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THE ACADEMIC LANDSCAPE
BRISCOE, L. and CLARKE, E., 2018. Midwifery education: Reflecting on the past and changing for the future. British Journal of Midwifery, 26(5), pp. 284-287.
DO, C.M., et al, 2018. Communities of practice: influences on pedagogical reasoning and action of nursing professors. Investigacion & Educacion en Enfermeria, 36(2), pp. 4-14.
GROOTHUIZEN, J.E., et al, 2018. What is the value of Values Based Recruitment for nurse education programmes? Journal of advanced nursing, 74(5), pp. 1068-1077.
ATTITUDES & PERCEPTIONS
CALLWOOD, A., et al, 2018. The ‘values journey’ of nursing and midwifery students selected using multiple mini interviews; Year One findings. Journal of advanced nursing, 74(5), pp. 1139-1149.
HUISMAN‐DE WAAL, G., et al, 2018. Students’ perspectives on basic nursing care education. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 27(11), pp. 2450-2459.
KALKIM, A., et al, 2018. Nursing Students' Perceptions of Spirituality and Spiritual Care and Their Spiritual Care Competencies: A Correlational Research Study. Journal of Hospice & Palliative Nursing, 20(3), pp. 286-295.
OKURA, M. and TAKIZAWA, H., 2018. Attitudes and values expected of public health nursing students at graduation: A delphi study. Nurse education today, 65, pp. 116-122.
BARTON, A.J., 2018. Leadership and Communication Competencies in Nursing: What Are We Missing? Journal of Nursing Education, 57(5), pp. 259-260.
BROMLEY, P., 2018. Capability: How is it recognised in student nurses undertaking postgraduate studies in neonatal intensive care? Journal of Neonatal Nursing, 24(3), pp. 142-147.
CHRISTIANSEN, B. and CHAMPION, J.D., 2018. Examining Doctor of Nursing Practice Clinical Competency. Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 14(5), pp. e93-e100.
JANGLAND, E., et al, 2018. Nursing students' understanding of the Fundamentals of Care: A cross‐sectional study in five countries. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 27(11), pp. 2460-2472.
ROOSEVELT, L., et al, 2018. Achieving competency in vaginal examinations: The challenge of balancing student learning needs with best practice in maternity care. Midwifery, 61, pp. 39-41.
AL-MUGHEED, K. and BAYRAKTAR, N., 2018. Knowledge and practices of nurses on deep vein thrombosis risks and prophylaxis: A descriptive cross sectional study. Journal of Vascular Nursing, 36(2), pp. 71-80.
GERAGHTY, S. and OLIVER, K., 2018. In the shadow of the ivory tower: Experiences of midwives and nurses undertaking PhDs. Nurse education today, 65, pp. 36-40.
LUCTKAR-FLUDE, M., et al, 2018. Development and Evaluation of an Epidural Analgesia Workshop for Senior Nursing Students. Journal of Nursing Education, 57(6), pp. 359-365.
KHAN, E.U. and HOOD, P.A., 2018. Nurses' perspectives on pharmacology: why, what and at which point of the curricula should education be delivered? British Journal of Nursing, 27(10), pp. 546-553.
SMITH, C.M. and JOHNSON, C.S., 2018. Preparing Nurse Leaders in Nursing Professional Development: Leadership Programs. Journal for Nurses in Professional Development, 34(3), pp. 158-161.
WELCH, T.D. and CARTER, M., 2018. Deliberate Practice and Skill Acquisition in Nursing Practice. Journal of continuing education in nursing, 49(6), pp. 269-273.
EQUALITY & DIVERSITY
ABDUL-RAHEEM, J., 2018. Cultural Humility in Nursing Education. Journal of cultural diversity, 25(2), pp. 66-73.
DREVDAHL, D.J., 2018. Impersonating culture: The effects of using simulated experiences to teach cultural competence. Journal of Professional Nursing, 34(3), pp. 195-204.
