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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27893903/to-blog-or-not-to-blog-what-do-nursing-faculty-think
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Krista Jones, Mary Kate Garrity, Kathryn J VanderZwan, Iris Epstein, Arlene Burla de la Rocha
BACKGROUND: Nurse educators find themselves tasked with developing content that both is aesthetically appealing and engages today's technological learners while empowering them to apply their knowledge in clinical and classroom settings. Students engaging with social networking systems reported increased satisfaction with collaborative peer-to-peer learning experiences, socialization, self-reflection, peer critique, problem-solving skills, collation of evidence-based resources, and instructor performance...
December 1, 2016: Journal of Nursing Education
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27890305/capacity-building-for-critical-care-training-delivery-development-and-evaluation-of-the-network-for-improving-critical-care-skills-training-nicst-programme-in-sri-lanka
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Tim Stephens, A Pubudu De Silva, Abi Beane, John Welch, Chathurani Sigera, Sunil De Alwis, Priyantha Athapattu, Dilantha Dharmagunawardene, Lalitha Peiris, Somalatha Siriwardana, Ashoka Abeynayaka, Kosala Saroj Amarasena Jayasinghe, Palitha G Mahipala, Arjen Dondorp, Rashan Haniffa
OBJECTIVES: To deliver and evaluate a short critical care nurse training course whilst simultaneously building local training capacity. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY: A multi-modal short course for critical care nursing skills was delivered in seven training blocks, from 06/2013-11/2014. Each training block included a Train the Trainer programme. The project was evaluated using Kirkpatrick's Hierarchy of Learning. There was a graded hand over of responsibility for course delivery from overseas to local faculty between 2013 and 2014...
November 24, 2016: Intensive & Critical Care Nursing: the Official Journal of the British Association of Critical Care Nurses
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27875012/growth-of-nurse-prescribing-competence-facilitators-and-barriers-during-education
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H Hopia, A Karhunen, J Heikkilä
OBJECTIVE: To describe facilitators and barriers in relation to the growth of nurse prescribing competence from the perspective of the nurses studying in a prescribing programme. BACKGROUND: The number of nurses enrolled in a nurse prescribing programme is rapidly increasing in XXX. However, few studies on nurse prescribing education are available and therefore research is needed, particularly from the point of view of nurses studying in the programme. DESIGN: The descriptive, qualitative study used the text of student online learning diaries as data during a 14-month prescribing programme...
November 22, 2016: Journal of Clinical Nursing
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27863724/-which-approach-of-therapeutic-education-te-for-adolescents-and-young-adults-with-cancer-experience-from-the-te-working-group-of-go-aja
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Nadège Corradini, Loïc Dagorne, Marielle Retailleau, Françoise Rédini, Hélène Sudour-Bonnange, Leila Gofti-Laroche, Anne Le Rhun, Nathalie Gaspar
INTRODUCTION: Therapeutic education (TE) is a practice developed over 40 years at an international level to give people with chronic illness the skills necessary to help them better manage their disease. The lengthening survival time of cancer patients as well as changes in the patient-caregiver relationship have contributed to the development of TE in oncologic diseases. Every year in France, about 1900 adolescents and young adults (15-25 years old) are diagnosed with cancer which is the second leading cause of death in this age group...
November 15, 2016: Bulletin du Cancer
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27810143/nursing-young-people-with-cancer-what-is-different-about-it
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Sue Morgan, Louise Soanes
Nursing Adolescents and Young Adults (AYA) with cancer is a relatively new specialty, with much work having been undertaken across Europe. As this evolving specialty develops, nurses are required to develop networks, learn from each other and help to shape services across countries. Describing the cancer journey, this paper looks at the literature and, merging it with over 20years of experience, describes 'what is different' about looking after this group of young people. Looking at the specific issues about caring for AYA, including those issues that are pertinent in this age range: i...
October 31, 2016: Bulletin du Cancer
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27756057/flexible-learning-evaluation-of-an-international-distance-education-programme-designed-to-build-the-learning-and-teaching-capacity-of-nurse-academics-in-a-developing-country
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Peter A Lewis, Naomi F Tutticci, Clint Douglas, Genevieve Gray, Yvonne Osborne, Katie Evans, Catherine M Nielson
The professional development of nurse academics has been high on the agenda in many of the Asia-Pacific's developing countries including Vietnam. In collaboration with the Vietnamese Nurses Association, an Australian university designed and delivered a distance learning programme (DLP). The DLP sought to build academic capacity with a specific focus on the skills required to develop, implement and deliver a new national nursing curriculum. This paper will describe the design and delivery of the DLP as well as report on programme evaluation survey findings...
