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Using Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) in undergraduate psychiatric nursing education: Is it reliable and valid?
While there is widespread use of OSCE in general nursing specialties, psychiatric nursing has been slow to adopt this evaluation method and it has only recently been introduced to psychiatric nursing education. The main aim of the present study is to test the first ap...
The usefulness of nursing languages to communicate a clinical event.
The purpose of this study was to explore nurses' perceptions of the strengths and limitations of standardized nursing languages in the electronic health record to communicate a clinical event. Limited examples of research exist exploring the effectiveness of the electronic health rec...
Rapid clinical information drives patient safety.
Reducing sitter use: decision outcomes.
A critical pathway for the frail elderly cardiac patient.
We propose a new critical pathway designed to improve cardiac and nursing care for frail elderly cardiac patients admitted with heart failure or atrial fibrillation. The critical pathway is developed by the nurse practitioner who will act as a pathway coordinator and take care of the...
Surgical patient satisfaction as an outcome of nurses’ caring behaviors: a descriptive and correlational study in six European countries.
The development and descriptions of an evidence-based case management educational program.
Educational preparation is the key to successful case management and better patient outcomes. Closer examination reveals that existing case management education programs often lack a theoretical underpinning. In order to address the issues, this paper describes the development proces...
Effects of a blended learning module on self-reported learning performances in baccalaureate nursing students.
This article is a report of a quasi-experimental study of the effects of blended modules on nursing students' learning of ethics course content. There is yet to be an empirically supported mix of strategies on which a working blended learning model can be built for nu...
Preliminary study of the effects of an educational workshop on therapeutic use of music and aesthetic experience with music in first-line nu...
The purpose of this study was to assess the effects of an educational workshop on knowledge of and attitude toward therapeutic use of music and aesthetic experiences with music among first-line nurses. A one-group pre-test/post-test design was used. Fo...
The development and evaluation of a measure assessing school nurses' perceived barriers to addressing pediatric obesity.
School nurses represent an important resource for addressing pediatric obesity and weight-related health. However, school nurses perceive numerous barriers that prevent them from addressing the weight-related health of students. The current study developed and tested a new, comprehen...