Lewallen, Lynne

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The experience of antenatal hospitalization among high-risk pregnant women 2019 60 Pregnancy is a multi-dimensional experience that affects a woman physically, psychologically, and socially, in which hopes and expectations for the pregnancy and becoming a mother are developed. However, when women experience a high-risk pregnancy, t...
Acculturating into nursing: the lived experiences of Hispanic/Latinx baccalaureate nursing students 2019 196 The purpose of this study was to describe the lived experiences of Hispanic / Latinx nursing students as they acculturate into the profession of nursing. In addition, this study sought to describe differences in experiences of Hispanic / Latinx nursi...
Perceived Genetic Knowledge of Pre-licensure Nursing Students 2008 1990 The purpose of this study was to assess the knowledge base of nursing students regarding the topic of genetics and how this may change as a student progresses through the nursing program. A 70 item multiple-choice and dichotomous survey was given to ...
An exploration of registered nurse preparation for safe medication management 2017 771 This descriptive study examined the perceptions of new graduate registered nurses (RNs) about medication error identification, causes, and reporting; as well as the nursing education and workplace orientation experiences they believed prepared them t...
Workplace incivility and its effects on nursing faculty 2019 65 Ninety-eight percent of employees have experienced incivility in their workplace, and nursing faculty in academic nursing education are not immune. Workplace incivility is a low-intensity, deviant interaction between two parties that has negative imp...
An exploration of discourses of NICU nurses caring for infants with symptoms of a substance-exposed pregnancy 2020 20 The opioid crisis continues to worsen nationally and has affected women who are pregnant and parenting across the nation. Mothers living in the southeast United States and rural areas have been disproportionally affected and experience multiple barri...
Infant feeding attitudes, feeding method choice and breastfeeding initiation among African American and Caucasian women 2011 12165 The primary purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between race and infant feeding attitude on the decision to breastfeed and breastfeeding initiation in African American and Caucasian women. The secondary purpose of this study was to ...
Parent education needs of infants with complex life-threatening illnesses 2013 1728 Infant morbidity and mortality continues to be a significant problem in the U. S. Preterm birth and/or low birth weight and congenital anomalies are primary causes of infant morbidity and mortality. Analysis of an existing study was done on data from...
Social support, coping, stress, and intent to persist in nurse anesthesia students 2015 905 Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) are a specialty nursing group providing anesthesia for millions of rural Americans and are essential to the health care system. Seeking this career is stressful, and there are potential negative consequ...
The experiences of nurses who care for patients with lung cancer 2018 507 The purpose of this study was to convey the experiences of nurses who care for or have cared for patients with lung cancer in different settings and to discover how these experiences relate to the stigma associated with lung cancer. The study was con...
The transition experience of the certified registered nurse anesthetist from clinical expert to novice educator 2020 19 American nursing programs have cited faculty shortages as the primary reason for turning away qualified applicants, with the greatest number of faculty vacancies noted in graduate programs. The shortage of qualified nursing faculty can be connected t...