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JACK, K., 2019. Clinical academic careers for nurses: a viable career pathway. Gastrointestinal Nursing, 17(4), pp. 22-25.
MORRELL-SCOTT, N., 2019. Is post registration cardiac nursing education facing its own thrombosis? British Journal of Cardiac Nursing, 14(5), pp. 1-3.
ALQUWEZ, N., et al, 2019. A multi‐university assessment of patient safety competence during clinical training among baccalaureate nursing students: A cross‐sectional study. Journal of Clinical Nursing (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.), 28(9), pp. 1771-1781.
ATTITUDES & PERCEPTIONS
ALDRIDGE, M.D. and HUMMEL, F., 2019. Nursing Students' Perceptions of Skills Learning: A Phenomenological Study. Nurse educator, 44(3), pp. 170-174.
DOLEMAN, G., et al, 2019. Midwifery student's perceptions of caring for substance-using pregnant women. Nurse education today, 76, pp. 26-30.
İNAN, F.Ş., et al, 2019. The Impact of Mental Health Nursing Module, Clinical Practice and an Anti-Stigma Program on Nursing Students' Attitudes toward Mental Illness: A Quasi-Experimental Study. Journal of Professional Nursing, 35(3), pp. 201-208.
ENGLUND, H.M., 2019. Nontraditional Students' Perceptions of Marginalization in Baccalaureate Nursing Education: Pushed to the Periphery. Nurse educator, 44(3), pp. 164-169.
CALLWOOD, A., et al, 2019. The "values journey" of nursing and midwifery students selected using multiple mini interviews; year two findings. Journal of Advanced Nursing (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.), 75(5), pp. 1074-1084.
CHO, O. and HWANG, K., 2019. Academic ethical awareness among undergraduate nursing students. Nursing ethics, 26(3), pp. 833-844.
BICE, A.A. and BRAMLETT, T., 2019. Teaching Nurses From a Holistic Comfort Perspective. Holistic nursing practice, 33(3), pp. 141-145.
GRAY-MICELI, D. and MORSE, C., 2019. Curricular Innovations for Teaching Undergraduate Nursing Students Care of Older Adults. Nurse educator, 44(3), pp. E7-E10.
MACKAVEY, C. and CRON, S., 2019. Innovative strategies: Increased engagement and synthesis in online advanced practice nursing education. Nurse education today, 76, pp. 85-88.
BOWIE, B.H., et al, 2019. The DNP Degree: Are We Producing the Graduates We Intended? Journal of Nursing Administration, 49(5), pp. 280-285.
CLARK, K. and HOFFMAN, A., 2019. Educating Healthcare Students: Strategies to Teach Systems Thinking to Prepare New Healthcare Graduates. Journal of Professional Nursing, 35(3), pp. 195-200.
GARBARINO, J. and MONFORTE, K., 2019. Engaging Undergraduate Nursing Students in Health Care Quality Education. Journal of Nursing Education, 58(5), pp. 315-316.
NOVEL LEARNING TECHNIQUES
LAISSER, R.M., et al, 2019. Crisis: an educational game to reduce mortality and morbidity. African Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health, 13(2), pp. 1-6.
PRESTI, C.R. and SANKO, J.S., 2019. Adaptive Quizzing Improves End-of-Program Exit Examination Scores. Nurse educator, 44(3), pp. 151-153.
PLACEMENTS & WORK-BASED LEARNING
ALTMILLER, G. and HOPKINS-PEPE, L., 2019. Why Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) Matters in Practice. Journal of continuing education in nursing, 50(5), pp. 199-200.
BONGAR, M.V.V., et al, 2019. Characteristics of a critical care clinical placement programme affecting critical care nursing competency of baccalaureate nursing students: A structural equation modelling. Journal of Clinical Nursing (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.), 28(9), pp. 1760-1770.
TWEEDIE, K., et al, 2019. Collaborative coaching and learning in midwifery clinical placements. British Journal of Midwifery, 27(5), pp. 324-329.
PREPARING FOR PRACTICE
DUNBAR, G., et al, 2019. The Transition From Expert to Novice and Back to Expert: Ensuring Competent and Safe Practice. Clinical Nurse Specialist: The Journal for Advanced Nursing Practice, 33(3), pp. 106-109.
FRANCIS, G. and O'BRIEN, M., 2019. Teaching clinical skills in pre-registration nurse education: value and methods. British Journal of Nursing, 28(7), pp. 452-456.
JOBES, M.J. and DUNCAN, K., 2019. A Guided Reflection Activity on Sudden Death. Journal of Nursing Education, 58(5), pp. 313-313.
LOUGHRAN, M.C. and KOHARCHIK, L., 2019. Ensuring a Successful Preceptorship. AJN American Journal of Nursing, 119(5), pp. 61-65.
MORTON, C. and RYLANCE, R., 2019. Perinatal mental health: preparing the future nursing workforce. Mental Health Practice, 22(3), pp. 17-19.
BARNFIELD, L., et al, 2019. Should midwives learn to scan for presentation? Findings from a large survey of midwives in the UK. British Journal of Midwifery, 27(5), pp. 305-311.
TRAN, A.N., et al, 2019. Reshaping Nursing Workforce Development by Strengthening the Leadership Skills of Advanced Practice Nurses. Journal for Nurses in Professional Development, 35(3), pp. 152-159.
