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 firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com with your idea
Eileen Walsh and Jodi Jameson will contact you to confirm your presentation
Article presentations should include:
Steps to access full-text articles remotely
Need help? Contact Jodi Jameson (firstname.lastname@example.org | 419.383.5152)
Dr. Linda Lewin, Ph.D., PMHCNS-BC
Hornor, G., Quinones, S. G., Bretl, D., Courtney, A. B., Herendeen, P. A., Lewin, L., Loyke, J. A., Morris, K., Schapiro, N. A., & Williams, S. (2019). Commercial sexual exploitation of children: An update for the forensic nurse. Journal of Forensic Nursing, 15(2), 93–102.
Dr. Colleen Taylor, Ph. D., M.S.N., FNP-BC
Leigh, L., Taylor, C., Glassman, T., Thompson, A., & Sheu, J.-J. (2020). A cross-sectional examination of the factors related to emergency nurses’ motivation to protect themselves against an Ebola infection. JEN: Journal of Emergency Nursing, 46(6), 814–826.