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2016

Medicine and Health Sciences

The University of San Francisco

Nursing and Health Professions Faculty Research and Publications

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Cultural Incongruence In Nursing Education, Chenit Ong-Flaherty Jan 2016

Cultural Incongruence In Nursing Education, Chenit Ong-Flaherty

Nursing and Health Professions Faculty Research and Publications

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Reflections On Leadership In Nursing Education: A Minority Perspective, Angela Banks, Chenit Ong-Flaherty, Claire Sharifi Jan 2016

Reflections On Leadership In Nursing Education: A Minority Perspective, Angela Banks, Chenit Ong-Flaherty, Claire Sharifi

Nursing and Health Professions Faculty Research and Publications

Academic leadership is at once engaging and stimulating, demanding and overwhelming. This article discusses the experiences and perspectives of minority faculty members working at a Jesuit institution. In this article, the authors use Ignatian pedagogical values as the foundation to guide their responses to the challenges they experience in leadership roles and to turn these challenges into opportunities for growth.


Textwithsurgerypatients-A Research Hypothesis In Enhancing Education And Physical Assessment For Abdominal Surgical Patients, Margaret M. Hansen Edd, Msn, Rn Jan 2016

Textwithsurgerypatients-A Research Hypothesis In Enhancing Education And Physical Assessment For Abdominal Surgical Patients, Margaret M. Hansen Edd, Msn, Rn

Nursing and Health Professions Faculty Research and Publications

Medical surgical nurses may not have the time or resources to provide effective pre- and post-operative instructions for patients in today's healthcare system. And, making timely physical assessments following discharge from the hospital is not always straightforward. Therefore, the risk for readmission associated with post-surgical complications is a concern. At present, mobile healthcare technologies and patient care are precipitously evolving and may serve as a resource to enhance communication between the healthcare provider and patient. A mobile telephone text message (short message service [SMS]) intervention for abdominal surgical patients may foster effective education (communication) and timely self-reported physical assessment ...