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Clinical teaching in mental health nursing.
(The Canadian Nurse, 1996)
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 ...
Relating nursing theory to students’ life experiences
(Nurse Education Today, 1988)
Nursing is a dynamic field involving an interaction between scientific research and human need. Theoretical discussions often involve a complex of issues which are difficult to explore adequately in a typical lecture. ...
A clinical instructor observation tool
(Nursing Papers, 1982)
Job dissatisfaction spurs nursing shortage
(Dimensions in Health Service, 1983)
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 ...
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. ...
What works? A personal account of clinical teaching strategies in nursing
(Education for Health, 2004)
Lunch with the theorists: A clinical learning activity
(Nurse Educator, 2006)