Summary: Theoretical models which propose methods of learning or teaching as a basis or adjunct to changes in attitude or behavior. These educational interventions are usually applied in the fields of health and patient education but are not restricted to patient care.
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- Educating for evidence-based practiceDonna Ciliska
McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
J Prof Nurs 21:345-50. 2005..Finally, this article calls for the funding and planning of an evaluation of evidence-based curricula and teaching strategies for continued development of the field...
- Empowering nursing faculty and students for community serviceChloe Gaines
College of Nursing, Prairie View A and M University, Houston, Texas, USA
J Nurs Educ 44:522-5. 2005..Project outcomes were evaluated based on the number of students and faculty who were certified and participated in these community activities...
- Assessment of clinical competenceV Wass
Department of General Practice and Primary Care, Guy s, King s and St Thomas School of Medicine, Weston Education Centre, London, UK
Lancet 357:945-9. 2001..The goal of assessment in medical education remains the development of reliable measurements of student performance which, as well as having predictive value for subsequent clinical competence, also have a formative, educational role...
- Lessons learned from implementing multidisciplinary health professions educational models in community settingsDona L Harris
Mercer University School of Medicine, Macon, GA, USA
J Interprof Care 17:7-20. 2003..However, in most programs, they did succeed and are currently in place. By paying attention to the elements that enhance and detract from teaming, one can plan for more successful multidisciplinary education...
- Giving feedback in medical education: verification of recommended techniquesM G Hewson
Cleveland Clinic, Ohio 44195-5241, USA
J Gen Intern Med 13:111-6. 1998..CONCLUSIONS: Feedback techniques experienced by respondents substantiate the literature-based recommendations, and corrective feedback is regarded as helpful when delivered appropriately. A model for providing feedback is offered...
- Role-playing for more realistic technical skills trainingC Nikendei
Department of General Internal and Psychosomatic Medicine, University of Heidelberg Medical Hospital, Germany
Med Teach 27:122-6. 2005..e. intern, senior consultant) were introduced into half of the sessions. Results of the evaluation in the second term showed that sessions with role-playing were rated significantly higher than sessions without role-playing...
- Valuing learners' experience and supporting further growth: educational models to help experienced adult learners in medicinePenny Newman
Wendover Health Centre, Wendover, Bucks HP22 6LD
BMJ 325:200-2. 2002
- "Learning by teaching": a peer-teaching model for diversity training in medical schoolTricia S Tang
Department of Medical Education, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor 48109, USA
Teach Learn Med 16:60-3. 2004..The sociocultural medicine teaching experience examines the viability and efficacy of a peer teaching model in enhancing diversity-focused attitudes, knowledge, and skills in medicine among advanced level medical students...
- An effective integrated learning programme in the first year of the medical courseR Vyas
Department of Physiology, Christian Medical College, Vellore 632002, Tamil Nadu, India
Natl Med J India 21:21-6. 2008..Yet, this has not become popular in medical colleges in India. We describe an integrated learning programme to teach the gastrointestinal system in the first year of the medical course...
- Teaching culturally appropriate care: a review of educational models and methodsCherri Hobgood
Office of Educational Development, University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC, USA
Acad Emerg Med 13:1288-95. 2006..However, the literature addressing the true efficacy of such programs in leading to long-lasting change and improvement in minority patients' clinical outcomes remains insufficient...
- Simulation technology for health care professional skills training and assessmentS B Issenberg
Center for Research in Medical Education, University of Miami School of Medicine, FL 33101, USA
JAMA 282:861-6. 1999..These systems help to address the problem of poor skills training and proficiency and may provide a method for physicians to become self-directed lifelong learners...
- Using observations of clinicians' teaching practices to build a model of clinical instructionBen Graffam
The University of South Florida College of Medicine, Tampa, Florida 33612, USA
Acad Med 83:768-74. 2008....
- Effectiveness of the one-minute preceptor model for diagnosing the patient and the learner: proof of conceptEva Aagaard
Division of General Internal Medicine, Department of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco 94143 0410, USA
Acad Med 79:42-9. 2004....
- Teaching points identified by preceptors observing one-minute preceptor and traditional preceptor encountersDavid M Irby
Division of General Internal Medicine, Department of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco 94143 0410, USA
Acad Med 79:50-5. 2004....
- Web-based learning: sound educational method or hype? A review of the evaluation literatureHeidi S Chumley-Jones
Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonioi, TX 78229, USA
Acad Med 77:S86-93. 2002
- Ultrasonography for rheumatologists: the development of specific competency based educational outcomesA K Brown
Academic Unit of Musculoskeletal Disease, University of Leeds, Chapel Allerton Hospital, Leeds LS7 4SA, UK
Ann Rheum Dis 65:629-36. 2006..Specific competency outcomes will facilitate informed development of a common curriculum and structured programme of training and assessment...
- Human factors and the cardiac surgical team: a role for simulationAlan F Merry
Department of Anesthesiology, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
J Extra Corpor Technol 39:264-6. 2007..In the longer-term, comprehensive simulations of cardiac surgical procedures involving all participants in meaningful simulated roles may be possible...
