• Math
    The importance of Mathematics in everyday life By Laure Gouba African Institute for Mathematical Sciences 6 Melrose Road, Muizenberg 7945, South Africa 06 May 2008 Importance of Mathematics in everyday life Slide 2 Quotes about Mathematics 1. “Education should be started with mathematics...
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  • Math Life
    The importance of Mathematics in everyday life By Laure Gouba African Institute for Mathematical Sciences 6 Melrose Road, Muizenberg 7945, South Africa 06 May 2008 Importance of Mathematics in everyday life Slide 2 Quotes about Mathematics 1. “Education should be started with mathematics...
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  • Summary of Teaching of Information Security in the "Health Care and Nursing" Postgraduate Program
    Teaching of Information Security in the "Health Care and Nursing" Postgraduate program Authors: Tatjana Welzer, Marko Hölbl’, Ana Habjanič, Boštjan Brumen, Marjan Družovec Introduction The improper usage of information technology has become a big problem in the medical field. Securing information...
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    maternity ward. In maternity ward, they is one nursing sister as a ward manager, 7 trained staff nurse with midwifery course, 7 other’s trained staff nurse without midwifery course, and 14 other trained nurse. As a team, we work together to deliver better nursing care to our client’s. My working place...
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  • Learning Environment in Clinical Practice
    important part of learning environment for nursing curriculum. Mc Cabe (1985) thinks that clinical learning experience provides students for knowledge and socializing in professional education. ‘Furthermore, the professional socialization of nursing students occurs largely in the practice setting’ (Windsor...
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  • Effects of Computer Games
    Introduction A computer is a general purpose device that can be programmed to carry out a finite set of arithmetic or logical operations. Since a sequence of operations can be readily changed, the computer can solve more than one kind of problem. (Phillips, 2000) Computer games or Video games are electronic...
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  • Nres
    EFFECTS OF FACEBOOK USAGE TO STUDY HABITS AMONG NCM 105 NURSING STUDENTS OF OUR LADY OF FATIMA UNIVERSITY A Research Proposal Presented to: FACULTY OF THE COLLEGE OF NURSING OUR LADY OF FATIMA UNIVERSITY QUEZON CITY CAMPUS By: Carlo A. Silvestre Lyka Vain T. Jacinto Dyan Elenita C. Rafael ...
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  • Job Performance
    TRENDS AND ISSUES IN NURSING Nursing has been called the oldest of the art, and the youngest of the profession. As such, it has gone through many stages and has been an integral part of social movements. Nursing has been involved in the existing culture, shaped by it and yet being to develop it. The...
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  • Research Paper
    lecturers and professors. Students can utilize social media by posting and sharing notes and lectures online, or watch a video pertaining to yesterday’s history class. Social media is not just limited to students, but many professors are now communicating with their students and peers via online. But...
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  • Effectiveness of E-Learning
    Introduction Computer-aided instruction (CAI) is an interactive instructional technique whereby a computer is used to present the instructional material and monitor the learning that takes place. CAI uses a combination of text, graphics, sound and video in enhancing the learning process. The computer has many...
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  • Network-Based Computerized System
    1.1 Related Literature 1.2.1 Foreign Networking Networking means connecting two or more computers at dispersed locations to exchange information. In networking, computers are interconnected by cables telephone lines, microwave relays or other communication links for the purpose of...
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  • Assess the importance of hand-held technology and its influence upon mental health nursing practice and decision making
    Assess the importance of hand-held technology and its influence upon mental health nursing practice and decision making Numerous studies have confirmed the utilization of PDAs by nursing students in the clinical domain supported, and improved their knowledge. Incorporating the flexible utilization...
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  • Internet Use
    pre-registration nursing courses and provides student nurses with the opportunity to combine cognitive, psychomotor, and affective domains. Various studies have suggested that not all practice settings are able to provide nursing students with a positive learning environment. In order to maximize nursing students'...
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  • Myllee
    study focused on the knowledge and behavior of students nurses of Virgen Milagrosa University Foundation on the effect of multimedia technology. Specifically, it will be sought to answer the following questions; 1. What is the demographic profile of student nurses as to; 2.1 Age, 2.2 Sex...
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  • Internet Exposure
    California, Los Angeles 2007 they have found out that in 31,500 first-year students at 114 colleges and universities in the United States 94 % of them reported spending time on online social networking websites during a typical week. Students who spent more time on these online spaces tended to report higher...
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  • Integrating E-Technology in Nurse Education
    Enhancing nurse education through technological advances is a growing trend of nursing programs today. As the complexity and amount of information that nurses are required to comprehend, support has grown for integrated curriculum approaches that include instruction with the innovative use of technology...
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  • Nursing Informatics
    NURSING INFORMATICS Module 1 |SEMESTER ONE | |LEARNING ACTIVITIES | | | |Health 1 ...
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  • Internet Addiction Between Mass Communication and Nursing Students of Segi University College Research Proposal
    ever-increasing part of many people’s day-to-day lives. Internet addiction is a new phenomenon of today’s plastic age. In fact, for some people, the computer world rivals their real world. Currently, Internet addiction is not an official disorder, and many mental health professionals are not certain if...
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  • nursing
     National Nursing Informatics Project Discussion Paper A project sponsored by the Canadian Association of University Schools of Nursing, Canadian Nurses Association, Registered Nurses Association of British Columbia, Academy of Canadian Executive Nurses, and the Nursing Informatics Special...
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  • Professional Accountability
    other members of the interdisciplinary healthcare team. The Student Rights and Responsibities Policy of the University of Phoenix (2005) serve the same purpose. This policy is a guideline for expected behavior during their tenure as a student at the University, and components of the policy further delineate...
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