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Dr Jennifer Loke

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Jennifer Loke

Lecturer / Programme Director (Dual Award in BSc in Nursing Science)


Caring attributes and preparedness to care: effects of a pre-enrolled nursing certificate programme in Singapore (2014)
Book Chapter
Lee, B. K., Loke, J. C., & Lee, B. (2014). Caring attributes and preparedness to care: effects of a pre-enrolled nursing certificate programme in Singapore. In T. Emerson (Ed.), New developments in nursing education research (1-22). New York, N. Y.: Nova Science Publishers

Background: Caring is a highly complex and abstract concept, and nurturing a caring attribute among individuals for a nursing career is believed to be best introduced at the start of student journey in preparatory courses specifically designed for nu... Read More about Caring attributes and preparedness to care: effects of a pre-enrolled nursing certificate programme in Singapore.

Analysing healthcare professionals' interprofessional learning experiences in an asynchronous text-based environment (2010)
Book Chapter
Loke, J. C., Colquhoun, D., Lee, K. W., & Yeo, A. T. (2010). Analysing healthcare professionals' interprofessional learning experiences in an asynchronous text-based environment. Distance education (1-32). Nova Science Publishers

Information on student online learning experiences from a student perspective is considered by many educational researchers as invaluable indicators of the effectiveness of online modules or programmes. Methods to gather the information are commonly... Read More about Analysing healthcare professionals' interprofessional learning experiences in an asynchronous text-based environment.

Nursing care behaviour in interprofessional learning explained by critical discourse analysis
Book Chapter
Loke, J., & Lee, K. W. Nursing care behaviour in interprofessional learning explained by critical discourse analysis.

Aim: to demonstrate Fairclough’s critical discourse analysis as a way to understand nurse caring behaviour in asynchronous text-based interprofessional online learning within higher education. Background: asynchronous text-based learning experience o... Read More about Nursing care behaviour in interprofessional learning explained by critical discourse analysis.

Evaluating students' perspective of the value of work placements and simulation-based learning as assets for vocational higher education
Book Chapter
Loke, J., & Willmot, P. Evaluating students' perspective of the value of work placements and simulation-based learning as assets for vocational higher education.

Abstract The challenges confronting students in higher education in today’s competitive environments have highlighted the importance for graduating students to feel competent and prepared for practice. In vocational disciplines such as nursing and en... Read More about Evaluating students' perspective of the value of work placements and simulation-based learning as assets for vocational higher education.