Jacksonville University Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences
This collection houses scholarly work authored by faculty and students from the School of Nursing of the Brooks Rehabilitative College of Healthcare Sciences at Jacksonville University. The School of Nursing awards BSN, MSN and DNP degrees and all programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
Jacksonville University School of Nursing is committed to the success of each student as a self-assured, clinically competent, caring professional nurse, who practices in an evolving, complex health care environment, provides leadership to promote health among culturally diverse people and promotes the advancement of nursing knowledge through evidence-based practice and life-long learning. To learn more about the Jacksonville University School of Nursing, please visit their website at here.
Interprofessional Education Through Telecommunication with Undergraduate Nursing Students and Medical Residents (2018-07-03)
This quality improvement project was implemented using four interprofessional simulations (IPS) involving a critical change in a patient’s status. Senior level undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Nursing students ...
Purpose: Nurse Residency programs (NRPs) have shown great promise in helping to transition the new RN to the role of a practicing nurse. This document describes the development of a nurse residency ...
Engagement in a Cultural Competence Course and its Impact on Transcultural Competence, Transcultural Confidence, and Transcultural Knowledge (2018-05-09)
Problem Statement: In healthcare, practicing cultural competence is expected; however, nurses struggle to fulfill this expectation (Repo et al., 2017). Language barriers and inadequate cultural knowledge often ...
Informatics Competency-Based Assessment: Evaluations and Determination of Nursing Informatics Competency Gaps among Practicing Nurse Informaticists (2017-09-01)
In today’s transformed healthcare industry, nursing informatics has become an essential and fast growing specialty. While nursing informatics competencies (NI) have been identified and recommended by national ...
The transition into the NP role is challenging and often lacks the support needed to overcome obstacles during the first year of practice which can lead to feelings of displeasure with one’s self as well as discontent ...