- Physician workforce shortages: implications and issues for academic health centers and policymakersEdward Salsberg
AAMC Center for Workforce Studies, Association of American Medical Colleges, Washington, DC, USA
Acad Med 81:782-7. 2006..They will either confront and address these issues in the next few years or they will be forced to change by others in the future...
- Student responses to the introduction of case-based learning and practical activities into a theoretical obstetrics and gynaecology teaching programmeJúlio Cesar Massonetto
Department of Maternal infantile Health, Medical Sciences, Centro Universitário Lusíada, Rua Dr, Oswaldo Cruz 179, CEP 11045 101, Santos, Brazil
BMC Med Educ 4:26. 2004..We wished to evaluate the impact of the introduction of case discussions and other practical activities upon students' perceptions of the learning process...
- Service-learning in dental education: meeting needs and challengesJanet Grobe Hood
Houston, Dental Branch, 6516 M D Anderson Blvd, Suite 493, Houston, TX 77030, USA
J Dent Educ 73:454-63. 2009....
- Relationship between small group problem-solving activity and lectures in health science curriculaVimla L Patel
Department of Biomedical Informatics, Columbia University Medical Center, VC5, 622 West 168 Street, New York, NY 10032, USA
J Dent Educ 68:1058-80. 2004..The implications of these results for learning and reasoning in health science curricula are discussed...
- Experiential learning: issues for supervisionB J Dewar
Department of Health and Nursing, Queen Margaret College, Edinburgh, UK
J Adv Nurs 30:1459-67. 1999..Furthermore, it is by engaging in a reflective process in relation to their own experience that educators can begin to understand how to facilitate that process in others...
- Broadening conceptions of learning in medical education: the message from teamworkingAlan Bleakley
Institute of Clinical Education, Knowledge Spa, Royal Cornwall Hospital, Peninsula Medical School, Universities of Exeter and Plymouth, Truro, Cornwall, UK
Med Educ 40:150-7. 2006..The latter are usually described under the heading of 'adult learning theory'...
- Helping each other to learn--a process evaluation of peer assisted learningLiam G Glynn
Department of General Practice, Clinical Science Institute, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland
BMC Med Educ 6:18. 2006..This study sought to evaluate the processes at work as the emphasis of PAL research to date has largely been on the consideration of student outcomes...
- Prevention and treatment of alcohol-related problems: an international medical education modelM Murray
International Research and Training Program, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Bethesda, Maryland 20892 7033, USA
Acad Med 71:1204-10. 1996..Finally, they discuss how the program was successfully implemented in Poland and describe the NIAAA's plans for introducing the model in several other countries...
- Utilizing theatrical tools in consultation training. A way to facilitate students' reflection on action?Anders Baerheim
Section of General Practice, Department of Public Health and Primary Health Care, University of Bergen, Norway
Med Teach 27:652-4. 2005..We conclude that our way of creating fiction and manipulating temporality in the consultation training was paralleled by most students' report on substantial learning feed-forward abilities from reflection on action...
- Simulation technology for skills training and competency assessment in medical educationRoss J Scalese
Gordon Center for Research in Medical Education, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, P O Box 016960 D 41, Miami, FL 33101, USA
J Gen Intern Med 23:46-9. 2008....
- Developing culturally competent community faculty: a model programWarren J Ferguson
Community Faculty Development Center, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester 01655, USA
Acad Med 78:1221-8. 2003..In summary, cultural competency training has been successfully integrated into an existing faculty-development program for community-based preceptors...
- The educational background and qualifications of UK medical students from ethnic minoritiesI C McManus
Dept of Psychology, University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT, UK
BMC Med Educ 8:21. 2008..This study uses two large-scale databases to examine the educational attainment of W and NW students...
- Peer assisted learning: a planning and implementation framework: AMEE Guide no. 30Michael T Ross
The Medical Teaching Organisation, The University of Edinburgh, UK
Med Teach 29:527-45. 2007..It will also be of interest to those with experience of PAL and those seeking a structured framework for planning non-PAL curriculum developments in undergraduate healthcare curricula...
- An international virtual medical school (IVIMEDS): the future for medical education?R M Harden
Centre for Medical Education, University of Dundee, UK
Med Teach 24:261-7. 2002....
- Impact of an evidence-based medicine curriculum based on adult learning theoryM L Green
Yale University School of Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine, New Haven, Conn, USA
J Gen Intern Med 12:742-50. 1997..9, 5.9). CONCLUSIONS: An EBM curriculum based on adult learning theory improves residents' EBM skills and certain EBM behaviors. The description and multifaceted evaluation can guide medical educators involved in EBM training...
- Revival of the case method: a way to retain student-centred learning in a post-PBL eraArne Tärnvik
Department of Clinical Microbiology, Umea University, Sweden
Med Teach 29:e32-6. 2007..PBL is afflicted with limitations, which cause uncertainness about its future. A profoundly different approach is the case method, developed a century ago and today attracting much less interest in developmental work than PBL...
