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College of Nursing Journal Club: How to Participate

College of Nursing Journal Club

What is the College of Nursing Journal Club? 

  • The purpose of the College of Nursing Journal Club is to promote a spirit of inquiry by facilitating the reading, presentation and discussion of journal articles with relevance to nursing practice.    

  • Meetings will generally be held the first Monday of each month from 12-12:50 p.m. and will consist of:

    • Presentations of 2-3 peer-reviewed articles following a set theme

    • Time will be reserved for discussion following each article presentation 

Who can participate? 

  • UToledo College of Nursing students, faculty and staff

How can I present an article? 

  • Email eileen.walsh@utoledo.edu and jodi.jameson@utoledo.edu with your idea

  • Eileen Walsh and Jodi Jameson will contact you to confirm your presentation

Article presentations should include:

  • Background (purpose, aim, hypothesis, research question, etc.)
  • Methodology/Study Design
  • Results
  • Implications for Practice

Journal Articles for Discussion at Upcoming Meetings

Steps to access full-text articles remotely

  1. Sign-in to myUT: myut.utoledo.edu 
  2. Click on the article title links below to access articles 
  3. Then, click on the options to access full-text (i.e. FindIt@UT or PDF Full-Text) 

Need help?  Contact Jodi Jameson (jodi.jameson@utoledo.edu | 419.383.5152)

Social Media in Nursing Education

Presented by professor Carolyn Lee: 

Duke, V. J. A., Anstey, A., Carter, S., Gosse, N., Hutchens, K. M., & Marsh, J. A. (2017). Social media in nurse education: Utilization and e-professionalismNurse Education Today57, 8–13. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2017.06.009

Gunberg Ross, J., & Myers, S. M. (2017). The current use of social media in undergraduate nursing education: A review of the literatureCIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing35(7), 338–343. https://doi.org/10.1097/CIN.0000000000000342