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Caring and Burnout in Registered Nurses: What’s The Connection?
  • A. Peery
  • Medicine
  • International Journal for Human Caring
  • 1 April 2008
PEERY, ANNETTE IVEY. Caring and Burnout in Registered Nurses: What’s the Connection? (Under the direction of Dr. Duane Akroyd.) In order to prevent burnout among nurses, key causes of burnout must beExpand
Food Literacy Partners Program: A Strategy To Increase Community Food Literacy
The Food Literacy Partners Program was developed to train health professionals and community volunteers and to provide culturally appropriate food, nutrition, and physical activity education toExpand
Parent and Teacher Perceptions of the Impact of School Nurse Interventions on Children’s Self-Management of Diabetes
Diabetes is a common chronic illness among school-age children. The school nurse collaborates with the student, parents, and teachers to help the child manage their diabetes effectively. Very littleExpand
Use of the unfolding case study in teaching nurse educator master of science in nursing students.
  • A. Peery
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The Journal of nursing education
  • 1 March 2015
Currently in nursing education, the use of interactive and transferable strategies to narrow the gap between nursing education and practice is imperative (Ben-ner, Sutphen, Leonard, & Day, 2010). DayExpand
An integrative curriculum for accelerated nursing education programs.
The number of accelerated baccalaureate and direct-entry master's nursing programs being offered in the United States is increasing. These programs shorten the amount of time to educate entry-levelExpand
Evidence-Based Lifestyle Strategies to Improve Health of Shift Workers
An estimated 8-15 million Americans perform shift work that may encourage life style choices that negatively affect health. We present two patient cases elucidating some of the issues faced by shiftExpand
Media Training For Dietetic Interns, a Special Workshop
Abstract Dietetic Interns at East Carolina University have completed a half-day media training workshop for the last 3 years. The workshop, conducted by dietitians and patient educators, is intendedExpand
Mini-Med School: Developing Partnerships with the Community and Between Health Professions and Students
Often in the high-tech, fast paced arena of health professions education, community engagement may be ignored. One rural, Southern university with a large health sciences division did not allow thisExpand
Including Nutrition in an Ambulatory Care Path for Patients with Type 2 Diabetes
Care paths are known to improve the performance of health care providers in delivering diabetes education. This paper describes the efforts of a rural family practice to implement a provider-andExpand