The Nursing Student Retention Toolkit (Sample)

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The Nursing Student Retention Toolkit (Sample)

SKU# 9780826199553P

Author: , Marianne R. Jeffreys EdD, RN


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The Nursing Student Retention Toolkit contains a comprehensive set of hands-on resources for designing, implementing and evaluating student retention and success strategies. To be used in conjunction with Nursing Student Retention: Understanding the Process and Making a Difference, the toolkit can be used by educators, administrators, and researchers, and is appropriate for all undergraduate levels and settings, including diploma, ADN, BS, RN-BS, and accelerated BS programs.

Toolkit items include ten questionnaires, a questionnaire-coding page for respondent anonymity, a conceptual model, two illustrated pathways, six assessment tools, and ten faculty-interactive retention strategy design modules. The toolkit also includes ready-to-use materials for:

  • Recognizing factors that restrict or support retention
  • Identifying and assisting at-risk students
  • Designing individualized, holistic strategies for diverse learners
  • Implementing culturally competent teaching and advisement
  • Fostering professional development
  • Creating an inclusive environment
  • Applying tools and strategies to make a positive difference in student lives
  • Evaluating strategy outcomes

A unique, one-stop resource, this toolkit can help revitalize your teaching career, benefit your students, and enhance nursing student retention and success at your institution.

Product Details 

  • Publication Date March 01, 2012
  • Page Count N/A
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  • ISBN 13 9780826199553P

About The Author(s) 

Marianne R. Jeffreys, EdD, RN, is a professor of nursing at The City University of New York College of Staten Island. She received a BS in nursing from the State University of New York College at Plattsburgh, an MA and MEd in nursing education/professorial role from Teachers College, Columbia University, and an EdD in nursing education/nurse executive from Teachers College, Columbia University. As award recipient, Dr. Jeffreys received the AJN Book of the Year for the first edition of Teaching Cultural Competence in Nursing and Health Care and, in 2003, the Leininger Award for Excellence in Transcultural Nursing (Transcultural Nursing Society). She is also the author of Nursing Student Retention: Understanding the Process and Making a Difference (Springer, 2004) and 30 papers in professional journals. Her career includes a 20-year tenure teaching in ADN, RN-BSN, MSN and DNS programs, with consultations on all types of degree programs nationwide, and as an RN in various clinical settings for 9 years. She designed and teaches the "Advanced Certificate Program in Cultural Competence," at CUNY, Staten Island.