- Teaching the one-minute preceptor. A randomized controlled trialS L Furney
Department of Internal Medicine, University of Michigan Health System, Ann Arbor, Mich, USA
J Gen Intern Med 16:620-4. 2001..The One-Minute Preceptor (OMP) model of faculty development is used widely to improve teaching, but its effect on teaching behavior has not been assessed. We aim to evaluate the effect of this intervention on residents' teaching skills...
- The National Tuberculosis Curriculum Consortium: a model of multi-disciplinary educational collaborationS Harrity
School of Medicine, University of California, San Diego 92103, USA
Int J Tuberc Lung Dis 11:270-4. 2007..The collaborative effort of the NTCC serves as a model for future endeavors to strengthen curricula, particularly pertaining to health concerns that are best served by multi-disciplinary approaches...
- Student performance and perceptions of a lecture-based course compared with the same course utilizing group discussionD A Lake
Department of Physical Therapy, Armstrong Atlantic State University, 11935 Abercorn St, Savannah, GA 31419, USA
Phys Ther 81:896-902. 2001..This study was a comparison of student learning and student perceptions of course and instructor effectiveness, course difficulty, and amount learned between the active learning and lecture sections of a course...
- Problem-based learning. A critical review of its educational objectives and the rationale for its useS A Azer
Faculty Education Unit, Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences, University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria 3010, Australia
Saudi Med J 22:299-305. 2001..In this review, a broad range of the definitions of problem-based learning have been addressed and the rationale for problem-based learning and its educational objectives are discussed...
- The Interdisciplinary Generalist Curriculum Project at the University of Wisconsin Medical School: the Generalist Partners ProgramS Skochelak
Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, University of Wisconsin Medical School, 1300 University Avenue, Madison, WI 53706, USA
Acad Med 76:S131-3. 2001..A core lecture series on professionalism, communication skills, evidence-based medicine, and the organization of the health care system supplements the early clinical experiences...
- Using improvisational theater to teach genetics conceptsPatricia Newcomb
Genetics Translational Research Lab, University of Texas, Arlington, TX 76019, USA
Nurse Educ 32:227-30. 2007..Results suggest that using improvisational theater for teaching genetic concepts is an effective strategy and is well accepted by students...
- Challenges and benefits of international clinical placements in public health nursingElizabeth Sloand
Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, Baltimore, MD 21212, USA
Nurse Educ 33:35-8. 2008....
- Teaching social justice using a pedagogy of engagementRuth Ann Belknap
College of Nursing, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI 53201 1881, USA
Nurse Educ 33:9-12. 2008..Engagement learning enhances understanding of theories of oppression and liberation presented in the course and highlights social justice issues...
- The One-Minute Preceptor: a five-step tool to improve clinical teaching skillsMargo Kertis
Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, Erie, Pennsylvania, USA
J Nurses Staff Dev 23:238-42. 2007....
- Formative and summative evaluation of a practice doctorate programJ Carolyn Graff
College of Nursing, University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN, USA
Nurse Educ 32:173-7. 2007..Suggestions for nurse educators and administrators are presented...
- Design and evaluation of an online teaching strategy in an undergraduate psychiatric nursing courseJane S Mahoney
School of Nursing, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Houston, TX 77030, USA
Arch Psychiatr Nurs 19:264-72. 2005..Evaluation of student preferences, advantages and disadvantages, and learning, as well as qualitative evaluation of students' description of critical thinking, supports the value of online teaching in psychiatric nursing education...
- Increasing cultural competence in nursing through international service-learning experiencesRegina Bentley
School of Nursing, Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama 36849, USA
Nurse Educ 32:207-11. 2007..Discussion will include the development of an elective nursing course with cross-cultural content and the implementation of an international service-learning trip to Quito, Ecuador...
- A model for facilitation in nursing educationE Lekalakala-Mokgele
School of Nursing, University of the Free State, P O Box 339, Bloemfontein
Curationis 28:22-9. 2005..The model is a unique contribution to nursing education as it sets guidelines for a new field of learning in nursing education...
- Logic model use in developing a survey instrument for program evaluation: emergency preparedness summits for schools of nursing in GeorgiaKaren Torghele
Public Health Informatics Institute, Task Force for Child Survival and Development, Decatur, Georgia 30030, USA
Public Health Nurs 24:472-9. 2007..By showing these linkages, the utility of the logic model is maximized and the stakeholders in the assessment of the program have clear evidence that their expectations and needs have been met for a valuable, useful evaluation product...
- The effect of curricula approaches to the development of the student's clinical reasoning abilityT Khanyile
School of Nursing, Community and Health Science Faculty, University of the Western Cape, Bellville 7535, South Africa
Curationis 28:70-6. 2005..These findings therefore conclude that, students using Problem Based Learning and Traditional approach perform on a similar level in clinical reasoning...
