Guest Editorial

Accessible Simulation: A Necessity in Nursing Education

Journal of Nursing Education, November 2019, Volume 58 Issue 11
Simulation is expanding rapidly in nursing education, but a focus on simulation accessibility is lacking. How accessible is simulation training for…

Methodology Corner

Defining Practical Significance Is Hard, But We Should Do It Anyway

Journal of Nursing Education, November 2019, Volume 58 Issue 11
Although it was decades in the making, the urgency to move beyond simplistic rules for interpreting p values is quickly increasing. While p values…

Syllabus Selections: Innovative Learning Activities

Cerebral Vascular Accident Assessment in the Classroom

Journal of Nursing Education, October 2019, Volume 58 Issue 10
The neurological assessment can be challenging for new nurses to complete. Accuracy is critical when completing a neurological assessment for a…

Syllabus Selections: Innovative Learning Activities

Innovatively Operationalizing a Doctor of Nursing Practice Group or Team Project

Journal of Nursing Education, October 2019, Volume 58 Issue 10
In 2015, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) recommended group or team projects as another option for students to meet the final…

Educational Innovation

Creating a Gerontological Nursing Digital Repository Within a Learning Management System

Journal of Nursing Education, October 2019, Volume 58 Issue 10
Faculty who teach gerontological nursing are challenged to deliver competency-based baccalaureate nursing education. Because our courses are divided…

Research Briefs

Readiness to Practice in Generation Z Nursing Students

Journal of Nursing Education, October 2019, Volume 58 Issue 10
Generation Z nursing students born after 1995 have been described as true digital natives with a short attention span and tendencies toward boredom…

Syllabus Selections: Innovative Learning Activities

Using the Great Cookie Experiment to Teach Qualitative and Quantitative Research Concepts

Journal of Nursing Education, October 2019, Volume 58 Issue 10
All nursing baccalaureate nursing programs have a research course that is an essential part of the curriculum. Research knowledge and its application…

Syllabus Selections: Innovative Learning Activities

Evidence-Based Practice: A Hands-On Learning Experience for Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Students

Journal of Nursing Education, October 2019, Volume 58 Issue 10
According to the American Association of Colleges of Nursing's (AACN) The Essentials of Master's Education in Nursing (2011), it is essential that…

Research Briefs

Using an Interactive Framework to Assess a Cultural Simulation for Learning: Tag Team Patient Safety Simulation

Journal of Nursing Education, October 2019, Volume 58 Issue 10
The purpose of this pilot study, a replication of a study that originated in Australia for large classroom sizes, was to assess the effect of a…

Major Article

A Synchronous Interprofessional Patient Safety Simulation Integrating Distance Health Professions Students

Journal of Nursing Education, October 2019, Volume 58 Issue 10
Increasing rates of medical errors necessitate incorporation of patient safety education for health professions students. Institutions must address…

Research Briefs

Using Simulation to Evaluate Clinical Performance and Reasoning in Adult-Geriatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Students

Journal of Nursing Education, October 2019, Volume 58 Issue 10
The use of simulation-based learning experiences (SBLE) with nurse practitioner (NP) students is largely unexplored. The purpose of this pilot…

Research Briefs

Importance of and Satisfaction With Characteristics of Mentoring Among Nursing Faculty

Journal of Nursing Education, October 2019, Volume 58 Issue 10
Mentoring programs have the potential to influence the nursing faculty shortage by increasing job satisfaction while providing novice faculty with…

Major Article

A Delphi Study to Understand Clinical Nursing Faculty Preparation and Support Needs

Journal of Nursing Education, October 2019, Volume 58 Issue 10
Nursing programs are challenged with staffing qualified clinical faculty. Many hires, part time and full time, lack formal preparation or experience…

Major Article

Debriefing and Palliative Care Simulation

Journal of Nursing Education, October 2019, Volume 58 Issue 10
Palliative simulation is a beneficial bridge between theory and practice; however, it can be emotionally laden. Often overlooked during a debrief…

Major Article

Simulation and Clinical Competency in Undergraduate Nursing Programs: A Multisite Prospective Study

Journal of Nursing Education, October 2019, Volume 58 Issue 10
In prelicensure nursing education, there is a need to better understand the roles that simulation and traditional clinical instruction play in the…

Editorial

Finding Time to Think

Journal of Nursing Education, October 2019, Volume 58 Issue 10
It is October, a time when most faculty and students are well into their fall courses. Summer, and especially summer break (if there is such a thing…

Syllabus Selections: Innovative Learning Activities

Improving Assessment Skills: Flipping the Large Classroom Using High-Fidelity Manikins

Journal of Nursing Education, September 2019, Volume 58 Issue 9
The American Association of Colleges of Nursing (2008) stated that Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) graduates must be able to perform a…

Educational Innovations

International Service-Learning for Nurse Practitioner Students: Enhancing Clinical Practice Skills and Cultural Competence

Journal of Nursing Education, September 2019, Volume 58 Issue 9
The purpose of this project was to determine whether an international service-learning nurse-led clinic was a beneficial experience for nurse…

Syllabus Selections: Innovative Learning Activities

Innovative Use of Concept-Focused Testing to Improve Comprehensive Results

Journal of Nursing Education, September 2019, Volume 58 Issue 9
A deeper knowledge of difficult concepts is necessary to prepare nursing students for higher stakes testing, such as licensing or specialty…

Educational Innovations

Developing Innovative On-Campus Intensives to Enhance Distance-Based Nurse Practitioner Programs

Journal of Nursing Education, September 2019, Volume 58 Issue 9
The delivery of higher education has changed dramatically in recent years due to the shift toward distance learning, resulting in a need for creative…

Healio Jobs