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Online Graduate Study Health Care Learners' Perceptions of Group Work and Helpful Instructional Behaviors.
(I-manager's Journal of Educational Technology, 2006)
Participating in small group activities has emerged as a trend In online learning events. However, little is known about how graduate students experience online group work and what instructional behaviors are perceived ...
Schizophrenia : A Brief Review of What Nurses Can Do and Say to Help
(Journal of Practical Nursing, 2009)
Immunizing Children Who Fear and Resist Needles: Is it a Problem for Nurses?
(Nursing Forum, 2010)
Despite increasing evidence that immunization procedures can be stressful for children, little is known about what the experience of immunizing frightened and needle resistant children can be like for nurses. This article ...
Paternal postpartum depression: How can nurses help?
(Contemporary Nurse, 2010)
Men’s emotional health can be overlooked during their partner’s pregnancy and throughout the fi rst postpartum year. Postpartum depression, once expected only in new mothers, is now estimated to occur in 4–25% of new ...
Seasonal Affective Disorder: An Overview of Assessment and Treatment Approaches
(Depression Research and Treatment, 2015-11)
Seasonal affective disorder or SAD is a recurrent major depressive disorder with a seasonal pattern usually beginning in fall and continuing into winter months. A subsyndromal type of SAD, or S-SAD, is commonly known as ...
Persistent Depressive Disorder or Dysthymia: An Overview of Assessment and Treatment Approaches
(Open Journal of Depression, 2017-01-23)
Persistent depressive disorder or dysthymia is a recurrent depressive disorder with no clearly demarcated episodes. Onset is insidious and can occur in adolescence or adulthood. Dysthymia frequently remains unrecognized ...
Commentary: Posing questions to support and challenge -- A guide for mentoring staff.
(The Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice, 2016)
Staff development educators seeking to mentor health care practitioners towards thinking more critically may integrate a questioning approach into their teaching. However, posing questions that both support and challenge ...
Graduate students' experiences with research ethics in conducting health research
(Research Ethircs, 2016)
Graduate students typically first experience research ethics when they submit their masters or doctoral research projects for ethics approval. Research ethics boards in Canada review and grant ethical approval for student ...
Balancing Reflection and Validity in Health Profession Students‘ Self-Assessment
(International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research, 2017-08)
Students and practitioners in self-regulating health professions are expected to engage in reflective, valid self-assessment activities. However, self-assessment processes can be flawed. People may have a limited understanding ...
Resisting, Reaching Out and Re-imagining to Independence: LPN’s Transitioning towards BNs and Beyond
(International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 2013-06)
Little is known about the process of how nurses transition between vocational training and institutions of higher education. Understanding this process provides educators with the knowledge to support new groups of university ...