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Nurse Education Today

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

  1. Self-assessed level of competence of graduating nursing students and factors related to it.

    Nurse Education Today 34(5):795 (2014) PMID 24018358

    The transition from a nursing student to a professional nurse is both challenging and stressful. Competence of graduating nursing students is related to patient safety and there is a need for assessment of competence. However, there is a lack of research on the level of competence at the moment of g...
  2. A cross-sectional study of drinking patterns, prelicensure nursing education, and professional identity formation.

    Nurse Education Today 34(5):719 (2014) PMID 24070819

    Professional identity has been described as being an important outcome of nursing education, but how this identity forms is not well understood. Even less is known about how students' personal substance use/abuse patterns factor into their professional identity formation. The purpose of this study w...
  3. Mission Possible CD ROM: instructional tool for preceptors.

    Nurse Education Today 32(5):561 (2012) PMID 21925776

    Senior student preceptorship is a vital clinical component of many baccalaureate nursing curricula providing a one-on-one partnership with a registered nurse with clinical expertise. Experiential data and literature review support the preceptor's need for guidance with student assessment and evaluati...
  4. Service user involvement in the assessment of student nurses: a note of caution.

    Nurse Education Today 32(5):482 (2012) PMID 22197206

  5. The image of nursing as perceived by nurses.

    Nurse Education Today 32(6):e49 (2012) PMID 22079480

    Three broad categories that were significant in how nurses perceive the profession emerged: a) role of nurses, b) nursing knowledge, and c) attitude of nurses. Those about to enter the profession have a positive image of nursing based on their roles and their nursing knowledge. Attitude of nurses si...
  6. Developing a service user facilitated, interactive case study--a reflective and evaluative account of a teaching method.

    Nurse Education Today 32(2):156 (2012) PMID 22036271

    This article describes the development and ongoing evaluation of a method of service user facilitated case study in health and social care education in a UK University. An action research approach (Norton 2009) has been used in which the aim of the work is to improve personal practic...
  7. Integrating informatics into the BSN curriculum: a review of the literature.

    Nurse Education Today 32(6):675 (2012) PMID 21975369

    Even though health informatics (HI) education is an essential component of the undergraduate nursing curriculum, it remains controversial with no clear consensus on which knowledge and skills should be integrated in a baccalaureate nursing program. The purpose of this review article...
  8. Communication styles of undergraduate health students.

    Nurse Education Today 31(4):317 (2011) PMID 20655629

    These results show a preference for communicator styles which are facilitative of a client-centred approach, empathetic, and positive with interpersonal relationships. The lack of significant difference in communicator styles by year level further suggests that people disposed to such communicator s...
  9. Nursing students' perceived knowledge and attitude towards genetics.

    Nurse Education Today 31(4):333 (2011) PMID 20678829

    The purpose of this study was to assess the knowledge base of nursing students regarding the topic of genetics and how this may change as a student progresses through the nursing program. A 70 item multiple-choice and dichotomous survey was given to freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior nursing stu...
  10. The effect of voluntariness on the acceptance of e-learning by nursing students.

    Nurse Education Today 31(4):350 (2011) PMID 20724043

    We hypothesized that voluntariness moderates the effect of perceived attributes of innovations (e.g. relative advantage, compatibility, complexity, trialability, and observability), which determines the acceptance of e-learning. To test the hypothesis a survey involving two groups of nursing student...