of teaching in nursing.

Journal Article Journal of professional nursing : official journal of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing · September 2014 Scholarship of teaching is inquiry about learning and teaching-asking questions about what works best and why and seeking answers through a systematic approach. This article provides a broad view of the scholarship of teaching in nursing, which captures th ... Full text Cite

An evaluation of state-based support-for-service programs targeting nurse faculty.

Journal Article Nursing education perspectives · September 2014 AimThe aim of the study was to assess how state-based support-for-service (SFS) programs are used by deans and directors of nursing programs and to evaluate their perceived impact.BackgroundGiven projected nurse faculty shortages, stakeho ... Full text Cite

Hiring and incorporating doctor of nursing practice-prepared nurse faculty into academic nursing programs.

Journal Article The Journal of nursing education · August 2014 Semistructured interviews were conducted with 15 deans and directors of nursing programs across the United States to gain an understanding of how Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)-prepared nurses seeking academic positions are hired and used in schools of n ... Full text Cite

Patient education in home care: strategies for success.

Journal Article Home healthcare nurse · May 2014 This article describes principles for patient education, beginning with assessment of learning needs through evaluation. Strategies for effective teaching in the home care setting are presented, including use of educational resources. ... Full text Cite

Clinical Teaching Strategies in Nursing, Fourth Edition

Book · March 5, 2014 Additionally, this edition provides guidelines for using preceptors, evaluating multimedia, and observing students in practice; sample observation guidelines, learning assignments, and clinical learning activities; and sample policies for ... ... Cite

Preparing quality improvement, research, and evidence-based practice manuscripts.

Journal Article Nursing economic$ · March 2014 Understanding how to organize a manuscript reporting quality improvement (QI), research, and evidence-based practice (EBP) initiatives is important to provide essential information for readers to evaluate the findings for possible use in their own settings ... Cite

Effects of practice on competency in single-rescuer cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

Journal Article Medsurg nursing : official journal of the Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses · January 2014 Cite

New standards for safe patient handling and mobility.

Journal Article Journal of nursing care quality · October 2013 Full text Cite

Addressing the impact factors of nursing education journals.

Journal Article The Journal of nursing education · September 2013 Full text Cite

Impact factors of nursing journals: what nurses need to know.

Journal Article Journal of continuing education in nursing · July 2013 Impact factors (IFs) are scores based on the frequency with which articles in a journal have been cited in other journals during a 2-year or 5-year period. Impact factors vary across disciplines and even within fields because of differences in citing behav ... Full text Cite

Evaluation of heart failure websites for patient education.

Journal Article Advanced emergency nursing journal · July 2013 Eight of 10 people use the Internet to find health information. Considering the prevalence of heart failure (HF), there are many websites dedicated to patient education, disease management, and symptom prevention of HF. However, some of these websites may ... Full text Cite

The clinical nurse educator as leader.

Journal Article Nurse education in practice · January 2013 The National League for Nursing recognizes leadership as an important aspect of the educator role. The purpose of this article is to describe leadership in the context of clinical nursing education and how clinical nurse educators enact leadership. The art ... Full text Cite

Opening the dialogue: what counts?

Journal Article Journal of continuing education in nursing · September 2012 Full text Cite

The relationship of ethics education to moral sensitivity and moral reasoning skills of nursing students.

Journal Article Nursing ethics · July 2012 This study described the relationships between academic class and student moral sensitivity and reasoning and between curriculum design components for ethics education and student moral sensitivity and reasoning. The data were collected from freshman (n = ... Full text Cite

Student satisfaction and self report of CPR competency: HeartCode BLS courses, instructor-led CPR courses, and monthly voice advisory manikin practice for CPR skill maintenance.

Journal Article International journal of nursing education scholarship · June 2012 This study evaluated the effects of brief monthly refresher training on CPR skill retention, confidence, and satisfaction with CPR skill level of 606 nursing students from ten different US schools. Students were randomized to course type, HeartCode™ Basic ... Full text Cite

Competence in CPR.

Journal Article The American journal of nursing · May 2012 Full text Cite

Preface

Journal Article Interpersonal Rejection · March 22, 2012 Full text Cite

Building evidence for practice: not without dissemination.

Journal Article MCN. The American journal of maternal child nursing · March 2012 Full text Cite

Editorial: Impact factors and clinical specialty nursing journals.

Journal Article Journal of clinical nursing · February 2012 Full text Cite

Findings from a nursing student CPR study: implications for staff development educators.

Journal Article Journal for nurses in staff development : JNSD : official journal of the National Nursing Staff Development Organization · January 2012 This article reports a secondary data analysis of a year-long study with 606 nursing students involving brief monthly CPR practice with voice-activated manikins versus no practice. Findings indicate that even with monthly practice and accurate voice-activa ... Full text Cite

Conducting multisite research studies in nursing education: brief practice of CPR skills as an exemplar.

Journal Article The Journal of nursing education · January 2012 Few large, multisite studies have been conducted in nursing education, and literature pertaining to conducting those studies is lacking. We recently completed a randomized trial to examine the effects of brief practice on nursing students' retention of CPR ... Full text Cite

Faculty development: doing more with less.

Journal Article Journal of continuing education in nursing · December 2011 Faculty development is essential to prepare novice nurse educators for their teaching role and to keep experienced faculty up to date with new educational approaches. This article describes a comprehensive and cost-effective program for faculty development ... Full text Cite

NLN Project to Explore Use of Simulation for High Stakes Assessment

Conference CLINICAL SIMULATION IN NURSING · November 1, 2011 Link to item Cite

How baccalaureate nursing programs teach writing.

