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sociometric study among a selected group of students in nursing.
M. Theophane Dwyer
|LC Classifications||HM291 .D9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||a 48002327|
The students in this study appeared to regard caring for patients who have long-term/chronic conditions receiving care in non-NHS, non-acute settings, as a less attractive prospect in terms of professional development, than short-term, acute, NHS-based care provision, i.e. medical, surgical and critical care by: Understand the statistical methods used in nursing research articles! Statistics for Nursing Research: A Workbook for Evidence-Based Practice, 2nd Edition helps you interpret and analyze the statistical data found in health sciences research articles. Practical exercises show how to critically appraise sampling and measurement techniques, evaluate results, and conduct a /5(26). qualitative study done by Melincavage () on the subject of stress and anxiety provides a glimpse into the world of nursing students‟ learning environments and their perceptions of anxiety in clinical settings. My study complemented Melincavage‟s research and gave an opportunity for nursing students to share their personal experiences. Interviews with nursing assistants and residents revealed ways in which they experience respect, disrespect, attachment, and distancing in their relationships with each other. As a result of these findings, an inservice session on interpersonal respect was developed for nursing by:
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A Sociometric Study Among a Selected Group of Students in Nursing: Catholic University of America Paperback – March 9, by Mary Theophane Dwyer (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Author: Mary Theophane Dwyer. Study groups among nursing students have received little attention in the nursing literature. Literature in the field of education abounds with evidence that Cited by: 5. Author(s): Dwyer,Mary Theophane,Sister. Title(s): A sociometric study among a selected group of students in nursing.
Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Washington, Catholic Univ. of America Press [c] Description: 46 p. ill. Language: English MeSH: Psychology, Social* NLM ID: R[Book].
This study was designed to investigate the possibility of relationships among sociometric status, prognosis, and selected personality variables of state hospital by: 1.
Journal of Nursing Education | Background:The purpose of this study was to examine nursing students' perceptions regarding the usefulness of group work in Cited by: 2. Perceptions of clinical competence among nurse pregraduates: Do different types of nursing study, nurse students identified nurse clinical competency as one of the three important motivating factors for them part of a learning-outcomes evaluation for nursing students before graduation.
Data were collected from to Baccalaureate nursing students often experience adjustment problems during training that may result in psychological or emotional impairment during their professional life ultimately affecting the quality of patient care they provide.
With this aim, a descriptive study was taken to assess the nursing students' level of adjustment in a scientific way. Its purpose is to discover group structure: i.e., the basic "network" of friendship patterns and sub-group organization.
The relations of any one child to the group as a whole are another type of information which can be derived from a sociogram. A descriptive study to assess the level of knowledge and attitude towards nursing as a profession and their preference for nursing as a career among senior secondary students of selected schools.
associations with nursing professionals; therefore, this study aims to determine professional values of nursing students as well as associations between age and professional values. Methods: A descriptive study was conducted among randomly selected third year students from a school of nursing.
Author information: (1)Rama Nursing College, Ghaziabad, UP. The study was conducted to assess computer-related health problems among post-graduate nursing students and to develop a Self Instructional Module for prevention of computer-related health problems in a selected university situated in : Khan Sa, Sharma.
A group of nursing students are in a study group preparing for their fundamentals class. They are reviewing historical influences on the development of nursing research in the s and s.
They correctly identify which of the following as historical. Students in the intervention group had higher mean scores on the formative test with a potential maximum score of 49 points than did students in the control group.
Exploring the Relationships among Nursing Students’ Anxiety in the Clinical Setting and Select Demographics by The data provided through the study revealed that nursing students have a higher than -perceived anxiety levels.
There was a statistically significant difference between the anxiety scores of the female group and those ofAuthor: Pamela Villeneuve. This study examined the use of operative groups (OGs) to guide nursing practices for group care, taking into account scientific evidence about gains in the construction of the assertive model for nursing, in both health care of people and team management 1, 3, by: 1.
Factors related to academic success among nursing students: A descriptive correlational research study medium-sized, private, Catholic university in New England were recruited to participate in the study.
The undergraduate group consisted of students in a traditional first professional degree program (60 sophomores, 51 juniors, and 58 Cited by: Woodard, Barbara. The effects of group interaction on sociometric status, self-concept, and group perceptions of nursing personnel.
North Texas State University, Dissertation. Woodard, Wallace. The effectiveness of teacher assistants in changing the sociometric status of elementary school children. Ohio State, Dissertation. According to this study, undergraduate students at the University of São Paulo College of Nursing are quite involved in sports practices and physical activity.
This fact can be considered positive as, besides countless benefits, nursing students' participation in physical and sports activities contributes to their understanding and. A staff development nurse is asking a group of new staff nurses to read and be prepared to discuss a qualitative study that focuses on nursing events of the past.
This is done in an attempt to increase understanding of the nursing profession today. A group of nurses are learning about the high incidence and prevalence of anemia among different populations. Which of the following individuals is most likely to have anemia.
A) A year-old African-American woman who is going through menopause B) An year-old woman who has chronic heart failure C) A year-old man who travels extensively and has a high.
students’ non-school activities may contribute to this situation. There is a lack of QOL studies among the general university students in Jordan and in the Arabic world. Thus, the aim of this descriptive study was to examine QOL among university students in Jordan.
Data were obtained from current university nursing students. A sample of nursing students from two nursing schools in Beijing showed Cronbach's alpha, and split-half reliability for the scale was and respectively. Internal consistency of subscale was computed by Cronbach's alpha ranged from to In our pilot study of 30 graduate nursing students, Cronbach's alpha coefficient was Cited by: 5.
