The RNPC grant will recruit and train nursing students and RN's to practice to the full scope of their license in community-based primary care teams by providing didactic and clinical application to improve primary care access for various populations.
This quantitative study was to reveal the effects of educational instructors' support from others and experiential learning on the clinical learning environment using covariance structure analysis. Results showed that educational instructors' support from others and experiential learning affect the clinical learning environment. The model's goodness-of-fit indicators met the necessary standards.
Clinical teaching and learning was re-imagined using a new progressive tool along with instructional strategies, to provide guidance to faculty and students in the development of clinical judgment skills within patient care environments.
Nurse educators have been faced with a paradigm shift in meeting the needs of a technologically advanced generation. Healthcare demands and high faculty to student ratios require methodologies that facilitate clinical reasoning. This study examines the relationship of simulation in achieving learning outcomes by incorporating the knowledge and attitudes required.
This presentation will describe the outcome of an innovative curricular design which integrates mental health contents across the generalist, undergraduate nursing curriculum in place of a free-standing mental health nursing course.