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Evaluation Strategies for Nurse-Led Education: Combining Spirituality & Prostate Health: Part Three

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In this article, we will examine evaluation strategies for this unique initiative and the application of this model for future nurse-led programs that will support, inspire and give hope to those who are unwilling or unable to cross the thresholds of our healthcare settings.

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Local faith-based communities provide an ideal setting where nurses can use their knowledge, skills, and ‘insider’ power to inform, educate and support those seeking care regarding men’s health needs. In this instalment, we will examine evaluation strategies for this unique initiative and the application of this model for future nurse-led programs that will support, inspire and give hope to those who are unwilling or unable to cross the thresholds of our healthcare settings.

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Judith Paré
Judith Paré joined the Massachusetts Nurses Association (MNA) in May, 2017 as the Director of Nursing Education/Workforce Quality and Safety. In 2014, Judith earned her Doctorate of Philosophy in the field of Nursing Education Capella University. Prior to joining the MNA she was Dean of the School of Nursing & Behavioral Sciences at Becker College in Worcester Massachusetts. She is an experienced educator in academic and continuing education settings. Judith is a member of more than ten professional nursing organisations and she devotes much of her time as an advocate for the Rural Nurse Organisation. Her expertise include curriculum design, assessment and evaluation in nursing and healthcare. Her research areas of expertise in rural healthcare and specifically the lived experiences of the rural nurse generalist. Judith is a published author and a national speaker in the field of rural nursing. Her recent writings includes: Montgomery, S, Sutton A & Paré, J 2017, ‘Rural Nursing & Synergy’, Online Journal of Rural Nursing & Health Care, vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 87-99. http://dx.doi.org/10.14574/ojrnhc.v17i1.431
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Nhlanhla Siyakatshana
21 Aug 2021
I found this informative and useful,
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Karen Lee
23 Sep 2021
It is very good practice and new knowledge for learning.
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Dale Hunt
05 May 2022
Informative.
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Kathryn BRENNAN
23 Aug 2021
I was interested learning
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Natasha Amuimuia
21 Aug 2021
Simple & good points
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Pabitra Rai
27 Aug 2021
Informative
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Marinka Chavez
20 Aug 2021
I believe this is helpful in most Nursing settings as male patients are often reluctant to discuss male health issues with others. The article does provide some strategies to overcome this. It also helps the Nurse to reflect and evaluate on this.
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Dianne Woolmington
15 Aug 2021
I found all the informative given relevant and interesting.
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Melinda Kelly-Hamilton
03 Sep 2021
Interesting
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Soibi Warmate
08 Sep 2021
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