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Skills for succeeding in online graduate studies
(Academic Quarterly, 2005-09-22)
For online graduate learners, knowledge of practical skills that promote successful help seeking that go beyond simply suggesting that students ask their instructor for further direction, are invaluable. Skills for ...
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)
Clinical teaching in mental health nursing.
(The Canadian Nurse, 1996)
Instructor immediacy strategies to facilitate group work in online graduate study
(Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 2007)
An increasing number of online graduate study programs require students to participate in collaborative work projects. And yet, educational research examining instructional strategies that facilitate learning in small ...
Online Graduate Study of Health Care Learners' Perceptions of Instructional Immediacy
(International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 2006)
Instructional immediacy is an established communication strategy that teachers can implement to create engaging learning environments. Yet, little is known about experiences distance education learners in graduate study ...
Malawian health care workers perceptions of volunteer midwives
(Canadian Journal of Midwifery Research and Practice, 2007)
This article discusses a qualitative research project that explored Malawian health care workers' feelings towards western trained volunteer midwives. The project was framed from a constructivist theoretical perspective ...
Lunch with the theorists: A clinical learning activity
(Nurse Educator, 2006)
Learning psychiatric mental health nursing: One student's experience.
(Partners in Psychiatric Health Care Journal, 2001)
Few Registered Nursing students intend to work in the mental health area. This descriptive research casts the story of a second year baccalaureate student, who is interested in this specialty and using a literature review ...