Camille Payne

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An essential component of the learning process for nursing and other disciplines in health professions education is the structuring of successful clinical experiences for beginning students. The purpose of this research study was to explore and describe first patient care experiences of baccalaureate nursing students in order to better understand student(More)
Trauma centers improve patient outcomes through the provision of expert care by trauma surgeons and nurses. While the American College of Surgeons stipulates that trauma centers must have qualified nurses, there is no clear definition of qualified, nor is there a recommendation for trauma nurse readiness beyond the emergency department or intensive care. In(More)
A primary responsibility for nurse educators is to provide students with theoretical knowledge and clinical skills for professional nursing. In this study, laboratory faculty developed a creative pedagogical strategy to reduce nursing student stress during assessment of skill performance. Mock competencies were structured so that students participated in(More)
Interprofessional (IP) education has emerged globally as a means of improving overall healthcare quality, and to increase healthcare provider understanding of other roles. However, in situations of moral uncertainly, there are not clear procedures to address IP role interactions when tension and conflict emerge. This study reports secondary analysis(More)
The emergence of interprofessional collaboration and practice as a means to provide patient-centered care and to decrease the current fragmentation of health care services in the 21st century provides a clear and unique opportunity for the advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) to assume a key role. For APRNs and other health care providers, to(More)
One of the most significant events to affect advanced practice nursing is the practice doctorate. The doctor of nursing practice (DNP) is firmly established as an educational alternative to the traditional academic research doctoral degree. This option empowers nurses to advance knowledge and skills in clinical practice. This article reviews the historical(More)
The implementation of the Consensus Model for Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Regulation has defined the model for advanced practice within the four recognized advanced practice nursing roles. The focus of graduate nursing program focus for care of the adult population has been broadened to include gerontology. The change toward increasing graduate(More)
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