The contribution of the clinical nurse instructor to the development of critical thinking skills of the student nurse in Namibia : research

  title={The contribution of the clinical nurse instructor to the development of critical thinking skills of the student nurse in Namibia : research},
  author={Agnes van Dyk and Karien Jooste and Luis Small and Louise Pretorius},
  journal={Health Sa Gesondheid},
A quantitative, non-experimental and exploratory study was undertaken to determine the contribution by the clinical nurse instructor to develop critical thinking skills of student nurses in Namibia. Opsomming ‘n Kwantitatiewe nie-eksperimentele en verkennende studie is onderneem om te bepaal wat die bydrae van die kliniese verpleeginstrukteur is om kritiese denke by die studentverpleegkundige in Namibie te ontwikkel. *Please note: This is a reduced version of the abstract. Please refer… 

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