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  1. Using the Theory of Planned Behaviour to examine enrolled nursing students' intention to care for patients with alcohol dependence: A survey study

    Nurse Education Today 35(11):1054 (2015) PMID 26055152

    Background Nurses are often the first point of contact for patients hospitalized due to alcohol-related causes. Alcohol dependence is highly stigmatized and as a result healthcare professionals often have low behavioural intentions, meaning low willingness to care for these p...
  2. The juggling act: Do student nurses who care for dependants need an adapted course? An applied policy research study

    Nurse Education Today 35(11):1085 (2015) PMID 26169286

    Background In line with many countries worldwide, the Department of Health mandate to Health Education England seeks to promote the diversity of applicants by widening participation in nurse education. A number of studies have explored the experience of non-traditional studen...
  3. Back to the future: An online OSCE Management Information System for nursing OSCEs

    Nurse Education Today 35(11):1091 (2015) PMID 26148444

    Background The Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) is an established tool in the repertoire of clinical assessment methods in nurse education. The use of OSCEs facilitates the assessment of psychomotor skills as well as knowledge and attitudes. Identified benefit...
  4. Using social media as a strategy to address ‘sophomore slump’ in second year nursing students: A qualitative study

    Nurse Education Today 35(11):1130 (2015) PMID 26220639

    Introduction An important contributing factor to the shortfall in the nursing workforce is the high attrition rate of students from nursing programmes. Recently, researchers have begun to examine the 'sophomore slump' phenomenon, related to students' sense of low self-efficac...
  5. Mathematical ability of first year undergraduate paramedic students—A before and after study

    Nurse Education Today 35(11):1125 (2015) PMID 26112769

    Background An ability to accurately perform drug calculations unassisted is an essential skill for all health professionals, with various occupational-specific stressors exacerbating mathematical deficiencies.
  6. The context, influences and challenges for undergraduate nurse clinical education: Continuing the dialogue

    Nurse Education Today 35(11):1114 (2015) PMID 26264968

    Introduction Approaches to clinical education are highly diverse and becoming increasingly complex to sustain in complex milieu
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  8. Towards identifying nurse educator competencies required for simulation-based learning: A systemised rapid review and synthesis

    Nurse Education Today 35(11):1108 (2015) PMID 26116032

    Objectives This paper presents the results of a systemised rapid review and synthesis of the literature undertaken to identify competencies required by nurse educators to facilitate simulation-based learning (SBL).
  9. Development of a nursing education program for improving Chinese undergraduates' self-directed learning: A mixed-method study

    Nurse Education Today 35(11):1119 (2015) PMID 26070480

    Objective This paper demonstrates the establishment of an extra-curricular education program in Chinese context and evaluates its effectiveness on undergraduate nursing students' self-directed learning.
  10. An evaluation of post-registration neuroscience focused education and neuroscience nurses' perceived educational needs

    Nurse Education Today 35(11):1069 (2015) PMID 26116030

    Background People with complex neurological conditions require co-ordinated care provided by nurses educated in meeting service needs, understanding the pathophysiological processes of disease and the preparation to care for those with complex needs. However, evidence suggest...