November 2016: Nurse Education in Practice
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27699789/capacity-building-for-global-nursing-leaders-challenges-and-experiences
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S Shin, J Han, C Cha
AIM: The aim of this article is to describe our experience in operating a capacity-building programme, the Korea International Cooperation Project, for global nursing leaders from developing countries, held during the International Council of Nurses (ICN) Conference in 2015 in Seoul, Korea. BACKGROUND: Globalization points to the importance of global leadership among nursing leaders. In accordance with the theme of 'Global Citizen, Global Nursing' at the ICN conference in 2015, a capacity-building programme for nursing leaders of developing countries was implemented...
October 3, 2016: International Nursing Review
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27650145/evaluation-of-an-e-learning-resource-on-approach-to-the-first-unprovoked-seizure
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Fleur A Le Marne, Hannah McGinness, Rob Slade, Michael Cardamone, Shirleen Balbir Singh, Anne M Connolly, Ann Me Bye
AIM: To develop and evaluate an online educational package instructing paediatricians and trainees in the diagnosis and management of a first unprovoked seizure in children. METHODS: The E-learning content was created following a comprehensive literature review that referenced current international guidelines. Rigorous consultation with local paediatric neurologists, paediatricians and epilepsy nurses was undertaken. A series of learning modules was created and sequenced to reflect steps needed to achieve optimal diagnosis and management in a real-life situation of a child presenting with a paroxysmal event...
September 2016: Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27580169/best-practice-in-clinical-facilitation-of-undergraduate-nursing-students
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Judith Needham, Anne McMurray, Ramon Z Shaban
Clinical facilitation is critical to successful student clinical experience. The research reported in this paper used an interpretive case study to explore perspectives of clinical facilitators on what constitutes best practice in clinical facilitation of undergraduate nursing students. Eleven clinical facilitators from South East Queensland, Australia, participated in focus groups, interviews and a concept mapping exercise to gather their perspectives on best practice. The data gathered information regarding their prior and current experiences as registered nurses and facilitators, considering reasons they became clinical facilitators, their educational background and self-perceived adequacy of their knowledge for clinical facilitation...
September 2016: Nurse Education in Practice
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27508469/dialogue-network-that-intertwines-the-pedagogical-relationship-into-the-practical-reflective-teaching
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Margarete Maria de Lima, Kenya Schmidt Reibnitz, Daiana Kloh, Carine Vendruscolo, Aline Bússolo Corrêa
OBJECTIVE: to understand how dialogue occurs in the pedagogical relation in the practical reflective teaching in an undergraduate program in nursing. METHOD: qualitative research, case study. Data collection was conducted from May 2013 to September 2014 with eight professors of Nursing, by means of observation and interviews. Data analysis followed the operational proposal constituted by the exploratory stage and the interpretive stage. RESULTS: point the dialogue established within the pedagogical relation as a challenge to be faced in practical-reflective teaching, so professor and student build a relationship that foster thought and action in the theoretical context and in the field of practice...
July 2016: Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27429322/the-development-of-the-older-person-s-nurse-fellowship-education-concept-to-delivery
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Corina Naughton, Nicky Hayes, Zainab Zahran, Christine Norton, Geraldine Lee, Joanne M Fitzpatrick, Mary Crawford, Stephen Tee
BACKGROUND: Preparing the nursing workforce to meet the challenges of an ageing population is a priority for many countries. The development of an Older Person's Nurse Fellowship (OPNF) programme for senior clinical nurses is an important innovation. OBJECTIVES: This article describes the philosophical development, delivery and early evaluation of the OPNF. DESIGN: In 2014, Health Education England funded 24 senior clinical nurses to participate in the OPNF...
September 2016: Nurse Education Today
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27428697/evaluating-interactive-technology-for-an-evolving-case-study-on-learning-and-satisfaction-of-graduate-nursing-students
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Marjorie A Vogt, Barbara H Schaffner
Nursing education is challenged to prepare students for complex healthcare needs through the integration of teamwork and informatics. Technology has become an important teaching tool in the blended classroom to enhance group based learning experiences. Faculty evaluation of classroom technologies is imperative prior to adoption. Few studies have directly compared various technologies and their impact on student satisfaction and learning. The purpose of this study was to evaluate technology enhanced teaching methods on the learning and satisfaction of graduate students in an advanced pharmacology class using an unfolding case study...
July 2016: Nurse Education in Practice
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27384465/social-networking-in-nursing-education-integrative-literature-review
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Luciana Emi Kakushi, Yolanda Dora Martinez Évora
OBJECTIVE: to identify the use of social networking in nursing education. METHOD: integrative literature review in the databases: LILACS, IBECS, Cochrane, BDENF, SciELO, CINAHL, Scopus, PubMed, CAPES Periodicals Portal and Web of Science, using the descriptors: social networking and nursing education and the keywords: social networking sites and nursing education, carried out in April 2015. RESULTS: of the 489 articles found, only 14 met the inclusion and exclusion criteria...
