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Improving nursing students’ attitude towards research course: Incorporating immediate feedback assessment technique
Students’ often lack the clinical context to value a course in Nursing Research, having preformed negative attitudes. Incorporating the evidence based teaching strategy of the Immediate Feedback-Assessment Technique (IFAT) can lessen anxiety, increase learning, and promote engagement, leading to an improved attitude. Presentation demonstrates examples of IFAT.
Conference Identifier: NERC20C04
Immersion programs foster social empathy. This study analyzed reflections from a social justice course taught inside a state prison. Findings suggest social empathy is a precursor to social justice advocacy. Themes included: student transformation, shared connection, and a desire to advocate for social justice and compassionate care for incarcerated individuals.
Conference Identifier: NERC20C12
Utilizing simulation in the large classroom to enhance interprofessional education activities for nursing students
This presentation describes a creative interprofessional experience for students from multiple disciplines using simulation technology in the large classroom setting. Students were assigned to multidisciplinary groups and collaborated to develop a plan of care for a complex patient. Students were engaged and provided positive evaluative remarks regarding the learning experience.
Conference Identifier: NERC20C10
Student satisfaction and engagement in graduate online pathophysiology delivered using adaptive learning platform
Adaptive learning platforms deliver content in a personalized way to students based on prior knowledge adjusting content delivery based on individual preferences and differences in knowledge acquisition. The purpose of this project was to compare a course developed in an adaptive learning platform to one in a traditional LMS only.
Conference Identifier: NERC20C08
The Psychological Safety Assessment Survey in simulation-based prelicensure nursing education: Is the model supported?
Psychological Safety (PS), deemed essential for quality simulation-based nursing education, remains unmeasured. This presentation disseminates findings of a narrative literature review of nursing education literature supporting the model used to ground the Psychological Safety (PS) assessment survey. This survey, untested in nursing education, demonstrated reliability and validity in organizational behavior.
Conference Identifier: NERC20C02
Integrating critical thinking strategies into nursing curricula is one method that can be used to meet the call to reform nursing education. The purpose of this presentation is to report research findings of teaching strategies that use the nursing process to develop critical thinking in the classroom.
Conference Identifier: NERC20C03
The predictive strength of academic achievement in passing the Philippine nurse licensure examination
This study predicts the strength of classroom (Nursing Care Management (NCM) courses), clinical (Related Learning Experiences (RLE) courses), and pre-board performance of nursing graduates in a Private University Pangasinan.
Conference Identifier: NERC20C09
LeadNursingForward.org: A free web-based resource to develop nurse faculty and address the national shortage
LeadNursingForward.org is a beneficial ‘one-stop shop’ that provides personal narratives, resources, opportunities, and nurse educator positions for nurses interested in advancing their career in nursing education.
Conference Identifier: NERC20C14
School health clinicals allow students to interact with children with diversity in culture, socioeconomic status, access to care, ages, and abilities. This session describes experiences of nursing students in a pediatric clinical with a school health component, as well as challenges and benefits of such placements.
Conference Identifier: NERC20C05
Using motion capture technology, we tested a lifting intervention to determine its learnability. High risk movements increase the risk for musculoskeletal injury, and this intervention shows a direct reduction in these biomechanical risk factors. After a month, individuals remembered the techniques and risk for musculoskeletal injury was reduced.
Conference Identifier: NERC20C06