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Virtual simulation in nursing education / [electronic resource]. by Gordon, Randy M.;
Learn best practices for successfully integrating virtual simulation into nursing curriculum Written for students in nurse educator programs, nursing faculty, and other health care educators, Virtual Simulation in Nursing Education unpacks the necessary tools for successful integration of technology into nursing programs. The benefits of virtual simulation in nursing education are innumerable: less expensive, easier to access, and location independent compared with nondigital simulations. Yet the evolving nature of both curricula and technology complicates the implementation of a coherent integration plan. Success requires a coordinated impetus from faculty, administrators, and students to enrich a technologically enhanced learning landscape. With a practical, how-to focus, this book describes the unique dynamics and demands of using virtual simulation as a core teaching method and focuses on the best practices for integrating this technology into the nursing curriculum. The first text to detail systematic strategies for faculty, students, and administrators, Virtual Simulation in Nursing Education examines the most effective teaching methods and activities, discusses challenges and pitfalls to integrating virtual simulation into a curriculum, and examines how learning outcomes are met. With an eye toward motivating students to embrace technology throughout their careers, content illustrates how students can leverage technologies to maximize learning and support practice. Replete with savvy tips from virtual simulation experts, chapters include exemplars that present the models in real-life scenarios, and clinical reasoning questions to reinforce learning. Key Features: Accompanied by an Instructor's Manual and PowerPoint slides Teaches students of nurse educator programs, nurse educators, and administrators how to successfully use virtual simulation Provides useful tools, best practices, and savvy strategies for integrating technology into the curriculum Includes examples and clinical reasoning questions to reinforce content Demonstrates how students can maximize learning and support practice with virtual simulation technology Provides a firm foundation for students to embrace technology throughout their careersElectronic reproduction.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Nonfiction.; Medical.;
© 2018.,
On-line resources: http://link.overdrive.com/?websiteID=130119&titleID=3945013 -- Click to access digital title in OverDrive.;
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Concepts for nursing practice / by Giddens, Jean,author.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.Development -- Functional ability -- Family dynamics -- Cutlure -- Spirituality -- Adherence -- Self-management -- Fluid and electrolytes -- Acid-base balance -- Thermoregulation -- Sleep -- Cellular regulation -- Intracranial regulation -- Hormonal regulation -- Glucose regulation -- Nutrition -- Elimination -- Perfusion -- Gas exchange -- Reproduction -- Sexuality -- Immunity -- Inflammation -- Infection -- Mobility -- Tissue inegrity -- Sensory perception -- Pain -- Fatigue -- Stress and coping -- Mood and affect -- Anxiety -- Cognition -- Psychosis -- Addiction -- Interpersonal violence -- Professional identity -- Clinical judgment -- Leadership -- Ethics -- Patient education -- Health promotion -- Communication -- Collaboration -- Safety -- Technology and informatics -- Evidence -- Health care quality -- Care coordination -- Caregiving -- Palliative care -- Health disparities -- Population health -- Health care organizations -- Health care economics -- Health policy -- Health care law."Learn the core concepts of nursing care and apply them to the clinical setting! Concepts for Nursing Practice, 3rd Edition uses a simplified, intuitive approach to describe 57 important concepts relating to all areas of nursing practice. For easier understanding, this book also makes connections among related concepts and links you to other nursing textbooks. Exemplars for each concept provide useful examples and models, showing how concepts are successfully applied to practice. New to this edition are updated research evidence and a new Population Health concept" - Amazon.com.
Subjects: Nursing; Education, Nursing.;
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Nursing student retention : understanding the process and making a difference / by Jeffreys, Marianne R.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.pt. I. What's happening? Exploring student retention and taking action : Overview of student retention ; Student profile characteristics ; Cultural values and beliefs, self-efficacy, and motivation: important considerations ; Academic factors ; Environmental factors ; Professional integration and socialization ; Academic and psychological outcomes ; The outside climate: forecast, impact, and action ; Drop out, stop out, or go on? -- pt. II. Making a difference: spotlight on retention and success strategies : Faculty advisement and helpfulness: a culturally congruent approach ; Expanding the web of inclusion through professional events and memberships ; Promoting positive and productive peer partnerships ; Enrichment program design, implementation, and evaluation ; The nursing student resource center: a place for linking strategies together ; Future directions: a vision for tomorrow.
