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Dissertations Defended

The following are defended dissertations by the first cohort of Ed.D in Nursing Education from Southern CT State University and Western CT State University as of 2018:

  • THE EXPERIENCES, PERCEPTIONS AND PRACTICES OF NURSING FACULTY TEACHING PAIN MANAGEMENT: A QUALITATIVE STUDY
  • TRANSGENDER EDUCATION IN NURSING: A QUALITATIVE STUDY INVESTIGATING FACULTY BELIEFS
  • EXPLORING THE DEVELOPMENT OF EMPATHY WITH NURSE RESIDENTS IN A NURSING RESIDENCY PROGRAM: A QUALITATIVE CASE STUDY
  • SIMULATION AND DEBRIEFING EFFECTS ON DIAGNOSTIC REASONING DEVELOPMENTS IN FAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONER STUDENTS
  • TECHNOLOGY USE, TECHNOLOGICAL SELF-EFFICACY AND GENERAL SELF-EFFICACY AMONG UNDERGRADUATE NURSING FACULTY
  • TRANSITION TO PRACTICE AFTER PARTICIPATION IN A STUDENT NURSE ASSOCIATE PROGRAM: A QUALITATIVE STUDY
  • THE LIVED EXPERIENCE OF THE NURSE PRACTITIONER IN THE ROLE OF THE CLINICAL PRECEPTOR
  • ORIENTATION LEARNING NEEDS OF ADJUNCT CLINICAL FACULTY
  • THE INCLUSION OF THE CARE OF THE CANCER SURVIVOR IN UNDERGRADUATE NURSING CURRICULA
  • MORAL SENSITIVITY: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE NURSING STUDENTS
  • THE ACADEMIC IMPACT OF PREREQUISITE COURSEWORK FOR SECOND DEGREE STUDENTS IN AN ACCELERATED GRADUATE ENTRY PRESPECIALTY IN NURSING PROGRAM
  • EVALUATION O THE MCMAHON COMPETENCE ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENT AND THE SHOULDER DYSTOCIA SIMULATION MODULE FOR USE WITH NURSE-MIDWIFERY STUDENT
  • THE RELATIONSHIP AMONG HEALTH EDUCATION SYSTEMS, INC. PROGRESSION AND EXAMINATION SCORES, DAY OR EVENING PROGRAM ENROLLMENT, FINAL GRADE POINT AVERAGE, AND NCLEX RN © SUCCESS IN ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING STUDENTS
  • THE ENGLISH-AS-A-SECOND LANGUAGE NURSING STUDENTS IN THE ONLINE ENVIRONMENT--CHALLENGES, IMPROVEMENTS AND SUCCESS