Journal Article Nursing forum · October 2011 BackgroundWritten communication skills are critical for nursing practice. However, nursing faculty often find students unprepared to communicate clearly and effectively in writing. This integrative review identifies and discusses specific approach ... Full text Cite

Deliberate practice of motor skills in nursing education: CPR as exemplar.

Journal Article Nursing education perspectives · September 2011 Our study explored the effects of deliberate practice on the retention ofcardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) psychomotor skills among nursing students. The practice sessions were short, six minutes a session one time a month. Differences in performance bet ... Full text Cite

Effects of monthly practice on nursing students' CPR psychomotor skill performance.

Journal Article Resuscitation · April 2011 AimsThe study examined the effects of brief monthly practice on nursing students' CPR psychomotor skill performance at 3, 6, 9, and 12 months compared to a control group with no practice, and of repeating the initial BLS course at 12 months.Me ... Full text Cite

MANAGERS' PERSPECTIVES OF NEW GRADUATES OF ACCELERATED NURSING PROGRAMS Reply

Journal Article JOURNAL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION IN NURSING · April 1, 2011 Link to item Cite

Toward evidence-based nursing education: deliberate practice and motor skill learning.

Journal Article The Journal of nursing education · February 2011 Full text Cite

Reply

Journal Article Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing · January 1, 2011 Full text Cite

Dissemination of research into clinical nursing literature.

Journal Article Journal of clinical nursing · December 2010 AimThe purpose of our study was to describe the dissemination of research into the clinical nursing literature.BackgroundThe literature provides a means of transferring knowledge from a research study through citations of the work by othe ... Full text Cite

HeartCode BLS with voice assisted manikin for teaching nursing students: preliminary results.

Journal Article Nursing education perspectives · September 2010 The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of HeartCode BLS, a self-directed, computer-based course for obtaining basic life support (BLS) certification. For part 2 of the course, students learned and practiced their cardiopulmonary resusc ... Cite

Performance, satisfaction, and transition into practice of graduates of accelerated nursing programs.

Journal Article Journal for nurses in staff development : JNSD : official journal of the National Nursing Staff Development Organization · September 2010 This study examined differences in performance, job satisfaction, and transition into the professional role of new graduates of accelerated nursing programs compared with graduates of other types of prelicensure programs. The setting was a major medical ce ... Full text Cite

Managers' perspectives of new graduates of accelerated nursing programs: how do they compare with other graduates?

Journal Article Journal of continuing education in nursing · September 2010 Nurse managers in focus groups reported that new graduates of all types of prelicensure programs were not prepared clinically for beginning practice. Graduates of accelerated programs had similar knowledge and skills as other new nurses but also brought wo ... Full text Cite

Comparison of two instructional modalities for nursing student CPR skill acquisition.

Journal Article Resuscitation · August 2010 AimsThe purpose of the study was to compare performance based measures of CPR skills (compressions, ventilations with bag-valve-mask (BVM), and single rescuer CPR) from two types of CPR courses: a computer-based course (HeartCode BLS) with voice a ... Full text Cite

Clinical Teaching Strategies in Nursing, Third Edition

Book · March 28, 2010 Named a 2013 Doody's Essential Purchase! "I recommend this book as an introduction to new educators involved in clinical teaching. ... Cite

Graphics for dissemination of meta-analyses to staff nurses.

Journal Article Nurse researcher · January 2010 Meta-analytic findings can be useful to nurses seeking research results to guide practice, but graphics used by meta-analysts take time to master. Simpler displays can be created by staff development educators if they understand commonly used meta-analytic ... Full text Cite

Advantages and barriers to use of HeartCode BLS with voice advisory manikins for teaching nursing students.

Journal Article International journal of nursing education scholarship · January 2010 Nursing students are expected to have competency in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR): they may care for patients at risk for cardiac arrest and may encounter other emergency situations in their clinical practice. In the United States, students may take ... Full text Cite

Clinical evaluation and grading practices in schools of nursing: national survey findings part II.

Journal Article Nursing education perspectives · November 2009 To better understand how nurse educators evaluate and grade students' clinical practice, the Evaluation of Learning Advisory Council of the National League for Nursing conducted a survey of faculty (N = 1,573) in all types of prelicensure RN programs. This ... Cite

Assessment and grading practices in schools of nursing: national survey findings part I.

Journal Article Nursing education perspectives · September 2009 In fall 2007, the Evaluation of Learning Advisory Council of the National League for Nursing conducted a survey on the assessment and evaluation strategies and grading practices used by nurse faculty in prelicensure RN programs. This article describes how ... Cite

A Letter to Nursing Program Administrators About Simulation

Journal Article Clinical Simulation in Nursing · September 1, 2009 Full text Cite

New JNCQ web site: supporting your work in quality and safety.

Journal Article Journal of nursing care quality · July 2009 Full text Cite

From the editor

Journal Article Journal of Nursing Care Quality · April 1, 2009 Cite

Using a wiki in nursing education and research.

Journal Article International journal of nursing education scholarship · January 2009 With a wiki, learners can share information, resources, and experiences, and work together as a group. A wiki is equally valuable to a nursing research team: it can be used to communicate information to team members; foster collaboration among the team; di ... Full text Cite

Effectiveness of an intervention for disseminating Cochrane Reviews to nurses.

Journal Article Urologic nursing · January 2009 Disseminating research findings to clinicians can be a challenging task. In this study, researchers tested the effectiveness of disseminating summaries of systematic reviews to clinicians. The findings suggest that these summaries are well-accepted by nurs ... Cite

Web citations in the nursing literature: how accurate are they?

