Students’ perception of the psycho-social clinical learning environment: An evaluation of placement models

@article{Henderson2006StudentsPO,
  title={Students’ perception of the psycho-social clinical learning environment: An evaluation of placement models},
  author={Amanda Henderson and Michelle Twentyman and A. P. G. van Heel and Belinda K Lloyd},
  journal={Nurse education today},
  year={2006},
  volume={26 7},
  pages={564-71}
}
Nursing is a practice based discipline. A supportive environment has been identified as important for the transfer of learning in the clinical context. The aim of the paper was to assess undergraduate nurses' perceptions of the psychosocial characteristics of clinical learning environments within three different clinical placement models. Three hundred and eight-nine undergraduate nursing students rated their perceptions of the psycho-social learning environment using a Clinical Learning… CONTINUE READING

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