Syllabus Selections: Innovative Learning Activities

Death and Dying and Postmortem Care: Essential Addition to Senior Skills Day

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2020, Volume 59 Issue 1
Death is a significant life event and one that occurs every day in hospitals across the nation, where most new graduate nurses obtain their first…

Educational Innovations

Junior and Senior Nursing Students: A Near-Peer Simulation Experience

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2020, Volume 59 Issue 1
Near-peer teaching is a form of peer-assisted learning with at least 1 year of difference between the groups of students. A near-peer simulation…

Syllabus Selections: Innovative Learning Activities

Combining SOAP Notes With Guided Reflection to Address Implicit Bias in Health Care

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2020, Volume 59 Issue 1
Implicit bias has been shown to negatively affect patient–provider interaction, health care disparities, and patient outcomes. Researchers have…

Syllabus Selections: Innovative Learning Activities

Telephone Simulation: An Intradisciplinary Simulation for Nursing Education

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2020, Volume 59 Issue 1
Advancing technology affects health care delivery and influences the education of new generations of nursing students. In 2016, approximately 31.6%…

Syllabus Selections: Innovative Learning Activities

Motivating Students to Read Using Guided Notes

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2020, Volume 59 Issue 1
Undergraduate college students lead busy lives that include heavy use of technology and are not always motivated to complete required reading for…

Educational Innovations

Building Capacity for Nursing and Midwifery Education Through an Asynchronous Online Course

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2020, Volume 59 Issue 1
Global organizations urge toward transformative, lifelong learning for nurses and midwives. Throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, strengthening…

Educational Innovations

Student Voices During Action Research Impact Outcomes in Nursing Quality Improvement Project

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2020, Volume 59 Issue 1
A systematic evaluation plan is required in nursing education to determine achievement of curricular initiatives and to improve program student…

Educational Innovations

Interprofessional Health Care Escape Room for Advanced Learners

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2020, Volume 59 Issue 1
Interprofessional education is essential to ensure that health care graduates are prepared for collaborative practice. One way to prepare students…

Educational Innovations

Transitioning the Doctor of Nursing Practice Final Project Defense to Large Venue Poster Sessions

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2020, Volume 59 Issue 1
Accelerated growth in Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) programs has mandated the need for innovative strategies for doctoral students to defend their…

Educational Innovations

An Academic–Fire Department Partnership to Address Social Determinants of Health

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2020, Volume 59 Issue 1
As the link between social factors and health outcomes has been increasingly identified in nursing research, educators are called to provide clinical…

Major Article

Sensitive Versus Specific Search Strategy to Answer Clinical Questions

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2020, Volume 59 Issue 1
Students and clinicians are challenged to locate evidence to answer clinical questions. Searching experiences include frustration with words to query…

Major Article

Student Interpersonal Connection in Nursing Education: A Concept Analysis

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2020, Volume 59 Issue 1
A sense of connection is central to nursing education and is associated with positive student outcomes. The aim of this concept analysis was to…

Educational InnovationsOpen Access

Evolution of Experiential Learning Opportunities for Nursing Students After Natural Disaster

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2020, Volume 59 Issue 1
Natural disasters, such as Hurricane Harvey, can provide unique hands-on learning experiences for nursing students. The University of Texas Health…

Research Brief

Evaluation of a Wellness Clinic in Assessing Knowledge Synthesis Among Bachelor of Science in Nursing Students

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2020, Volume 59 Issue 1
To enrich students' clinical learning experience and facilitate their ability to meet the baccalaureate outcomes, students rotate through a…

Major Article

Observational Experiential Learning: Theoretical Support for Observer Roles in Health Care Simulation

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2020, Volume 59 Issue 1
Confusion remains about the use of the observer role in simulation. Observational learning is an emerging form of brain-based learning that is…

Editorial

2020: International Year of the Nurse and Midwife

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2020, Volume 59 Issue 1
The World Health Organization (WHO) designated this year, 2020, as “International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife.” The purpose of the designation…

Annual Reviewers

2019 Reviewers

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2020, Volume 59 Issue 1
Each individual listed has donated time, effort, and thought toward reviewing manuscripts written by his or her colleagues. This is a labor of…

Syllabus Selection: Innovative Learning Activity

Cultivating Undergraduate Community Assessment Projects Through Civic and Cooperative Extension Partnerships

Journal of Nursing Education, December 2019, Volume 58 Issue 12
Undergraduate baccalaureate nursing students often struggle to select appropriate community assessment project topics due to unfamiliarity with…

Research Briefs

The Influence of Gamification on Decision Making in Nursing Students

Journal of Nursing Education, December 2019, Volume 58 Issue 12
Gamification provides nursing students with a setting in which they can practice clinical reasoning and decision making in a realistic and secure…

Educational Innovations

Partnering for a Sustainable Interprofessional Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Education Curriculum

Journal of Nursing Education, December 2019, Volume 58 Issue 12
The World Health Organization recommends that health care educators create a collaborative and practice-ready workforce. Focused interprofessional…

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