Below are theses and dissertations completed by graduates of the University of Nevada Las Vegas School of Nursing.

For the entire collection of UNLV theses and dissertations, visit UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones

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Theses/Dissertations from 2016

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Implementation of the Obesity Prevention and Management (OPM) Guideline to Increase Recognition and Treatment of Childhood Overweight and Obesity in an Urgent Care Setting, Krystle Denise Apodaca

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Standardization of Military Rapid Response Teams, Kristine Patricia Broger

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Nursing Students’ Nonacademic Barriers to Success on High Stakes Exams, Jennifer Bussen Bussen

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The Impact of Nursing Crew Resource Management Training on the Patient Safety Self-Efficacy of Nursing Students, Deanne Marie Donaway

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Self-Efficacy in Situation Background Assessment and Recommendation Communication Using Information Technology in Baccalaureate Nursing, Kelly Etcheberry Espinoza

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Understanding the Preparation and Support Needed for Undergraduate Clinical Faculty, Sara Mcpherson

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Developing Registered Nurse Competency in Diabetes Care, Elizabeth Ortiz

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Delirium Education Program for Critical Care Nurses: A Mixed Methods Study, Meredith Padilla Padilla

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The Relationship Between Clinical Teaching Models and Perceived Clinical Self-Efficacy and Attitude Toward Team Process, Christina H. Plemmons

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Identifying Learning Acquired During Debriefing, Shelly J. Reed

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Cultural Competence of Nurse Practitioners: Providing Care for Gay and Lesbian Clients, Paul Steven Smith

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Student Motivation, Stressors, and Intent to Leave a Nursing PhD or DNP Program: A National Study Using Path Analysis, Delene Renee Volkert

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Eight Steps to Weight Loss: Development of an Evidence-Based Collaborative Provider-Patient Workbook for Overweight or Obese Adults, Katherine Ann Wagner

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Developing Therapeutic Communication Skills: Integration of Standardized Client Simulation in an Associate Degree Nursing Program, Kristine Weber and Timothy Farrell

Theses/Dissertations from 2015

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Nurse Managers' Hiring Selection of Newly Licensed RNs: A Grounded Theory Approach, Susan Adamek

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Increasing Comfort With End-of-Life Discussions, Theresa Catherine Berton

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The Lived Experience of Registered Nurses with Substance Use Disorder who complete an Alternative to Discipline Program through a state board of nursing, Susan Melanie Ervin

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Intraprofessional Nursing Communication and Collaboration: APN-RN-Patient Bedside Rounding, Rita M. Herm-Barabasz

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Evaluating A Novel Approach for Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patient Education: Modified Team -~ Based Learning, Corine Belle Lazaro

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Survival of the Fittest: The Role of Linguistic Modification in Nursing Education, Brenda Strauch Moore

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The Impact of Shift Work on Diabetes Self-management Activities, Daniel Navarro

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An Evidence Based Approach to Sepsis: Educational Program, Dolores Perez

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The Lived Experience of Nurses Working in a Modified Therapeutic Community, Victoria Lynn Plagenz

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The voices of the people: Lower Sioux Indian Community members speak out on what they need and want in a primary health care clinic on the reservation, Darin Michael Prescott

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Partnering with the community for establishment of alternate care sites during disasters or emergencies: A staff training matrix, Jean Marie Roberts

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Improving Transitions of Care in the Perioperative Setting, Brian Wayne Selig

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The Predictors of Cultural Competence in the Baccalaureate Degree Nursing Curriculum: Implications for Nursing Education, Angela Elizabeth Silvestri-Elmore

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The Effects of the HCAHPS Learning Module on Undergraduate Nursing Students During the Simulated Hospital Day, Ronnie C. Stout