Carroll Iwasiw

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This qualitative, explanatory study examined Post-RN baccalaureate nursing students' experiences of empowerment with distance education and computer conferencing (CC) for fit with the constructs of Kanter's (1977, 1993) Theory of Structural Power in Organizations. Seven post-RNs from Canadian distance education nursing programs were interviewed. Interview(More)
Conceptualizations of health technology in the nursing profession have traditionally been presented in essentialized fashions, favouring either socially-centric, or, techno-centric perspectives. In this qualitative research study, an Actor-Network Theory lensed analysis was used to explore how nurses conceptualize and learn about health technology utilized(More)
This study investigated the effects of a training module on the active listening skills of non-degree registered nurses. Active listening skills were defined as understanding what another person is saying and feeling and then communicating this understanding of his thoughts and feelings back to him. The sample consisted of 26 post-diploma RNs registered in(More)
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