- From random access opportunity to a clinical education curriculumPaula Gubrud-Howe
J Nurs Educ 47:3-4. 2008..As the curriculum is implemented, OCNE will continue to evaluate the effectiveness of the learning models and the combined effect of the integrated curriculum of achievement of the goals of the program...
- Teaching student nurses to be culturally safe: can it be done?Kristy A Gibbs
Starship Children s Hospital
J Transcult Nurs 16:356-60. 2005....
- Trends in registered nurse education programs 1998-2008Helen J Streubert Speziale
Nursing Department, College Misericordia, Dallas, Pennsylvania, USA
Nurs Educ Perspect 26:230-5. 2005..Further, faculty in the future will be required to employ more active learning strategies to effectively meet the changing expectations in the teaching/learning environment...
- Action research on the development of a caring curriculum in Taiwan: Part IIJane Lee-Hsieh
Nursing Department, Fooyin University, 151 Chin Hsueh Road, Ta Liao, Kaohsiung 831, Taiwan
J Nurs Educ 46:553-61. 2007..Patients generally indicated that students always or normally performed caring behaviors. The study showed that with an appropriate curriculum and learning strategies, students can learn caring skills...
- Partnerships for learning population-based public health nursing: Web-delivered continuing education for public health nurse preceptorsSusan J Zahner
School of Nursing, University of Wisconsin Madison, Madison, Wisconsin 53792 2455, USA
Public Health Nurs 23:547-54. 2006..Further research is needed on the impact of preceptor education on student learning...
- Group clinical supervision for mental health nursing studentsNicola Clibbens
Sheffield Hallan University, Faculty of Health and Wellbeing, Mundella House, Sheffield
Br J Nurs 16:594-8. 2007..In particular, this article raises awareness and promotes discussion of the practical issues involved in such an initiative...
- Current approaches to integrating elements of cultural competence in nursing educationJuliene G Lipson
Department of Community Health Systems, University of California, San Francisco UCSF School of Nursing, USA
J Transcult Nurs 18:10S-20S; discussion 21S-27S. 2007....
- Organizational infrastructure to support development of newly graduated nursesMary Schoessler
Providence Portland Medical Center, Portland, Oregon 97213, USA
J Nurses Staff Dev 22:286-93. 2006..Program success is measured in stakeholder satisfaction and decreased turnover of new graduates...
- Teaching on the spiritual dimension in care to undergraduate nursing students: the content and teaching methodsDonia R Baldacchino
Nursing Research Institute of Health Care, University of Malta, 16, St John s Street, Siggiewi, QRM 13, Malta
Nurse Educ Today 28:550-62. 2008..Recommendations are proposed to review the content of this study unit and to introduce other teaching methods for effective learning...
- Developing empathy in nurses: an inservice training programGülsüm Ançel
Cebeci School for Health Sciences, Ankara University, Ankara, Turkey
Arch Psychiatr Nurs 20:249-57. 2006..05). However, a more comprehensive and continuous training should be planned, and its impact on behavior and patient outcomes should be investigated...
- Peeling back the layers of learning: a classroom model for problem-based learningMoira McLoughlin
School of Nursing, University of Salford, Allerton Campus, Frederick Road, Salford, Manchester M6 6PU, United Kingdom
Nurse Educ Today 27:271-7. 2007..Unpublished MSc Dissertation. University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield.]. In this paper the key components of the model will be described...
- Linking competency-based assessment to successful clinical practiceColleen J Klein
Sauk Valley Community College, Dixon, Illinois 61021, USA
J Nurs Educ 45:379-83. 2006..Since 1992, with the implementation of a competency-based curriculum, the program's NCLEX-RN pass rates (98%) have been consistently above the national and state averages...
- Curriculum design to promote the critical thinking of accelerated bachelor's degree nursing studentsBarbara B DeSimone
Division of Nursing, Dominican College, Orangeburg, NY 10962, USA
Nurse Educ 31:213-7. 2006..Pre- and post-program critical thinking test scores indicated significant growth for the 38 graduates in the first 4 consecutive classes tested...
- An innovative clinical practicum to teach evidence-based practiceVera C Brancato
Center for the Enhancement of Teaching, Kutztown University, Kutztown, PA 19530 0730, USA
Nurse Educ 31:195-9. 2006..The author describes how this practicum was implemented and the requisite resources and support systems. This senior-level capstone course enabled students to understand and value a lifelong learning approach to evidence-based practice...
- Putting practice into teaching: an exploratory study of nursing undergraduates' interpersonal skills and the effects of using empirical data as a teaching and learning resourceJones Aled
School of Health Science, Swansea University, Singleton Park, Swansea, Wales, UK
J Clin Nurs 16:2297-307. 2007..To understand student nurse-patient interaction better and to assess the effectiveness of a teaching and learning resource consisting of tapes and transcriptions of actual nurse-patient interaction...
- Logic models used to enhance critical thinkingCaroline R Ellermann
University of Hawaii at Manoa, School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
J Nurs Educ 45:220-7. 2006..The specific instructional methods used include concept mapping, concept papers, conceptual linking, and substruction...
