My main area of research relates to educational technology in clinical practice. The work of our Technology Enhanced Health Practice Education Research Team can be found on the CNHS website at: Graduate students with an interest in studying mobile technology, simulation or Internet applications are encouraged to contact me at: Melrose, S., Park, C. & Perry, B. (2013). Teaching health professionals online: Frameworks and Strategies. AU Press: Athabasca, AB, Canada. Download your free PDF at Mobile Learning Kenny, R.F., Van Neste-Kenny, J.M.C., Burton, P.A. Park, C.L. & Qayyum, A. (2012). Using self-efficacy to assess the readiness of nursing educators and students for mobile learning. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 13(3). Lamarche, K. & Park, C.L. (2012). Nurse practitioner students’ views on the value of digital assistants in clinical practice. Canadian Journal of Nursing Informatics (CJNI), 7(1). Park, C., Van Neste-Kenny, J., Burton, P. & Kenny, R. (2010). A Model of Mobile Faculty Presence in Nursing Education Practice. Canadian Journal of Nursing Informatics (CJNI), 5(3). Kenny, R.F., Park, C.L., Van Neste-Kenny, J.M.C., & Burton, P.A. (2010). Mobile self-efficacy in Canadian nursing education programs .In M. Montebello, V. Camilleri and A. Dingli (Eds.), Proceedings of mLearn 2010, the 9th World Conference on Mobile Learning, Valletta, Malta. Kenny, R.F., Park, C. L., Van Neste-Kenny, J.M.C., Burton, P.A. & Meiers, J. (2009). Using Mobile Learning to Enhance the Quality of Nursing Practice Education. In M. Ally (Ed.), Empowering Learners and Educators with Mobile Learning. Athabasca, AB: Athabasca University Press. Kenny, R.F., Park, C. L., Van Neste-Kenny, J.M.C., Burton, P.A.(2009). Exploring the potential of mobile learning in nursing practice education,Journal of Distance Education ,23, 6, 75-96. Community of Inquiry Research Kier, C., Park, C.L. & Jugdev, K. (2013). Breaking the rules: A reflective processurial analysis of multidisciplinary academic collaboration. Transformative Dialogues, 6(3). Vandall-Walker, V., Park, C. L., & Munich, K. (2012). Outcomes of Formal Online Debating in Graduate Nursing Education. International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 9 (1): 1-14 (journal article) ISSN: 1548-923X br br Park, C. L., Kier, C., & Jugdev, K. (2011). Debate as a Teaching Strategy in Online Education: A Case Study. Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology, 37, 3. Park, C. L., Kier, C., & Jugdev, K. (2011). Debate as a Teaching Strategy in Online Education: A Case Study. Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology, 37(3). Park, C. L., Crocker, C., Springate, J., Nussey, J. & Hutchings, D. (2010). Evaluation of a teaching tool – wiki- in online graduate education. Journal of Information Science Education,21, 3, 313-322. Park, C. L. (2009). Replicating the Use of a Cognitive Presence Measurement Tool. Journal of Interactive Online Learning, 8(2). Park, C. L. (2005). Graduate Students' Perceptions of the Practice of Posting Scholarly Work to an Online Class Forum: Balancing the Rhetorical Triangle.International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 2(1): Art 19. Park, C. L. (2004). What is the value of replicating the studies of others? Evaluation Research,13, 3: 189-195. Attrition Research Park, C. L., Perry, B. and Edwards, M. (2011). Minimizing attrition: Strategies for assisting students who are at risk for withdrawal. Innovations in Education and Teaching International,48,1, 37-47. Park, C. L., Boman, J., Care, W. D., Edwards, M. & Perry, B. (2008-2009). Persistence and attrition: What is being measured? Journal of College Student Retention: Research Theory & Practice, 10(2), 223-234. Perry, B., Boman, J., Care, D., Edwards, M. & Park, C.L. (2008). Why do students withdraw from online nursing and health studies education? Journal of Online Education, 5 (1), 1-17. Multidisciplinary Research Park, C. L. (2008). The right circumstances for multidisciplinary research. In P. Liamputtong & J. Rumbold (Eds.), Knowing differently: An introduction to art-based and experimental research methods, Hauppauge, NY: Nova Sciences Publishers. Austin, W., Park, C. L., & Goble, E. (2008). From interdisciplinary to transdisciplinary research. Qualitative Health Research,18(4):57-564. Miscellaneous Park, C. & Hughes, L. (1997). New nursing graduates: A key factor in nursing supply. Canadian Journal of Nursing Administration,10(1). Park, C. (1990). The child's right to care-by-parent. Through the Looking Glass: Children and Health Promotion. Canadian Public Health Association, Ottawa, Canada. Morse, J. M. & Park, C. (1988). Home Births and Hospital Deliveries: A Comparison of the Perceived Painfulness of Parturition. Research in Nursing and Health, 11, 175-181. Morse, J. M. & Park, C. (1988). Differences in cultural expectations of the perceived painfulness of parturition. In K. Michaelson (Ed.), Culture of Childbirth in America. S. Hadley, MA.: Bergin & Garvey. Dowie, S. & Park, C. (1988). Relating nursing theory to students' life experiences. Nurse Education Today,1, 9-15. Park, C. (1983).Job dissatisfaction spurs nursing shortage. Dimensions in Health Service, 60(1), 10-11. Park, C. (1982).Clinical instructor observation tool. Nursing Papers, 14(3), 7-16.

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