Transitioning to full online teaching during covid-19 crisis: The associate degree nurse faculty experience.”

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<b>Transitioning to full online teaching during covid-19 crisis: The associate degree nurse faculty experience.</b><br><b>Abstract (</b>150-200 words)<br>As the coronavirus crisis escalated, schools of nursing across the country shut down, students were ordered out of healthcare settings to limit exposure and to allow nurses to focus on caring for the sick.<br>The study aimed to explore the experiences of associate degree nursing faculty who transitioned from face-to-face to online teaching during the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic.<br>A descriptive phenomenology study explored the experiences of associate degree nursing faculty. Inductive thematic analysis was performed on the interview data.<br>The findings of the study are presented under six main themes: Stressful/overwhelming, Feeling emotionally and physically exhausted, support, new knowledge and growth under pressure, new opportunities for nursing education, and leadership in times of crisis.<br>To prevent the worsening of the nurse faculty shortage and help educate nurses for the future, nurse educators must be supported and recognized for their work during this period and beyond.<br><b> </b>
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1 - 14
JournalGlobal Qualitative Nursing Research
Volume8
StatePublished - Oct 2021

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