This study was designed to identify the factors contributing to student nurse success. This study examined the relationships between needs being met and student success and looked at attributes contributing to student success. Students identified categories of “physiological” and “psychosocial” needs. They recognized that meeting these needs was important but they were not always able to meet them.
The Art in Dying: Educating Associate Degree Nursing Students About Death and the Dying Process Through the Power of Art01/01/2008
Associate degree nursing programs frequently encompass death and dying in their curricula; however, educating nursing students on this sensitive topic can prove to be a challenge. Nurse educators can be instrumental in facilitating an insightful perspective among nursing students by incorporating a creative approach, utilizing active learning methodologies regarding death and the dying process.