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Reimagining education: Utilizing technology for just-in-time learning
Nurse Educators are utilizing technology to provide nursing staff with just in time learning. QR codes have been developed containing tutorial videos on low volume equipment and topics that nurses frequently request reeducation on. This innovative teaching style has been effective and continues to be used for further educational initiatives.
Conference Identifier: NERC20H06
Remediation: A 10-year follow up systematic review
In recent years, leaders of national organizations have called for the profession to build the science of nursing education through quality research. Over the past decade, the use of remediation has infused the pedagogy of nursing education and is often cited as an effective strategy in facilitating student success. As a follow-up to Pennington and Spurlock’s 2010 research evaluating the effectiveness of remediation and NCLEX-RN success, this systematic review examines the literature related to the topical area since the original publication. The current review consists of both systematic and exploratory searches, with 13 articles meeting inclusion criteria. It was concluded that the evolutionary state of the science surrounding remediation and NCLEX-RN success has not advanced. Within nursing education, conceptual dissonance of the term “remediation” may be hindering development of the science in this area. This presentation will provide insights into the systematic review process and offer directions for future research.
Conference Identifier: NERC20H15
Healthy CHAT: The opportunistic advice given to individuals on unhealthy lifestyle behaviours
Project involves training of primary healthcare clinicians in the delivery of opportunistic health promotion messages in the form of Very Brief Advice (VBA) whilst undertaking routine clinical treatments in regional community settings. VBA involves proactively raising awareness and assessing a person’s willingness to engage in discussions around unhealthy lifestyle behaviours.
Conference Identifier: NERC20H07
Acceptability and usability of quick response codes to access just-in-time training for low-frequency nursing procedures
We explored the acceptability and usability of nurses using quick response (QR) codes for accessing just-in-time training (JITT)on 24-bed medical/surgical unit in a community hospital hospital. Initially, no nurses utilized the technology. Nurses may utilize QR codes for JITT if they perceive the education to fill a gap in knowledge.
Conference Identifier: NERC20H06
Health behaviors of Generation Z students in black sororities and fraternities
This presentation describes a qualitative phenomenological approach to explore the health, safety, and risk behaviors of Generation Z students in Black sororities and fraternities. A background of the issue will be offered, findings of the study will be shared, and implications for future work will be discussed.
Conference Identifier: NERC20H05
The influence of low- and high-fidelity simulations on nursing students’ self-confidence, knowledge, and satisfaction
A single-site study to seek understanding of how low and high-fidelity simulation experiences for first-year baccalaureate nursing students influenced student perceived self-confidence, knowledge about how to care for a patient with a particular condition, and satisfaction with learning using this pedagogy.
Conference Identifier: NERC20H16
Nursing students’ perceptions of substance abuse screening training in a BSN nursing program
This researcher will discuss the development of a comprehensive, multiple-time approach in implementing substance abuse training into a BSN nursing program, as well as the research results of the students’ experiences and how their attitudes toward working with patients with substance abuse have become more positive.
Conference Identifier: NERC20H12
Evaluation of an integrative nursing fellowship for educators
There is increasing interest in integrative approaches to optimize health outcomes. Evaluation of an innovative integrative nursing program indicates that both curricular and personal wellbeing training is effective in developing this approach among nurse educators across academic and clinical settings.
Conference Identifier: NERC20H03