Journal Article Journal of professional nursing : official journal of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing · November 2008 One problem with using Web citations is whether those documents will be available over time. We examined 573 Web citations in articles published in nursing journals and checked their availability (either by direct link or by searching the main site). There ... Full text Cite

Ideas for postclinical conferences

Journal Article Teaching and Learning in Nursing · July 1, 2008 Are students learning in your postclinical conferences or "counting the minutes" until they are done? There are many outcomes of learning that can be achieved in a clinical conference if planned in advance. The purposes of this article are to provide guide ... Full text Cite

Information sources for developing the nursing literature.

Journal Article International journal of nursing studies · April 2008 BackgroundJournals are an important method for disseminating research findings and other evidence for practice to nurses. Bibliometric analyses of nursing journals can reveal information about authorship, types of documents cited, and how informat ... Full text Cite

Reading assignments in nursing courses: Some guidelines for faculty

Journal Article Teaching and Learning in Nursing · April 1, 2008 This article reviews the literature on assigned reading in prelicensure nursing programs and examines applicable studies from other disciplines. The authors provide recommendations that faculty members can use to make reading assignments an effective learn ... Full text Cite

Strategies for using assigned reading in nursing courses.

Journal Article Nurse educator · March 2008 Full text Cite

Dissemination of research in clinical nursing journals.

Journal Article Journal of clinical nursing · January 2008 AimThe purposes of the study were to describe the extent of research, clinical and evidence-based practice articles published in clinical nursing journals and to explore the communication of research and practice knowledge in the clinical nursing ... Full text Cite

Effectiveness of an intervention for disseminating Cochrane reviews to nurses.

Journal Article Medsurg nursing : official journal of the Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses · December 2007 Disseminating research findings to clinicians can be a challenging task. In this study, researchers tested the effectiveness of disseminating summaries of systematic reviews to clinicians. The findings suggest that these summaries are well-accepted by nurs ... Cite

Approaches to gathering evidence for educational practices in nursing.

Journal Article Journal of continuing education in nursing · November 2007 There are many initiatives under way to teach nursing staff about evidence-based practice, but how many educators seek evidence as a basis for their teaching? Nursing education needs more higher quality research, teachers willing to question their current ... Full text Cite

An evaluation of sepsis Web sites for patient and family education.

Journal Article Plastic surgical nursing : official journal of the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgical Nurses · October 2007 More and more consumers are using the Internet to find answers to questions about healthcare. Unfortunately, information at health Web sites may be incorrect, biased, and outdated. The purpose of our project was to identify Web sites on sepsis that could b ... Full text Cite

Citation analysis of the maternal/child nursing literature.

Journal Article Pediatric nursing · September 2007 Few bibliometric studies have been done of the nursing literature; however, much can be learned about nursing and specialty areas of clinical practice by examining the articles published in nursing journals. The purposes of this study were to describe the ... Cite

Hit the Web to help guide your practice.

Journal Article Nursing management · February 2007 Full text Cite

Internet resources for evidence-based practice in nursing.

Journal Article Plastic surgical nursing : official journal of the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgical Nurses · January 2007 There are many Web sites where nurses can find valuable information on evidence-based practice. This brief article reviews some of those Web sites and includes Internet resources for learning about evidence-based nursing and finding evidence to guide nursi ... Full text Cite

Annual Review of Nursing Education: Preface

Journal Article Annual Review of Nursing Education · December 1, 2006 Cite

Short written assignments for clinical nursing courses.

Journal Article Nurse educator · September 2006 The author describes how short written assignments can be used in clinical nursing courses to promote the development of critical thinking skills of students. With these assignments, students need to independently think about the clinical topic and are les ... Full text Cite

Brief reports for disseminating systematic reviews to nurses.

Journal Article Clinical nurse specialist CNS · September 2006 Much has been written about the importance of using research findings to guide nursing practice. How to best disseminate those findings to nurses remains a challenge. In many clinical settings, nurses interested in research utilization and evidence-based p ... Full text Cite

Multidisciplinary patient education for total joint replacement surgery patients.

Journal Article Orthopedic nursing · July 2006 The purpose of this article is to describe a preadmission, preoperative educational program offered free of charge for patients undergoing total joint replacement surgery at a large teaching hospital located in metropolitan Detroit, Michigan. In establishi ... Full text Cite

A statement by nurse editors.

Journal Article The American journal of nursing · June 2006 Full text Cite

Presenting research to clinicians: strategies for writing about research findings.

Journal Article Nurse researcher · January 2006 Research is of little value to clinical practice if the findings are not appropriately integrated into that practice. While publishing the results of research is essential for translating findings into practice, Marilyn Oermann and colleagues suggest that ... Full text Cite

Evaluation of breastfeeding Web sites for patient education.

Journal Article MCN. The American journal of maternal child nursing · January 2006 PurposeTo evaluate the quality of Web sites on breastfeeding for patient education.Study design and methodDescriptive study of 30 Web sites on breastfeeding for patient education, evaluated based on the Health Information Technology Insti ... Full text Cite

Annual Review of Nursing Education: Preface

Journal Article Annual Review of Nursing Education · December 1, 2005 Cite

Using Web sites on quality health care for teaching consumers in public libraries.

Journal Article Quality management in health care · July 2005 More and more consumers are searching the Internet for health information. Health Web sites vary in quality, though, and not all consumers are aware of the need to evaluate the information they find on the Web. Nurses and other health providers involved in ... Full text Cite

An evaluation of bariatric Web sites for patient education and guidance.

