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Advances in contemporary nurse education (2nd edn)

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Edited by Debra Jackson, Roger Watson and Tom Mason

Published: 2011
ISBN: 978-1-921729-26-3
Pages: ii+206

Overview

Nurse education is being rethought as the global shortage of nurses continues and as efforts are made to prepare a sustainable nursing workforce in developed countries.

Australian and New Zealand tertiary institutions are leading purposeful change aimed at improving the prestige of nursing and at preparing a world-class nursing workforce for the future.

As faculties of nursing strive to improve standards and to facilitate change, conceptual models for nurse education informed by post-modern thinking, evidence-based nursing, preparation of advanced practitioners (including nurse practitioners), high fidelity simulation, innovation in education in clinical settings and interprofessional education are receiving increasing attention.

This special issue informs the important issue of nurse education, highlighting the progress made in these areas as well as the many challenges faced in education and training curriculum development and delivery.

Nurse academics and educators, service managers, clinical nurses, and students will benefit from this examination of nurse education, which informs of the progress and challenges in nursing as a discipline.

Advances in Contemporary Nursing Education is essential reading for all concerned with the constraints on innovation and change caused by lack of financial and other resources; priorities that take precedence over teaching; faculty shortages; the poor image of nursing among potential students; and the lack of sophistication in workforce.

Table of Contents

Editorial: Workplace learning: A continuing concern in nurse education
– Debra Jackson and Roger Watson

Steps towards empowerment: An examination of colleges, health services and universities
– Margaret McAllister, Leonie Mosel Williams, Tara Gamble, Kris Malko-Nyhan and Christian M Jones

Knowledge and positions on bioethical dilemmas in a sample of Spanish nursing students: A questionnaire study
– Marta Elena Losa Iglesias, Domingo Palacios Ceña, Paloma Salvadores Fuentes and Ricardo Becerro de Bengoa Vallejo

Factors associated with learning outcome of BSN in a blended learning environment
– Li-Ling Hsu and Suh-Ing Hsieh

Burden versus benefit: Continuing nurse academics’ experiences of working with sessional teachers
– Kath Peters, Debra Jackson, Elizabeth J Halcomb, Sharon Andrew and Yenna Salamonson

Discursive paper: Factors impacting on career progression for nurse executives
– Phyllis Moran, Christine M Duffield, Judith Donoghue, Helen Stasa and Nicole Blay

Editorial: Developing the health workforce: What constitutes clinical education?
– Wendy Cross

Retention of Indigenous nursing students in New Zealand: A cross-sectional survey
– Denise Wilson, Caroline McKinney and Mereana Rapata-Hanning

Undergraduate midwifery students’ first experiences with stillbirth and neonatal death
– Lisa McKenna and Colleen Rolls

Linguistic diversity as socio-demographic predictor of nursing program progression and completion
– Yenna Salamonson, Sharon Andrew, Jennifer Clauson, Michelle Cleary, Debra Jackson and Sharon Jacobs

Enhancing preparation of undergraduate students for practice in older adult settings
– Jill Clendon

Mature age students access, entry and success in nurse education: An action research study
– Amanda Kenny, Tracy Kidd, Katrina Nankervis and Sarah Connell

Editorial: Legitimation code theory: A new lens through which to view our academic practice
– Martin S McNamara and Gerard M Fealy

Using an interdisciplinary partnership to develop nursing students’ information literacy skills: An evaluation
– Bev Turnbull, Bernadette Royal and Margaret Purnell

Evaluating an academic writing program for nursing students who have English as a second language
– Roslyn Weaver and Debra Jackson

Concerns among first year midwifery students: Towards addressing attrition rates
– Mary C Carolan and Gina B Kruger

Editorial: Are we failing to prepare nurses in the UK and Australia to practice by the codes of conduct?
– Sharon Andrew

Discursive paper: Doctorates and nurses
– Roger Watson, David Robert Thompson and Eliane Amella

Determining frameworks for interprofessional education and core competencies through collaborative consultancy: The CARE experience
– Jane Conway, Penny Little, Margaret McMillan and Mary FitzGerald

Practical advice to support mid-career doctoral students in nursing: Some considerations for academic supervisors
– Debra Jackson and Michelle Cleary

Evaluation of a critical care simulation series for undergraduate nursing students
– Jonathan Mould, Haidee White and Robyn Gallagher

The transition experience of Enrolled Nurses to a Bachelor of Nursing at an Australian university
– Lisa Hutchinson, Creina Mitchell and Winsome St John

Editorial: Preparing health professionals for community-based practice: Some issues for consideration
– Debra Jackson and Deborah C Saltman

Dedication: Vale Tom Mason
– Debra Jackson and Roger Watson


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