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Wednesday, June 22 • 16:45 - 18:00
POSTER.54 - Student Transition from College to University: Using a Pre-Interview Activity for the Recall and Reflection of Experience

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Life is a series of transitions and an inevitable human experience; therefore a phenomenon of interest to researchers from a wide variety of fields. The purpose of this exploratory case study is to add to what is known about transitions in nursing education for students, specifically those who begin at the college site of a collaborative baccalaureate program. By uncovering the experience of students, academics can deepen their understanding of the complexity of student transition, enabling the development of strategies to support student success, program completion, and graduation. This presentation will focus on the use of a pre-interview activity in the data collection and analysis phases of the study. This activity offered participants another way to reflect upon and recall their experience of transition from college to university, providing the participant and the researcher opportunities to deepen their understanding of a complex phenomenon.

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Mary Anne Krahn

Mary Anne Krahn is a Registered Nurse with a clinical background in paediatric nursing and broad range of experience in nursing education. She is the Program Chair in the School of Nursing at Fanshawe College in London, Ontario and a doctoral student in the Faculty of Education at Western University.

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Melody Viczko

Melody Viczko is an Assistant Professor in Critical Policy, Equity and Leadership Studies at Western University, Canada. Her research reflects broad interests in education policy analysis and multi-scalar governance. She engages qualitative approaches to research with a fascination for studying how actors assemble around policies and how policies are enacted through these assemblages.


Wednesday June 22, 2016 16:45 - 18:00
Atrium, Physics & Astronomy Building Western University

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