- Guiding the transition of nursing practise from an inpatient to a community-care setting: a Saudi Arabian experienceElaine Simpson
Churches of Christ Care, Queensland, Australia
Nurs Health Sci 8:120-4. 2006..The use of preceptors was invaluable in providing an understanding of the nature of professional practise through learning opportunities, mentoring, and support...
- Orienting nurses to a vascular nursing specialtyKaren Diane Marzen-Groller
Division of Education, Lehigh Valley Hospital and Health Network, 17th and Chew Streets, Allentown, PA 18105, USA
J Vasc Nurs 25:85-9. 2007..Benner's Novice to Expert concept provided the stimulus to recognize the need for in-depth specialty knowledge and skill development for medical-surgical nurses to provide optimum patient care...
- An interdisciplinary approach to the needs of non-native-speaking nursing students: conversation circlesLinda Caputi
Health, Social, and Behavioral Sciences Division, College of DuPage, Glen Ellyn, Ill, USA
Nurse Educ 31:107-11. 2006..The authors describe how faculty members explored the learning needs of their student population with English as an additional language and offer practical suggestions to help other faculty members...
- Teaching methods and an outcome tool for measuring cultural sensitivity in undergraduate nursing studentsKathleen H Hughes
Saint Luke s College, Kansas City, USA
J Transcult Nurs 18:57-62. 2007..Successful teaching strategies are presented that are substantiated by increased student cross-cultural interaction score scores...
- Clinical staff development: planning and teaching for desired outcomesBrenda B Harton
Mission Hospitals, Asheville, North Carolina, USA
J Nurses Staff Dev 23:260-8; quiz 269-70. 2007..The Revised Bloom's Taxonomy provides a modern framework for the cognitive process dimension of knowledge and guides the nursing educator in planning activities that will assure learner progress along the learning continuum...
- Enhancing clinical practice through the use of electronic resourcesC Gibbon
University of Central Lancashire, Preston
Nurs Stand 20:41-6. 2006..uclan.ac.uk/sonic). This open-access website can be used by students, mentors, practice educators and lecturers to support learning in a variety of settings...
- Clinical immersion: a residency model for nursing educationCynthia A Diefenbeck
School of Nursing, College of Health Sciences, University of Delaware, Newark, USA
Nurs Educ Perspect 27:72-9. 2006..Additional benefits include resource efficiency and patient safety. Implementation remains an ongoing process. Outcome indicators are expected to yield valuable data on which to develop an evidence base in support of the model...
- Conceptualisation of community-based basic nursing education in South Africa: a grounded theory analysisN G Mtshali
School of Nursing, University of KwaZulu Natal, Durban
Curationis 28:5-12. 2005..Recommendations focused on these gaps as well as to the problem of community-based learning experiences which were mainly concentrated in first and/or second year levels in most of the programmes...
- Problem based learning in midwifery - the teachers perspectiveCatherine J Rowan
Centre for Research in Midwifery and Childbirth, Faculty of Health and Human Sciences, Thames Valley University, 32 Uxbridge Road, London W5 2BS, United Kingdom
Nurse Educ Today 27:131-8. 2007..The study took place at Thames Valley University, which has implemented this approach across the entire curriculum...
- The evolution of simulation and its contribution to competencySharon Decker
School of Nursing, Regional Interdisciplinary Simulation Center, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, Texas 79430, USA
J Contin Educ Nurs 39:74-80. 2008..Numerous pressures exist for clinical settings to document the competencies of their employees. Simulation could be used in the practice environment to promote and validate the clinical judgment and competency of nurses...
- Students' self-identified learning needs: a case study of baccalaureate students designing their own death and dying course curriculumGloria Birkholz
University of New Mexico, Nursing Pharmacy Building, 2502 Marble NE, Albuquerque, NM 87131 5688, USA
J Nurs Educ 43:36-9. 2004..Analysis of the student-identified objectives revealed a high level of congruity with the nationally established competencies...
- Advancing the Magnet Recognition Program in master's education through service-learningConstance M Baker
Center on Philanthropy, Indiana University, 550 W North Street, Office 301, Indianapolis, IN 46202 3162, USA
Nurs Outlook 52:134-41. 2004
- Why 4 years when 3 will do? Enhanced knowledge for rural nursing practiceAmanda Kenny
LaTrobe University Bendigo, Bendigo, Victoria, Australia
Nurs Inq 11:108-16. 2004..In this study a four-year program provided an opportunity for a regional university to prepare students for the demanding realities of a complex area of practice, rural nursing...
- Community-driven nursing transforming nursing curricula and instructionNadine Nehls
University of Wisconsin Madison School of Nursing, USA
Nurs Educ Perspect 25:81-5. 2004..By describing and interpreting these themes, the authors show how nursing curricula and instruction should be transformed regardless of clinical setting...
- The clinical home community: a model for community-based educationC L Williams-Barnard
School of Health and Human Services, Department of Nursing, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, USA
Int Nurs Rev 51:104-12. 2004....
