Nursing Clinical Coach Research Journal Club
*An updated list of upcoming club meetings is available in the events calendar.
Target Audience: The intended audience is nursing Clinical Coaches However, any nurse who is interested in the topic is welcome to attend.
Purpose: The Nursing Clinical Coach Research Journal Club strives to introduce nursing research that provides information related to the needs of a clinical coach.
- To enhance nurses’ knowledge of the research process
- To enhance nurses’ ability to critically evaluate published nursing research
- To develop an awareness of current nursing research studies
- To evaluate current practice based on evidence-based nursing research results
- To further develop and enhance critical thinking skills
- To enable nurses in acute-care areas an opportunity to participate and network in a journal club that focuses on their specific needs
- To motivate nurses to participate in evidence-based practice and/or nursing research projects at Lee Health
Desired outcomes: The desired outcome is to improve nurses’ understanding of developing evidence-based practice and conduction of nursing research.
No registration necessary; all nurses are welcome to attend.
Participants can attend via web ex.
Participants should print, and read, the article prior to attending the sessions.
Copies of the journal articles needed for each session may be requested from the Medical Library at email@example.com
Frequency of meetings: Quarterly
Place: via Web-Ex.
Reading assignments: Copies of the reading assignments will be distributed by the club coordinator prior to the meeting.
Available credits: Lee Health is an approved provider of Continuing Nursing Education by the Florida Board of Nursing. This program has applied for 1 (one) contact hour.
Leader: Debbie Fleming, MSN, RN, NPD-BC
Previous Reading Assignments
Mellore, P., Gregoric, C., & Gillham, C. (2017) Strategies new graduate nurses require to care and advocate for themselves: A literature review. Contemporary Nurse, 53(3), 390-405.
Wardrop, R., Coyne, E., & Needham, J. (2018). Exploring the expectations of preceptors in graduate nurse transition; a qualitative interpretative study. Nurse Education in Practice, 34(2019), 97-103.
Nielsen, A., Lasater, K. & Stock, M. (2016). A framework to support preceptors’ evaluation and development of new nurses clinical judgment. Nurse Education in Practice, 19(2016), 84-90.
Tong, V. and Epenter, B. (2018). A comparative study of newly licensed registered nurses' stressors: 2003 and 2015. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 49(3), 132-140.
Figueroa, S., Gardner, J., Irizarry, J. & Cohn, T. (2016). Married state preceptorship model: Crossing the state line in new graduate nurse transition to practice. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing. 47(11), 511-517.
Ortiz, J. (2016). New graduate nurses' experiences about lack of professional confidence. Nurse Education in Practice, 19(2016), 19-24.
Strouse, S., Nickerson, C., & McCloskey, E. (2018). We don't miter the sheets on the bed: Understanding the preceptor role in the enculturation of nursing students. Nurse Education in Practice, 3292018), 21-27.
Tong, V. and Epenter, B. (2018). A comparative study of newly licensed registered nurses' stressors: 2003 and 2015. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 49(3), 132-140. Figueroa, S., Gardner, J., Irizarry, J. & Cohn, T. (2016). Married state preceptorship model: Crossing the state line in new graduate nurse transition to practice. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 47(11), 511-517.
Ortiz, J. (2016). New graduate nurses' experiences about lack of professional confidence. Nurse Education in Practice, 19, 19-24.
Schuelke, S., and Barnason, S. (2017). Interventions used by nurse preceptors to develop critical thinking of new graduate nurses. Journal for Nurses in Professional Development, 31 (1), E1-E7.
Bontrager, S., Hart, P., & Mareno, N. (2016). The role of preceptorship and group cohesion on newly licensed registered nurses' satisfaction and intent to stay. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 47 (3), 132-139
McCrow, J., Yevchak, A., & Lewis, P. (2014). A prospective cohort study examining the preferred learning styles of acute care registered nurses. Nurse Education in Practice, 14, 170-175.
Goss, C. (2015). Systematic review building a preceptor support system. Journal for Nurses in Professional Development, 31 (1), E-7-E14.
Robinson, J., Scollan-Koliopoulous, M., Kamienski, M., & Burke, K. (2012). Generational differences and learning style preferences in nurses from a large metropolitan medical center. Journal for Nurses in Staff Development, 28(4), 166-172.
Lachance, C. (2014). Nursing journal clubs: A literature review on the effective teaching strategy for continuing education and evidence-based practice. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 45(12), 559-565.
Tsai, Y., Lee-Hsieh, J., Turton, M., Li, S., Tseng, H., Lin, H., & Lin, H. ( 2014). Nurse-Preceptor training needs assessment: Views of preceptors and new graduate nurses. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 45(11), 497-505.
Haggerty, C.; Holloway, K. & Wilson, D. (2012). Entry to nursing practice preceptor education and support: Could we do it better? Nursing Praxis in New Zealand, 28(1), 30-39.
Raines, D. A. (2012). Nurse preceptor’s views of precepting undergraduate nursing students. Nursing Education Perspectives, 33(2), 76-80.
Kenneth, J. O. (2011). Using problem-based learning in the clinical setting to improve nursing student’s critical thinking: An evidence review. Journal of Nursing Education, 50(3), 145-151.
Hill, Y., Salmu, M. & Jonson, E. (2014). Perspectives on good preceptorship: A matter of ethics. Nursing Ethics, 21(5), 565-575. Doi: 10.1177/0969733013511361
Giallonardo, L. M. , Wong, C. A., & Iwasiw, C. L. (2010). Authentic leadership of preceptors: Predictor of new graduate nurses’ work engagement and job satisfaction. Journal of Nursing Management, 18, 993-1003. Doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2834.2010.01126.x
Foley, V., Myrick, F., & Yonge, R. (2012). Generational clashpoints in nursing Preceptorship. Journal of Nursing Education, 51 (10), 556-562. doi: 10.3928/01484834-20120820-04
Figueroa, S., Bulos, M., Forges, E. & Judkins-Cohn, T. (2013). Stabilizing and retaining a quality nursing work force through the use of the married state preceptorship model. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 44 (8), 365-373. doi: 10.3928/00220124-20130603-08
Kaddoura, M., A. (2013). The effect of preceptor behavior on the critical thinking skills of new graduate nurses in the intensive care unit. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 44 (11), 488-495. doi: 10.3928/00220124-20130816-21
Matua, G. A., Seshan, V., Savithi, R., & Fronda, D., C. (2014). Challenges and strategies for building and maintaining effective preceptor-preceptee relationships among nurses. Sultan Qaboos University Medical Journal, 14 (4), 530-535.