EFFLAND, K.J. and HAYS, K., 2018. A web-based resource for promoting equity in midwifery education and training: Towards meaningful diversity and inclusion. Midwifery, 61, pp. 70-73.
KOWLOWITZ, V., et al, 2018. Careers Beyond the Bedside: an Effective Program to Increase Diversity in Nursing. Journal of cultural diversity, 25(2), pp. 41-48.
MCNIEL, P.L. and ELERTSON, K.M., 2018. Advocacy and Awareness: Integrating LGBTQ Health Education Into the Prelicensure Curriculum. Journal of Nursing Education, 57(5), pp. 312-314.
SUNDBORG, E., et al, 2018. Impact of an educational intervention for district nurses about preparedness to encounter women exposed to intimate partner violence. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, 32(2), pp. 902-913.
TREIBER, L.A. and JONES, J.H., 2018. After the Medication Error: Recent Nursing Graduate's Reflections on Adequacy of Education. Journal of Nursing Education, 57(5), pp. 275-280.
EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE
BECCARIA, L., et al, 2018. Exploring nursing educators' use of theory and methods in search for evidence based credibility in nursing education. Nurse education today, 65, pp. 60-66.
SPENCER, R.L. and YUILL, O., 2018. Embedding evidence-based practice within the pre-registration midwifery curriculum. British Journal of Midwifery, 26(5), pp. 338-342.
UTHEIM GRØNVIK, C.K., et al, 2018. Nurses are better equipped for evidence-based practice following postgraduate study. Norwegian Journal of Clinical Nursing / Sykepleien Forskning, , pp. 1-25.
EXAMS & ASSESSMENTS
BINKS, S., 2018. Testing enhances learning: A review of the literature. Journal of Professional Nursing, 34(3), pp. 205-210.
RAURELL-TORREDÀ, M., et al, 2018. Objective Structured Clinical Examination: An Assessment Method for Academic-Practice Partnerships. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 19, pp. 8-16.
GOLDSBERRY, J.W., 2018. Advanced practice nurses leading the way: Interprofessional collaboration. Nurse education today, 65, pp. 1-3.
WOROCH, R.A., et al, 2018. Family Nurse Practitioner/Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Collaboration in Drug-Seeking Telephone Triage Simulation in an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Curriculum. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 18, pp. 14-19.
CAREY, M.C., et al, 2018. Experiences of undergraduate nursing students in peer assisted learning in clinical practice: a qualitative systematic review. JBI Database of Systematic Reviews & Implementation Reports, 16(5), pp. 1190-1219.
JENKINS, C. and GERMAINE, C., 2018. Solution-oriented learning to build resilience in mental health nursing students and recently qualified nurses. Mental Health Practice, 21(7), pp. 24-27.
KNUTSSON, S., et al, 2018. Participating in reflection seminars: Progressing towards a deeper understanding of caring science described by nursing students. Nordic Journal of Nursing Research, 38(2), pp. 111-116.
PAN, H., et al, 2018. Long-Term Effectiveness of Two Educational Methods on Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice Toward Palliative Care Consultation Services Among Nursing Staff: A Longitudinal Follow-Up Study. Clinical nursing research, 27(4), pp. 483-496.
CUMMINS, A.M., et al, 2018. Midwifery Graduate Attributes: A model for curriculum development and education. Midwifery, 61, pp. 66-69.
PILCHER, J. and GRAEBE, J., 2018. Strategies to Promote Learning and Engage Participants. Journal of continuing education in nursing, 49(5), pp. 197-199.
CARROLL, S.M., 2018. Destigmatizing Mental Illness: An Innovative Evidence-Based Undergraduate Curriculum. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing & Mental Health Services, 58(5), pp. 50-55.
NOVEL LEARNING TECHNIQUES
GONÇALVES, R., et al, 2018. Study circles in hospitals' obstetrics centers as a teaching-learning strategy in midwifery education. Midwifery, 61, pp. 42-44.
MOOD, L., 2018. Poetry: An Innovative Teaching Strategy for Exploring Empathy With Beginning Nursing Students. Journal of Nursing Education, 57(5), pp. 315-318.
