Supporting students in practice: An exploration of reflective groups as a means of support.

@article{Manning2009SupportingSI,
  title={Supporting students in practice: An exploration of reflective groups as a means of support.},
  author={Anne Manning and Patricia Cronin and Angela Monaghan and Karen Rawlings-Anderson},
  journal={Nurse education in practice},
  year={2009},
  volume={9 3},
  pages={176-83}
}
Evidence suggests that student nurses need to share their personal responses to practice by describing their feelings and experiences. These experiences are often accompanied by a degree of stress. Whilst reflection may enhance students' learning in practice there is little evidence to support the degree of support they may obtain from this process. The study considered the use of reflective groups for adult branch pre-registration students whilst they were undertaking clinical placements… CONTINUE READING

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