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Endsley, Patricia – Journal of School Nursing, 2017
The purpose of this scoping review was to survey the most recent (5 years) acute care, community health, and mental health nursing workload literature to understand themes and research avenues that may be applicable to school nursing workload research. The search for empirical and nonempirical literature was conducted using search engines such as…
Descriptors: School Nurses, Literature Reviews, Responsibility, Patients
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Boquet, Elizabeth; Kazer, Meredith; Manister, Nancy; Lucas, Owen; Shaw, Michael; Madaffari, Valerie; Gannett, Cinthia – Across the Disciplines, 2015
In 2010, Fairfield University, a Jesuit Carnegie Masters Level 1 University located in the Northeast, established its first doctoral-level program: the Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP). In a developing program such as the DNP, some of the most pressing concerns of current rhetoric and writing in the disciplines align and interact with the…
Descriptors: Nurses, Nursing Education, Graduate Students, Nursing Students
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Rudick, C. Kyle; Dannels, Deanna P. – Communication Education, 2020
After nearly 40 years of policy changes since "A Nation at Risk," often without or over the voices of teachers, it seemed that society was on the way to embracing the idea that teachers were interchangeable, over compensated, and largely unnecessary to the process of education. Supreme Court decisions, such as Janus vs. American…
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Preschool Education, Teaching (Occupation), Advocacy
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Cone, Pamela M. H. – Christian Higher Education, 2015
Throughout history, the issue of poverty has been a problem in society. In this article, examination of Hebrew and Greek words related to poverty throughout the Bible revealed descriptions of the various types and causes of poverty. Historical research uncovered writings on poverty by several early Church Fathers and influential Christian scholars…
Descriptors: Poverty, Religion, Nursing Education, Christianity
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Bell, David – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2015
This article addresses the activation of aesthetics through the examination of an acute sensitivity to melancholy and time permeating the literary and pictorial arts of Japan. In medieval court circles, this sensitivity was activated through a pervasive sense of aware, a poignant reflection on the pathos of things. This sensibility became the…
Descriptors: Aesthetics, Visual Arts, Foreign Countries, Poetry
Gregory, Linda D. – ProQuest LLC, 2017
The representation of racial and ethnic minorities in the nursing workforce is disproportionately low in comparison with their representation in the general population in the United States. Despite diversity initiatives, the slight increase in enrollment of under-represented minority (URM) students in graduate schools of nursing at predominantly…
Descriptors: Disproportionate Representation, Doctoral Programs, Nursing, Nursing Education
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Lusk, Brigid; Lash, Ayhan Aytekin – Nursing Outlook, 2002
A study to assess scholarly activities of U.S. nursing faculty abroad from 1985-1995 resulted in descriptions of 805 visits to 109 countries by 247 scholars. Results showed that U.S. nurse faculty were involved in diverse and widespread international nursing activities. (Contains 25 references.) (JOW)
Descriptors: College Faculty, Educational History, Foreign Countries, International Educational Exchange
Keeling, Arlene W.; Ramos, Mary Carol – Nursing & Health Care: Perspectives on Community, 1995
The development of curricula for nursing education has been a concern of nurse scholars since the genesis of the Standard Curriculum in 1917. The challenge is to build on this knowledge using traditional and nontraditional methods. If doctorally prepared nurses are to lead their profession, nursing history cannot be merely an elective. (Author/JOW)
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Educational History, Futures (of Society), Higher Education
Kimemia, Judy – ProQuest LLC, 2017
Purpose: The purpose of this project was to compare web-based to high-fidelity simulation training in the management of high risk/low occurrence anesthesia related events, to enhance knowledge acquisition for Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs). This project was designed to answer the question: Is web-based training as effective as…
Descriptors: Web Based Instruction, Computer Simulation, Nursing Education, Teaching Methods
Jarvis, Peter – Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2011
Professor Peter Jarvis has spent over 30 years researching, thinking and writing about some of the key and enduring issues in education. He has contributed well over 30 books and 200 papers and chapters in books on learning theory, adult education and learning, continuing professional education, nurse education, primary school education, distance…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Learning Theories, Distance Education, Continuing Education
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Gordon, Joanne M. – Journal of Nursing Education, 2000
Nurse educators (n=201) identified their concept of critical thinking and agreement with nonnurse experts (a Delphi panel of academic scholars) on critical thinking items. They agreed on skills and dispositions, but nurse educators were more likely to consider research, problem solving, decision making, and planning as critical thinking…
Descriptors: Critical Thinking, Definitions, Higher Education, Nursing Education
Brucker, Mary C. – Forum on Public Policy Online, 2009
Midwifery is one of the universal professions. At the end of the nineteenth century, midwives in the United States were disenfranchised from the mainstream. A concerted effort was waged by male physicians to characterize midwifery practices as unscientific while simultaneously preventing midwives from obtaining formal education. Although midwifery…
Descriptors: Obstetrics, Higher Education, Educational History, Nursing Education
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Doutrich, Dawn – Journal of Nursing Education, 2001
Phenomenological analysis of interviews with 22 Japanese nurses with graduate degrees from U.S. schools and 3 Japanese nurse consultants showed how graduate education changed their ways of being and sense of self. They became more verbal, direct, and articulate about personal preferences. Some experienced a sense of loss or alienation upon…
Descriptors: Cultural Differences, Foreign Countries, Foreign Students, Graduate Study
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Rosen, Yigel, Ed.; Ferrara, Steve, Ed.; Mosharraf, Maryam, Ed. – IGI Global, 2016
Education is expanding to include a stronger focus on the practical application of classroom lessons in an effort to prepare the next generation of scholars for a changing world economy centered on collaborative and problem-solving skills for the digital age. "The Handbook of Research on Technology Tools for Real-World Skill Development"…
Descriptors: Technological Literacy, Technology Uses in Education, Problem Solving, Skill Development
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McGivern, Diane O'Neill – Nursing Outlook, 2003
Despite the critical need for nurse researchers, only a limited number of institutions are equipped to prepare them. Schools that do have the necessary programs have the opportunity and responsibility to create accelerated research-intensive tracks that link baccalaureate through doctoral programs and move the graduates to postdoctoral training.…
Descriptors: College Role, Higher Education, Nurses, Nursing Education
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