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    • An approach to defining and operationalizing critical thinking 

      Jacobs, Phyllis M.; Ott, B.; Sullivan, B.; Ulrich, Y.; Short, L. (Slack, 1997-01)
      The faculty in a midwestern university confronted the imperative to define and measure critical thinking in the nursing undergraduate curriculum. Theoretical and operational definitions were developed by faculty through ...
    • Curriculum evaluation. Who, when, why, how? 

      Jacobs, Phyllis M.; Koehn, Mary L. (National League for Nursing, 2004-01)
      The faculty of a large, Midwestern, public university implemented a community-based baccalaureate curriculum to prepare students for the changing health care environment. Evaluation was planned as the curriculum was ...
    • Identification and support of at-risk students using a case management model 

      Elder, Betty L.; Jacobs, Phyllis M.; Fast, Yvonne J. (Elsevier B.V., 2015-05)
      This study evaluated a program to identify and support students at risk for failure in nursing courses or NCLEX-RN. A case management model (CMM) was implemented to provide assessment of and support for 183 bachelor of ...
    • Implementing a standardized testing program: preparing students for the NCLEX-RN 

      Jacobs, Phyllis M.; Koehn, Mary L. (W.B. Saunders, 2006-11)
      The undergraduate nursing faculty of a large Midwestern university initiated a program of standardized computerized testing for two purposes: to provide students experience with standardized computerized testing prior to ...