- Thinking aloud on paper: an experience in journal writingGloria I Ibarreta
Nursing Faculty, Nursing Education Program of Saskatchewan, Nursing Division, Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology, Kelsey Campus, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
J Nurs Educ 43:134-7. 2004..In the evaluation of this experience, students reported increased abilities in critical thinking and self-directed learning. These two important concepts complement each other in the students' learning processes...
- Case management in the undergraduate curriculumMichele Tholcken
University of Texas Medical Branch School of Nursing at Galveston, 301 University Boulevard, Galveston, TX 77555, USA
J Nurs Educ 43:45-8. 2004..These visits were made in collaboration with personnel from community-based agencies or programs. This article discusses the design of the course and some of the content areas and clinical activities...
- Building an integrated model of tobacco control education in the nursing curriculum: findings of a students' surveySophia S C Chan
Department of Nursing Studies, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR, China
J Nurs Educ 47:223-6. 2008..Finally, a model of integrating tobacco control content in the undergraduate nursing curriculum was recommended...
- Developing personal and community learning in graduate nursing education through community engagementGeorgia L Narsavage
Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Nurs Educ Perspect 24:300-5. 2003..Graduates increased their understanding of their role as a resource to the community, and community agencies saw the value of a nurse educated at an advanced practice level...
- Clinical nursing competence of RN-to-BSN students in a nursing concept-based curriculum in TaiwanJane Lee-Hsieh
Junior College, Fooyin University, 151 Chin Hsueh Road, Ta Liao Hsiang, Kaohsiung 831, Taiwan
J Nurs Educ 42:536-45. 2003..Student self-evaluations were significantly higher than instructor evaluations (p < .05). The results of this study may serve as a reference for nurse educators developing curricula for RN-to-BSN education...
- Implementing NICU critical thinking programs: one unit's experienceDenise Zimmerman
Baylor Regional Medical Center, Grapevine, TX 76051, USA
Neonatal Netw 27:231-8. 2008..One unit's experience of critical thinking education is used to provide concrete examples of how NICU education can be transformed from a traditional didactic methodology to a more dynamic experiential approach...
- Teaching epidemiology: the role of the public health nurseMaria Gilson Sistrom
Oregon Health and Sciences University School of Nursing, Portland, Oregon 97239 2941, USA
J Nurs Educ 47:227-30. 2008..Students explored the principles of population biology, epidemiology, community health nursing, and public health sciences and policy in multiple media using several learning strategies...
- Promoting integration of genetics core competencies into entry-level nursing curriculaCatherine Y Read
Boston College, William F Connell School of Nursing, 140 Commonwealth Avenue, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467, USA
J Nurs Educ 43:376-80. 2004..This article describes a 5-year effort to integrate genetics education into a baccalaureate nursing curriculum and provides the results of a curriculum survey based on published genetics core competencies...
- Narrative pedagogy: teaching geriatric content with stories and the "Make a Difference" project Mary K Kirkpatrick
East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA
Nurs Educ Perspect 25:183-7. 2004..Stories are also used for the service-learning component of the course as students participate in a "Make a Difference" project with elderly people...
- An evaluation of an educational programme to prepare family health nursesColin Macduff
Centre for Nurse Practice Research and Development, The Robert Gordon University, Garthdee Road, Aberdeen AB10 7QG, UK
Nurse Educ Today 24:575-83. 2004..This customized degree programme provides a precedent for other educational providers in the UK to reconsider their approach to specialist practice degree level education...
- Student stakeholders impact redesign for management practicumJudith Young
Department for Environments for Health, Indiana University School of Nursing, 1111 Middle Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46202, USA
Nurse Educ 29:251-5. 2004..The authors describe the survey process and its outcomes...
- The collaborative track option for BSN education: the best of both worldsRhea P Williams
School of Nursing, California State University, 5151 State University Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90032, USA
Nurse Educ 30:57-61. 2005..The authors describe this collaborative track model that efficiently uses the strengths and resources of both community colleges and a university for preparing baccalaureate degree nurses...
- Growing our own: a model for encouraging and nurturing aspiring leadersChristine Morgan
West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust
Nurs Manag (Harrow) 11:27-30. 2005..Such leaders can inspire others to follow them by displaying characteristic leadership behaviours. These leadership behaviours are described by Kotter (1990) and are laid out in Table 1...
- Community-based student practice: a transformational model of nursing educationKathleen M Thies
Department of Nursing, Colby Sawyer College, New London, NH 03256, USA
Nurs Leadersh Forum 9:3-12. 2004..This model provides students with opportunities to develop a rich understanding of the professional nursing role, while promoting nursing workforce development at both the individual and organizational levels...
- Measuring learning, student engagement, and program effectiveness: a strategic processJulie Jantzi
Institutional Assessment Planning, Azusa Pacific University, 450 N Soldano Ave, 211, Azusa, CA 91702, USA
Nurse Educ 30:69-72. 2005..The authors discuss how they applied the 9 steps strategically, positioning the program for 2 successful accreditation self-studies and concurrently addressing, with greater confidence, some of these age-old questions...
