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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 2017:

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