Major Article

Millennial Nursing Students' Experiences in a Traditional Classroom Setting

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2019, Volume 58 Issue 1
The dissonance experienced between nurse educators and millennial students is a well-known phenomenon, yet evidence ascertaining what these learners…

Major Article

One Year On: Cultural Competence of Australian Nursing Students Following International Service-Learning

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2019, Volume 58 Issue 1
The effective delivery of health care to the growing multicultural population within Australia is a challenge for the nursing profession. A breakdown…

Major Article

A Concept Analysis of Conceptual Learning: A Guide for Educators

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2019, Volume 58 Issue 1
Concept-based curricula, coupled with conceptual approach to teaching, fosters conceptual learning. There is a need for clarity in the definition of…

Annual Reviewers

2018 Reviewers

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2019, Volume 58 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…

Editorial

Apprenticeships in Nursing: Back to the Future?

Journal of Nursing Education, January 2019, Volume 58 Issue 1
A recent report released by New America about apprenticeships in nursing sent shock waves through higher education communities concerning the…

Syllabus Selections: Innovative Learning Activities

Increasing Empathy in Mental Health Nursing Using Simulation and Reflective Journaling

Journal of Nursing Education, December 2018, Volume 57 Issue 12
Empathy and its significance to nursing is widely recognized. It is also complex, making it problematic to teach at an undergraduate level. Research…

Syllabus Selections: Innovative Learning Activities

Using Jenga to Teach Risk Management Concepts to Senior Nursing Students

Journal of Nursing Education, December 2018, Volume 57 Issue 12
Have you ever taught a class or lecture content where you were not sure how to engage students? Or you were just uncertain of how to present content?…

Syllabus Selections: Innovative Learning Activities

Supporting Transition Milestones in the Nursing Curricula

Journal of Nursing Education, December 2018, Volume 57 Issue 12
Nursing curricula is designed to be progressively more challenging each new academic term. Students are required to retain foundational knowledge and…

Syllabus Selections: Innovative Learning Activities

Enhancing Interprofessional Competencies Using Reflective Writing in Clinical Nursing Education

Journal of Nursing Education, December 2018, Volume 57 Issue 12
Given the growing realization for health care professionals to be competent practitioners within the broader health care team, there is a need to…

Research Briefs

Nursing Student Satisfaction With Daily Life: A Holistic Approach

Journal of Nursing Education, December 2018, Volume 57 Issue 12
Nursing school, clinical, and academic life challenges most students' satisfaction with daily life. This study sought to examine associations between…

Educational Innovations

Identifying Future Health Professionals' Understanding of the Determinants of Health

Journal of Nursing Education, December 2018, Volume 57 Issue 12
An understanding of the determinants of health is essential for all health professionals to be able to contribute to health promotion and disease…

Educational Innovations

Innovative Approach to Address Disability Concepts and Standardized Patients With Disability in an Undergraduate Curriculum

Journal of Nursing Education, December 2018, Volume 57 Issue 12
Despite a growing population of people with disabilities (PWD), health care professionals, including nurses, receive little educational preparation…

Research Briefs

Assessing Intercultural Development Pre- and Post Education Abroad

Journal of Nursing Education, December 2018, Volume 57 Issue 12
There is a need to identify objective measures for growth in the development of intercultural competence for students who engage in education abroad…

Research Briefs

Developing Person-Centered Care Through the Biographies of the Older Adult

Journal of Nursing Education, December 2018, Volume 57 Issue 12
A lack of specialized knowledge about providing health care to older people decreases their health outcomes and quality of life. This article…

Research Briefs

Preparing Advanced Practice Registered Nursing Students to Deliver Adolescent SBIRT for Substance Use

Journal of Nursing Education, December 2018, Volume 57 Issue 12
Adolescent substance use is a significant public health problem in the United States screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment (SBIRT)…

Major Article

Teaching Clinical Reasoning Piece by Piece: A Clinical Reasoning Concept-Based Learning Method

Journal of Nursing Education, December 2018, Volume 57 Issue 12
Recent discourse generates a more thorough understanding of what clinical reasoning entails. Although numerous strategies prioritize clinical…

Major Article

ESL Versus Non-ESL Nursing Students' Perceptions of Incivility in the Clinical Setting

Journal of Nursing Education, December 2018, Volume 57 Issue 12
Incivility toward nursing students in the clinical setting has been reported. The purpose of the study was to determine whether there was a…

Major Article

Improving Nursing and Midwifery Education in a Resource-Limited Context: An Initial Evaluation

Journal of Nursing Education, December 2018, Volume 57 Issue 12
This descriptive survey study provides the first evaluation of an innovative Master of Science in Nursing Education (MSNEd) program developed to meet…

Major Article

Growing a Professional Identity: A Grounded Theory of Baccalaureate Nursing Students

Journal of Nursing Education, December 2018, Volume 57 Issue 12
The purpose of this study was to construct a grounded theory that describes the experiences and explains the process of prelicensure baccalaureate…

Editorial

Cautious Certainty: Not Easy, But Nearly Always Necessary

Journal of Nursing Education, December 2018, Volume 57 Issue 12
As a new nurse working in a busy emergency department, and like many nurses who entered the profession in the 1990s, I learned a very…

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