2016: Revista Latino-americana de Enfermagem
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27353799/building-nursing-and-midwifery-leadership-capacity-in-the-pacific
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M Rumsey, C Catling, J Thiessen, A Neill
AIM: The Australian Award Fellowship Program aimed to strengthen nursing and midwifery leadership and capacity in developing countries in the Pacific. BACKGROUND: It is necessary to build an optimal global health workforce, and leadership and mentorship are central to this need. This is especially important in small island states such as the Pacific who have limited capacity and resources. INTRODUCTION: This health system strengthening program addressed quality improvement in education, through the mentorship of potential nursing and midwifery leaders in the South Pacific Region...
June 29, 2016: International Nursing Review
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27332445/distance-education-programs-the-technical-support-to-be-successful
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Ryan E McNew, Jeffry S Gordon, Elizabeth E Weiner, Patricia Trangenstein
Academic success requires support on a variety of levels as well as access to contemporary tools and services. Supporting students enrolled in a successful higher education distance learning program, requires a strong, properly trained IT support staff in addition to a stable IT environment. Our distance education program began with a regional market but has grown significantly over the past few years. This is primarily due to the success of our distance education tools and support which have contributed to achieving a ranking of eleventh of best graduate schools in nursing according to the U...
2016: Studies in Health Technology and Informatics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27316635/educational-impact-of-paediatric-palliative-simulation-study-days
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Kate Renton, Hilary Quinton, Anton-Paul Thomas Mayer
BACKGROUND: The use of simulation-based medical/nursing teaching is increasingly widespread. Simulation-based teaching offers an immersive learning experience where professionals can practice communication and practical skills in a safe, authentic environment. We designed a paediatric palliative simulation study day primarily aimed at nursing staff who manage these patients in the community/hospice. We believe this is the first of its kind in the UK. AIMS: To establish whether attendance at a paediatric palliative simulation study day improved confidence and knowledge in management of common and/or difficult situations in palliative care...
June 17, 2016: BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27237347/barriers-and-enablers-to-retention-of-aboriginal-diploma-of-nursing-students-in-western-australia-an-exploratory-descriptive-study
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Susan Slatyer, Jennifer Cramer, Judith D Pugh, Diane E Twigg
BACKGROUND: Nursing education appropriate to the learning needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students is essential to prepare them for registration as nurses. Despite incentives to encourage the recruitment and retention of such students, a disproportionate number commence but do not finish their nursing studies. OBJECTIVES: To describe the barriers and enablers to the retention of Aboriginal students in a Diploma of Nursing course (Enrolled/Division 2) in Western Australia...
July 2016: Nurse Education Today
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27224459/advancing-health-equity-through-student-empowerment-and-professional-success-a-statewide-approach
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Joanne Noone, Peggy Wros, David Cortez, Rana Najjar, Leela Magdaleno
BACKGROUND: A lack of diversity in the nursing workforce nationally has been identified by Oregon state leaders as a factor contributing to health inequity. METHOD: The goal of Advancing Health Equity Through Student Empowerment and Professional Success (HealthE STEPS) is to graduate nursing students from disadvantaged backgrounds to improve health equity within their communities. A comprehensive plan of evidence-based strategies was developed based on social determinants of health and addresses academic socialization, learning support, financial resources, networking, curriculum development, and campus culture...
June 1, 2016: Journal of Nursing Education
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26955279/interprofessional-team-management-in-pediatric-critical-care-some-challenges-and-possible-solutions
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REVIEW
Martin Stocker, Sina B Pilgrim, Margarita Burmester, Meredith L Allen, Wim H Gijselaers
BACKGROUND: Aiming for and ensuring effective patient safety is a major priority in the management and culture of every health care organization. The pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) has become a workplace with a high diversity of multidisciplinary physicians and professionals. Therefore, delivery of high-quality care with optimal patient safety in a PICU is dependent on effective interprofessional team management. Nevertheless, ineffective interprofessional teamwork remains ubiquitous...
2016: Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26868368/slipping-through-the-net-the-paradox-of-nursing-s-electronic-theses-and-dissertations
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C Macduff, L M Goodfellow, D Nolfi, S Copeland, G D Leslie, D Blackwood
AIM: The study's main aim was to gain in-depth understanding of how nurse scholars engage with electronic theses and dissertations. Through elicitation of opinions about challenges and opportunities, and perceptions of future development, the study also aimed to influence the design of a new international web-based forum for learning and sharing information on this topic. BACKGROUND: Electronic theses and dissertations provide an opportunity to radically change the way in which graduate student research is presented, disseminated and used internationally...
June 2016: International Nursing Review
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