- Oncology nursing education: teaching strategies that workMarguerite J Purnell
Florida Atlantic University, Christine E Lynn College of Nursing, Boca Raton, USA
Nurs Educ Perspect 25:304-8. 2004..The implementation and outcomes of these three activities are described. Evaluative comments confirmed that experiential activities enhanced students' knowing of themselves and their patients...
- Incorporating pedagogical principles in developing an online nursing research courseSue Ellen Odom
Department of Nursing, Clayton College and State University, Morrow, GA 30260, USA
Comput Inform Nurs 23:146-52. 2005..Using this approach for teaching an online nursing research course, students were able to learn the important concepts typically taught in a traditional, face-to-face course, while managing family and work responsibilities...
- An exploration into the most effective way to teach drug calculation skills to nursing studentsKerri Wright
School of Health and Social Care, University of Greenwich, Avery Hill Campus, Avery Hill Road, Eltham, London SE9 2UG, United Kingdom
Nurse Educ Today 25:430-6. 2005..These stages involve addressing mathematical concepts, teaching drug calculation formulae and then practising these skills in a clinical setting...
- Isolation followed by integration: a model for development of a separate geriatric courseMeredith Wallace
Fairfield University School of Nursing, Fairfield, Connecticut 06824, USA
J Nurs Educ 44:253-6. 2005..Faculty unanimously voted to create a geriatric nursing course to be offered to students during their second year of baccalaureate study...
- Medical students' motivation for internal medicineG C Williams
Program for Biopsychosocial Studies, University of Rochester, New York 14627
J Gen Intern Med 9:327-33. 1994..to compare the effects of "facilitating students' interest" versus "controlling students' learning" as educational models during the internal medicine clerkship...
- Perspectives on advancing preventative medicine through vaccinology at the comparative veterinary, human and conservation medicine interface: not missing the opportunitiesPeter L Nara
Biological Mimetics Inc, 124 Byte Drive, Frederick, MD 21702, USA
Vaccine 26:6200-11. 2008..The new complex problems of the new millennium will require new educational models that train para- and professional people for thinking and solving complex inter-related biological, ..
- Teaching community pediatrics to pediatric residents: strategic approaches and successful models for education in community health and child advocacyLaura Jean Shipley
Department of Pediatrics, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York, USA
Pediatrics 115:1150-7. 2005..With a growing number of diverse educational models in various stages of practice or development, common themes and approaches to promote successful teaching of ..
- HEALTH CARE WORKERS OVERCOMING FEAR OF HIV CONTAGIONPam Duffy; Fiscal Year: 1991..In addition, EGAD will recommend specific directions for further research. The investigators will continue a research program in development and testing of educational models for health care workers caring for persons with AIDS.
- Contemporary Issues in Dental CurriculumAllan Formicola; Fiscal Year: 2007..The curriculum materials produced by the expert panels will provide contemporary teaching materials for dental educators on topics that will improve the quality of patient care. [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Enhancing informed consent in cancer clinical trials;development and evaluation oCARMA BYLUND; Fiscal Year: 2008..This could improve accrual rates as well as communication between doctors and patients. [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Evaluating the Impact of Simulated Team Training on Patient SafetyDaniel Scott; Fiscal Year: 2007..unreadable] DESCRIPTION (not provided by the applicant): [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Maintaining Exercise and Healthy Eating in Older AdultsPhillip G Clark; Fiscal Year: 2010..Particular attention has focused on exercise and diet as having the most potential for achieving these aims. ..
- Changing Culture: Research/Scholarly Curriculum TrackAnthony Iacopino; Fiscal Year: 2006..abstract_text> ..
- Bridges to Doctoral Study in NursingMary Lou Bond; Fiscal Year: 2006..The UTA/UIW Bridges to Doctorate Consortium will enhance the scholarly endeavors of faculty and students on both campuses and will prepare MSN students for entry into a doctoral program. ..
- STAGE BASED HEALTH PROMOTION WITH THE ELDERLYPhillip Clark; Fiscal Year: 2004..The 12-month intervention will include expert system generated reports, stage- based manual and newsletters and phone coaching. ..
- STRAIT: Simulation Training for Rapid Assessment and Improved TeamworkMatthew Weinger; Fiscal Year: 2007..Successful demonstration of STRAIT'S effectiveness will lead to rapid dissemination of the methods to other clinical handoff situations. [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Proteomic studies of normal and abnormal platelet functionLawrence Brass; Fiscal Year: 2007..This includes novel methods that permit quantitation of individual molecules so that changes in levels of expression can be measured. [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Childhood Factors and Teen Smoking--An 8 Year Follow upChristine Jackson; Fiscal Year: 2002....
- Women's Health & Aging:Research and Leadership TrainingMARY CARNES; Fiscal Year: 2008..abstract_text> ..
- Timing And Intensity Of Strengthening After Hip FractureRebecca Craik; Fiscal Year: 2003....
