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Strategies for successful academic writing - institutional and non-institutional support for students.
Students develop better academic writing skills as they progress through their higher education programme, but despite recent continuing monitoring of student satisfaction with their education in UK, there has been relatively little research into students' perceptions of the active support that they...
Writing a bachelor thesis generates transferable knowledge and skills useable in nursing practice.
Generic skills or transferable skills have been discussed in terms of whether or not skills learned in one context can be transferred into another context. The current study was aimed to explore nurses' self-perceptions of the knowledge and skills they had obtained while writing a Bachelor's thesis...
Commencing nursing students' perceptions and anxiety of bioscience.
It is known that bioscience is perceived to be difficult and causes anxiety within undergraduate nursing students; yet, commencing students' perceptions of bioscience is not known. Therefore, the aim of this study was to ascertain incoming students' perceptions, knowledge and approaches to learning...
Home care simulation for student nurses: medication management in the home.
Preparing students to provide medication management in home care (HC) settings is challenging. Simulation methodology for teaching of complex skills has been successful in other clinical areas. This study tested a HC simulation model of education and examined student scores on tests of confidence an...
Recruitment, selection and retention of nursing and midwifery students in Scottish Universities.
High attrition rates from pre-registration nursing and midwifery programmes have been reported in both the UK and in other countries. A study was conducted to identify best practice in recruitment, selection and retention across Scottish Universities providing pre-registration programmes. A survey o...
Factors affecting the actions and emotional reactions of nursing teachers following encounters with students who present them with Internet ...
The Internet is a preferred source of information for nursing students. The purpose of the research was to identify teachers' reactions towards students who present them with information retrieved from the Internet. A total of 137 nursing teachers from 15 nursing schools in Israel were surveyed by a...
Student-faculty trust and student success in pre-licensure baccalaureate nurse education.
Nurse educators need an enhanced understanding of factors contributing to nursing student success to decrease attrition and increase retention. Improved understanding of factors related to successful nurse preparation could improve educational processes and facilitate student success, thereby addres...
Personal change amongst mental health nursing students: A longitudinal study.
Studies into the socialisation of nursing students have tended to concentrate on entrant's reactions to work and on the development of knowledge and skills in relation to a particular occupational culture. However, the extent and manner of personal and psychological changes experienced by mental hea...
A qualitative study exploring the impact of student nurses working part time as a health care assistant.
National and international evidence indicates that university students engage in employment whilst studying. Research has suggested that nursing students either enter training with previous care experience or tend to work part time in a health related area whilst undertaking higher education. The im...
Cultural meaning of course evaluation among nursing students and faculties in Korea.
Course evaluations have been used widely in universities without studying how they are perceived in different cultural backgrounds. The purpose of this study was to explore the perception of course evaluations in nursing schools in Korea from both students' and faculty's perspectives with a consider...