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Incivility on higher education

Jennie C De Gagne, Min Choi, Leila Ledbetter, Hee Sun Kang, Cynthia M Clark
Although incivility in higher education has been widely described, little evidence exists regarding incivility among health professions students in online environments. This study aims to integrate literature on cybercivility in health professions education. The extent to which health professions students and faculty experience cyberincivility, the direct and indirect effects and actions taken after cyberincivility, and themes that guide facilitation of cybercivility are discussed. Efforts to prevent cyberincivility can be achieved through focused education on cybercivility, development of clear policies related to its consequences, and formulation of guidelines for both student and faculty behavior online...
September 2016: Nurse Educator
Sanaa Abd El-Azeem Ibrahim, Shereen Ahmed Qalawa
BACKGROUNDS: Students' incivility in institutions of higher education is a serious issue that faces educators in performing their teaching duties. The negative impacts associated with uncivil classroom behaviors have been found to contribute to the disruption of the learning process and the classroom learning environment, and the deterioration of the faculty-student relationship. OBJECTIVES: This study assays the incivility level among nursing students, investigates factors affecting student nurses' incivility, and explores the relationship between students' uncivil behavior and factors affecting its occurrence based on the perceptions of students and faculty staff...
January 2016: Nurse Education Today
Teresa Nikstaitis, Lynn Coletta Simko
BACKGROUND: Incivility is a significant problem in nurse satisfaction and nurse retention and can be detrimental to a patient's outcome; therefore, it would be beneficial to educate nurses on ways to improve incivility in clinical practice. OBJECTIVES: To determine if a nursing education program, utilizing case studies and discussion of the nurses' experiences would increase awareness of incivility and impact the number of perceived incidences by (1) assessing nurses' experience of incivility along with discerning the perceived source of the incivility and (2) educating the nurses, thus determining if the in-service education decreases the incidence of incivility in the adult intensive care unit...
September 2014: Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing: DCCN
Hur Hassoy, Raika Durusoy, Ali Osman Karababa
BACKGROUND: Use of mobile phones has rapidly risen among adolescents despite a lack of scientific certainty on their health risks. Risk perception is an important determinant of behavior, and studies on adolescents' risk perceptions of mobile phones or base stations are very scarce. This study aims to evaluate high school students' risk perceptions on mobile phones and base stations, their trust to authorities, their opinions regarding incivility while using mobile phones and to assess associated factors...
2013: Environmental Health: a Global Access Science Source
Cynthia M Clark, Nancy S Otterness, Wu Ya Jun, Barbara W Allerton, Cao Mei Juan, Mikal Black, Fu Wei
Disruptive student behavior is an emerging concern in institutions of higher education in the People's Republic of China (PRC). Faculty from a nursing college in the PRC expressed a desire to study the type and frequency of student incivility. Nursing faculty from the United States of America and the PRC collaborated on a study to measure faculty and student perceptions of student incivility in a Chinese nursing college. Student incivility in nursing education is a relatively new field of investigation; however, this preliminary study in the PRC shows it to be a substantial problem that needs to be addressed...
2010: Journal of Cultural Diversity
Elizabeth A Gazza
The purpose of this hermeneutic phenomenological study was to understand the experience of being a full-time nursing faculty member in a baccalaureate nursing program. Eight female informants, with an average of 6.1 years of experience in a full-time faculty position, shared their experiences through in-depth personal interviews and a follow-up telephone interview. Field notes and a demographic questionnaire also served as data sources. Data were analyzed using a hermeneutic phenomenological approach based on the Urecht School of phenomenology...
July 2009: Journal of Professional Nursing: Official Journal of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing
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