Subjects: Student Dropouts.; Students, Nursing.; Education, Nursing;
© c2012., Springer Pub.,
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Think like a nurse : a handbook / by Caputi, Linda.author.;
Includes bibliographical references (pages 259-260).Why this book and why do nurses need to learn about critical thinking? -- The Caputi Model for Teaching Thinking in Nursing -- Explanation of the following chapters -- Using critical thinking skills and strategies -- Beginning level thinking activities -- Advanced level thinking activities -- Clinical judgment/clinical reasoning : applied to the healthcare setting and care in the community."A student textbook that teaches a clinical judgement framework aligned to the NCLEX Clinical Judgement Measurement Model to help you pass the Next Generation NCLEX" - Provided by publisher.
Subjects: Nursing; Nursing; Education, Nursing; Philosophy, Nursing;
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Developing online courses in nursing education/ [electronic resource]. by O'Neil, Carol.;
Addresses importance of new technology and changing structures of online learning This authoritative text shows nurse educators and students how to teach in the online environment, using best practices and the latest technology. The fourth edition discusses the importance of lifelong learning and the relationship to flexible online learning environments, which are changing the dynamics of education. This valuable resource provides updated strategies for organizing and disseminating course content and examines such topics as massive open online courses (MOOCs), certificates, badges, and stackable degrees. The fourth edition also provides the latest evidence-based research examining student–teacher interactions, course management, web-based resources, and best practices. Chapters include real-world examples and applications of these concepts. New to the Fourth Edition: Delivers four new chapters on the changing role of the nurse educator, changing faculty roles, designing flexible learning environments, and using technology to meet the needs of students Addresses the interaction between nurse educators and instructional designers Provides enhanced understanding of design, design strategies, and technology Includes updated best practices for pedagogy, interaction, reconceptualizing course content, student assessment, course evaluation, and more Underscores the importance of lifelong learning and flexible, creative learning environments Key Features: Demonstrates foundational concepts for using technology to teach online Delineates pathways for using online modalities to engineer learning Delivers theories and frameworks guiding the development and use of a flexible environment Identifies guiding structures for maximizing learning in online environments Defines the distinct role of the online educator Promotes best use of technology according to the needs of the learner Includes abundant examples and reflective questions Supplemental instructor's manual includedElectronic reproduction.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Nonfiction.; Medical.;
© 2019.,
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Nursing mnemonics : 108 memory tricks to demolish nursing school / by Haws, Jon.; Patel, Tarang,author.; Klemer, Kati,author.;
Subjects: Nursing; Education;
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Fast facts for the clinical nursing instructor : clinical teaching in a nutshell / by Kan, Eden Zabat.; Stabler-Haas, Susan,author.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.Developing a new identity as a clinical nursing instructor -- Understand the rules : what every nursing instructor needs to know about the nursing program's policies -- Your new world : clinical sites, clinical specialties, clinical students -- You are a guest, so act like one -- Organize the semester, have a plan -- Confidentiality and patient privacy -- The high fliers : how to screen for higher achieving students -- The not-so-high fliers : how to screen for potential "problem students" -- The clinical evaluation triad -- The dos and don'ts of student documentation -- Early warning system -- Graded clinical versus pass/fail evaluations -- Preconferences -- Postconferences -- Unplanned events and absences -- Alternative assignments -- Unsafe practice -- What your students will expect of you -- Take time for self-care -- Letters of reference -- Role of simulation."Newly expanded and updated with a wealth of practical information, the third edition of this best-selling Fast Facts guide offers pragmatic advice on how to tailor teaching to nurses of various backgrounds in different clinical sites and specialties. It also addresses new requirements regarding online learning and hospital electronic documentation. In addition, by providing concrete tools for anxiety and stress reduction, this edition considers the importance of self-care." - Amazon.com
Subjects: Nursing; Education, Nursing; Teaching.;
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Creating & sustaining civility in nursing education / by Clark, Cynthia M.(Cynthia Marie).; Sigma Theta Tau International,issuing body.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.Reflections on incivility and why civility matters -- The costs and consequences of incivility : rationale for change -- The inextricable link between stress and incivility -- The "dance of incivility and civility" in nursing education -- Raising awareness, naming the problem, and creating a vision for civility -- Principled leadership and the power of positive role-modeling and mentoring -- Pathway for fostering organizational civility : institutionalizing change -- Fostering effective and meaningful communication -- The first day of class : co-creating a positive learning environment -- Scholarly teaching, engaged learning, and finding our joy -- The healing power of stress management and self-care -- Seeking and keeping civility in nursing education.Creating & Sustaining Civility in Nursing Education provides a comprehensive overview of civility and incivility in nursing education and presents a variety of evidence-based strategies that faculty - and students - can implement to promote and maintain civility and respect in the education setting. -- Provided by publisher.
