The use of Delphi and Nominal Group Technique in nursing education: A review.

  title={The use of Delphi and Nominal Group Technique in nursing education: A review.},
  author={Thomas Foth and Nikolaos Efstathiou and Brandi Vanderspank-Wright and Lee-Anne Ufholz and Nadin D{\"u}tthorn and Manuel Zimansky and Susan M Humphrey-Murto},
  journal={International journal of nursing studies},
OBJECTIVES Consensus methods are used by healthcare professionals and educators within nursing education because of their presumed capacity to extract the profession's' "collective knowledge" which is often considered tacit knowledge that is difficult to verbalize and to formalize. Since their emergence, consensus methods have been criticized and their rigour has been questioned. Our study focuses on the use of consensus methods in nursing education and seeks to explore how extensively… CONTINUE READING

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