Nursing 514

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1. Boschma G., Einboden R., Groening M., et al., “Strengthening communication education in an undergraduate nursing curriculum,” International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 2010, 7 (1).
2. Brandon A.F., All A.C., “Constructivism theory analysis and application to curricula,” Nursing Education Perspectives, 2010, Mar-Apr 31 (2) 89-92.
3. Cranford Joan S., “Bridging the gap: Clinical practice nursing and the effect of role strain on successful role transition and intent to stay in academia,” International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 2013, June 10 (1) 1-7.
4. Gallagher Patrick Joseph, Rice Billiejoan, et al., “An evaluation of a critical care course for undergraduate nursing students," Nursing in Critical Care, 2011, Sep-Oct 16 (5) 261-9.
5. Ganley B.J., Sheets I., “A strategy to address the nursing faculty shortage,” Journal of Nursing Education, 2009, July 48 (7) 401-5.
6. Giddens J.F., Walsh M., “Collaborating across the pond: the diffusion of virtual communities for nursing education," Journal of Nursing Education, 2010, August 49 (8) 449-54.
7. Giddens J.F., Brady D.P., “Rescuing nursing education from content saturation: the case for a concept-based curriculum,” Journal of Nursing Education, 2007, Feb 46 (2) 65-9.
8. Glasgow M.E.S., Dunphy L.M., Mainous R.O., "Innovative nursing educational curriculum for the 21st century,” Nursing Education Perspectives, 2010, Nov 31 (6) 355-7.
9. Hesook Suzie Kim, “Outcomes-based curriculum development and student evaluation in nursing education,” Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing, 2012, 42 (7) 917-27.
10. Hessler Karen L.; Henderson Ann M., “Interactive learning research: Application of cognitive load theory to nursing education,” International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 2013, Jun 10 (1) 1-10.
11. Hovancsek M., Jeffries P.R., Escudero E., et al., “Creating simulation communities of practice: an international perspective,” Nursing Education Perspectives, 2009, Mar-Apr 30 (2) 121-5.
12. Kalb K.A., “The three Cs model: the context, content, and conduct of nursing education,” Nursing Education Perspectives, 2009, May-Jun 30 (3) 176-80.
13. Kalb K.A., “Core competencies of nurse educators: inspiring excellence in nurse educator practice,” Nursing Education Perspectives, 2008, Jul-Aug 29 (4) 217-9.
14. Kalb K.A., O¿Conner-Von Susan, K., “Educating leaders in nursing: faculty perspectives,” International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 2012, Jan 9 (1) 1-13.
15. Kantor S.A., “Pedagogical change in nursing education: one instructor's experience," Journal of Nursing Education, 2010, July 49 (7) 414-7.
16. Kardong-Edgren S.E., Starkweather A.R., Ward L.D., “The integration of simulation into a clinical foundations of nursing course: student and faculty perspectives,” International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 2008, 5 (1) 1-16.
17. Kulbok Pamela A., Mitchell Emma M., et al., “International experiences in nursing education: A review of the literature,” International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 2012, Jan 9 (1) 1-21.
18. McLennon Susan M., Friesth Barbara Manz, Lasiter Sue, “Using quality and safety education for nurses principles to enhance foundational nursing courses: Outcomes from an innovative curriculum project,” Journal of Nursing Education & Practice, 2013, April 3 (4) 1-11.
19. Mosalanejad Leili, Koolaee, Anahita Khodabakhshi, et al., “Students' knowledge of a problem based course compared with the same course utilizing group discussion,” International Journal of Nursing Education, 2012, Jul-Dec 4 (2) 63-6.
20. Nielsen Ann E., Noone Joanne, Voss Heather, Mathews Launa Rae, “Preparing nursing students for the future: An innovative approach to clinical education,” Nurse Education in Practice, 2013, 13 (4) 301-9.
21. Phillips, Janet M., Resnick, Jerelyn, Boni, et al., ”Voices of innovation: Building a model for curriculum transformation,” International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 2013, Jun 10 (1) 1-7.
22. Rossetti Jeanette, Oldenburg Nancy, et al., “Creating a culture of evidence in nursing education using student portfolios,” International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 2012, Jan 9 (1) 1-14.
23. Sairanen Raija, Richardson Eileen, Kelly Hélène, et al., “Putting culture in the curriculum: An European project,” Nurse Education in Practice, 2013, 13 (2) 118-24.
24. Simmonds K., Foster A.M., Zurek M., “From the outside in: a unique model for stimulating curricula reform in nursing education,” Journal of Nursing Education, 2009, Oct 48 (10) 583-7.
25. Skiba Diane J., “Technology and gerontology: Is this in your nursing curriculum?” Nursing Education Perspectives, 2012, 33 (3) 207-9.
26. Stallwood Lynda G., Groh Carla J., “Service-Learning in the nursing curriculum: Are we at the level of evidence-based practice?” Nursing Education Perspectives, 2011, Sep-Oct 32 (5) 297-301.
27. Stanley M.J.C., Dougherty J.P., “A paradigm shift in nursing education: a new model,” Nursing Education Perspectives, 2010, Nov 31 (6) 378-80.
28. Tanner C.A., “Transforming prelicensure nursing education: preparing the new nurse to meet emerging health care needs,” Perspectives, 2010, Nov 31 (6) 347-53.
29. Wallace M., Campbell S., Grossman S.C., et al., “Integrating spirituality into undergraduate nursing curricula,” International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 2008, 5 (1) 1-13.
30. Young Patricia K., Pearsall Catherine, et al., “Becoming a nursing faculty leader,” Nursing Education Perspectives, 2011, Jul-Aug 32 (4), 222-8.

 

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