Subjects: Nursing ethics.; Teacher-student relationships.; Interpersonal relations.; Classroom environment.; Nursing; Education, Nursing.; Students, Nursing; Interprofessional Relations; Leadership.;
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Legal and ethical issues in nursing education : [electronic resource] : An essential guide. by Glasgow, Mary Ellen Smith.;
Understand the legal framework that provides the structure of Nursing! This is the only current text to critically examine the vast array of legal and ethical matters confronting nursing faculty in classroom and clinical settings. Designed to assist students preparing to be nurse educators, academic nursing administrators, and novice and seasoned faculty in making real-life decisions about academic issues within a legal and ethical framework. Replete with practical advice from experts in the fields of nursing, law, and ethics, this text guides the reader through legal and ethical principles, analyses of relevant case-based scenarios, and practical recommendations for handling problems in accordance with existing laws and institutional policy. Clearly and concisely written and organized, this text provides a comprehensive description of the legal process, including higher education law, the courts, case law, the role of a university attorney, and how to read and cite judicial decisions. Real-world case scenarios and detailed analyses of pertinent issues, including coverage of incivility, discrimination, harassment, academic dishonesty, and freedom of speech, are examined from the perspective of students, faculty, and administrators. Key Features: Written by a nursing dean, a former nursing dean, an ethicist, and a higher education attorney An entire section of legal and ethical cases, featuring a unique philosophical and ethical perspective Delivers best practices for nursing faculty Provides tips on when to consult the university attorney, critical elements to consider, actions to take when law and ethics conflict, helpful resources, and a glossary of legal terms An Instructor's Manual and discussion questions facilitate teaching.Electronic reproduction.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Nonfiction.; Medical.;
© 2020.,
On-line resources: http://link.overdrive.com/?websiteID=130119&titleID=5718845 -- Click to access digital title in OverDrive.;
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Essentials of patient education / by Bastable, Susan Bacorn,editor.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.Overview of education in health care -- Ethical, legal, and economic foundations of the educational process -- Applying learning theories to healthcare practice -- Determinants of learning -- Developmental stages of the learner -- Health behaviors of the learner -- Literacy in the adult patient population -- Gender, socioeconomic, and cultural attributes of the learner -- Educating learners with disabilities -- Behavioral objectives and teaching plans -- Teaching methods and settings -- Instructional materials -- Technology in patient education -- Evaluation in healthcare education.Essentials of Patient Education, Second Edition prepares nurses for their increasing role in patient teaching, health education and health promotion. Highly revised, the Second Edition focuses on the basic principles of teaching and learning by emphasizing the role of the professional nurse in educating patients and families effectively and efficiently in various healthcare settings. The Second Edition explores new topics of motor learning and gender differences in the brain as well as, the ethics of patient education and the legal role of the nurse as mandated by state practice. The text features completely revised chapter content and updated references that provide evidence from research and theoretical foundations which substantiate content throughout the text. -- Provided by publisher.
Subjects: Patient education.; Nursing.; Education, Nursing; Learning.; Patient Education as Topic; Teaching.;
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