ISBN-10:
076378575X
ISBN-13:
2900763785757
Pub. Date:
01/25/2011
Publisher:
Jones & Bartlett Learning
Evidence-Based Teaching In Nursing / Edition 1

Evidence-Based Teaching In Nursing / Edition 1

by Sharon Cannon
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    ISBN-13: 2900763785757
    Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
    Publication date: 01/25/2011
    Edition description: 1
    Pages: 308
    Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

    About the Author


    Texas Tech University Health Science Center, Odessa, Texas


    Professor, Texas Tech University Health Science Center, Lubbock, Texas

    Table of Contents

    Preface vii

    Acknowledgments ix

    Contributors xi

    Chapter 1 Overview of Evidence-Based Practice 1

    Introduction 2

    Historical Perspectives 3

    Steps of EBP with Application to EBT 6

    Critical Thinking 15

    Assessing Sources of Evidence-Based Teaching 17

    Critically Appraising Knowledge for Teaching Decision Making 19

    Chapter 2 The Role of the Academician 29

    Introduction 30

    Generational Aspects for Both Faculty and Students 31

    Curriculum 41

    Committee Involvement 44

    Tenure and Promotion 44

    Policy and Procedure 46

    Chapter 3 The Teaching Experience in Nursing 59

    Introduction 60

    Historical Background 60

    Learning Theories and Approaches 62

    Current Educational Practices and Challenges 65

    Learning Styles 66

    Competencies of Nurse Educators 70

    Chapter 4 Ethics in Teaching 87

    Introduction 88

    Legislative and Regulatory Policy 88

    HIPAA and FERPA 89

    Regulatory Agencies 91

    Ethics 92

    Ethics of Teaching in Higher Education 96

    Chapter 5 Connection Between Evidence-Based Practice and Nursing Education 111

    Introduction 112

    Definitions and Elements 113

    Theory/Models 115

    Motivation, Compliance, and Health Behaviors of the Learner 120

    Chapter 6 Classroom Educational Experiences 137

    Introduction 138

    Behavioral Objectives 138

    Teaching Strategies 141

    Managing the Classroom Environment 142

    Classroom Assessment 145

    Student Evaluation 146

    Chapter 7 Online Educational Experiences 159

    Introduction 160

    Types of Teaching Strategies 161

    General Aspects in Delivery of Online Education 165

    Technology in the Classroom 169

    Evaluation 173

    Chapter 8 Clinical Educational Experiences 189

    Introduction 190

    Instructional Settings 191

    Simulation 193

    Types of Clinical Strategies 202

    Student Evaluation 205

    Chapter 9 Program Evaluation 221

    Introduction 222

    Evaluation Models 223

    Accreditation 225

    Program Evaluation 228

    Course Evaluation 229

    Faculty Evaluation 233

    Chapter 10 Competency and Certification 251

    Introduction 252

    Excellence Through Competencies 253

    The Making of the CNE Examination 254

    CNE Exam Accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) 260

    Eligibility for Taking the CNE Exam 261

    Preparing to Take the CNE Exam 263

    Impact of the CNE on Nursing Education 264

    NLN Certification Commission 266

    Chapter 11 Future Perspectives 277

    Introduction 278

    Preceptor/Coach 279

    Mentorship 280

    Impact of Continued Nursing 282

    Research in Nursing Education 283

    Shortage of Healthcare Workers 283

    Application to Settings Other Than Academia 284

    Creating a Vision for Evidence-Based Teaching 284

    Index 299

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