Nursing Students' Contextual Perspectives in a Computer-Aided Simulated Environment: A Case Study

Nursing Students' Contextual Perspectives in a Computer-Aided Simulated Environment: A Case Study

We are happy to report that the CEITR's Dissertation to Publication Individual Support Program contributed to publication aspirations of a 2019 College of Doctoral Studies DHA alumna. 
 
Dr. Cheryl Udensi completed her dissertation research in Healthcare Administration in November 2019 and wanted to publish before beginning a new position in January 2020.  On December 31, 2019, Dr. Udensi, Dr. Irene Chen, Dr. Louise Underdahl (CEITR Research Fellow), and Dr. LauraAnn Migliore co-authored and submitted "Nursing Students' Contextual Perspectives in a Computer-Aided Simulated Environment:  A Case Study" to Nurse Education in Practice for peer review. 
 
University of Phoenix alumni, students, and faculty are encouraged to consider CEITR's Dissertation to Publication programs as a venue to achieve publication aspirations:
  • The "Individual Support" program is appropriate for the participants who are self-disciplined, well informed about how to write a manuscript, and prefer to develop the manuscript based on their own pace.
  • The "Dissertation to Publication" workshop is appropriate for novice authors who are interested in learning about how to write a journal manuscript and need structure and timelines to complete/submit their papers to the journals. 

Questions?  Contact EducationalTechnology@phoenix.edu 

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