Developing an instrument to measure effective factors on Clinical Learning

@inproceedings{Dadgaran2016DevelopingAI,
  title={Developing an instrument to measure effective factors on Clinical Learning},
  author={Ideh Dadgaran and Mandana Shirazi and Aeen Mohammadi and Ali Ravari},
  booktitle={Journal of advances in medical education & professionalism},
  year={2016}
}
INTRODUCTION Although nursing students spend a large part of their learning period in the clinical environment, clinical learning has not been perceived by its nature yet. To develop an instrument to measure effective factors on clinical learning in nursing students. METHODS This is a mixed methods study performed in 2 steps. First, the researchers defined "clinical learning" in nursing students through qualitative content analysis and designed items of the questionnaire based on semi… CONTINUE READING

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