Use of a DNP essentials-based rubric for guiding the development of student DNP portfolios
A DNP portfolio rubric/guideline that was developed for students to use to help them determine what exemplars to place in their DNP portfolio and that faculty could use to evaluate the quality and applicability of student portfolio documents will be presented.
Conference Identifier: NERC20PST88
Knowledge and behaviors related to willingness to report an impaired nurse
Based on a nurse-led, educational presentation on the impaired nurse profile, will assess the difference in knowledge of direct/ non-direct care nurses; and the difference in willingness to report an impaired nurse before and after receiving a nurse-led educational intervention on the impaired nurse profile.
Conference Identifier: NERC20PST91
Educating the next generation of perioperative nurses: Building competence with technology
Including specialized topics in nursing curriculum, a triad of pedagogical strategies leads to a competent novice Perioperative nurse. A unique infusion of high fidelity simulation, a technologically rich precepted OR learning experience and a fellowship placement yielded competent graduates and a cost saving of orientation time to the hospital.
Conference Identifier: NERC20PST85
Increasing emotional intelligence in nursing leaders through a dedicated training program
This presentation highlights the importance of emotional intelligence in nurses and describes a pilot study designed to enhance emotional intelligence in nurse practitioner students. The pilot study (n=43) demonstrated that emotional intelligence traits such as flexibility, stress tolerance, optimism, and decision making showed statistically significant increases over the year-long intervention.
Conference Identifier: NERC20PST79
How-to guides for first time staff RN researchers, from staff RN researcher, published author
Advice and tips from a first time bedside staff RN researcher/ published author to potential staff RN researchers/ authors on how to start, fund, form teams, gather and analyze data, submit completed research project for conferences and publication.
Conference Identifier: NERC20PST83
Basic strategies in simulation: Using scenarios to develop competence with communication
Use of simulation for clinical scenarios is a valuable tool. Clinical experiences that offer communication opportunities may be limited. The appraisal of students ability to effectively communicate in an inter-professional manner is a skill that should be woven into every clinical scenario.
Conference Identifier: NERC20PST84
Impact of interprofessional week on student perceptions of interprofessional education
Interprofessional Education (IPE) Week featured panel discussions, lectures, and experiential learning activities, such as serious games and simulations. This study discusses impacts of IPE Week on students’ perceptions of interprofessional education, measured by the Student Perceptions of Interprofessional Clinical Education-Revised, and compares results based on the type of activity attended.
Conference Identifier: NERC20PST94
Supporting the childbearing family: An interdisciplinary service-learning approach to education
This presentation describes an interdisciplinary service-learning approach to studying maternity care in which students train to become birth doulas and work in interdisciplinary teams to serve a diverse population of clients. Students describe the positive impact of the course experience in surveys, narrative reflections, and debriefings.
Conference Identifier: NERC20PST81
Early integration of gerontologic didactic and clinical experiences: Changing nursing students’ attitudes, interest, and knowledge
Nurse educators across the globe are challenged to assist students to value gerontological nursing. This study will explore whether a nursing course with integrated gerontological content and innovative clinical strategies can impact the attitudes, knowledge, and interest of first semester undergraduate nursing students toward older adults.
Conference Identifier: NERC20PST37
PDA4 NCLEX® success: Faculty and student collaboration to improve NCLEX-RN® first time pass rate
Nursing students have access to many resources to assist in preparation for the National Council of State Boards of Nursing NCLEX RN licensure exam. However, the lack of faculty involvement can adversely affect student utilization. This session will provide research findings which support faculty/student collaboration to improve student outcomes.
Conference Identifier: NERC20PST25