ALTEREN, J., 2019. Narratives in student nurses' knowledge development: A hermeneutical research study. Nurse education today, 76, pp. 51-55.
DRISCOLL, J., et al, 2019. Enhancing the quality of clinical supervision in nursing practice. Nursing Standard, 34(5), pp. 43-50.
ALBERT, N.M., et al, 2019. Fostering Academic-Clinical Research Partnerships. Journal of Nursing Administration, 49(5), pp. 234-241.
COWMAN, S., 2019. Nursing research and patient care: A case for the bedside rather than the bench. Journal of Nursing Management (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.), 27(4), pp. 679-680.
LONG, A., et al, 2019. Research Prescription for Undergraduate Students: Research Mentoring in a Small Liberal Arts University. Journal of Professional Nursing, 35(3), pp. 170-173.
ALEXANDER, S., et al, 2019. Different Formats for Playing Virtual Gaming Simulations. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing, 37(5), pp. 237-240.
BROWN, N., et al, 2019. An Escape Room as a Simulation Teaching Strategy. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 30, pp. 1-6.
DÍAZ AGEA, J.L., et al, 2019. Improving simulation performance through Self-Learning Methodology in Simulated Environments (MAES©). Nurse education today, 76, pp. 62-67.
LAU, Y., et al, 2019. Interprofessional Simulation–Based Advanced Cardiac Life Support Training: Video-Based Observational Study. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 30, pp. 16-24.
SULLIVAN, N., et al, 2019. Emerging Evidence Toward a 2:1 Clinical to Simulation Ratio: A Study Comparing the Traditional Clinical and Simulation Settings. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 30, pp. 34-41.
TAMAKI, T., et al, 2019. The effectiveness of end-of-life care simulation in undergraduate nursing education: A randomized controlled trial. Nurse education today, 76, pp. 1-7.
SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND SPECIALITIES
JESSEE, M.A., 2019. Teaching Prioritization: "Who, What, & Why?". Journal of Nursing Education, 58(5), pp. 302-305.
TAWALBEH, L.I., 2019. The Effect of Infection Control Course on Nursing Students' Knowledge of and Compliance With Universal Precautions: A Quasi-experimental Study. Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing, 38(3), pp. 137-145.
WHITE, N., 2019. Use of mental imagery to learn CPR skills in pre-registration nurse education. British Journal of Nursing, 28(7), pp. 468-469.
BARRY, K.M., et al, 2019. A randomized controlled trial of the effects of mindfulness practice on doctoral candidate psychological status. Journal of American College Health, 67(4), pp. 299-307.
KARACA, A. and ŞIŞMAN, N.Y., 2019. Effects of a Stress Management Training Program With Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction. Journal of Nursing Education, 58(5), pp. 273-280.
MCNALLY, S., et al, 2019. Student perceptions, experiences and support within their current Bachelor of Nursing. Nurse education today, 76, pp. 56-61.
MILLER, H., et al, 2019. Benefits of Peer Mentoring in Prelicensure Nursing Education: A Dual Perspective. Nurse educator, 44(3), pp. 159-163.
OATES, J., et al, 2019. The mental health and wellbeing of midwifery students: An integrative review. Midwifery, 72, pp. 80-89.
STEENFELDT, V.O., et al, 2019. Nursing students' experiences of a challenging course: A photo-elicitation study. Nurse education today, 76, pp. 31-37.
WANG, A.H., et al, 2019. Undergraduate nursing students' experiences of anxiety-producing situations in clinical practicums: A descriptive survey study. Nurse education today, 76, pp. 103-108.
WYLLIE, A., et al, 2019. Exploring the experiences of early career academic nurses as they shape their career journey: A qualitative study. Nurse education today, 76, pp. 68-72.
AMMENWERTH, E. and HACKL, W.O., 2019. Topics for Continuous Education in Nursing Informatics: Results of a Survey Among 280 Austrian Nurses. Studies in Health Technology & Informatics, 260, pp. 162-169.
KARDONG-EDGREN, S., et al, 2019. Evaluating the Usability of a Second-Generation Virtual Reality Game for Refreshing Sterile Urinary Catheterization Skills. Nurse educator, 44(3), pp. 137-141.
RIGHETTI, A., et al, 2019. An online international learning project in an undergraduate children's nursing programme. Nursing Children & Young People, 31(3), pp. 26-30.
These books are available at libraries throughout NHS Scotland. Books at sites not local to you can be requested and sent to your preferred site. Click on links below for more details.
Communication skills for your nursing degree Jane Bottomley, St Albans, UK : Critical Publishing Ltd., 2019
Evidence-based medicine : how to practice and teach EBM Sharon E. Straus, Edinburgh : Elsevier, 2019
Nurse as educator : principles of teaching and learning for nursing practice Susan Bacorn Bastable, Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2019
So you want to teach clinical? : a guide for new clinical instructors Laura A. Jaroneski, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019
Student practice supervision and assessment : a guide for NMC nurses & midwives Joanne Lidster, London : Sage, 2019
Workplace learning : how to build a culture of continuous employee development Nigel. Paine, New York : Kogan Page Limited, 2019