Doug Cruickshank

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This paper describes how a nursing programme that is underpinned by the ideology of critical social theory used the medium of drawing to allow students to express learning that occurred on their clinical placement. The drawings were then examined to identify the different forms of knowing that the students depicted. It was found that students could(More)
The clinical experience component of university based nursing courses has often attracted criticism from students, faculty and clinical agency staff. One way of addressing these difficulties is for stakeholders to engage in open and consistent dialogue. To this end, faculty from the School of Nursing at Griffith University (Gold Coast) initiated a trial of(More)
The process of action research is explored within a surgical ward of a public hospital. The process was conducted with the staff of the ward in the spirit of participation. The principles of action research and the action research spiral underpinned the process. The methodology utilised group meetings, individual interviews and questionnaires. Observations(More)
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