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BACKGROUND This integrative review examined whether academic performance and student satisfaction increased in graduate nursing students when using a flipped classroom (FC) modality compared with traditional classroom methods. The FC model is an instructional design in which students perform traditional learning activities at home via an online platform in preparation for performing higher order in-class activities. This model has been proven efficacious in many disciplines but has been studied ...
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BACKGROUND Despite the development of cultural competence models in response to the increase in cultural diversity in the United States, health disparities based on ethnicity and cross-cultural mismatches in health care practices still exist. METHOD This article critically reviews six noteworthy conceptual models of cultural competence and enlists multilayered definitions of culture from cultural anthropology, critical multicultural education, and critical literary theory, as well as critical di...
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BACKGROUND Incivility negatively affects patient safety, academic performance, and staff retention. This systematic review aimed to identify effective intervention strategies for addressing incivility in nursing education and practice. METHOD Joanna Briggs Institute methodology for mixed-methods systematic reviews was used. Six databases were searched for incivility intervention studies with nurses or nursing students in academic or health care settings. Data from 39 studies were extracted and t...
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BACKGROUND Few schools of nursing have explicit content that focuses on disability as a multidimensional construct. Time and expertise are two barriers to increasing that material. METHOD To address this gap, a set of online modules were developed to provide an introduction to the specialized knowledge related to the care of individuals with disabilities, with a focus on advocacy. The modules include multiple teaching strategies and can be assigned as supplemental to existing coursework. The mod...
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BACKGROUND Adaptive learning (AL) platforms deliver content personalized to students on the basis of prior knowledge, adjusting content delivery based on individual preferences and differences in knowledge acquisition. This project compared a course developed in an AL platform with one in a traditional learning management system (LMS) only. METHOD This pilot of an adaptive graduate nurse educator pathophysiology course was a randomized control group experimental study. RESULTS Data from Fall 201...
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BACKGROUND Undergraduate nursing students with research experience are more likely to pursue graduate education. Community-engaged research mentoring facilitates not only this process but also student engagement in topics such as cultural relevance and community partnerships. METHOD Two cohorts of undergraduate students participated in a novel yearlong multidisciplinary mentored research experience based in a predominantly Black community. A qualitative, descriptive study using semistructured in...
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BACKGROUND With more than 1 million older adults being abused each year, it is imperative for nurses to be knowledgeable about signs and symptoms of elder abuse, assessment, and interventions. This article describes a three-part learning strategy consisting of lecture, simulation using standardized patients (SPs), and debriefing to educate prelicensure nursing students about how to identify, assess, and report elder abuse. Furthermore, the effects of the teaching strategies were assessed. METHOD...
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BACKGROUND This innovative assignment converted a traditional presentation to an assignment that addressed several National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties competencies and the growing trend toward nurse practitioner professional advancement models. METHOD The professional conference poster assignment spanned two semesters. The first semester assignment included a focused literature review and abstract development. The second semester assignment included a formal presentation using ...
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