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  • Sladky, Katie Ann (2019-05)
    The nursing faculty and subsequent nursing shortages have plagued the profession for decades with little progress made in altering the trajectory of the problem (AACN, 2005; IOM, 2010; NLN, 2017). Primary influences on the ...
  • Baer, Nichole; Barker, Molle; Melcher, Candace R. (Bryan College of Health Sciences, 2018-12)
    BACKGROUND: The nursing profession is plagued with a major nursing shortage due to the aging population of the nursing workforce, baby boomers and due to the increasing demands of the healthcare organizations. The turnover ...
  • Kinnett, Katie; Francis, Lindsey; Kornfeld, Dixie; Wehrman, Kristi (Bryan College of Health Sciences, 2019-12-11)
    The purpose of this capstone project was to create a framework to standardize the process of faculty development of Interprofessional Education (IPE). Background & Significance: Current research focuses on the learner ...
  • Sedivy, Allison (2019-11-08)
    The patient of this case had undergone a unique experience as he had minimal risk factors for an inguinal hernia. He presented to the emergency department with a sudden onset of a severe left incarcerated inguinal hernia. ...
  • Hixson, Malerie (Bryan College of Health Sciences, 2019-12-03)
    Papillary breast carcinoma constitutes approximately 0.5% of invasive breast cancers (Pal et al, 2010). Patients are usually postmenopausal females, especially the age range of 40-75, who present with bloody nipple ...
  • Summers, Michelle (2019-05)
    Abstract The purpose of this qualitative phenomenological study was to explore the lived experience of college faculty following student suicide. Doka’s Theory of Disenfranchised Grief was used as a theoretical framework. ...
  • Dubas, Jenna M. (2020)
    It is widely accepted that gender diversification of the nursing workforce will positively influence healthcare access and outcomes. Gender diversification of the nursing workforce is desired to enhance culturally congruent ...
  • Nevels, Kelci; Petsch, Priscilla; Sevcik, Emily (2019-05)
    There is a great amount of literature exploring the effects of nitrous oxide (N2O) as a method of pain relief for laboring women. However, a majority of this research was published prior to 2010 and conducted in other ...
  • McCown, Angela (2021)
    Nursing faculty incivility is not a new phenomenon. It has been seen in nursing education for quite some time. Understanding nursing faculty experiences with their colleague’s incivility will help create a workplace ...
  • Grieve, Mackenzie; Wurtz, Laura (2018-12)
    Through clinical experiences amongst patients with wounds, an inquiry arose regarding interventions that could be used to expedite the healing process—specifically nutrition. Through extensive searching of Bryan Fusion, ...
  • Davis, Krystal L. (2020)
    Academic advising can significantly influence academic success. However, little is known about the challenges and the effects on nurse faculty advising baccalaureate nursing students. The purpose of this qualitative ...
  • Unknown author (Bryan College of Health Sciences., 2018-12-05)
    This is the program brochure for the capstone projects for the December, 2018 Bryan College of Health Sciences Master of Science in Nursing graduates. The brochure includes the Bryan College of Health Sciences MSN Program ...
  • Hanke-Tierney, Cathy (2021-02)
    Abstract Introduction: Undergraduate nursing students often find the academic rigor of a nursing program challenging. Students may experience feelings of stress, feel overwhelmed, and have difficulty coping, while some ...
  • Klein*, Emily; Aguilar, Brianna; Holm, Ashley; Robinson, Britta (2018-11)
    Do patients diagnosed with severe sepsis who are treated with hydrocortisone, thiamine, and vitamin C have a better prognosis than those treated with the current standard practice? Through extensive searching of the ...
  • Grieve, Mackenzie; Wurtz, Laura (2019-04-22)
    Through clinical experiences amongst patients with wounds, an inquiry arose regarding interventions that could be used to expedite the healing process—specifically nutrition. Through extensive searching of Bryan Fusion, ...
  • Cole, Kelly A (2021-05)
    Incivility has a direct impact on nursing education including recruitment and retention as well as job satisfaction. An opportunity exists to explore reflections on the workplace civility behaviors of self and peers, and ...
  • Crabtree, Kay L.; Wojcicki, Janet M.; Minhas, Veenu; Smith, David R.; Kankasa, Chipepo; Mitchell, Charles D.; Wood, Charles (American Association for Cancer Research, 2014-02)
    BACKGROUND: Human herpesvirus-8 (HHV-8) infection in early childhood is common throughout sub-Saharan Africa with prevalence increasing throughout childhood. Specific routes of transmission have not been clearly delineated, ...
  • Berkey, Holly (2019-11-19)
    Sacrococcygeal tumors are the most common congenital anomaly in fetuses. This presentation focuses on the pathogenesis of sacrococcygeal teratomas. In the case study presented, a pregnant female patient was referred to ...
  • Blome, Melissa (2020-02-13)
    Abstract Introduction: Poor sleep quality and maladaptive sleep hygiene may lead to chronic daytime sleepiness, which may, in turn, impact daily functioning. The purpose of this research study was to further investigate ...
  • Hunt, Tiffany Ann (2019-05)
    Abstract Background: Service learning is an educational pedagogy that provides students with an opportunity to apply classroom knowledge to real-life situations. There are three components of service learning: course ...