Experienced registered nurses' satisfaction with using self-learning modules versus traditional lecture/discussion to achieve competency goals during hospital orientation.

@article{Carcich2007ExperiencedRN,
  title={Experienced registered nurses' satisfaction with using self-learning modules versus traditional lecture/discussion to achieve competency goals during hospital orientation.},
  author={Grace M Carcich and Karen R Rafti},
  journal={Journal for nurses in staff development : JNSD : official journal of the National Nursing Staff Development Organization},
  year={2007},
  volume={23 5},
  pages={214-20; quiz 221-2}
}
Staff development educators are challenged with various levels of experience and learning styles among newly hired registered nurses in a hospital orientation group. This diversity forces the educator to use various teaching strategies to meet the learning needs of the group. This study investigated the experienced registered nurses' satisfaction with using self-learning modules versus traditional lecture/discussion methods during the nursing orientation process. The results revealed that… CONTINUE READING

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