- Real-time Assessment of Autonomy in Smoking CessationGeoffrey Williams; Fiscal Year: 2008..unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Clinical Strategies to Reduce Osteoarthritis DisabilitySusan Murphy; Fiscal Year: 2008..unreadable] [unreadable]..
- A Standardized Nursing Intervention Protocol for HCT PatientsMarcia Grant; Fiscal Year: 2009..Outcomes are evaluated at 3,6 and 12months post hospital discharge. Thestudy builds on over ten years of research collaboration with an interdisciplinary HCT team. ..
- MCI, APOE and Sleep Apnea: Effects on CognitionRUTH O HARA; Fiscal Year: 2009..Reducing cognitive impairment and delaying the onset of AD has significant clinical and economic benefits. Thus, the answer to this question could significantly enhance our therapeutic approach to cognitive impairment in older adults. ..
- Religion and Cancer-Related Behaviors In Black AmericansCheryl Holt; Fiscal Year: 2009..RS has great potential for use in the development of more effective cancer communication interventions for African Americans. ..
- RMCI Clinical Research Center Infrastructure Initiative*Keith Norris; Fiscal Year: 2009..the more than $33 million in ARRA funds allotted to create research experiences over the next two summers for over 3,700 high school and college students and science teachers at NIH-funded laboratories across the country ..
- Quality of Life Intervention in Breast Cancer SurvivorsKaren Dow; Fiscal Year: 2004....
- REDUCTION OF COMPOSITE POLYMERIZATION CONTRACTION STRESSRONALD SAKAGUCHI; Fiscal Year: 2002..Clinically significant reductions in contraction strain and stress will be produced which will improve the function and longevity of resin composite restorations. ..
- Intervention to Prevent Onset of Smoking in ChildhoodChristine Jackson; Fiscal Year: 2008..Secondary analysis: A proportional odds model will test the effects of anti-smoking socialization on susceptibility to smoking among children abstinent at final follow-up. ..
- DISSEMINATING END OF LIFE EDUCATION TO CANCER CENTERSMarcia Grant; Fiscal Year: 2005....
- Unexpected Clinical Events: Impact on Patient SafetyMatthew Weinger; Fiscal Year: 2003..The proposed studies, while yielding applied knowledge of specific ways to reduce medical error and improve clinical care, also address more fundamental issues of human cognition and the nature of expertise. ..
- FASEB Conf. Proteases in Hemostasis and Vascular BiologyLawrence Brass; Fiscal Year: 2005..Tissue factor, platelets and coagulation; 8. Regulators of hemostasis; 9. Protease receptors. The keynote lecture will be on gene therapy for disorders of hemostasis delivered by Dr. Katherine High. ..
- Stopping URIs and FLU in the Family: the Stuffy TrialElaine Larson; Fiscal Year: 2008....
- INNOVATIVE NUTRITION COMMUNICATION FOR LATINOSJohn Elder; Fiscal Year: 2002..Aggresive cohort maintenance strategies (used extensively in the past by our research team) and incentives are expected to help retain 85% of the study group over time. ..
- Staff Hand Hygiene and Nosocomial Infections in NeonatesElaine Larson; Fiscal Year: 2003....
- Obesity Prevention in Latino Home and Community Environ*John Elder; Fiscal Year: 2006..Moderator variables will include acculturation, socioeconomic status and GIS measures in the community. ..
- AFRICAN-AMERICAN AND WHITE CAREGIVERS: HEALTH EFFECTSBob Knight; Fiscal Year: 2002..The results have important implications for theory, practice, and policy with ethnically diverse caregivers. ..
- Modeling HIV Diffusion through Drug Using NetworksWilliam Zule; Fiscal Year: 2007..abstract_text> ..
- Interdisciplinary Research:Antimicrobial Resistance(RMI)Elaine Larson; Fiscal Year: 2006..In the final year, plans for a sustainable Consortium on antimicrobial resistance will be formalized. [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Risky Families Embedded in Risky EnvironmentsRafaela Robles; Fiscal Year: 2007..ADplicable to SBIR/STTR Onlv. See instructions. 0Yes 0No PHS398 (Rev. 05/01) Page2 Form Page 2 Number pagesconsecutively at the bottomthroughout the application. Donofusesuffixes such as 3a, 3b. Description, ..
- Life Support Decisions for Extremely Premature InfantsKaren Kavanaugh; Fiscal Year: 2007..Analysis of data will focus on summarizing each case and identifying themes within and across cases. Data from this study will be used in a subsequent intervention study. ..
- SMOKING PREVENTION FOR LATINO MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTSJohn Elder; Fiscal Year: 2003..The differential rates of acculturation between parents and middle school children and the potential buffering effect of HSA5 against negative life events experienced by the participants will be related to program outcomes. ..
- CHARACTERIZATION OF A NOVEL G PROTEIN IN PLATELETSLawrence Brass; Fiscal Year: 2005..All four of these aims will combine biochemical and pharmacologic approaches with studies on genetically engineered mice lacking selected receptors and G proteins, allowing us to better understand platelet activation in vivo. ..