The nursing and medical students motivation to attain knowledge.

  title={The nursing and medical students motivation to attain knowledge.},
  author={M. Bengtsson and B. Ohlsson},
  journal={Nurse education today},
  volume={30 2},
  • M. Bengtsson, B. Ohlsson
  • Published 2010
  • Medicine
  • Nurse education today
  • OBJECTIVES The aim was to gather information regarding what students consider important for their motivation to attain knowledge, in order to shape courses that foster this motivation. METHOD A qualitative design comprising focus groups including 31 nursing and medical students for interviews, semi-structured questions, and content analysis was utilized. RESULT The students thought it was important to coordinate more superficial knowledge with learning in depth, and to apply the theoretical… CONTINUE READING
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