Facilitating Positive Attitudes Towards an Innovative Programme for Baccalaureate Nursing Education : SxewHftte ' provK

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  title={Facilitating Positive Attitudes Towards an Innovative Programme for Baccalaureate Nursing Education : SxewHftte ' provK},
  author={SxewHftte 'provK},
  year={2012}
}
  • SxewHftte 'provK
  • Published 2012
A survey of nurse ward leaders under­ standing of, and their attitude to, com­ munity/problem based learning (CPBL) approach adopted for the education of nursing students in the degree pro­ gramme of the University of Natal in Dur­ ban (UND) was conducted. This was with a view to intervening, if necessary, to ensure positive understanding and attitude among the nurse leaders to­ wards the non-traditional CPBL of UND nursing students. It was hypothesised that focused d iscussions, between fac… CONTINUE READING

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