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Carrie N Keib, Stephanie M Cailor, Mary E Kiersma, Aleda M H Chen
BACKGROUND: Nurses need a sound education in research and evidence-based practice (EBP) to provide patients with optimal care, but current teaching methods could be more effective. OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the changes in nursing students 1) perceptions of research and EBP, 2) confidence in research and EBP, and 3) interest in research participation after completing a course in research and EBP. DESIGN: A pre-post assessment design was utilized to compare changes in students...
July 2017: Nurse Education Today
Elizabeth T Skoy, Heidi N Eukel, Jeanne E Frenzel, Amy Werremeyer, Becky McDaniel
Objective. To increase student pharmacist empathy through the use of an auditory hallucination simulation. Design. Third-year professional pharmacy students independently completed seven stations requiring skills such as communication, following directions, reading comprehension, and cognition while listening to an audio recording simulating what one experiencing auditory hallucinations may hear. Following the simulation, students participated in a faculty-led debriefing and completed a written reflection. Assessment...
October 25, 2016: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
Tracy R Frame, Rebecca Gryka, Mary E Kiersma, Abby L Todt, Stephanie M Cailor, Aleda M H Chen
Objective. To evaluate changes in student perceptions of and confidence in self-care concepts after completing a team-based learning (TBL) self-care course. Methods. Team-based learning was used at two universities in first professional year, semester-long self-care courses. Two instruments were created and administered before and after the semester. The instruments were designed to assess changes in student perceptions of self-care using the theory of planned behavior (TPB) domains and confidence in learning self-care concepts using Bandura's Social Cognitive Theory...
April 25, 2016: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
Aleda M H Chen, Mary E Kiersma, Carrie N Keib, Stephanie Cailor
Objective. To evaluate pharmacy and nursing student self-perceptions of interdisciplinary communication skills, faculty member perceptions of interdisciplinary communication skills, and changes in those skills after increasing the interdisciplinary education content. Design. Two cohorts of pharmacy and nursing (bachelors of science in nursing, BSN) students in respective, semester-long research courses engaged in active learning on interdisciplinary communication, with the second cohort receiving additional content on the topic...
August 25, 2015: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
Naleya Everson, Tracy Levett-Jones, Samuel Lapkin, Victoria Pitt, Pamela van der Riet, Rachel Rossiter, Donovan Jones, Conor Gilligan, Helen Courtney-Pratt
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: To determine the effect of immersive 3D cultural simulation on nursing students' empathy towards culturally and linguistically diverse patients. BACKGROUND: Accelerated globalisation has seen a significant increase in cultural diversity in most regions of the world over the past forty years. Clinical encounters that do not acknowledge cultural factors contribute to adverse patient outcomes and health care inequities for culturally and linguistically diverse people...
October 2015: Journal of Clinical Nursing
Tracy R Frame, Stephanie M Cailor, Rebecca J Gryka, Aleda M Chen, Mary E Kiersma, Lorin Sheppard
OBJECTIVE: To evaluate pharmacy student perceptions of team-based learning (TBL) vs traditional lecture-based learning formats. METHODS: First professional year pharmacy students (N=111) at two universities used TBL in different courses during different semesters (fall vs spring). Students completed a 22-item team perceptions instrument before and after the fall semester. A 14-item teaching style preference instrument was completed at the end of the spring semester...
May 25, 2015: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
Aleda M H Chen, Mary E Kiersma, Karen S Yehle, Kimberly S Plake
BACKGROUND: Nurses should be well-prepared to improve and address health-related needs of older adults, but students may have difficulty understanding and empathizing, as they may not yet have personally experienced aging-related challenges. Simulation games can be used to help students understand the experiences of others, but limited information is available on the impact of simulation experiences on student empathy. OBJECTIVE: The objective of this study was to examine the impact of participation in an aging simulation game on nursing students' empathy and attitudes toward older adults as well as their understanding of patients' experiences in the healthcare system...
January 2015: Nurse Education Today
Mary E Kiersma, Aleda M H Chen, Karen S Yehle, Kimberly S Plake
OBJECTIVE: To validate an empathy scale to measure empathy in pharmacy and nursing students. METHODS: A 15-item instrument comprised of the cognitive and affective empathy domains, was created. Each item was rated using a 7-point Likert scale, ranging from strongly disagree to strongly agree. Concurrent validity was demonstrated with the Jefferson Scale of Empathy - Health Professional Students (JSE-HPS). RESULTS: Reliability analysis of data from 216 students (pharmacy, N=158; nursing, N=58) showed that scores on the empathy scale were positively associated with JSE-HPS scores (p<0...
June 12, 2013: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
Aleda M H Chen, Mary E Kiersma, Brian M Shepler, Matthew M Murawski
OBJECTIVES: To estimate the prevalence of patient-reported adverse drug events (ADEs)/adverse drug reactions (ADRs) in the community pharmacy setting and determine the prevalence relative to pharmacist judgment. DATA SOURCES: The 2009 version of the Pharmacy Times top 200 drugs was used to identify the prescription medications most commonly used within the ambulatory population during 2008. All ADEs/ADRs for each medication were obtained by combining the ADEs/ADRs listed in Drug Facts and Comparisons, Lexi-Comp, and Micromedex...
January 2013: Journal of the American Pharmacists Association: JAPhA
Mary E Kiersma, Nicholas Hagemeier, Aleda M H Chen, Brittany Melton, Marwa Noureldin, Kimberly S Plake
OBJECTIVE: To assess the impact of a graduate student mentoring program on student interest in research and postgraduate education and on graduate student confidence in mentoring. METHODS: Undergraduate and pharmacy students (mentees) and graduate students (mentors) were matched and participated in the study, which required them to engage in at least 2 discussions regarding research and careers. Mentees completed a pre- and post-assessment of their perceptions of research, postgraduate training plans, and perceptions about mentors...
August 10, 2012: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
Aleda M H Chen, Kimberly S Plake, Karen S Yehle, Mary E Kiersma
OBJECTIVE: To examine the impact of participation in the Geriatric Medication Game on pharmacy students' perceptions of and attitudes toward older adults and familiarity with common disabilities that affect them and the process of seeking health care. DESIGN: In the game, first-year pharmacy students "became" older adults during a 3-hour pharmacy practice laboratory. They were given aging-related challenges (eg, impaired vision or mobility) and participated as patients in simulated healthcare scenarios, such as a visit to a physician's office and a pharmacy...
October 10, 2011: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
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