• Publications
  • Influence
Adapting your teaching to accommodate the net generation of learners.
  • D. Skiba, A. Barton
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Online journal of issues in nursing
  • 31 May 2006
TLDR
Educators are faced with the challenge of adapting their teaching styles to accommodate the Net Generation, in light of their preferences for digital literacy, experiential learning, interactivity, and immediacy. Expand
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The regulation of mobile health applications
In July 2011, the United States Food and Drug Administration issued draft guidance concerning the regulation of mobile medical applications (applications on a wireless device that are used asExpand
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A national Delphi to determine developmental progression of quality and safety competencies in nursing education.
Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) faculty outlined 6 competency domains: patient-centered care, teamwork and collaboration, evidence-based practice, quality improvement, safety, andExpand
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Managing Transitions.
  • A. Barton
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of nursing education
  • 2018
managing transitions What to say and what to do when mostly your friends love reading? Are you the one that don't have such hobby? So, it's important for you to start having that hobby. You know,Expand
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Results of an effort to integrate quality and safety into medical and nursing school curricula and foster joint learning.
Improvements in health care are slow, in part because doctors and nurses lack skills in quality improvement, patient safety, and interprofessional teamwork. This article reports on the Retooling forExpand
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Area of residence and the risk of institutionalization.
Many of the sociodemographic, health status, and social support characteristics that predict the use of health services by elders vary by area of residence. Yet, little is known about how theseExpand
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Call for action: Nurses must play a critical role to enhance health literacy.
Health literacy is a precursor to health and achievement of a culture of health. 1 Patient empowerment, engagement, activation, and maximized health outcomes will not be achieved unless assurance ofExpand
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Improving patient outcomes through CQI: vascular access planning.
TLDR
This article reports the use of the continuous quality improvement (CQI) process to improve patient outcomes. Expand
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Cultivating Informatics Competencies in a Community of Practice
  • A. Barton
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • Nursing administration quarterly
  • 1 October 2005
To move the healthcare industry into the 21st century, nurses must become savvy in the use of informatics to provide optimal care to their patients. However, the relatively few formal nursingExpand
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The new fundamentals in nursing: introducing beginning quality and safety education for nurses' competencies.
This article describes the redesign of the fundamentals of nursing course using an organizing framework and teaching strategies identified in the Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN)Expand
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