In this report, Hezel Associates provides an overview of the SUNY Applied Learning Program, a description of the evaluation methods used, narrative descriptions of each focus group conducted, and a cross-case analysis that identifies key themes across all four focus groups.
Finally, this report also addresses each of our research questions. The aim of this study is to assess the changing learning needs of student nurses as input to the nursing curriculum.
It specifically sought to identify the changing learning needs in three different domains: cognitive, affective, and psychomotor. Also, File Size: KB. stressful factors among Academic Students of Nursing and Operating Room of Dezful University of Medical Sciences in Materials and Methods: This study was a description-analytical study with students of nursing and operation room up to two semesters for enrolled.
Data was using a self-made researcherAuthor: Mojtaba Raji, Mohammad Firozbakht, Somayeh Bahrami, Yaghob Madmoli, Nosrat Bahrami. Whether you’re in a BSN program, an MSN program, or you’re working towards your DNP, there’s no reason why a study group can’t be a part of your successful nursing school experience.
Since long before the current crop of nursing students entered the educational fray, those making their way through many types of nursing programs have utilized study groups as. Methods: This study was a systematic review of nursing students’ competencies in English (ISI, SCOPUS, Ovid, Proquest, Iranmedex, Google scholar, PubMed) and Persian (Scientific Information Database) databases (–), according to Cited by: 5.
Factors related to academic success among nursing students: A descriptive correlational research study Audrey M. Beauvaisa,⁎, Julie G. Stewarta,1, Susan DeNiscoa,2, John E. Beauvaisb,3 a Sacred Heart University, Park Avenue, Fairﬁeld, CTUnited States b Yale University School of Medicine and Psychology Service VA Connecticut.
A group of nursing students are studying for a test about various cultural communities. The students demonstrate that they understand the material when they identify which cultural group as believing in predestination.
A) Hispanic/Latinos B) African Americans C) Muslims D) Native Americans Ans: C Feedback: Muslims believe in predestination, that life is determined. required of the nursing profession.
A follow up study of the same group of students after a year or so is recommended. To find if their perceptions changed, if their expectations on their studies and career are met and what their future expectations are in the career. Nursing career, Perception of nursing career, Nursing students, Attitudes.
Results and Discussion: Sociograms offer a useful method of conceptualizing group dynamics, drawing comparisons between focus groups, and reflecting on moderator technique. The sociogram is a useful aid for displaying and interpreting data from focus group discussions when used in combination with further qualitative inquiry.
Aim: The present study aimed to examine the relationship between test anxiety & time management skills among Faculty Nursing students. Design: A descriptive cross-sectional design was used. Setting: The study was carried out in two Faculties of Nursing affiliated to Benha University and Menoufiya University, Egypt.
Sample: Second, third, and File Size: KB. Nursing student's experiences of their clinical practice provide greater insight to develop an effective clinical teaching strategy in nursing education. The main objective of this study was to investigate student nurses' experience about their clinical practice.
Focus groups were used to obtain students' opinion and experiences about their clinical practice. 90 Cited by: discontinuation among the 1, women. On the other hand, there may very well be a need to conduct research on the question of why the supply and logistics system is incapable of providing contraceptives to women during the monsoon.
Study the File Size: 1MB. COUPON: Rent Statistics for Nursing A Practical Approach 2nd edition () and save up to 80% on textbook rentals and 90% on used textbooks. Get FREE 7-day instant eTextbook access!Price: $ This study with a quantitative cross-sectional design is part of a larger mixed methodological research project about cul-tural awareness among nursing students in Sweden. The focus is on measuring the cultural awareness related to the nursing education among students in their ﬁnal year of ed-ucation.
Statistics for Nursing Research: A Workbook for Evidence-Based Practice, 2nd Edition helps you interpret and analyze the statistical data found in health sciences research articles. Practical exercises show how to critically appraise sampling and measurement techniques, evaluate results, and conduct a power analysis for a : Elsevier Health Sciences.
The main objective of this study was to investigate student nurses' experience about their clinical practice.
Methods Focus groups were used to obtain students' opinion and experiences about their clinical practice. 90 baccalaureate nursing students at Shiraz University of Medical Sciences (Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery) were Cited by: This study investigated ageism among healthcare professionals in various therapeutic settings in Israel.
Using a qualitative approach, the current study aimed to examine similarities and differences across healthcare disciplines.
Three focus groups were conducted with physicians, nurses, and social workers. Data from each focus group were analyzed separately, Cited by: An Exploratory Study to Assess Emotional Intelligence and Performance of Students of Selected Nursing Institute, Ludhiana, Punjab Mrs.
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Furthermore, one study showed that classical background music played in the classroom, either at the beginning of the school day or after the lunch break, reduced the amount of time required to engage in on-task learning behaviors in third-grade students (Cluphf & MacDonald, ).
However, the effect of background music on bullying has not Cited by: 4.students’ stigmatising attitudes with sociodemographic and education factors.
Design and setting Cross-sectional study conducted in Singapore Participants The study was conducted among healthcare ( medical and nursing) students during April to September Students had to be Singapore.educational outcome in professional nursing.
The purpose of this study is to examine the implementation of Problem Based Learning (PBL) among nursing students. More specifically, it compares pretest and post test scores of the implementation of PBL among third year students. The correlation between the levels of.