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Annetta Smith, Michelle Beattie, Richard G Kyle
AIM: To develop a model of pre-nursing experience from evaluation of a pre-nursing scholarship for school pupils in Scotland. DESIGN: Action research study. METHODS: School pupils (n = 42) completed questionnaire surveys and participated in anecdote circles. Student nurses acting as pupil 'buddies' (n = 33) participated in focus groups. Descriptive quantitative data and thematic analyses of qualitative data were integrated across cohorts and campuses...
November 2015: Nurs Open
Audrey L Blewer, Jiaqi Li, Daniel J Ikeda, Marion Leary, David G Buckler, Barbara Riegel, Sunita Desai, Peter W Groeneveld, Mary E Putt, Benjamin S Abella
BACKGROUND/AIMS: Recruitment of subjects is critical to the success of any clinical trial, but achieving this goal can be a challenging endeavor. Volunteer nurse and student enrollers are potentially an important source of recruiters for hospital-based trials; however, little is known of either the efficacy or cost of these types of enrollers. We assessed volunteer clinical nurses and health science students in their rates of enrolling family members in a hospital-based, pragmatic clinical trial of cardiopulmonary resuscitation education, and their ability to achieve target recruitment goals...
August 2016: Clinical Trials: Journal of the Society for Clinical Trials
Mia Thuha
I agree that pre-nursing programmes are a perfect opportunity for prospective students to gain an insight into health care (letters April 10).
April 17, 2013: Nursing Standard
Annetta Smith, Michelle Beattie, Richard G Kyle
Mentorship is an essential part of the registered nurse's role, yet few opportunities exist for student nurses to mentor others during pre-registration programmes. This paper reports student nurses' experiences of mentoring school pupils during a pre-nursing scholarship. Focus groups were conducted with fifteen final year student nurses (14 female, 1 male) in two university campuses in Scotland. Discussions were audio recorded and transcribed verbatim, and data analysed thematically. Three interconnected themes emerged: 1) stepping up; 2) stepping back; 3) stepping forward...
November 2015: Nurse Education in Practice
R Constance Wiener, Alcinda Trickett Shockey, D Leann Long
Geriatric education is an important component of the dental hygiene curriculum because, in it, students acquire skills and attitudes to help provide quality care to older adults. The purpose of this study was to determine if off-site exposure to nursing home residents with supervised oversight had the potential to improve dental hygiene students' attitudes toward older adults. Senior dental hygiene students at one school completed a pre-nursing home experience questionnaire. A series of geriatric lectures and discussions, which included discussions about students' anxieties of working with institutionalized older adults, were held prior to the nursing home experience...
December 2014: Journal of Dental Education
Hyejin Park, Eunjoo Lee
BACKGROUND: With the Internet being the preferred primary source for information seekers, 9 out of 10 Internet users report that they have looked online for health information in South Korea. Nurses as well as nursing students need to be knowledgeable about online health information resources and able to evaluate relevant information online in order to assist patients and patients' families' access. STUDY OBJECTIVE: The purpose of the study was to assess eHealth literacy among undergraduate nursing students in South Korea...
February 2015: Nurse Education Today
Linda Shanta, Leslie Gargiulo
The Future of Nursing, Leading Change, Advancing Health (Institute of Medicine 2011) challenged the profession of nursing to assume leadership of interdisciplinary health care teams. Leading these teams requires cognitive ability to manage highly charged and emotional work. Emotional intelligence (EI) is a characteristic necessary to process emotional information for creative problem solving. In addition, emerging evidence indicates there may be an association of nurses' EI and quality patient care (K. Adams et al...
November 2014: Journal of Professional Nursing: Official Journal of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing
Michelle Beattie, Annetta Smith, Richard G Kyle
BACKGROUND: Providing opportunities for aspirant nurses to obtain pre-nursing experience features prominently in the UK Government's response to The Francis Inquiry. Evidence from the USA suggests that pre-nursing experiences, such as summer camps, have the potential to contribute to effective nurse recruitment, selection and retention strategies. However, few similar pre-nursing experiences exist in the UK, and none have been evaluated. This paper reports the experiences of participation in a pilot pre-nursing scholarship among secondary school pupils in Scotland...
