• statistics GCU
    facet of the study population to be represented without researcher bias. Four common sampling designs have been developed for selection of a random sample: simple random sampling, stratified random sampling, cluster sampling, and systematic sampling (Burns & Grove, 2007). Simple random sampling is achieved...
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  • Stressors and Coping Strategies of Students in Accelerated Baccalaureate Nursing Programs Marge Hegge, Edd, Rn Sr. Vicky Larson, Ms, Rn
    Students in accelerated baccalaureate nursing programs were asked about the stressors and helpfulness of coping strategies during the program. The authors report the results and implications of their study. The success of baccalaureate students in accelerated nursing programs depends on how well...
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  • Internet Addiction Between Mass Communication and Nursing Students of Segi University College Research Proposal
    use with other behaviours. Students in general, are not restricted to specific working or studying hours, and they have a number of term breaks and holidays throughout the year. In addition to that, Kandell (1998, as cited in Azim et al, 2009) stated that college students usually have free and easily...
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  • Value and Research
    this critique, the framework of Parahoo (1997) and Polit and Hugler (1999) have been used as a guide. Title The title of ‘A qualitative study of nursing student experiences of clinical practice,’ shows a clear indication of what the purpose of the study is and the research problem is clearly identified...
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  • Values Orientation of Senior Nursing Students of a State University in Iloilo City, Philippines
    VALUES ORIENTATION OF SENIOR NURSING STUDENTS OF WEST VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY Chapter 1 Introduction of the Study This chapter consists of five parts namely: (1) Background and Theoretical Framework of the Study, (2) Statement of the Problem and the Hypothesis, (3) Significance of the Study...
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  • Research Validity
    group one's research study modeled after? a. Kristin Stewart b. Nola Pender c. Scarlett Johanssen d. Archie Bunker 2. What kind of statistical analysis did group one use? a. Ordinal b. Interval c. T-test d. Chi square 3. What kind of sampling method was used in group one's study? a. Convenience ...
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  • EFFECT OF ors therapy
    AREAS OF PUNE CITY” BY SHWETA K KATE NIJINA ANIRUDHAN CHINNU JOHN RENIN RAJU FINAL YEAR BASIC B.Sc. NURSING STUDENTS DE SOCIETY’S SMT. SUBHADRA K. JINDAL COLLEGE OF NURSING SHIVAJINAGAR, PUNE RESEARCH PROJECT “A STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PLANNED HEALTH TEACHING ON THE KNOWLEDGE...
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  • Nica
    Student Employment and Its Effects on Academic Achievement By Nancy Schoofs PhD RN, Susan Bosold PhD RN, Jan Flentje MSN RN, Vicki Slot BSN RN •Employment and Academics •Increasing trend for nursing students to work full or part-time while attending college •Faculty members are convinced that this...
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  • Connely
    Connellyconnely Secondary Analysis N ewland and colleagues (2010) report in this issue on a study using secondary analysis to describe the relationships among demographic variables in women with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS) and healthy women. Secondary analysis is the use of data gathered...
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  • Preference for a Learning Environment and Academic Performance of Students in a Selected College of Nursing
    physical characteristics of the surroundings of the students when learning. These may vary depending on environmental elements such as sound, light, temperature, and design (Tenedero, 2009). Sound is the first element of the learning environment. Most students are contented with only one sound inside the classroom...
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  • Effectiveness of E-Learning
    the classroom, and it can be utilized to help a student in all areas of the curriculum. Computer-assisted instruction allows the students to be active participants in their learning and to browse all the topics in their own pace. “CAI may help students develop creative abilities and induce changes in...
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  • Swot Acu National
    Online teaching and learning at Australian Catholic University Environmental scan and SWOT analysis report Prepared by Online Advisers Beatrice Johnson (Faculty of Arts and Sciences) Alanah Kazlauskas (Faculty of Arts and Sciences) Evan Harris (Faculty of Education) Des Matejka (Faculty of Education)...
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  • Factors Affecting Nursing Performance
    ACADEMIC FACTORS AFFECTING LEARNING AT A NURSING COLLEGE IN THE WESTERN CAPE YOLANDE NERISSA MAGERMAN Thesis presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Health Science in the Faculty of Health Sciences at the Stellenbosch University SUPERVISOR: DR. E.L...
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    Philosophical-Theoretical Foundations in Nursing 1. No answer question #3 The nursing theory that I would like to emphasize in my future paper is the Salmon White’s Construct for Public Health Nursing. This theory describes Public health as an organized societal effort to protect, promote and restore...
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  • Catelogy
    Academic Programs......................................................................................................................... Enrollment and Student Profile ........................................................................................................ University Library .................
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  • Research Paper
    COURSE:MSc. PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE WITH WORK PLACEMENT STUDENT NUMBER : 12061190 DATE OF SUBMISSION :28TH OF JUNE,2013 WORD COUNT EXCLUDING REFERENCE: 2608 TOTAL NUMBER OF PAGE : 10 ...
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  • Honda City Marketing Research
    the following categories of people for our analysis: Working professionals Youths in the age group of 25-40 with high disposable income Students and other youth about to join service or start up on their own First year students of XIMB were also considered for the study...
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  • Evidence Based Practice
    Based Practice Nursing is the utilization by nurses of Evidence Based Research findings that, according to Houser (2012), steer the nurse toward integration of clinical expert opinion and experience with an unbiased exhaustive review of the best scientific evidence professional nursing care literature...
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  • Impact Jet
    Faculty of Health Pre-Registration Nursing Diary for Recorded Learning / Reflective Practice Name: Melissa Duchelle Nzuetom Mbakop Date of Event: 19/02/2013 Title of Event: IM injection Cross Referenced to: SWOT Analysis and Learning contract. What was the event? I have...
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  • Kolson
    him) whose blessings enabled us to perceive and pursuit higher ideas of life. “THE PROFOUND EFFECT OF A TEACHER UPON THE STUDENTS CAN BE DESCRIBED BY THE LIVES OF HIS STUDENTS” (PRINYA NATALYA) We deem it with an honor and privilege to record sense of gratitude to the respected resource person...
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