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Articles by Glenn H. Raup in JoVE
Using Learning Outcome Measures to assess Doctoral Nursing Education
Glenn H. Raup1, Jeff King2, Romana J. Hughes2, Natasha Faidley2
1Harris College of Nursing and Health Sciences, 2Koehler Center for Teaching Excellence, Texas Christian University
The structure and process for measuring student learning outcomes through customizable assessment rubrics is discussed and applied to a doctoral nursing education program.
Other articles by Glenn H. Raup on PubMed
The Impact of ED Nurse Manager Leadership Style on Staff Nurse Turnover and Patient Satisfaction in Academic Health Center Hospitals
Journal of Emergency Nursing: JEN : Official Publication of the Emergency Department Nurses Association. Oct, 2008 | Pubmed ID: 18804712
Nurse managers with effective leadership skills are an essential component to the solution for ending the nursing shortage. Empirical studies of existing ED nurse manager leadership styles and their impact on key nurse management outcomes such as staff nurse turnover and patient satisfaction have not been performed. The specific aims of this study were to determine what types of leadership styles were used by ED nurse managers in academic health center hospitals and examine their influence on staff nurse turnover and patient satisfaction.
Journal of Trauma Nursing : the Official Journal of the Society of Trauma Nurses. Apr-Jun, 2009 | Pubmed ID: 19543016
Penetrating craniocerebral trauma is an injury in which a projectile violates the skull but does not exit. The significance of penetrating injuries to the head depends largely on the circumstances of the injury, the velocity of impact, and attributes of the projectile. While most penetrating head injuries are caused by firearms, lower-velocity mechanisms of penetrating brain injury present unique challenges for the multidisciplinary team involved with the delivery of care. Appropriate management can lead to optimal outcomes and limit secondary brain injury.
Nursing Management. Jun, 2010 | Pubmed ID: 20512009