ANBARI, A.B. and VOGELSMEIER, A., 2018. Associate Degree in Nursing-to-Bachelor of Science in Nursing Graduates' Education and Their Perceived Ability to Keep Patients Safe. Journal of Nursing Education, 57(5), pp. 300-303.
BLEICH, M.R., 2018. Quality and Safety as a Core Leadership Competency. Journal of continuing education in nursing, 49(5), pp. 200-202.
DI SIMONE, E., et al, 2018. Medication errors in the emergency department: Knowledge, attitude, behavior, and training needs of nurses. Indian Journal of Critical Care Medicine, 22(5), pp. 346-352.
PLACEMENTS & WORK-BASED LEARNING
ALTON, S., et al, 2018. Cost-Effective Virtual Clinical Site Visits for Nurse Practitioner Students. Journal of Nursing Education, 57(5), pp. 308-311.
ANKERS, M.D., et al, 2018. A phenomenological exploration of graduate nurse transition to professional practice within a transition to practice program. Collegian, 25(3), pp. 319-325.
DONLEY, C. and NORMAN, K., 2018. Nursing student perspectives on a quality learning environment in general practice. Primary Health Care, 28(4), pp. 36-42.
GÜNAY, U. and KILINÇ, G., 2018. The transfer of theoretical knowledge to clinical practice by nursing students and the difficulties they experience: A qualitative study. Nurse education today, 65, pp. 81-86.
HAWKLEY, L.C., et al, 2018. Geriatrics training for nurses in a skilled nursing facility: a GWEP feasibility study. Geriatric nursing, 39(3), pp. 318-322.
JEFFERS, S., 2018. Integration of a Hospice Clinical Experience: Nursing Students' Perceptions. Journal of Hospice & Palliative Nursing, 20(3), pp. 266-271.
KAIHLANEN, A., et al, 2018. Facilitating the transition from a nursing student to a Registered Nurse in the final clinical practicum: a scoping literature review. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, 32(2), pp. 466-477.
LOFFLER, H., et al, 2018. Student participation at Helping Hand Aged Care: taking clinical placement to the next level. Journal of Research in Nursing, 23(2), pp. 290-305.
PERRY, C., et al, 2018. The behaviours of nurses that increase student accountability for learning in clinical practice: An integrative review. Nurse education today, 65, pp. 177-186.
CSIERNIK, R., et al, 2018. Nursing Students' Perceptions of Participatory Action Research. Journal of Nursing Education, 57(5), pp. 282-286.
TAYLOR, J. and SPURLOCK, D., 2018. Statistical Power in Nursing Education Research. Journal of Nursing Education, 57(5), pp. 262-264.
CALDWELL, R. and COCHRAN, C., 2018. Infusing Social Justice in Undergraduate Nursing Education: Fostering Praxis Through Simulation. Journal of Forensic Nursing, 14(2), pp. 88-97.
CHEN, J., et al, 2018. Standardised simulation-based emergency and intensive care nursing curriculum to improve nursing students’ performance during simulated resuscitation: A quasi-experimental study. Intensive & Critical Care Nursing, 46, pp. 51-56.
DANG, B.K., et al, 2018. Assessing Simulation, Virtual Reality, and Television Modalities in Clinical Training. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 19, pp. 30-37.
LEVETT-JONES, T., et al, 2018. Exploring Nursing Students' Perspectives of a Novel Point-of-View Disability Simulation. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 18, pp. 28-37.
LIAW, S.Y., et al, 2018. Multiuser virtual worlds in healthcare education: A systematic review. Nurse education today, 65, pp. 136-149.
MERRITT, L.S., et al, 2018. Using a Web-Based e-Visit Simulation to Educate Nurse Practitioner Students. Journal of Nursing Education, 57(5), pp. 304-307.
VERKUYL, M., et al, 2018. Comparison of Debriefing Methods after a Virtual Simulation: An Experiment. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 19, pp. 1-7.
SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND SPECIALITIES
KRØGER, E., et al, 2018. Facilitating nursing students' acquisition of knowledge about the public health perspective in nursing: Experiences from a pilot project. Nordic Journal of Nursing Research, 38(2), pp. 77-86.
KOZLOWSKI, D., et al, 2018. Increasing nurses' emotional intelligence with a brief intervention. Applied Nursing Research, 41, pp. 59-61.
LAHTI, M., et al, 2018. The required knowledge for lifespan mental health promotion and prevention for Master's level mental health nurse education - the eMenthe project. International Journal of Health Promotion & Education, 56(3), pp. 143-154.
RAMBUR, B. and FITZPATRICK, T., 2018. A plea to nurse educators: Incorporate big data use as a foundational skill for undergraduate and graduate nurses. Journal of Professional Nursing, 34(3), pp. 176-181.
RANJBAR, H., et al, 2018. An Evolutionary Route for the Moral Development of Nursing Students: A Constructivist Grounded Theory. Journal of Nursing Research (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins), 26(3), pp. 158-167.
SANDERS, C. and ASHMAN, G., 2018. The impact of an Advanced Nurse Practitioner training programme in an acute stroke service. British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing, 14(3), pp. 130-134.
SAVAGE, C.L., et al, 2018. The inclusion of substance use-related content in advanced practice registered nurse curricula. Journal of Professional Nursing, 34(3), pp. 217-220.
STRUBE, P., et al, 2018. The Role of the Nurse Educator in Sustaining Compassion in the Workplace: A Case Study From an Intensive Care Unit. Journal of continuing education in nursing, 49(5), pp. 221-224.
THE STUDENT EXPERIENCE
BAKKER, E.J.M., et al, 2018. Physical and mental determinants of dropout and retention among nursing students: protocol of the SPRiNG cohort study. BMC Nursing, 17(1), pp. N.PAG-N.PAG.
BURJALÉS-MARTÍ, M.D., et al, 2018. Scale for the study of nursing students' perception of intimate partner violence: Adaptation and validation. Nurse education today, 65, pp. 17-22.
CARNEVALE, T. and PRIODE, K., 2018. “The Good Ole’ Girls’ Nursing Club”: The Male Student Perspective. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 29(3), pp. 285-291.
CHI-PING CHANG, 2018. Undergraduate Student Nurses' Functional Requirements for e-Portfolios: A Qualitative Research Study. Studies in Health Technology & Informatics, 250, pp. 83-84.
CUMMINS, A.M., et al, 2018. Introducing sensitive issues and self-care strategies to first year midwifery students. Midwifery, 61, pp. 8-14.
LABRAGUE, L.J., et al, 2018. An integrative review on coping skills in nursing students: implications for policymaking. International nursing review, 65(2), pp. 279-291.
SIDHU, S. and PARK, T., 2018. Nursing curriculum and bullying: An integrative literature review. Nurse education today, 65, pp. 169-176.
HOFMEYER, A., et al, 2018. Teaching compassionate care to nursing students in a digital learning and teaching environment. Collegian, 25(3), pp. 307-312.
HONEY, M., 2018. Undergraduate Student Nurses' Use of Information and Communication Technology in Their Education. Studies in Health Technology & Informatics, 250, pp. 37-40.
LUO, S. and YANG, H.H., 2018. Using Technologies in Nursing Research Education: A Mixed Methods Case Study. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing, 36(6), pp. 293-304.
MAJIMA, Y., et al, 2018. Video Review System for Sharing Tacit Knowledge of Clinical Nursing Practice. Studies in Health Technology & Informatics, 250, pp. 41-44.
WADSON, K. and PHILLIPS, L.A., 2018. Information literacy skills and training of licensed practical nurses in Alberta, Canada: results of a survey. Health Information & Libraries Journal, 35(2), pp. 141-159.
XIAO, Q., et al, 2018. Nurses' Experiences and Perceptions of Mobile Learning: A Survey in Beijing, China. Studies in Health Technology & Informatics, 250, pp. 86-87.
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