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Creating Innovative Models of Clinical Nursing Education | Journal of Nursing Education

Journal of Nursing Education | Although nursing care has changed significantly over the past 30 years, methods to clinically train nursing students have not.

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The Importance of Education in Nursing

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Currently, the average Australian life expectancy rate is around 80 years; and with greater longevity comes more complex health concerns.

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Nurse education in the 21st Century - Nursing in Practice

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Nurse education in the 21st Century
Nursing in Practice
Nurse's roles and nurse education continues to change at a rapid rate.

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How the role of nursing has changed

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Nurses have played a key role in the NHS for more than half a century. Here, Liz Day takes a look at how that role has changed and what we can expect in the future
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Kaylee Shepherd's comment, February 12, 2014 9:25 AM
2. Even though technology has changed nursing significantly, you cant rely just on technology to get the job done. You still have to interpret the results and care for the equipment. Nursing skills are still required for the job and they are crucially important.
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Medical School Training Goes High-Tech

Medical School Training Goes High-Tech | nursing | Scoop.it
Changes to medical and nursing training are driven by technology and the need for teamwork.

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Willie Ramey's curator insight, September 4, 2013 2:26 AM

This is great! We all knew that the world today is changing so fast in terms of innovation of modern technology. If this is the scenario, it is very possible that the training in medical school must also undergo innovation. If I am a student of medicine, surely, I will love to study in training schools with high-tech facilities for me not to be left behind by the changes. It is for the good of the people and the future of the health care industry too. 

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Ashley Hood's comment, March 4, 2014 8:17 AM
3. Back in the day the nurses used patients as their guinea pigs. Technology has advanced so much that the nurses work on mannequins capable of blinking, breathing, and even bleeding. The mannequins are even capable of reacting to certain drugs that the medical students give them.
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RN to BSN Programs Online, Online RN to BSN Programs

RN to BSN degrees could help your break into the highly rewarding profession of nursing and healthcare. Find out more from our page.
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Kaylee Shepherd's comment, February 17, 2014 9:30 AM
10. To achieve the position of a BSN you must first get your RN. RN stands for a registered nurse. BSN stands for bachelor of science in nursing. To obtain your RN you must either get your associates degree, which takes two years, or your bachelors degree, which takes four years. Then you must take a certified examination to be qualified as a registered nurse. After you pass all of your exams, you can move up in the nursing field and get your BSN.
Kaylee Shepherd's comment, February 17, 2014 9:30 AM
10. To achieve the position of a BSN you must first get your RN. RN stands for a registered nurse. BSN stands for bachelor of science in nursing. To obtain your RN you must either get your associates degree, which takes two years, or your bachelors degree, which takes four years. Then you must take a certified examination to be qualified as a registered nurse. After you pass all of your exams, you can move up in the nursing field and get your BSN.
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Nursing Education is More Than Just Earning a Degree

Nursing Education is More Than Just Earning a Degree | nursing | Scoop.it
Do you think you’re done with your nursing education after completing your BSN degree? Think again. This article shows why it’s a continuous commitment.

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Kaylee Shepherd's comment, February 17, 2014 9:30 AM
9. Skills are very important in the workforce. Education takes place in the classroom and clinical placements. The 6 Cs that are involved with 'Compassion in Practice' are - Care, Compassion, Competence, Communication, Courage and Commitment. These deliver higher patient quality skills for the future.
Marisol Sanchez's curator insight, March 10, 2014 10:56 AM

This article asks three important point to consider when deciding to go into the nursing industry. It explains that nurses needs to have a passion, and the belief to better in their careers, to think critically and to want to do their best. It is important to evaluate why you decided to do nursing? Is it because you have a passion for it? Would you be willing to learn to challenge yourself?

In the beginning of the article a person who has their Master's degree in Nursing, mentions that she better understand the theories, and how to care for her patients. Especially using the Midrange Theory of Uncertainty for her patients that are diagnosed with caner.

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What was nursing like 50 years ago?

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Fifty years ago, no person over the age of 35 was admitted to nursing school, segregation was common in the patient wards, and mashed baby food was prescribed to treat open wounds. These were some ...

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Kaylee Shepherd's comment, February 12, 2014 9:40 AM
8 Cost of education was no more than $400 for her entire three years of nursing school. This included food and board. Nursing uniforms wore a blue cotton dress with a bib, apron, white cap and standard hose. Ribbons worn on nurses' caps allowed others to know what your year in school was.
Ashley Hood's comment, March 4, 2014 7:59 AM
1. Back in the 1960's patients in the hospitals were seperated because of segregation. Today in hospitals, this doesn't happen. The patients were lined up against the walls up and down the hallways. Today they have private rooms and not just anyone can come in to visit you. They must be family related and sometimes even have a code to get into your room.
Ashley Hood's comment, March 4, 2014 8:04 AM
2. Technology has advanced dramatically since the 1960's. Back then there was no such thing as an IV, no ICU's, or complex monitoring equipment. Nurses back then were not allowed to draw blood from the patients. Nowadays thats what nurses are known for doing. Nurses now have much more knowledge than nurses 50 years ago, but the role of a nurse is the same; to take care of the patient.
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Nursing 50 Years Back and Today: How the Nursing Field Has Changed Over the Last 50 Years | HEALTHeCAREERS

By Julie Blanche, ADRNwww.nursingstudenttutor.comFifty years is a long time in any life. In the life of the average nurse, the past 50 years has seen many changes in...
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Kaylee Shepherd's comment, February 12, 2014 9:44 AM
7. Nurses are beginning to become more specialized than in the past. Nurses used to be viewed as a caretaker for the patients. Now, however, the nurse assesses the condition of the patients and decides whether or not the patient can make critical decisions on his/her own.
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iPad Apps Can Support Evidence-Based Practice

iPad Apps Can Support Evidence-Based Practice | nursing | Scoop.it

The American Speech-Language, Hearing Association (ASHA) uses a well-known definition put forth by David Sackett and colleagues to define evidence based practices. 


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According to The National Professional Development Center (NPDC) many interventions for autism exist, only some have been shown to be effective through scientific research. Interventions that researchers have shown to be effective are called evidence-based practices. Currently, the Center has identified 24 evidence-based practices.

 

Here is a comprehensive list of iPad apps that support evidence based practice for both speech language pathology and autism spectrum disorders. The table is meant for informational purposes only to illustrate how apps support evidence based practice and to use as you determine appropriate.

 

www.proactivespeechtherapy.com

Kaylee Shepherd's comment, February 12, 2014 9:34 AM
5. Education teachers and therapists are using ipads to help kids with diseases learn. Every student will have different preferences and individual needs. It is the educational teacher's job to find the best "fit" for each student.
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Nursing Training: Past, present and future of nursing - nurse career infographic - StraighterLine

Nursing Training: Past, present and future of nursing - nurse career infographic - StraighterLine | nursing | Scoop.it
See how nursing has changed over the years and where it is going with this infographic Learn how to become a nurse, get a job or education in nursing through a past, present and future look at nursing jobs...

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Marisol Sanchez's curator insight, April 11, 2014 4:25 AM

This article presents interesting information in the history of nursing and neat facts that we don't know about. Also, how nursing has evolved and changed over the decades.