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Intuition as a function of the expert nurse : a critique of Benner ' s novice to expert model

  title={Intuition as a function of the expert nurse : a critique of Benner ' s novice to expert model},
  author={MA IanEngbsh},
ENGLISH I (1993) Joumal of Advanced Nursmg 18, 2>&7-393 InhuUon as a function of the expert nurse: a critique of Benner's novice to expert model Bermer's model of skill acquisition is currently receiving considerable mterest from nurse educationalists, and promises to form the basis for some cumcula offered by colleagues of nurse education This paper debates the 'novice to expert' model and seeks to explain exactly what an 'expert' is The Bermer model proposes that one component of expertise is… 


Tacit nursing knowledge: an untapped resource or a methodological headache?
In the first part of this paper, various writers on the subject of expert, tacit knowledge are discussed and the implications of expert knowledge for nursing research are examined.
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A model combining the stages of PREPP and Benner is suggested here and it is suggested that this model should be combined with the Dreyfus skill acquisition model.
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