June 2014: Nurse Education Today
Martina S Harris, Kathy Purnell, Audwin Fletcher, Katherine Lindgren
This article describes the origination and implementation of an online, interactive summer component of the Diversity Recruitment and Education to Advance Minorities in the Nursing Workforce Program (DREAMWork) at University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (UTC). The summer course was designed as a strategy to help prepare baccalaureate nursing students to provide both culturally sensitive and competent care through online learning. Sixteen baccalaureate nursing students participated in the four week online summer program...
2013: Journal of Cultural Diversity
Geri L Schmotzer, Kerryn W Reding
Cervical cancer is a leading cause of death in US women, with Hispanic women at higher risk of mortality than non-Hispanic white women. While the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine represents substantial progress towards cervical cancer prevention, little is currently known about Hispanic student's beliefs regarding the HPV vaccine. To assess the knowledge, attitudes, behaviors, and beliefs of college students in the US-Mexico border region following the release of the HPV vaccine for both males and females...
December 2013: Journal of Community Health
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February 16, 1946: Nursing Times
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May 1947: American Journal of Nursing
Frances C Gordon, Marcella A Copes
There is a clearly documented need for greater minority representation in professional nursing as the nation grows more diversified. Increasing the ranks of minority nurses will assist both in alleviating the nursing shortage and in addressing the health care disparities that plague our healthcare systems. One barrier has been the recruitment and retention of underserved minority nursing students. To address this, the Coppin State University Helene Fuld School of Nursing (HFSON) in Baltimore, Maryland developed and implemented the "Coppin Academy for Pre-Nursing Success" (CAPS), a comprehensive year-round pre-entry baccalaureate preparation program, targeting high school students from disadvantaged backgrounds who are interested in a nursing career...
2010: ABNF Journal: Official Journal of the Association of Black Nursing Faculty in Higher Education, Inc
Sarah E Newton, Gary Moore
Attrition is a serious issue among Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) students with attrition rates around 50% nationwide. To help minimize BSN student attrition, many nursing programs use commercially available standardized nursing aptitude tests as adjuncts to scholastic aptitude data, usually operationalized as pre-nursing grade point average, to select students for admission. Little is known regarding the usefulness of scholastic and nursing aptitude data for predicting long-term retention in a BSN program and readiness for the National Council Licensure Examination-Registered Nurse (NCLEX-RN)...
September 2009: Journal of Professional Nursing: Official Journal of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing
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Technology can be a tremendous aid to any ED, if it is used properly, and it will have a growing role over the next 20 years. You might wish to enlist the help of pre-nursing or pre-law students to serve as "scribes," so that your doctors and nurses can spend less time at the computer and more time with patients. Be prepared for an increasingly informed patient population, many of whom may have gone online and have already "diagnosed" themselves. Stay on top of new technology that might improve care and safety, such as the "life stretcher," a mattress cover that automatically reads patients' vitals...
January 2009: ED Management: the Monthly Update on Emergency Department Management
Linda H Freeman, Cathy Bays
Faculty consistently build on the basic sciences of the pre-nursing curriculum to teach nursing content. They less frequently build on a literature and arts foundation. Both medical and nursing literature contain numerous, specific examples of how literature and arts can be used in courses. This paper provides a rationale for using literature and the arts to teach nursing, an overview of use and research findings from a review of the literature, and a table illustrating how faculty select teaching strategies incorporating literature and the arts...
2007: International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship
Ruth McCaffrey, Marguerite Purnell
Exploring the expressive arts within nursing education promotes understanding of what it means to be human and allows students to communicate with patients in unique and meaningful ways. "Arts in Healing," a three-credit elective course designed to provide experiences in creating and appreciating different art forms and to illuminate the healing elements in each, was offered in both the graduate and undergraduate nursing programs. Students at all levels, including pre-nursing, participated together. The article provides a course description and objectives and discusses implications for nurse educators...
March 2007: Nursing Education Perspectives
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June 30, 1950: Nursing Mirror and Midwives Journal
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September 1949: Hospitals
Bonnie Raingruber
One purpose of this phenomenological study was to identify challenges pre-nursing students face as they enter college. A second purpose was to evaluate the effectiveness of a Freshman seminar in helping students develop a sense of belonging on campus. An interpretive analysis was completed of 20 student essays focused on these challenges and the effectiveness of the Freshman seminar. Students reported that three major challenges confronted them as they transitioned from high school to college. These challenges were to "make the space on campus my own," "get used to the way things are done in college," and "get a sense of who I really am...
2004: Nursing Leadership Forum
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