The National Nurses United (NNU) has created an app for nursing students to ask questions and talk about their lives in the nursing profession.
The app is called NLP: Conversations in Nursing and it is being developed for nursing programs in four nursing schools across the country.”NLP is a great way for nursing educators to engage with students and get to know them,” said Shannon Jones, NNU Vice President of Programs and Services.
“We want students to feel comfortable asking questions, talking about their struggles, and expressing their views and opinions.
It’s also a great tool to get them excited about what they’re learning in nursing.”
Jones said NLP has been downloaded over 20,000 times, and it has helped nursing students feel more comfortable talking about things they’ve learned and their experiences with nursing.
Jones said that NLP will allow nursing students who have never spoken to a human being before to express their feelings through a simple, interactive, and nonverbal medium.
“It will be a great platform to learn how to communicate, and how to work together in an efficient and productive manner,” she said.NLP will also allow students to learn about the different types of communication that can be done through a computer, including direct communication, conversation, video and text.
It will also be a way for students to interact with other students, staff and other staff members, including with faculty, nurses, and social workers.
“The way we’re trying to approach this is through a very direct and nonverbally-based approach, and that’s where we’ll get into the language, and use words,” said Jones.
“It’s not going to be as effective as talking to people face to face, but it will give you an understanding of how communication works.”NLP allows students to create a personal timeline of their lives through video and photos.
Jones said the app will also help nursing students understand their peers’ emotions.
“This is a good way for them to connect with their peers and their peers to see how their lives are different,” Jones said.
Jones added that NLLP will be used by nursing students from kindergarten through senior year to give students a sense of what it means to be a nursing student.
“When you are in nursing school you are going to go through a lot of challenges,” she explained.
“NLP helps you understand what the challenges are so you can prepare for the future.”
Jones also said that the app can be used to help nursing staff make sense of the nursing student’s emotions and their own needs.
“What we are trying to do with the app is make it so you don’t feel like you’re being manipulated or controlled,” she added.
“You can ask questions, talk about your life in the profession, and you can find the answers.
We hope it will really help people to understand that they are not in control.”
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