Journal Article Gastroenterology nursing : the official journal of the Society of Gastroenterology Nurses and Associates · March 2005 Bariatric surgery for the treatment of obesity has become a trend, with television and music celebrities touting it as a cure. There has been an extraordinary growth rate in the number of people each year undergoing bariatric surgery, and many of these pat ... Full text Cite

Preface

Journal Article International Public Goods and Transfer of Technology Under a Globalized Intellectual Property Regime · January 1, 2005 In recent years the world has moved sharply toward successive strengthening – and harmonization – of intellectual property protection. There has emerged, at an unprecedented level, both a globalized regime of private rights in information and new foundatio ... Full text Cite

Post-master's certificate in nursing education.

Journal Article International journal of nursing education scholarship · January 2005 With the continued shortage of nursing faculty, schools of nursing need short yet effective means of preparing educators to teach in their programs. One such strategy is a post-master's certificate in nursing education. This article describes the courses, ... Full text Cite

How accurate are references in nursing journals?

Journal Article Nurse author & editor · January 2005 Cite

New web sites on patient safety

Journal Article Journal of Nursing Care Quality · January 1, 2005 Full text Cite

Using active learning in lecture: best of "both worlds".

Journal Article International journal of nursing education scholarship [electronic resource]. · December 1, 2004 Many creative teaching strategies have been developed in recent years in nursing and other fields to promote active learning. These strategies foster development of problem solving, critical thinking, and communication skills, and they encourage students t ... Cite

A nursing interaction approach to consumer Internet training on quality health care

Journal Article Health Education · February 1, 2004 This study examined the effectiveness of using the Internet to teach consumers about quality health care, compared consumer definitions of quality health care prior to and following completion of the Internet experience, and compared ratings of learning, s ... Full text Cite

Reflections on undergraduate nursing education: a look to the future.

Journal Article International journal of nursing education scholarship · January 2004 The nursing shortage combined with a shortage of faculty have created new challenges for schools of nursing particularly at the undergraduate level. At a time when schools are attempting to increase student enrollment, there are fewer faculty available for ... Full text Cite

Internet education of African American consumers on quality of care.

Journal Article Journal of community health nursing · January 2004 This article describes a study using the Internet to teach African American consumers about quality of health care. By reading information on quality of care, consumers can learn ways to assess the care they are receiving, develop strategies needed to part ... Full text Cite

Evaluation of asthma websites for patient and parent education.

Journal Article Journal of pediatric nursing · December 2003 The purpose of this study was to evaluate the quality of websites on asthma for patient and parent education. Seventy websites were evaluated based on the Health Information Technology Institute (HITI) criteria; eight core content criteria from the Nationa ... Full text Cite

Sharing your work: building knowledge about nursing care quality.

Journal Article Journal of nursing care quality · October 2003 Full text Cite

Evaluation of Web sites on management of pain in children.

Journal Article Pain management nursing : official journal of the American Society of Pain Management Nurses · September 2003 Increasingly, consumers access the Internet for information about their health problems and treatments and to learn more about their health care. Although Web sites can be valuable resources, the information may not be accurate or current. The purpose of t ... Full text Cite

Using health web sites for patient education.

Journal Article Journal of wound, ostomy, and continence nursing : official publication of The Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society · July 2003 There are thousands of health web sites, but because of the unregulated nature of the Internet, not all sites provide accurate, complete, and up-to-date information. Nurses have an important role in evaluating health web sites and directing patients to qua ... Full text Cite

How effective is your patient teaching?

Journal Article Journal of wound, ostomy, and continence nursing : official publication of The Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society · May 2003 Full text Cite

Effects of educational intervention in waiting room on patient satisfaction.

Journal Article The Journal of ambulatory care management · April 2003 This study examines the effects of a low-cost educational intervention designed to occupy the waiting time in the clinic on patient satisfaction with the clinic visit. Patients waiting for appointments were randomly assigned to two groups: (1) educational ... Full text Cite

Using the Web to improve seniors' awareness of their role in preventing medical errors.

Journal Article Journal of nursing care quality · April 2003 The purpose of this project was to assess the value of using the Web to teacholder consumers about their role in preventing medical errors. Consumers were recruited from a metropolitan Detroit senior community center. The majority of the participants had l ... Full text Cite

Outcomes of videotape instruction in clinic waiting area.

Journal Article Orthopedic nursing · March 2003 PurposeThe purpose of our study was to examine the effectiveness of general health-promotion teaching for patients in the waiting room of a clinic, using focused videotape instruction.DesignAn experimental design was used.SampleS ... Full text Cite

Use of MindMapper software for research domain mapping.

Journal Article Computers, informatics, nursing : CIN · November 2002 The application of concept mapping software to facilitate the first steps of the research review process is discussed in relation to other software programs currently used for research synthesis. MindMapper software was used to develop a strategy for organ ... Full text Cite

Use of MindMapper software for research domain mapping.

Journal Article Computers, informatics, nursing : CIN · November 1, 2002 The application of concept mapping software to facilitate the first steps of the research review process is discussed in relation to other software programs currently used for research synthesis. MindMapper software was used to develop a strategy for organ ... Cite

Clinic visit and waiting: patient education and satisfaction.

Journal Article Nursing economic$ · November 2002 Teaching should be part of every patient's health care. Even though this study did not show that teaching improves patient satisfaction with the clinic visit, it did indicate that subjects who were taught by the nurse were more satisfied with the education ... Cite

Accuracy of references in general readership nursing journals.

