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Nursing Education – An Application of Andragogy of Learning

Nursing Education – An Application of Andragogy of Learning

It is said that the effective teacher of adult students abides by a single motto—Learners first (Rogers, 2001). Teaching and learning aim for the attainment of cognitive (intellectual), affective (values, attitudes and feelings) and psychomotor (motor skills)—embodying the so-called imperatives to acquire skills, knowledge and attitude (SKA) in nursing education (Anderson & Krathwohl, 2001; Huitt, […]

Alternative Careers for Burnout Hospital Nurses

Alternative Careers for Burnout Hospital Nurses

Hooray! You have finally finished nursing school despite the school’s gruelling academic and physical demands. Then, everyone in the family rejoices once again when you’ve passed the licensure exam to be a registered nurse.  You treat the newly acquired RN title, like your first car, preciously eager to take it out for a ride and […]

Nursing Faces New Challenges in the New e-Era

Nursing Faces New Challenges in the New e-Era

There is nothing constant in this world except change, as changes will always be inevitable in struggle for life’s greatest survival. Health care system adapt to the changing needs of the society. The new electronic era brings greater challenges as well as myriad opportunities for nursing profession and the academe responsible in shaping the next […]