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Undergraduate nursing student perceptions of facilitators and inhibitors of clinical learning with Q Methodology
The focus of this study was to determine the facilitators and inhibitors to undergraduate nursing students’ clinical learning in acute-care practice sites. The evidence generated helped to inform participating nursing programs on student identified needs to optimize clinical learning through a Q methodology mixed-methods design.
Conference Identifier: NERC20A14
Collaborative coursework: An effective teaching modality to improve nursing students’ translation of evidence into practice
Implementation and evaluation of the effects of an collaborative EBP project across a maternal-child nursing and a co-requisite EBP/research course among senior-level nursing students enrolled in a traditional baccalaureate nursing program on the frequency of use of EBP, attitude toward EBP, and knowledge and skills related to EBP.
Conference Identifier: NERC20A10
The use of “checks-ups” as a method of interim assessment was initiated by faculty to confirm student understanding of course concepts and ensure adequacy of course materials. We will describe the implementation of check-ups, as part of a blended graduate nursing course and post-implementation feedback from students and faculty.
Conference Identifier: NERC20A08
A Student-Centered Methodology to Inform Cultural and Ethical Teaching in Undergraduate Nursing Students
An engaging student-centered format for teaching culture, ethics, and values to undergraduate nursing students. Informed from Tag Team Patient Safety Simulation and applied theater. Used for teaching in large groups.
Conference Identifier: NERC20A12
Evaluation of fine arts education with collaborative reflection to enhance observation and visual intelligence skills
Fine art education with collaborative reflection was implemented and evaluated with doctor of nursing practice students. A Visual Intelligence Assessment Tool and visual image exercise were used to determine impact on the health care professionals’ perceptions and ability to analyze, interpret, and report observations accurately based on visual evidence.
Conference Identifier: NERC20A11
A comparative case study investigating student and faculty perspectives on Certified Nursing Assistant as an admission criterion for undergraduate nursing programs. Faculty did not support the use of this criterion; however, students did.
Conference Identifier: NERC20A16
Clinical instructor must possess characteristics to enhance knowledge, skills, and attitude for nursing students and promoting nursing education in a maximum level that may produce high caliber-nursing students. The study aimed to identify nursing students’ perception about instructors’ core characteristics.
Conference Identifier: NERC20A14
Exploring the relationships between moral distress, moral courage, and moral resilience in undergraduate nursing students
The results of a multi-site study revealing the interrelationships between moral distress, moral courage, and moral resilience in senior nursing students. New theoretical models, moral resilience scales, and interventions to enhance moral courage and moral resilience are warranted.
Conference Identifier: NERC20A02
An integrative review of peer reviewed nursing literature published from 2008 to 2019 was performed to describe the experience of ‘being outsiders’ in nursing and nursing education as described by Black African/Caribbean born nurses and student nurses in the U.S.
Conference Identifier: NERC20A17
Mindsets and nursing student approaches to learning: The Williams Inventory of Learning Strategies Tool
This presentation will introduce nurse educators to the academic success model; the growth mindset model. We will detail a new mindset assessment tool for student learning, and, for the first time in nursing education, present a case study in the utilization of the mindset model in nursing education.
Conference Identifier: NERC20A04