Vol 4, No 5 (2014)

Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, Vol. 4, No. 5, May 2014

Table of Contents

Original Research

A Prescription for misunderstanding: Opportunities for misinterpretation along the information flow from physician to patient PDF
Kevin R. Harris, Gary L. Bradshaw, Karen Koch, James Whyte IV p1
Nursing students’ clinical judgment in high-fidelity simulation based learning: A quasi-experimental study PDF
Hao Bin Yuan, Beverly A. Williams, Chan Yok Man p7
Using simulation to assess undergraduate nursing students’ competency with medication administration to a limited- English language proficiency patient PDF
Mary Jo C Stanley, Lynn Philips, Ben Galatzan p29
Student nurse perception of doctoral graduate programs PDF
Peggy Ward-Smith, Jane Anthony Peterson, Susan Kimble p36
Health promoting lifestyle behaviors and related risk factors among female employees in Zagazig city PDF
Amany Sobhy Sorour, Wageda Wafik Kamel, Eman Mohammed Abd El- Aziz, Amany Aboelseoud p42
Assessing human factors during simulation: The development and preliminary validation of the rescue assessment tool PDF
John Unsworth, Andrew Melling, Jaden Allan, Guy Tucker, Michael Kelleher p52
Tensions during a process of change – implementation of the Bologna educational reform in Swedish specialist nursing programmes PDF
Linda Berg, Elisabeth Björk Brämberg, Eric Carlström, Joakim Öhlén p64
Student perceptions of preceptorship learning outcomes in BSN programs PDF
Leslee H. Shepard p73
Improving academic success: Evaluation of the BN Transition to Clinical Practice Module PDF
S. Webster, T. Harding, J. Robinson, C. Yeboah, C. Hutchison, D. Mountain p95
Implementing Interactive Nursing Administration lectures and identifying its influence on students’ learning gains PDF
Yaldez K. Zein ElDin p107
Strategies for managing unsafe precepted nursing students: A nursing faculty perspective PDF
Florence Luhanga, Irene Koren, Olive Yonge, Florence Myrick p116
Menstrual disorders: The implications on health and academic activities of female undergraduates in a federal university in Nigeria PDF
Adekemi Eunice Olowokere, Monisola O. Oginni, Aanuoluwapo O Olajubu, Augusta E. William, Omolola O. Irinoye p126
Nurse practitioners’ attitudes to nutritional challenges dealing with the patients’ nutritional needs and ability to care for themselves in a fast track program PDF
Jytte Graarup, Preben Ulrich Pedersen, Merete Bjerrum p136
New graduates’ readiness for practice in Swaziland: An exploration of stakeholders’ perspectives PDF
Colile P. Dlamini, Ntombifikile G. Mtshali, Cynthia H. Dlamini, Sotah Mahanya, Thabile Shabangu, Zwelithini Tsabedze p148
Meanings, beliefs and attitudes of the neonatal unit staff in México about the parents' participation in a neonatal unit: A qualitative approach PDF
Josefina Gallegos Martínez, Jaime Reyes Hernández p159
Past experiences, current realities and future possibilities for HIV nursing education and care in Canada PDF
Judy Mill, Vera Caine, Cheryl Arneson, Geoffrey Maina, Anthony De Padua, Margaret Dykeman p183

Clinical Practice

Comparison of skill in novice nurses before and after venipuncture simulation practice PDF
Chieko Fujii p16

Experience Exchange

Fostering enthusiasm for research: Insights of undergraduate nursing students PDF
Katherine Denae Warkentin, Kristine Popik, Rachel Usick, Trevor Farley p23


Experiences and opinions of health professionals in relation to the presence of the family during in-hospital cardiopulmonary resuscitation: An integrative review PDF
Ana Paula Fernandes, Camila de Souza Carneiro, Luciana Geocze, Vinícius Batista Santos, Solange Guizilini, Rita Simone Lopes Moreira p85
Genetic nursing: Reflections on the 20th century PDF
Gwen Anderson, Rita Black Monsen p171

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Journal of Nursing Education and Practice

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