Gamification in nursing jurisprudence
MetadataShow full item record
A Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) understanding of regulation and standards of practice as it informs their practice, is vital to assuring public safety. The College of Licensed Practical Nurses of British Columbia (CLPNBC), along with other nursing regulatory bodies were tasked by their relative governments to design a jurisprudence education program as part of a quality assurance initiative. The CLPNBC jurisprudence pilot program used gamified learning to teach LPNs about jurisprudence and potentially influence change in their attitude and behaviors. To explore previous research and guide this research, the theoretical frameworks of gamification in learning and engagement in gamification were used. Through Evaluation Research, the Jurisprudence Pilot Project (JPP) was analyzed to determine whether LPNs identified any influence to change their attitudes and behaviours regarding how jurisprudence informs their practice. The use of gamified education is a new concept for nursing regulators in Canada, and this research draws conclusions and provides a set of recommendations for moving forward regarding engagement in the gamified education and the ability to change attitudes and behaviours related to jurisprudence education.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
How connectivity motivates behaviour change : gamification as an effective social media platform for BC QuitNow Services Brown, Jami Lynne (2014-07-23)Helping male tobacco users quit tobacco use by providing novel ways to engage with them has been a long and difficult process for tobacco cessation services such as BC QuitNow. With the explosion of technology in today's ...
Vogel, Kristen D. (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2018)This project incorporated the core competencies of critical thinking, communication, positive personal and cultural identity in the redesigned BC curriculum through the vehicle of decisionmaking. Decision-making based on ...
Wilson, Carla M. (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2015)Despite the fact that much literature heralds student engagement as an essential component to improve learning and increase course completion rates, confusion persists on how to accomplish this in an e-learning environment. ...