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(Sage Publications, 2009-10)
Schizophrenia : A Brief Review of What Nurses Can Do and Say to Help
(Journal of Practical Nursing, 2009)
Instructional immediacy online
(Information Science Reference, 2009-01)
Educators in both traditional and online learning events have consistently recognized a link between teachers who demonstrate warm, friendly behaviors and the creation of welcoming interactive learning environments. One ...
A message from Simone
(The Canadian Nurse, 2000-02)
Many health care professionals are concerned that, at a time of increased patient acuity, few registered nurses are opting for mental health nursing as a career choice. Since student nurses' undergraduate experiences ...
What works? A personal account of clinical teaching strategies in nursing
(Education for Health, 2004)
A clinical teaching guide for psychiatric mental health nursing: A qualitative outcome analysis project.
(The Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 2002)
Limited curriculum enhancement resources are available to psychiatric nurse educators. This article provides a clinical teaching guide for novice instructors teaching an introductory psychiatric nursing course. The ...
Reducing relocation stress syndrome in long term care facilities
(Journal of Practical Nursing, 2004)
Creating a psychiatric mental health portfolio: An assignment that works
(Nurse Education in Practice Journal, 2006)
Creating lively, engaging and reflection-oriented assignments for learners is an important area of focus for educators. The Center for Nursing and Health Studies at Athabasca University in Canada offers a program for ...
Facilitating help-seeking through student interactions in a WebCT online graduate study program
(Nursing and Health Sciences, 2006)
This article discusses a qualitative research project that revealed how online health-care practitioners in a graduate studies program believe their primary source of help is other students in their class. The project ...
Mentoring online graduate students: Partners in scholarship
(Education for Primary Care, 2006)
Mentoring graduate students toward scholarly research and writing activities has become an important area of focus for faculty at the Centre for Nursing and Health Studies at Athabasca University in Alberta, Canada. ...