Journal Article Nurse educator · November 2002 Full text Cite

Clinic visit and waiting: patient education and satisfaction.

Journal Article Medsurg nursing : official journal of the Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses · October 2002 Patients who were taught about their health problems while waiting in the clinic (n = 104) were significantly more satisfied with the education received during that visit than the control group (n = 101). The longer patients waited in the clinic to see the ... Cite

Directory of Internet documents for consumers on quality of care.

Journal Article Journal for healthcare quality : official publication of the National Association for Healthcare Quality · September 2002 Healthcare professionals have an important role in helping patients and families understand the concept of healthcare quality and gain access to available information on quality care. Information about quality of healthcare is available from many reputable ... Full text Cite

Outcomes research: an essential component of the advanced practice nurse role.

Journal Article Clinical nurse specialist CNS · May 2002 More research is needed that focuses on the effectiveness of nursing interventions in clinical settings. Advanced practice nurses are in the best position to conduct these studies, given their clinical expertise, access to subjects, master's-level research ... Full text Cite

Perceptions of quality health care among parents of children with bleeding disorders.

Journal Article Journal of pediatric health care : official publication of National Association of Pediatric Nurse Associates & Practitioners · May 2002 IntroductionThis study examined how parents of children with bleeding disorders defined quality health care, their expectations for care at the clinic, and indicators of quality health care important to them.MethodsParents (N = 54) answer ... Full text Cite

Stresses and challenges for new graduates in hospitals.

Journal Article Nurse education today · April 2002 As new graduates enter the workplace, they are faced with many stresses associated with beginning practice. The nurse manager, preceptor, and nursing staff need to be aware of the specific stresses and challenges experienced by new graduates during their o ... Full text Cite

Accuracy of references in three critical care nursing journals.

Journal Article Journal of perianesthesia nursing : official journal of the American Society of PeriAnesthesia Nurses · April 2002 Reference lists serve as a resource for the reader and provide support for the author's ideas. Errors in references reflect poorly on the author and journal and may prevent locating the referenced articles. The purpose of this study was to determine the nu ... Full text Cite

Developing a professional portfolio in nursing.

Journal Article Orthopedic nursing · March 2002 A professional portfolio is a collection of carefully selected materials that document the nurse's competencies and illustrate the expertise of the nurse. Since a portfolio is developed over time, it also provides a way of monitoring professional developme ... Full text Cite

Reference accuracy in neonatal-maternal nursing literature.

Journal Article Neonatal network : NN · February 2002 PurposeTo identify the frequency and types of reference errors in neonatal-maternal nursing literature. This study was an extension of earlier research on reference accuracy in pediatric and critical care nursing journals.DesignA random s ... Full text Cite

Using the Internet to teach consumers about quality care.

Journal Article The Joint Commission journal on quality improvement · February 2002 BackgroundThe Internet is an important source of health information for consumers. Patients can learn about their diagnoses, review treatments and medications, and locate other health information for themselves and their families. Information abou ... Full text Cite

HRT & the World Wide Web. Helping patients find good information on the web.

Journal Article AWHONN lifelines / Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses · 2002 Cite

Student and faculty perceptions of effective clinical instructors in ADN programs.

Journal Article The Journal of nursing education · November 2001 The purpose of this study was to identify the perceptions of associate degree nursing (ADN) students and faculty of characteristics of effective clinical teachers and determine whether there were differences between these two groups. A survey was conducted ... Full text Cite

To err is human.

Journal Article Outcomes management for nursing practice · October 2001 Cite

Accuracy of references in four pediatric nursing journals.

Journal Article Journal of pediatric nursing · August 2001 Inaccurate references hinder retrieval of documents, may prevent researchers from examining all of the work by an author, and may result in authors not getting credit for their work. This study determines the number and types of errors in references in fou ... Full text Cite

Filling the waiting time in the clinic with education about glaucoma.

Journal Article Insight (American Society of Ophthalmic Registered Nurses) · July 2001 The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of an educational intervention, designed to occupy the waiting time in an eye clinic, on learning about glaucoma and patient satisfaction. Subjects (N = 100) waiting in the eye clinic were randomly assig ... Full text Cite

The ties that bind.

Journal Article Outcomes management for nursing practice · April 2001 Cite

One-minute mentor.

Journal Article Nursing management · April 2001 Tailor your orientation program to meet the needs of new nurses with these pointers. ... Full text Cite

Experiences of students in pediatric nursing clinical courses.

Journal Article Journal of the Society of Pediatric Nurses : JSPN · April 2001 Issues and purposeLearning may be inhibited if students experience undue stress in the clinical setting. This study described the stresses, challenges, and emotions experienced by pediatric nursing students.Design and methodsStudents (n = ... Full text Cite

Teaching by the nurse: how important is it to patients?

Journal Article Applied nursing research : ANR · February 2001 Few studies address patients' perceptions of the importance of education by a nurse and how this relates to their view of quality care. This article reports on a secondary data analysis that examined the influence of demographic and background characterist ... Full text Cite

Whose fault?

Journal Article Outcomes management for nursing practice · January 2001 Cite

When coaching new grads....

Journal Article Nursing management · January 2001 Full text Cite

Evaluation by consumers of quality care information on the internet

Journal Article Journal of Nursing Care Quality · January 1, 2001 The Health Information Technology Institute (HITI) criteria were used to evaluate ten Internet resources for consumers on quality care. All of the Internet resources met the essential HITI criteria. Consumers (n = 33) then evaluated each document for ease ... Full text Cite

Refining outlining skills. Part I: The topic or sentence method.

