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From Teaching to Learning - The Advantages of Passive vs. Active Learning Strategies

by VickyRN

Passive learning Occurs when students use their senses to take in information from a lecture,... Read More

Exploratory and Confirmatory Factor Analysis

by VickyRN

factor analysis is a broad term for multivariate statistical methods used to identify common... Read More

Logistic Regression

by VickyRN

Regression analysis is used to predict a continuous dependent variable from a number of independent... Read More

Analysis of Covariance

by VickyRN

Analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) is a statistical technique that blends analysis of variance and... Read More

The Operating Room

by judybsn

In training I spend four months in the Operating Room, that wonderful, scary, fascinating,... Read More

Mixed Between-Within Subjects ANOVA

by VickyRN

Mixed between-within subjects ANOVA (also known as a split-plot ANOVA) combines two different types... Read More

Using Goals to Grow in Nursing

goals are useful in life by allowing people to strive for something better. never allowing oneself... Read More

Nursing Communication: How to Make Sure Patients Feel Our Caring

Ineffective nursing communication occurred at one hospital as illustrated in the following example:... Read More

T-Tests and One-Way ANOVA

by VickyRN

T-tests and analysis of variance (ANOVA) are widely used statistical methods to compare group... Read More

The Delivery

For those of you who have worked long in labor and delivery and before the advent of the epidural,... Read More

The Clinical Reflection

by VickyRN

A clinical reflection is a descriptive "story" that nursing students write about their clinical day. As simple as this journaling exercise seems, it... Read More

Gerontological Nursing: The Interrelationship between Theory, Practice, and Research

by VickyRN

This paper discusses the interrelationship between nursing theory, research, and practice in the specialty area of gerontological nursing. Knowledge... Read More

Multiple Linear Regression

by VickyRN

Regression analysis is a broad term for statistical techniques used to model and analyze numerical data consisting of values of a dependent variable... Read More

Spiritual Beliefs and End of Life Care

What role do spiritual beliefs play in a "good death"? How can the nurse in her/his role as patient advocate be equipped to assist the patient and... Read More

Tips for Making Your Clinical Day Better

by VickyRN

The clinical practice environment is the place where classroom theory becomes "real." This is the place where the "rubber meets the road," so to... Read More

Retirement When?

RETIREMENT WHEN? Years have passed with my hair turning a shade of white. I walk with a slight limp, but chronologically not as old as one... Read More

Life, Death, and Other Matters of Consequence

Some days, it's just not worth chewing through the restraints....... I am a seasoned long-term care nurse. I deal with life and death matters all... Read More

Family-centered Maternity Care and Rooming-in

by Elvish

A thread in the Ob/Gyn nursing forum got me thinking about this. Family centered maternity care (FCMC) is a buzzword that's no doubt quite familiar... Read More

"Clickers" in The Classroom

by VickyRN

Many students are passive in class, yawning frequently with eyes glazed over, mindlessly recording notes, and not really processing the content.... Read More

Everything I Know About Life, I Learned From Nursing

........I've learned that nursing is a great metaphor for life. It's both rewarding and frustrating, utterly fascinating at times and dull as tombs... Read More


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