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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
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2850
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2488
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  1. Editorial Board
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    Nurse Education Today 35(4):i (2015)

  2. The influence of undergraduate education on professional practice transition: A comparative descriptive study

    Nurse Education Today 35(3):518 (2015) PMID 25439134

    Background Graduates from Problem/Context Based Learning (CBL) undergraduate nursing programs often express concern that they may not be as well prepared for transition to graduate nursing practice as their colleagues from more traditional lecture-based programs.
  3. Determinants of nursing competence of nursing students in Taiwan: The role of self-reflection and insight

    Nurse Education Today 35(3):450 (2015) PMID 25534773

    Background A nursing practicum course is critical to strengthening the nursing competence of nursing students. Research has found that practice stress and coping behaviors can have either a negative or positive influence on the learning and practice performance of nursing stu...
  4. A guide to critiquing a research paper. Methodological appraisal of a paper on nurses in abortion care

    Nurse Education Today 35(3):e14 (2015)

    In this paper, we have taken a previously published article on nurses' judgements in abortion care performing a systematic critique of the merits of this research using a recognised critiquing framework.
  5. Use of mobile devices in nursing student–nurse teacher cooperation during the clinical practicum: An integrative review

    Nurse Education Today 35(3):493 (2015)

    Objectives To identify and appraise study findings on the use of mobile devices, in particular for what purposes and how, in nursing student–nurse teacher cooperation during the clinical practicum.
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    Nurse Education Today 35(3):i (2015)

  7. Compassion and the fundamental attribution error: A reply to Rolfe & Gardner

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

    In this reply to Rolfe & Gardner's critical discussion of my editorial 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, ...
  8. Effects of rational emotive behavior therapy for senior nursing students on coping strategies and self-efficacy

    Nurse Education Today 35(3):456 (2015) PMID 25475927

    Background Senior nursing students are faced with various types of stressful events such as taking the national licensure exam or finding employment. Such stress can generate maladaptive behaviors as well as physical and psychological symptoms. There is evidence supporting th...
  9. Nursing students' perspectives of the health and healthcare issues of Australian Indigenous people

    Nurse Education Today 35(3):461 (2015) PMID 25499968

    Background Indigenous people are the most disadvantaged population within Australia with living conditions comparable to developing countries. The Bachelor of Nursing programme at the University of Western Sydney has embedded Indigenous health into the undergraduate teaching ...
  10. Comparison of effects of training programs for final year nursing students in Turkey: Differences in self-efficacy with regard to information literacy

    Nurse Education Today 35(2):e73 (2015) PMID 25456260

    Background Information literate person are aware of where and how they can obtain the information they need. Little is known about student nurses information literacy skills in different education programs.