baccalaureate nursing, nursing education, human patient simulation
Baccalaureate nursing educators have incorporated nursing research content into the curriculum for many years. Our university also proposes that students have a faculty-mentored learning experience at least once during their undergraduate education. Student research, guided by a faculty mentor, provides an excellent opportunity for students to learn about and participate in nursing research. The authors describe a unique experience of nursing students working as research assistants in a faculty research project using a human patient simulator.
Original Publication Citation
Ravert, P., Boyer, B., Harmon, K., & Scoffield, H. (2004). Learning Nursing Research through Faculty Mentored Projects. Nurse Educator. 29(4), 170-174.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Ravert, Patricia K.; Boyer, Ben; Harmon, Kirsten; and Scoffield, Holly, "Learning Nursing Research Through Faculty-mentored Projects" (2004). Faculty Publications. 5267.
© 2004; Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.
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