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Online Pre-Licensure Nursing

Kristie Berkstresser
Nurse educators, at every level of pre-licensure nursing education, are charged with developing critical thinking skills within their students. Post-clinical conference is one teaching strategy that nurse educators can employ to help promote the development of critical thinking skills in pre-licensure nursing students. However, traditional face-to-face post-clinical conference is marred with issues and concerns, as identified in the nursing education literature. An alternative to face-to-face post-clinical conference, asynchronous online learning environment, mitigates the issues and concerns associated with traditional post-clinical conference...
January 2016: Nurse Education in Practice
Patricia M Smith, Michelle M Spadoni, Veronica M Proper
BACKGROUND: The types of pre-licensure clinical placements being used and by what health professions are becoming an important and pressing issue as concerns about clinical placement shortages and competition for placements increase. OBJECTIVE: This study was designed to address a gap in the literature by quantifying the range and specific types of pre-licensure clinical placements being used by nursing and other health professions. METHOD: This was a Canadian national online cross-sectional survey designed to create an inventory of the types of hospital, community, long-term care, and innovative settings being used for pre-licensure clinical placements by schools of nursing, licensed practical nursing, registered psychiatric nursing, midwifery, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, and medicine...
November 2013: Nurse Education Today
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