Queen, J. Allen

UNCC

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Comparison of the effectiveness of traditional nursing medication administration with the Color Coding Kids system in a sample of undergraduate nursing students 2009 909 The problem of medication errors in hospitals and the vulnerability of pediatric patients to adverse drug events (ADE) was investigated and well substantiated. The estimated additional cost of inpatient care for ADE’s in the hospital setting alone wa...
ACADEMIC AND SOCIAL INTEGRATION OF THE NON-TRADITIONAL COLLEGE STUDENT: DOES ENGAGEMENT AFFECT RETENTION? 2013 3203 For years, educators from colleges and universities across the country have searched for ways to improve student engagement and increase retention. Changing demographics, decreasing enrollments and greater public demands have created unique challenge...
K-12 principals' perceptions of state and local wellness policies 2014 37 The prevalence of obesity and a high probability of an increased medical and financial toll have prompted local, state and federal policy makers to enact wellness legislation and related policy. Over the past twenty years, policy dedicated to address...
PREDICTORS OF OPINIONS OF K-12 HIGH AND LOW BMI STATE PRINCIPALS WITH VARYING DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS IN THE ROLE AS INSTRUCTIONAL CATALYST FOR THE PREVENTION OF CHILDHOOD OBESITY 2014 386 The researcher’s purpose in the study was to examine the predictors of the opinions, attitudes or beliefs of K-12 high and low BMI state principals from varying demographic factors by serving in the role as instructional catalyst by leading classroom...
INSTRUCTIONAL RELATIONSHIPS AND PREDICTORS FOR EIGHTH GRADE STUDENT ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AS MEASURED BY THE NORTH CAROLINA END OF GRADE COMPREHENSIVE READING SCORES TO THE NUMBER OF VISUAL ARTS CLASSES COMPLETED DURING MIDDLE SCHOOL 2014 165 The purpose of the researcher was to test for any significant relationships existing among the physical number of visual arts courses completed by 8th grade students during the middle school years to the actual academic performance as measured by the...