The International journal of nursing Education and palliative science is the perfect source for information on continuing medical education on nursing courses as well as the most happening worldwide researches in the field of Nursing and healthcare.
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The International journal of nursing Education and palliative science aim to share information and skill of nursing, midwifery and healthcare personnel all over the world and to influence and inspire students and professionals to work for social care needs of their respective communities.
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As we continue to grow and adapt, remaining always adaptable, motivated and responsive to “International Journal of Nursing Education and palliative science ”.Our organization is confronting a time of many changes and we’re meeting these changes during a time of larger nation-wide and global change. The world of Nursing and healthcare is an exciting area in which to work on clinical case studies, and we’ll continue to meet and bring inspired people together in forums like this, to ensure ours innovate remains at the cutting edge. It is important we have a good balance of different article type within the journal.
Aim and Scope of the journal:
This seeks to attract healthcare professionals working for the growth and establishment of nursing, midwifery and healthcare education, in addition to those who are involved in training healthcare professionals. This journal is open to faculty, nursing and midwifery educationalists, academic administrators, senior education managers, practitioners, researcher, and students.
1 Nursing Teaching Strategies
2 Nursing Management
3 Psychiatric Nurses
4 Peri-Operative Nursing
5 Critical Care Nursing
6 Nursing Types
7 Critical Care for the Nurse Practitioner
8 Nursing Education
9 International Nursing Education
10 Advanced Nursing Practice
11 Disaster Nursing
12 Nursing Practice
13 Pediatric Nursing
14 Clinical Nursing
15 Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing
16 Emergency Nursing
17 Environmental Health Nursing
18 Cardiac Nursing
19 Risk Factors in Nursing and Healthcare professionals
20 Cardiac Nursing Management
21 Dental Nursing
22 Health Care Technology
23 Nursing Anesthesia
24 Gerontologic Nursing
25 Palliative care
26 Medical decision making and health economics
27 Nephrology Nursing
28 Neonatal nursing
Nursing Scientific Networks:
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Professor Victor was born in Pennsylvania. She received her Diploma in Nursing from NPW-Pittston School of Nursing and has been licensed as a Registered Nurse since 1985. She is a graduate of Wilkes University, where she received her Bachelors and Masters of Nursing, as well as a Masters in Health Administration and a Master of Arts in Creative Writing.
Victor is board certified in Nursing Professional Development by the American Nursing
Credentialing Center. She hold advanced certification as a Certified Simulation in Healthcare
Educator (CHSE-A) with the Society for Simulation in Healthcare.
Joyce has published in numerous peer-reviewed journals and is the author of You’re Not Dead ‘til I Say You’re Dead” A Nurse’s Reflections on Death, Dying and the Near Death Experience. She has presented at various conferences in the United States and recently, in Barcelona, Spain.
Dr. Victor operates her own business, joyce-victor.com. She offers consulting, educational programming, American Heart Association Basic and Advanced Life Support Courses and mentorship.
2015 – Distinguished Dissertation Award, Duquesne School of Nursing
2010 – Innovations in Education Award (Small School category), American Association of Colleges of Nursing
2009 – O-Hop Family Scholarship Recipient
2002 – Cardiovascular Care Giver of the Year, Luzerne County Chapter, American Heart Association
Emergency Cardiac Care Committee, American Heart Association, Pennsylvania-Delaware-New Jersey Region.
International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL)
Subcommittee for writing and publishing Standards of Best Practice: Simulation Design, INACSL, 2014
Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH)
Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, Zeta Psi and Epsilon Phi Chapters
Reviewer for several peer-reviewed journals, including Nurse Educator
Victor, J. (2017). Improving clinical nursing judgment in pre-licensure nursing students. Journal of Nursing Education. (x):x, xx-xx.
Victor. J. (2017). You’re Not Dead ‘til I Say You’re Dead. Northampton House Press. ISBN 9781937997816. LCCN: 2017942156
Victor, J and Ruppert, W. (2017) Examining Relationships Between Clinical Judgment, Simulation Performance, and Clinical Performance. Nurse Educator, (45)5, 236-239.
Victor-Chmil, J. and Foote, E. (2016). An interprofessional simulation for child abuse reporting. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, (12)3, 69-73.
Victor-Chmil, J. (2015). Prebriefing in simulation-based learning experiences. Nurse Educator, (41)2, 1-2.
Lioce, L. Meakim, C.H., Fey, M.K., Chmil, J.V., Mariani, B, Alinier, G., (2015) STANDARDS OF BEST PRACTICE: Simulation Standard IX: DESIGN. Clinical Simulation in Nursing. July 2015, 309-315.
Victor-Chmil, J., Turk, M., Adamson, K.A., Larew, C. (2015) Effects of an Experiential Learning Simulation Design on Clinical Nursing Judgment Development. Nurse Educator, (40)5, 1-5.
Bolesta, S. and Chmil, J.V. (2014) Interprofessional education among student health professionals using human patient simulation. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 78(5), 94. doi: 10.5688/ajpe78594.
Victor-Chmil, J. and Larew, C. (2013), Psychometric properties of the Lasater Clinical Judgment Rubric. International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship (10)1, 1-8.
Victor-Chmil, J., (2013), Critical Thinking versus Clinical Reasoning versus Clinical Nursing Judgment: Differential Diagnosis. Nurse Educator (38)1, 34-36.