Journal Article AAOHN journal : official journal of the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses · November 2000 An outline is a plan for presenting the content and arranging it logically for the reader. While there are many ways to develop an outline, the ultimate goal is to identify the content to be covered and to organize it prior to beginning a draft. By using a ... Full text Cite

Indicators of quality of care in clinics: patients' perspectives.

Journal Article Journal for healthcare quality : official publication of the National Association for Healthcare Quality · November 2000 Despite extensive research on defining and measuring quality of care, less attention has been given to consumers' views. The purpose of the study reported here was to identify indicators of quality of healthcare and nursing care important to clinic patient ... Full text Cite

Parents' perceptions of quality health care.

Journal Article MCN. The American journal of maternal child nursing · September 2000 PurposeTo examine differences in definitions of health care quality and the importance of indicators of quality between consumers with dependent children and consumers with no dependents.Study design and methodsThis was an exploratory stu ... Full text Cite

Strategy to assess, develop, and evaluate critical thinking.

Journal Article Journal of continuing education in nursing · July 2000 BackgroundTo care for patients with complex health problems, nurses need a strong knowledge base and critical thinking skills. Critical thinking enables the nurse to process and analyze information, solve clinical problems, and decide on actions t ... Full text Cite

Time: the forgotten outcome.

Journal Article Outcomes management for nursing practice · July 2000 Cite

Quality of care information for consumers on the Internet.

Journal Article Journal of nursing care quality · July 2000 The purpose of this study was to assess the readability of quality of care information for consumers available on the Internet. Ten Internet resources for consumers, found at three major Web sites, were analyzed for readability. The scores ranged from a lo ... Full text Cite

Outcomes from the view in the bed.

Journal Article Outcomes management for nursing practice · January 2000 Cite

Important attributes of quality health care: consumer perspectives.

Journal Article Journal of nursing scholarship : an official publication of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing · January 2000 PurposeDespite extensive research on defining and measuring health care quality, little attention has been given to consumers' perspectives of high-quality health care. The purposes of this study were to (a) identify the importance to consumers of ... Full text Cite

A Measure of Nursing's Value

Journal Article American Journal of Nursing · December 1, 1999 Cite

Consumers' descriptions of quality health care.

Journal Article Journal of nursing care quality · October 1999 Consumer-oriented health care report cards have emerged as a strategy to disseminate information to consumers about the quality of health plans and relative costs, with the goal of enabling them to make informed choices. While consumers have reported an in ... Full text Cite

Patient outcomes. A measure of nursing's value.

Journal Article The American journal of nursing · September 1999 Full text Cite

Is the intersection clear?

Journal Article Outcomes management for nursing practice · July 1999 Cite

Developing a teaching portfolio.

Journal Article Journal of professional nursing : official journal of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing · July 1999 Teaching portfolios--a compilation of carefully selected materials that describe the faculty member's teaching activities in the classroom, clinical practice, and other settings--are being used more widely for documenting teaching effectiveness in nursing ... Full text Cite

Two-way talks.

Journal Article Nursing management · June 1999 Nurse managers can create a setting where staff share concerns and learn from each other. Clinical discussions offer you a chance to educate staff, measure learning needs, and develop their critical thinking skills. ... Cite

Ignorance is bliss but not in health care: teaching consumers about quality care.

Journal Article Outcomes management for nursing practice · April 1999 Cite

Critical thinking, critical practice.

Journal Article Nursing management · April 1999 Nursing leaders in critical care can use strategies such as questioning, clinical scenarios, conferences, and context-dependent test items to assess and improve their staff's critical thinking skills. ... Cite

Stress and challenge of psychiatric nursing clinical experiences.

Journal Article Archives of psychiatric nursing · April 1999 Clinical learning experiences provide a means for developing the knowledge, skills, and values essential for practice in nursing. Although some research has examined student stress in the beginning of a clinical course, few studies have focused on the stre ... Full text Cite

Developing and scoring essay tests.

Journal Article Nurse educator · March 1999 The need to prepare nursing students for the licensing examination has resulted in a predominance of multiple-choice testing in nursing courses. But what about evaluating students' ability to present ideas in their own words and develop creative responses ... Full text Cite

Do outcomes equal quality?

Journal Article Outcomes management for nursing practice · January 1999 Cite

Extensive writing projects: tips for completing them on time.

Journal Article Nurse author & editor · January 1, 1999 Have you considered writing a book, preparing a grant, editing a "topic" issue for a journal, or completing a thesis or dissertation? Some nurse authors are interested in large projects like these, but hesitate because of the project size. This experienced ... Cite

Critical thinking, critical practice assess nursesʼ critical thinking skills for fast, accurate decisions on the job

Journal Article Nursing Management · January 1, 1999 Nursing leaders in critical care can use strategies such as questioning, clinical scenarios, conferences, and context-dependent test items to assess and improve their staffʼs critical thinking skills. © 1999 Chapman ami Hall Ltd. ... Cite

Critical thinking, critical practice assess nursesʼ critical thinking skills for fast, accurate decisions on the job

Journal Article Nursing Management · January 1, 1999 Nursing leaders in critical care can use strategies such as questioning, clinical scenarios, conferences, and context-dependent test items to assess and improve their staffʼs critical thinking skills. © 1999 Chapman ami Hall Ltd. ... Full text Cite

Writing for publication as an advanced practice nurse.

Journal Article NursingConnections · January 1999 Advanced practice nurses (APN) develop and test nursing interventions, design initiatives in their organizations, and propose new ways of delivering care to patients and families; however, they frequently do not communicate these innovations to others. Thi ... Cite

How to assess critical thinking in clinical practice.

