Esther Vallance - Professional Supervision & Nursing Education

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Excellence in praxis

Esther Vallance

ESTHER VALLANCE
RN BN MA (Hons) Cert Adult Tchg


Esther Vallance

PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS

Publications

Vallance, E. (2009). The benefits of Professional Supervision. Kai Tiaki, 15(5), 3.

Vallance, E. (2005). Book Review: Developing scenario-based learning: Practical insights for tertiary educators. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand, 21(1), 53.

Vallance, E. (2003). ‘Navigating through’: A Grounded theory of the development of ethical practice in  undergraduate nurses. Palmerston North: Massey University.

Vallance, E., & Scott, S. (2003). A critique of problem-based learning in nursing education and the contribution it can make to beginning nursing practice: Part two. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand, 19(3), 40-49.

Vallance, E., & Scott, S. (2003). A critique of problem-based learning in nursing education and the contribution it make to beginning nursing practice: Part one. Nursing Praxis in
 New Zealand, 19(2), 41-51.

Vallance, E. (2002). An ethical position on the administration of pain relief to a dying patient. Beginning Journeys – A collection of work, 7, 37-43.

Brasell-Brian, R., & Vallance, E. (2002). Clinical practice/education exchange: Bridging the theory-practice gap. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand, 18(1), 17-26.

Brassell-Brian, R., & Vallance, E. (2000). Clinical practice/education exchange nursing narrative. Beginning Journeys – A collection of work, 6, 14-17.

Vallance, E. (1997). An ethico-legal dimension of nursing. Beginning Journeys – A collection of work, 3, 30-34.

Vallance, E. (1995). Advocacy. Beginning Journeys – A collection of work. 1, 39-40.

Presentations

Co-presented: Clinical Practice/Education Exchange: A creative and dynamic way to bridge the theory-practice gap”, Australian Nurse Teachers’ Society Conference, Sydney, 2001.

Masters Thesis

‘Navigating through’: A grounded theory of the development of ethical practice in undergraduate nurses.

Thesis primarily focuses on the nurse as a role model and advocate for patients’ quality of life in the clinical decision-making and professional team practice of the multidisciplinary health care team.


Esther Vallance | Email: esther@professionalsupervision.co.nz | Phone: 027 223 1310
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