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Nurse Education Today

Print ISSN
0260-6917
Electronic ISSN
1532-2793
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1.113
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Sciencedirect
URL
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/02606917
Usage rank
2850
Article count
2488
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0
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0.0
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CSA, Ingenta, Gale, Sciencedirect from 1981, Proquest, and Rcgp

  1. Undergraduate nurse attitudes toward older adults and perceptions of working with older adults: an analysis of measurement instruments.

    Nurse Education Today 35(1):183 (2015) PMID 25245662

    An undergraduate nurse's attitude toward older adults or their perception of working with older adults can influence the quality of care provided and their career choice, respectively. As such, it is important to conduct research that contributes to the evaluation of attitudes and perceptions. In th...
  2. Compassion and the fundamental attribution error: A reply to Rolfe & Gardner.

    Nurse Education Today 35(3):474 (2015) PMID 25216576

    I do two things. First, I describe the theoretical context of the Darley & Batson study. This is the situationist perspective in social psychology, which overlaps with the idea of the cognitive unconscious. Second, I defend my account of the Good Samaritan study against Rolfe & Gardner's criticisms....
  3. Self-reported eHealth literacy among undergraduate nursing students in South Korea: a pilot study.

    Nurse Education Today 35(2):408 (2015) PMID 25466791

    With the Internet being the preferred primary source for information seekers, 9 out of 10 Internet users report that they have looked online for health information in South Korea. Nurses as well as nursing students need to be knowledgeable about online health information resources and able to evalua...
  4. People, liminal spaces and experience: understanding recontextualisation of knowledge for newly qualified nurses.

    Nurse Education Today 35(2):e78 (2015) PMID 25466793

    We suggest that newly qualified nurses learn to delegate to, and supervise, health care assistants through re-working (`recontextualising') knowledge; and that this process occurs within a transitional (`liminal') space. Conceptualising learning in this way allows an understanding of the shift from...
  5. Evaluation of disaster preparedness training and disaster drill for nursing students.

    Nurse Education Today 35(1):25 (2015) PMID 24832532

    Preparedness and preventive measures are needed to reduce the impact of disasters. Disaster preparedness training for nurses has a long history. However, the effectiveness of disaster preparedness training for nursing students has been limited, to some extent, since they have been based on self-eval...
  6. Conceptions of learning research: variations amongst French and Swedish nurses. A phenomenographic study.

    Nurse Education Today 35(1):73 (2015) PMID 25048612

    The development of nursing research capacity and interactions with cultural and structural issues is at various stages throughout Europe. This process appears to be remarkably similar irrespective of the country. Sweden has developed this capacity since the 1990s, whereas France is experiencing a tr...
  7. Assessment of critical thinking: a Delphi study.

    Nurse Education Today 34(11):1357 (2014) PMID 24713126

    Nurse educators are responsible for preparing nurses who critically analyze patient information and provide meaningful interventions in today's complex health care system. By using the Delphi research method, this study, utilized the specialized and experiential knowledge of Certified Nurse Educator...
  8. Promoting cultural understanding through pediatric clinical dyads: an education research project.

    Nurse Education Today 34(11):1346 (2014) PMID 24746943

    This project explored the experiences of six undergraduate nursing students, three American nursing students and three nursing students from the Sultan of Oman, who participated in a faculty initiated education research project as part of their pediatric clinical practicum. Students were placed in d...
  9. Using root cause analysis to promote critical thinking in final year Bachelor of Midwifery students.

    Nurse Education Today 34(6):1018 (2014) PMID 24238823

    Midwives require well developed critical thinking to practice autonomously. However, multiple factors impinge on students' deep learning in the clinical context. Analysis of actual case scenarios using root cause analysis may foster students' critical thinking and application of 'best practice' prin...
  10. Attitudes towards HIV/AIDS patients and empathic tendencies: a study of Turkish undergraduate nursing students.

    Nurse Education Today 34(6):929 (2014) PMID 24268638

    Studies indicate that the attitudes of nurses, nursing students, and other health care professionals towards Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) patients are affected by cultural differences and the fear of HIV/AIDS infection, resulting in both negative...