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Merely passing in exams is not enough for students nowadays. Everyone wants to secure good grades, and so students preparing for an exam are often under a lot of pressure. Test anxiety is a common phenomenon …

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Articles by Sahreen Bhanji

Sahreen Malik Bhanji, BScN 2010 from the Aga Khan University School of Midwifery and Nursing, Pakistan, where she is now pusuing MScN. She worked as a registered nurse at the medical surgical ward for two years at the Aga Khan University Hospital Karachi, Pakistan. Sahreen can be reached at [email protected]

Teaching Strategies: Using Feedback to Promote Learning

July 11, 2014 – 10:33 PM |

The decision to take up education practicum was a long awaited dream. I always wanted to and thought myself in an educator’s role. May be that I got inbuilt skills and an itch to convey …

Reflections: Learning to Teach Undergraduate Nursing Students

July 6, 2014 – 10:59 PM |

This reflection is yet another chance for me to improve my philosophy of education. Last week I got this opportunity to conduct a session for the undergraduate nursing students as part of my objectives of …

Dealing with Difficult Students: A Psychological Approach

June 30, 2014 – 6:58 PM |

Introduction/ Scenario
The scenario that instigated me to reflect on was when I was observing my preceptor during her session with the graduate students. It was a four hours session and I noticed that one of …

Depression: An Impediment in the Path of Healing through Spirituality

June 17, 2014 – 1:03 AM |

Manwell (2005) defines depression as “a disorder of mood, so mysteriously painful and elusive in the way it becomes known to the self—to the mediating intellect—as to verge close to being beyond description. Thus it …

When There’s No Way Out: The Importance of Caring for the Caretakers

May 29, 2014 – 8:08 AM |

Good Wishes in form of prayers like “God bless you with a healthy wealthy life” at a point portrays no co-ordination but it’s very true that without good health life cannot be enjoyed. Any kind …

In Perspective: Implications of Using Physical Restraints in Clinical Settings

January 22, 2014 – 7:40 PM |

This argumentative essay is directed toward the healthcare professionals and especially the nurses who are most of the time in contact with the patients and are better aware of their needs and feelings. Based on …