Journal Article Dimensions of critical care nursing : DCCN · November 1998 Nursing leaders in critical care face new challenges in assessing their staff's critical thinking skills. Specific strategies--such as questioning, clinical scenarios, conferences, and context-dependent test items--are needed for this assessment. Critical ... Full text Cite

Role strain of clinical nursing faculty.

Journal Article Journal of professional nursing : official journal of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing · November 1998 A survey was conducted of 226 clinical faculty from associate (ADN) and baccalaureate (BSN) degree programs in the Midwest. The purpose of the research was to examine role strain among clinical nursing faculty. Although clinical faculty experienced overall ... Full text Cite

Work-related stress of clinical nursing faculty.

Journal Article The Journal of nursing education · October 1998 The purpose of this research was to examine work-related stress experienced by clinical faculty (N = 226) in ADN and BSN programs. Faculty rated the extent to which they experienced 23 potential stressors associated with clinical teaching. The predominant ... Full text Cite

Professional reflection: have you looked in the mirror lately?

Journal Article Orthopedic nursing · July 1998 To remain competent in practice, as the demands of that practice change, and to take advantage of new roles and opportunities in nursing, three behaviors are required on the part of the nurse: ability to evaluate one's own knowledge and skills for practice ... Cite

Differences in clinical experiences of ADN and BSN students.

Journal Article The Journal of nursing education · May 1998 Prior research has suggested that clinical experience for nursing students is stressful. Concern about making an error and harming the patient, limited knowledge and skills for practice, and difficulties in interacting with the teacher and others in the cl ... Full text Cite

Accountability: the Phoenix rises.

Journal Article Outcomes management for nursing practice · April 1998 Cite

Patient outcomes studies: call for action.

Journal Article Outcomes management for nursing practice · January 1998 Cite

Computer use in ADN programs.

Journal Article Nurse educator · November 1997 Full text Cite

Evaluating critical thinking in clinical practice.

Journal Article Nurse educator · September 1997 Although much has been written about measurement instruments for evaluating critical thinking in nursing, this article describes clinical evaluation strategies for critical thinking. Five methods are discussed: 1) observation of students in practice; 2) qu ... Full text Cite

Opportunities for research in nursing education.

Journal Article Nurse educator · July 1997 Full text Cite

Differences in stress and challenge in clinical practice among ADN and BSN students in varying clinical courses.

Journal Article The Journal of nursing education · May 1997 There is limited research on student perceptions of their clinical experiences particularly in different clinical courses and settings. The purpose of this study was to examine the degree of stress, challenge, and threat associated with clinical practice e ... Full text Cite

New graduates' perceptions of clinical practice.

Journal Article Journal of continuing education in nursing · January 1997 This study describes the stresses and challenges experienced by graduate nurses in clinical practice during their initial orientation period and examines the relationship of social support to these stresses. Thirty-five graduate nurses completed a modified ... Full text Cite

Effectiveness of contingency contracting: component of a worksite weight loss program.

Journal Article AAOHN journal : official journal of the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses · April 1996 The purpose of this study was to measure weight loss in overweight employees of a large corporation in Western Michigan who all received the same education on how to lose weight, but were randomly assigned to one of three groups: contingency contracting wi ... Full text Cite

A study of preceptor roles in clinical teaching.

Journal Article NursingConnections · January 1996 Acknowledging the continuing use of preceptors for clinical teaching in undergraduate nursing programs, this study examined the role of preceptors, criteria for selection, and knowledge and skills they require to undertake clinical teaching in baccalaureat ... Cite

Critical care nursing education at the baccalaureate level: study of employment and job satisfaction.

Journal Article Heart & lung : the journal of critical care · September 1995 ObjectiveTo examine the employment patterns of nurses who completed an undergraduate course in critical care nursing (CCN); examine the impact of the course on job satisfaction; and compare the job satisfaction of critical care nurses who complete ... Full text Cite

An educational program's effects on students' attitudes toward people with disabilities: a 1-year follow-up.

Journal Article Rehabilitation nursing : the official journal of the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses · January 1995 The purpose of the study described here was to examine the attitudes of nursing students toward people with disabilities 1 year after the students had participated in an educational program on caring for such people. The program provided (a) information ab ... Full text Cite

Anniversary update: the progress of nursing education.

Journal Article Nurse educator · January 1995 Cite

Job satisfaction among critical care preceptors.

Journal Article Critical care nurse · October 1994 Cite

Reforming nursing education for future practice.

Journal Article The Journal of nursing education · May 1994 Health care reform, regardless of the specific proposal ultimately accepted, calls for changes in baccalaureate nursing education to prepare students for community-based practice. These changes include a shift toward the community as the primary setting fo ... Full text Cite

Professional nursing education in the future: changes and challenges.

Journal Article Journal of obstetric, gynecologic, and neonatal nursing : JOGNN · February 1994 Trends in health care suggest changes in nursing practice and implications for nursing education. Changing demographics, emphasis on health promotion, health care costs, movement toward community-based care, and expanding technology are factors that shape ... Full text Cite

The effect of prior experience in a rehabilitation setting on students' attitudes toward the disabled.

Journal Article Rehabilitation nursing : the official journal of the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses · March 1993 The attitudes and reactions of rehabilitation nurses and nursing students toward patients with disabilities are important to the patients' adjustment and care over time. The purpose of this research study was to examine the effect of prior work experience ... Full text Cite

Effects of an educational intervention on students' attitudes toward the disabled.

