Educational Innovations

Developing a Cultural Immersion Service-Learning Experience for Undergraduate Nursing Students

Journal of Nursing Education, February 2019, Volume 58 Issue 2
Cultural consciousness is a central element of purposeful and appropriate health care delivery. Research suggests that cultural consciousness is…

Educational Innovations

Using Twitter to Engage Online RN-to-BSN Students in Health Care Policy

Journal of Nursing Education, February 2019, Volume 58 Issue 2
Baccalaureate-prepared nurses have a professional responsibility to influence health care policy. This article describes a learning experience that…

Educational Innovations

An Innovative Simulated Research Practicum for Undergraduate Nursing Students

Journal of Nursing Education, February 2019, Volume 58 Issue 2
An understanding of the research process and familiarity with research methods is essential to nursing curricula to prepare graduates to participate…

Syllabus Selections: Innovative Learning Activities

Learning Collaborative Practice Through an Interprofessional Team Partnership Activity

Journal of Nursing Education, February 2019, Volume 58 Issue 2
Effectiveness of interprofessional collaboration (IPC) relies on role clarity (Lennen & Miller, 2017; Speakman, 2017). IPC education is…

Educational InnovationsOpen Access

Use of Simulation to Increase Self-Directed Learning for Nurse Practitioner Students

Journal of Nursing Education, February 2019, Volume 58 Issue 2
Interprofessional (IP) clinical training experiences for nurse practitioner (NP) students are on the rise. Faculty interaction with students during…

Major Article

Current State of Trauma-Informed Education in the Health Sciences: Lessons for Nursing

Journal of Nursing Education, February 2019, Volume 58 Issue 2
Trauma has significant effects on individuals' health. Nurses are well-positioned to deliver trauma-informed care; however, there is a lack of trauma…

Major Article

The HLKES-2: Revision and Evaluation of the Health Literacy Knowledge and Experiences Survey

Journal of Nursing Education, February 2019, Volume 58 Issue 2
Low health literacy impacts individual health and the health care system. The Health Literacy Knowledge and Experience Survey (HLKES) was created to…

Major Article

Integrating the National Council of State Boards of Nursing Clinical Judgment Model Into Nursing Educational Frameworks

Journal of Nursing Education, February 2019, Volume 58 Issue 2
Sound nursing clinical judgment is at the core of competent and safe client care. New graduate nurses face increasing challenges that underscore the…

Major Article

“Playing for Bragging Rights”: A Qualitative Study of Students' Perceptions of Gamification

Journal of Nursing Education, February 2019, Volume 58 Issue 2
Nursing faculty sought to promote students' engagement with course material and their peers by using Kaizen, an online educational game. The purpose…

Methodology Corner

A Guide to Guidelines for Nursing Education Researchers

Journal of Nursing Education, February 2019, Volume 58 Issue 2
This installment of the Methodology Corner discusses the important role of research and quality improvement project reporting guidelines in the…

Editorial

Partnering With an Online Program Management Company: Heresy, Innovative Entrepreneurship, or an Evolving Mind-Set?

Journal of Nursing Education, February 2019, Volume 58 Issue 2
Many colleges and universities are seeking alternative strategies to bolster enrollment and revenue as a result of the shifting demographics…

Syllabus Selections: Innovative Learning Activities

PhotoVoice in a Prenursing Health Care Systems Course

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2019, Volume 58 Issue 1
PhotoVoice is a participatory action research method that enables participants to identify their perception and knowledge through the visual cues of…

Syllabus Selections: Innovative Learning Activities

Class Dress Analogy: A Fun and Easy Approach to Active Learning

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2019, Volume 58 Issue 1
First-year nursing students are introduced to many new concepts and basic terms in a fundamentals of nursing course. These terms and concepts are…

Syllabus Selections: Innovative Learning Activities

Enhancing Advanced Practice Nursing Students' Verbal Patient Report Skills

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2019, Volume 58 Issue 1
Nurses use change of shift report in the clinical setting, but the method and format of a report differs when the advanced practice nursing (APN)…

Syllabus Selections: Innovative Learning Activities

Innovative Short Group Writing Assignments to Enhance Scholarly Writing Skills

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2019, Volume 58 Issue 1
Typically, scholarly writing is not a skill taught in graduate schools of nursing, even though there are many writing assignments. Scholarly writing…

Quality Improvement BriefOpen Access

Improving Telehealth Knowledge in Nurse Practitioner Training for Rural and Underserved Populations

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2019, Volume 58 Issue 1
Telehealth is an emerging technology for the delivery of health care services. Providers need to be trained to maximize the potential benefits for…

Educational Innovation

Keeping It Contemporary: Ensuring Dynamism in an Online Population Health Course

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2019, Volume 58 Issue 1
Population health is a dynamic area that nurses must grasp to meet the demands of the evolving health care system. Staying current on public health…

Research Brief

Nursing and Midwifery Students' Sense of Connectedness Within Their Learning Communities

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2019, Volume 58 Issue 1
Recognition of the importance of a supportive academic and clinical learning environment for nursing and midwifery students enrolled in health care…

Major Article

Active Learning Outcomes on NCLEX-RN or Standardized Predictor Examinations: An Integrative Review

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2019, Volume 58 Issue 1
Despite research indicating that active learning pedagogies that allow more student interaction in the classroom are the most effective way of…

Major Article

An International Scoping Exercise Examining Practice Experience Hours Completed by Nursing Students

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2019, Volume 58 Issue 1
There is global acceptance of the need for prelicensure nursing students to complete practice experience hours during their program of education. Yet…

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