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Robin Bartlett

**Education: BSN and MSN, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro; PhD, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. **Research interests include: problem behaviors in children and adolescents, risk and protection, interventions to help children with AD/HD and other behavior problems, and OPT teaching methodology.

There are 7 included publications by Robin Bartlett :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Enclosed Versus Open Nursing Stations in Adult Acute Care Psychiatric Settings: Does the Design Affect the Therapeutic Milieu? 2012 248 Specific efforts by hospital accreditation organizations encourage renovation of nursing stations, so nurses can better see, attend, and care for their patients. The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of nursing station design on the the...
Evaluation of the Outcome-Present State Test Model as a Way to Teach Clinical Reasoning 2008 2917 The Outcome-Present State Test (OPT) Model of Clinical Reasoning is a nursing process model designed to help students develop clinical reasoning skills. Although many nurse educators are using the OPT model as a teaching strategy, few are formally ev...
Feasibility and Initial Efficacy Testing of an HIV Prevention Intervention for Black Adolescent Girls 2010 172 HIV is disproportionately prevalent among Blacks. Black women most often contract HIV from having risky sex, and adolescence is a time when risky sex behaviors peak. This study tested the feasibility and initial efficacy of an intervention designed t...
I have always felt different:The experience of childhood AD/HD 2008 974 Childhood attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is one of the most important psychiatric problems of our time. This study examined the experience of childhood ADHD within the contexts that are most significant to this age group—home, school...
Implementation and Testing of the OPT Model as a Teaching Strategy in an Undergraduate Nursing Course 2009 1994 To prepare nurses to use rapidly advancing technology, deal with complex change, and employ highlevel thinking and sound reasoning skills in today’s complex health care culture (Simpson & Courtney, 2002), critical thinking skills are needed. In fact,...
Perspectives of College Students on their Childhood ADHD 2010 444 Purpose: To determine what successful young adults perceive was helpful to them when they were struggling with their attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) symptoms as children. Study Design and Methods: Sixteen young adult college students...
Visual tracking strategies to move scholarship forward. 2008 411 Moving from the doctoral student role to the faculty member role is a challenging transition. Strategies that motivate and help keep scholarship moving forward can be invaluable in helping make the transition successful. The authors discuss 2 visual ...