Journal Article The Journal of nursing education · March 1993 The purposes of this study were to determine if the attitudes of nursing students toward the disabled would improve following participation in a one-day educational conference on care of the physically disabled and to identify variables influencing these a ... Full text Cite

Clinical teaching in nursing education.

Journal Article NLN publications · June 1992 Cite

Critical care nursing education at the baccalaureate level.

Journal Article Nurse educator · March 1992 Traditionally, only experienced nurses were selected to work in critical care. New graduates, however, are being hired for practice in critical care units despite controversy over the suitability of this setting for beginning practitioners. In this article ... Full text Cite

Students' knowledge and perceptions of critical care nursing.

Journal Article Critical care nurse · January 1992 Cite

Willingness of nursing students and faculty to care for patients with AIDS.

Journal Article American journal of infection control · August 1991 Previous research has indicated that nursing students, along with other health care professionals, have expressed an unwillingness to care for patients with AIDS. The purposes of this study were to examine the relationships among nursing students' and facu ... Full text Cite

Effectiveness of a critical care nursing course: preparing students for practice in critical care.

Journal Article Heart & lung : the journal of critical care · May 1991 Experiences in critical care in an undergraduate program provide an opportunity for students to develop beginning knowledge and skills for practice in this setting, gain exposure to the role of the nurse in critical care, and acquire competencies essential ... Cite

Knowledge and attitudes about AIDS among Canadian nursing students: educational implications.

Journal Article The Journal of nursing education · May 1991 Research was conducted to examine the level of knowledge and attitudes about acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) among Canadian nursing students and faculty and the relationships among knowledge, attitudes, and willingness to care for AIDS patients. ... Full text Cite

Attitudes and knowledge of nurses regarding organ procurement.

Journal Article Heart & lung : the journal of critical care · January 1991 The purpose of this study was to examine nurses' attitudes and knowledge regarding organ procurement. Nurses in critical care areas completed a questionnaire designed to elicit their attitudes toward and knowledge of organ donation. Differences were found ... Cite

Effect of extern experiences on clinical competence of graduate nurses.

Journal Article NursingConnections · January 1991 The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of externships, offered collaboratively between schools of nursing and hospitals, on the clinical competence of new graduates in their first nursing position. The scores of 24 pairs of graduate nurses and ... Cite

Study of educational experiences, support, and job satisfaction among critical care nurse preceptors.

Journal Article Heart Lung · September 1990 Experienced critical care staff nurses are frequently called to serve as clinical preceptors for nurses and nursing students who are unfamiliar with the critical care unit. These critical care nurse preceptors require educational preparation, continuing ed ... Link to item Cite

Psychomotor skill development.

Journal Article Journal of continuing education in nursing · September 1990 Psychomotor skills represent those activities that are primarily movement-oriented. In teaching, emphasis is placed on this movement component, although ultimately in practice, performance requires an integration of related knowledges and values. This arti ... Full text Cite

Study of educational experiences, support, and job satisfaction among critical care nurse preceptors.

Journal Article Heart & lung : the journal of critical care · September 1990 Experienced critical care staff nurses are frequently called to serve as clinical preceptors for nurses and nursing students who are unfamiliar with the critical care unit. These critical care nurse preceptors require educational preparation, continuing ed ... Cite

Research on teaching methods.

Journal Article NLN publications · January 1990 Research on teaching methods in nursing education was categorized into studies on media, CAI, and other nontraditional instructional strategies. While the research differed, some generalizations may be made from the findings. Multimedia, whether it is used ... Cite

Study of educational experiences, support, and job satisfaction among critical care nurse preceptors

Journal Article Heart and Lung: Journal of Critical Care · January 1, 1990 Experienced critical care staff nurses are frequently called to serve as clinical preceptors for nurses and nursing students who are unfamiliar with the critical care unit. These critical care nurse preceptors require educational preparation, continuing ed ... Cite

Nursing education component in master's programs.

Journal Article The Journal of nursing education · June 1989 The purposes of this study were to: a) describe the outcomes, content, and structure of master's programs in nursing in the functional area of teaching; b) describe related learning experiences of students; and c) identify trends in graduate nursing educat ... Full text Cite

Not by the books.

Journal Article Neonatal network : NN · August 1988 Cite

Effectiveness of self-instruction for arthritis patient education.

Journal Article Patient education and counseling · September 1986 Self-instruction is one means of providing patient education, allowing the health professional to teach a larger number of persons than with one-to-one or group instruction and at a lower cost. The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of self-i ... Full text Cite

An instrument for analyzing curriculum materials in nursing.

Journal Article The Journal of nursing education · November 1984 The number of commercially developed curriculum materials and those developed inhouse has increased significantly in recent years, making selection a difficult task. The CMAIN is designed to facilitate the selection process by providing a way of analyzing ... Cite

Analyzing and selecting audiovisual materials.

Journal Article Nurse educator · January 1984 Full text Cite

After a tracheostomy: patients describe their sensations.

Journal Article Cancer nursing · October 1983 Cite

Patient sensations following a tracheostomy: A discussion

Journal Article Critical Care Quarterly · January 1, 1983 Cite

Diagnostic supervision.

Journal Article Supervisor nurse · November 1977 Cite

Diagnostic supervision

Journal Article Supervisor Nurse · January 1, 1977 Cite

Diagnostic supervision

Journal Article Nursing Management · January 1, 1977 Full text Cite

Nursing education and nursing service work together

Journal Article Journal of Nursing Administration · January 1, 1976 Full text Cite