Learning style preferences of undergraduate nursing students
- Student assessment using poster presentations. Summers, Kathryn // Paediatric Nursing;Oct2005, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p24
Examines the pros and cons of using poster presentations as part of the assessment strategy for pre-registration children's nursing students in Great Britain. Changes in nursing student assessment; Advantages of the poster method of assessment; Issues that educators should consider when using...
- INTERACTIONAL JUSTICE IN STUDENT-STAFF NURSE ENCOUNTERS. Arries, Ebin J. // Nursing Ethics;Mar2009, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p147
The focus of this article is on nursing students' perceptions of interactional justice during student-staff nurse encounters. A descriptive survey using a combined questionnaire on interactional justice was used to collect the data. Reliability analysis for the theoretical dimensions of...
- vantage point. Kay, Jenny // Nursing Management - UK;Dec2004, Vol. 11 Issue 8, p8
Comments on the diversity of nursing students in Great Britain as of December 2004. Average age of nursing students; Characteristics of nursing students with previous careers; Benefits of jointly funded lecturer practitioner posts and link lecturer arrangements for students.
- AFTER WORDS. O'Connor, nat // Nursing Standard;5/25/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 37, p72
Relates how the author helped a nursing student control his fear of injections. Nursing student's response to practice injections; Practice of intramuscular injections on oranges.
- Added value? Hart, Ian // Nursing Standard;7/20/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 45, p96
Evaluates the possibility of a mandatory preceptorhip for all nursing students in Great Britain. Qualifications set for qualified nurses; Questions about the need for four years to produce the skills, knowledge and attitude required for the nursing profession and the safety of patients.
- Journey's end. Turner, Tim // Nursing Standard;9/21/2005, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p34
Focuses on the university life of nursing students in Great Britain. Learning experiences of student in the clinical area; Lessons learned from peers and teachers; Role of nursing education in the development of a nurse's skill.
- LEARNING CURVE. Birkinshaw, Ian // Nursing Standard;11/9/2005, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p72
Presents views and insights of nursing student Ian Birkinshaw on being a student representative in Great Britain. Thoughts of Birkinshaw on nursing training; Thoughts on the responsibilities of a student representative.
- ONE IN TEN STUDENT PLACES AXED. // Nursing Standard;5/10/2006, Vol. 20 Issue 35, p7
The article reports that a survey of all 28 strategic health authorities has shown that the number of places on nursing courses is being reduced by 10 percent on average across England, and by up to 40 percent in some areas. RCN policy adviser Jane Naish criticized the reduction in nursing...
- The highs and lows of learning to be a children's nurse. Glasper, Alan; Richardson, Jim; Whiting, Mark // Paediatric Nursing;Jul2006, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p22
Aim This study investigates student nurses' perceptions of the process of undergoing a programme of education leading to registration as a children's nurse. Method Three groups of students (n=14, 12 and eight) were invited to participate in a focus group using the nominal group technique to...