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Developing a service user facilitated, interactive case study--a reflective and evaluative account of a teaching method.
This article describes the development and ongoing evaluation of a method of service user facilitated case study in health and social care education in a UK University. An action research approach (Norton 2009) has been used in which the aim of the work is to improve personal practic...
Communication styles of undergraduate health students.
These results show a preference for communicator styles which are facilitative of a client-centred approach, empathetic, and positive with interpersonal relationships. The lack of significant difference in communicator styles by year level further suggests that people disposed to such communicator s...
Nursing students' perceived knowledge and attitude towards genetics.
The purpose of this study was to assess the knowledge base of nursing students regarding the topic of genetics and how this may change as a student progresses through the nursing program. A 70 item multiple-choice and dichotomous survey was given to freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior nursing stu...
The effect of voluntariness on the acceptance of e-learning by nursing students.
We hypothesized that voluntariness moderates the effect of perceived attributes of innovations (e.g. relative advantage, compatibility, complexity, trialability, and observability), which determines the acceptance of e-learning. To test the hypothesis a survey involving two groups of nursing student...
Qualifying from the pre-registration nurse diploma course: the demand for career guidance.
A previous paper in Nurse Education Today [Marsland, L. (1996) Career guidance for student nurses: an unmet need, Vol. 16, No. 1, p. 10] presented research about career guidance received during nurse education by 1015 Registered General Nurses (RGNs) who qualified in 1990/1991. The f...
A response to Martin Johnson's editorial "Research ethics and education: a consequentialist view".
Assessment of clinical skills: a new approach to an old problem.
The changed nature of clinical placements, with shorter in-patient episodes and staff in clinical areas carrying increasingly high workloads, has prompted changes in the teaching learning and assessment of clinical skills. The 'Bart's Nursing OSCE' is an innovative approach to the assessment of clin...
'Being there': learning through active participation.
Students engagement in learning is predicated not only on interest but on the perception of relevance to their needs. A hermeneutic interpretation of narrative student evaluation data from an introduction to nursing lecture course that was taught by means of a practice-based phenomenological approac...
Professional ethnocentrism and shared learning.
Implementing a system of structured clinical supervision with a group of DipHE(nursing) RMN students.
Clinical supervision is to become an integral part of mental health nursing, and the United Kingdom Central Council for Nursing, Midwifery & Health Visiting has recommended that it be incorporated in pre-registration education. This paper describes teachers' experiences of delivering a programme of...