Clinical Instruction and Evaluation

ISBN-10: 0763738581
ISBN-13: 9780763738587
Edition: 2nd 2006 (Revised)
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Description: Critical care rotation, usually in the senior year of nursing school-offered in the department of adult and elder health. Nursing education departments at hospitals that offer a nurse externship

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List price: $84.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC
Publication date: 4/14/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 369
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.100
Language: English

Critical care rotation, usually in the senior year of nursing school-offered in the department of adult and elder health. Nursing education departments at hospitals that offer a nurse externship

Preface
Goals of Clinical Nursing Education
Applying Theoretical Learning to Patient Care Situations
Developing Communication Skills
Demonstrating Skill in the Use of Therapeutic Nursing Interventions
Evidencing Caring Behaviors in Nursing Actions
Considering the Ethical Implications of Clinical Decisions and Nursing Actions
Gaining a Perspective on the Contextual Environment
Experiencing the Variety of Nursing Roles
Summary
References
Entering the Instructional Role
The Academic Environment
Becoming a Member of the Nursing Department Faculty
Expectations of the Clinical Instructor
Developing Collegial Relationships within the Nursing Department
The Clinical Setting
Demands of Clinical Teaching
Expectations of Clinical Staff
Expectations of Students
Orientation to the Clinical Setting
Summary
References
Theoretical Approaches to Teaching and Learning in Clinical Nursing Education
How Learners Learn
Psychological Theories
Developmental Theories
Social Theories
Behavioral Domains and Hierarchies of Learning
Cognitive Domain
Psychomotor Domain
Affective Domain
Nature of the Adult Learner
Assumptions of Andragogy
Conditions for Learning
Benner's Framework for the Development of Clinical Expertise
Summary
References
Getting Started
Program Faculty
Clinical Staff
The Clinical Group
Before the Clinical Experience Begins
The First clinical Day
Orientation
Establishing Ground Rules
Setting Expectations
Teaching and Learning Strategies for the College Laboratory Setting
The Laboratory Setting
Uses of the College Laboratory
Instructional Materials
Structuring the Laboratory Experience
The Process of Learning a Psychomotor Skill
Integrating the Cognitive Basis for Psychomotor Skills
Summary
References
Organizing and Managing Instruction in the Clinical Practice Setting
Expectations, Hopes, and Fears
Causing No Harm to the Patient
Helping Patients
Integrating Theory into Clinical Practice
Learning Clinical Practice Skills
Looking Good as a Nurse and as a Student
Selecting Clinical Learning Experiences
Curricular Goals
Learning Environment
Instructor Expertise
Learner Characteristics
Other Considerations
Alternative Approaches
Techniques to Help Students Prepare for Clinical Learning Experiences
Teacher-Created Data Collection Forms
Daily Nursing Care Plans
The "Verbal Connection"
Clinical Focus Guidelines
Clinical Concept Mapping
The Clinical Preconference
Guiding Student Learning in the Clinical Setting
Teaching-Learning Principles Underlying Instruction
Modeling the Professional Nursing Role
Managing Off-Unit Experiences
Taking Advantage of Serendipitous Opportunities
The Clinical Postconference
Summary
References
Teaching and Learning Strategies for the Clinical Practice Setting
Instructional Techniques for the Clinical Setting
Demonstration
War Stories
Questioning
Listening
Supervision of Student Performance of Technical Skills
Process of Skill Mastery
How to Let Go
When to Jump In
Ensuring That Patient Needs Are Met
Promoting the Integration of Theory and Practice
Case Studies
Seminars
Nursing Rounds
Written Assignments
Developing Critical Thinking Skills and Reflective Practice
What Is Critical Thinking?
The Role of Reflective Practice
Strategies for Promoting Critical Thinking and Reflective Practice
The Affective Domain: Fostering Caring in Clinical Practice
Summary
References
Special Techniques for Special Settings
The Maternity Setting: Managing Instruction to Capture the Cyclical Nature of the Maternity Experience
The Pediatric Setting: The Problem of a Disappearing Clientele
The Mental Health Setting: It's Communication, But Is It Therapeutic?
Community Health Settings: Independent Practice in Unstructured Settings
Reference
Theoretical Approaches to the Evaluation of Learning in the Laboratory and Clinical Practice Settings
Philosophies of Evaluation
Purposes of Evaluation
The Evaluation Process
Goals of Evaluation
Standards for Evaluation
Evaluation Methods
Analyzing Results
Reporting Results and Making Decisions
Using Results
Evaluating the Evaluation Process
Summary
References
Evaluation Strategies for the Laboratory and Clinical Practice Settings
Identifying the Goals of Evaluation
Clarifying the Standards for Evaluation
Selecting and Applying Evaluation Methods
Observations
Written Work
Oral Presentations
Simulations
Self-Evaluations
Testimonials
Analyzing Results
Reporting Results
Due Process Issues
Confidentiality Issues
Making Decisions
Using Results
Evaluating the Evaluation Process
References
Interpersonal Issues in Clinical Nursing Education
The Instructional Role
The Clinical Instructor as Teacher
The Clinical Instructor as Supervisor
The Clinical Instructor as Evaluator
The Clinical Instructor as Nurse
Communicating Caring
Conveying Enthusiasm
Communication Strategies
Setting Goals
Communicating Values
Motivating Performance
Praising
Providing Corrective Feedback
Preventing Unsafe Practice
Describing Performance Deficits
Disciplining a Student
Failing a Student
Removing a Student from the Clinical Area
Responding to Student Stress
Helping Students to Cope with...
...Death and Dying
...Disfigurement, Deformities, Wounds, and Other Alterations in Body Integrity
...A Patient's Sexuality
...Racist or Sexist Remarks by Patients
...Staff or Physician Harassment
Strategies for Working with the...
...Reluctant Learner
...Reticent Learner
...Monopolizer
...Distractor
...Student Who Lies
...Student Who Plagiarizes
...Student Who Exhibits Inappropriate Behavior
...Student Who Has Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
...Student Who Is Impaired Due to Substance Abuse
...Student Who Is Defiant
...Student Who Is Uncivil
...Student Who Is Poorly Groomed
...Student Who Is a Family Member or Friend
...Older Student
...Male Student
...Student Who Is Repeating the Course
...Student Who Is Licensed as an LPN or RN
...Student from Another Culture
...Student for Whom English Is a Second Language
Maintaining Relationships with Staff
Controlling Emotions
Summary
References
Ethical and Legal Issues in Nursing Education
Ethical Issues in Nursing Education
Ethical Systems and Analytical Tools
Approaches to Guiding Students through Ethical Dilemmas in Practice
Ethical Issues Related to the Instructional Role
Legal Issues in Nursing Education
Licensure Issues
Due Process Issues
Student with a Disability
Contractual Issues
Summary
References
Appendices
Sample Program, Level, and Related Course Objectives for a Baccalaureate Nursing Program
Sample Course Outline for a Nursing Course with a Clinical Component
Sample Clinical Evaluation Form
Sample Anecdotal Notes
Sample Agency Affiliation Agreement
Sample Clinical Preparation Forms
Sample Guidelines for Off-Unit Experiences
Index

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