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Doing Action Research In Your Own Organization, 2nd edn.
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Action research: politics, ethics and participation.
AIM This paper contributes to an understanding of the political and ethical aspects of action research (AR). BACKGROUND Action research is growing in popularity in nursing and health care as aExpand
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A systematic review of placement-related attrition in nurse education.
BACKGROUND Attrition in nurse education is a worldwide issue. Clinical placements form a major part of nurse education and have an important role in students' perceptions of nursing. Student nursesExpand
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Supporting students in practice.
This article reports a project aiming to assess the effectiveness of clinical nurses employed in support roles for students in clinical practice in one UK higher education institution and its linkedExpand
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Managing capacity issues in clinical placements for pre-registration nurses.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES To explore influences on decision-making concerning placement capacity planning for supporting nursing students in clinical placements. The research questions were: * How areExpand
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Supporting learners in clinical practice: capacity issues.
AIM The aim of this paper is to report a study exploring, from the perspective of key stakeholders (mentors of nurses, managers of nurses, and modern matrons) in one English acute sector hospital,Expand
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The Sage Dictionary of Social Research Methods
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A systematic review of factors that act as barriers to patient referral to genetic services
Patients who might benefit from genetic services may be denied access through failure to be referred. To investigate the evidence on barriers to referral to genetic services, we conducted aExpand
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Vocation, Friendship and Resilience: A Study Exploring Nursing Student and Staff Views on Retention and Attrition
Introduction: There is international concern about retention of student nurses on undergraduate programmes. United Kingdom Higher Education Institutions are monitored on their attrition statisticsExpand
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