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The relationship between learning styles, stages of self-direction in learning and academic performance in a case-based nursing program.
The Institutes of Nursing in the United Arab Emirates adopted a new approach for educating and training the Diploma Nursing students in 1997. This approach emphasized the use of case-based learning, which was characterized ...
Critical thinking skills development among the diploma nursing students in a case-based curriculum.
Faculty members in many schools of nursing have been urged to include critical thinking in all aspects of the nursing curriculum. The faculty at the Institutes of Nursing in the United Arab Emirates, have adopted in the ...
Responsiveness of nursing education programmes at Lilitha Nursing College to the needs of the Eastern Cape Population.
Background: Reviewed literature revealed a number of responses to the calls to reform nursing education to respond to the priority health needs of the country. The 1997 National Health Care Policy served as the basis for ...
Perceptions of students and nurse educators about teaching and learning in the clinical skills laboratory in Kigali health institute/ Rwanda : an exploratory-descriptive study.
In the past, clinical skills were wholly performed at bedside in which patients were used as teaching aids. The profound change in professional education and health care systems had made this teaching method less effective. ...
An analysis of clinical supervsion [sic] and support for bridging programme students in the clinical settings in the greater Durban area.
The purpose of the study was to describe the nature of clinical supervision and support provided to bridging programme students in the clinical settings. A descriptive and an exploratory design were most appropriate. There ...
Nursing studies self-efficacy and motivation in a case-based learning program.
In 1998 the Institutes of Nursing in the United Arab Emirates adopted a new approach of Case-Based learning in their three year nursing program. This categorical change created a need to examine the development of nursing ...