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Peer E-Mentoring Podcasts in a Self-Paced Course
(Academic Exchange Quarterly, 2011)
This article describes how podcasts from senior students were used as brief peer mentoring tools in an asynchronous, self-paced, text-based, introductory online nursing course. An increasing number of distance educators ...
Overcoming barriers to role transition during an online post LPN to BN program
(Nurse Education in Practice, 2011)
Canadian Licensed Practical Nurses continuing their education in an online Bachelor of Nursing program face unique barriers as they transition towards a new and more complex nursing role. This qualitative descriptive ...
Online Post LPN to BN Students’ Views of Transitioning to a New Nursing Role
(International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 2008)
Vocationally prepared nurses, most of whom are women, experience unique challenges when they enter an online university. And yet, educational research examining their perceptions about transitioning into a new professional ...
Becoming Socialized into a New Professional Role: LPN to BN Student Nurses’ Experiences with Legitimation
(Nursing Research and Practice, 2012-01)
This paper presents findings froma qualitative descriptive study that explored the professional socialization experiences of Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) who attended an online university to earn a Baccalaureate degree ...
Licensed Practical Nurses becoming Registered Nurses: Conflicts and responses that can help
(Clinical Nursing Studies, 2013)
This article describes findings from a qualitative research project designed to understand the professional socialization experiences of Licensed Practical Nurses attending university to transition to the role of Registered ...
LPN to BN nurses: Introducing a new group of potential health care leaders
(e-Journal of Organizational Learning and Leadership, 2010)
Vocationally educated Licensed Practical Nurses are seldom viewed as potential leaders in health care organizations. And yet, transformational leadership practices were evident as Licensed Practical Nurses graduated from ...