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  • H Arthur
  • International journal of nursing studies
  • 1995
Skill in self-evaluation is necessary for life-long learning, for competent performances--in short, for professional practice in the health sciences. In addition, self-evaluation skills can be learned and can be taught, although they are not now purposefully taught in most programs. There is research evidence that self-evaluation is more useful for learners(More)
Curriculum planning in the health sciences is becoming increasingly complex due to rapid societal change and scientific discovery. The half-life of most curricula is 5 years, which necessitates a periodic close examination and revision of both content and process. For nursing faculty, this exercise is often viewed as an arduous one and traditionally can(More)
The death of Dr. Benham, in his fiftieth year, on September 14th, 1904, has given rise to much regret throughout a large circle of medical, civic, masonic, and other friends and patients. He had been Medical Superintendent of the City and County Asylum at Stapleton for more than fourteen years, and previously was Assistant Medical Officer for a long period.(More)
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