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#2Lorenz S. Neuwirth (State University of New York at Old Westbury)H-Index: 7
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Abstract Introduction The current COVID-19 pandemic has prompted a timely response from the healthcare system train a large and diverse group of healthcare workers/responders swiftly. Methods In order to address this need, we created a downloadable pedagogical video content through first-person point-of-view to rapidly train users on COVID-19 procedures in the Revinax® Handbook mobile App. Eight new tutorials were designed through this technology platform to assist healthcare workers/responders ...
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Abstract Background Research into service learning (SL) in education has increased since the 1990s. In higher education physiotherapy programmes, this technique is used to achieve real practical learning and to grasp how to recognize and manage emotions, to be concerned for others and to take decisions in clinical contexts. Objectives To create a community experience through SL methodology for physiotherapy university students and to analyse their perceptions of the learning experience and chang...
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#1Ajesh George (USYD: University of Sydney)H-Index: 15
#2Ariana C. Kong (USYD: University of Sydney)H-Index: 1
Last. Hannah G Dahlen (USYD: University of Sydney)H-Index: 28
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OBJECTIVE: Although guidelines recommend antenatal care providers such as midwives promote oral health during pregnancy, oral health training is not routinely provided in undergraduate midwifery curricula. The aim of this study was to implement an oral health module into an Australian undergraduate midwifery program, and evaluate its effectiveness in improving the oral health knowledge and confidence of midwifery students. DESIGN: Pre-test post-test study (2015-2017). SETTING: An undergraduate m...
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Abstract Background Organising clinical placements during nights has been reported as an additional opportunity to introduce students to the whole picture of their future responsibilities. However, studies in this field are still lacking. Objectives To describe and compare (a) the night shift experience of nursing students across Europe, (b) the patient-related problems that they face during night shifts, (c) the night care activities nursing students are called to perform, and (d) the perceived...
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#1Jeanette IgnacioH-Index: 6
#2Hui-Chen Chen (NUS: National University of Singapore)H-Index: 1
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Cognitive integration is integral to health professions education as it facilitates the ability to synthesize various types of knowledge and apply them in a clinical context. Nursing education is one main field of study that is subsumed under the umbrella of health professions education. Future nurses require learning, not just of skills but also of the knowledge that underpins those skills. They need to be able to cognitively integrate various forms of content and skills so that they can transl...
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Abstract Objective Synthesize the evidence relating to the interaction of resilience, stress, and well-being in undergraduate nursing students across countries. Design Systematic review Data sources Peer reviewed studies published from 2008 to December 2018 were searched in CINAHL, Web of Science, Medline (OVID), PsycINFo and four biomedical databases originating from China (China National Knowledge Infrastructure, WanFang Data, VIP and CMB). Review methods Adhering to the preferred reporting it...
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Abstract The COVID-19 pandemic has caused an unprecedented health crisis worldwide, with the numbers of infections and deaths worldwide multiplying alarmingly in a matter of weeks. Accordingly, governments have been forced to take drastic actions such as the confinement of the population and the suspension of face-to-face teaching. In Spain, due to the collapse of the health system the government has been forced to take a series of important measures such as requesting the voluntary incorporatio...
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Abstract Background Critical thinking has been identified as one of the standards for nursing school accreditation and a long-standing outcome of nursing education and nursing practice. High-fidelity simulation is one method currently used by nursing programs to increase critical thinking in nursing students. Despite these expectations, there is limited empirical evidence which compares the effects of simulation to other teaching strategies. Objectives The purpose of this study was to examine wh...
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#2Violeta Lopez (HUM: Hubei University of Medicine)
Last. Piyanee Klainin-YobasH-Index: 13
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Abstract Background Nursing undergraduates are susceptible to stress from academic and clinical matters. We developed the MIND-NURSE program for nursing students. Objectives This study aimed to explore students' perceptions towards the program. Methods This was a descriptive qualitative study. A convenience sampling was used to recruit nursing undergraduates from a university in Singapore. Participants attended the eight-week MIND-NURSE program. Each session comprised two components: Education a...
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BACKGROUND The Gymkhana Room for Education and Evaluation in Nursing Studies (GREENS©) is a pedagogical model that can be used as a learning and assessment method in nursing training workshops. This model combines the advantages of gamification, the flipped classroom and the use of low-fidelity clinical simulation, also including self-reflection and peer evaluation of the situations experienced. OBJECTIVES To evaluate the students' perception of the implementation of GREENS© as a learning and as...
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