Undergraduate Nursing Education to Address Patients’ Concerns about Sexual Health: the Perceived Learning Needs of Senior Traditional Four-year and Two-year Recurrent Education (rn-bsn) Undergraduate Nursing Students in Taiwan

@inproceedings{Tsai2014UndergraduateNE,
  title={Undergraduate Nursing Education to Address Patients’ Concerns about Sexual Health: the Perceived Learning Needs of Senior Traditional Four-year and Two-year Recurrent Education (rn-bsn) Undergraduate Nursing Students in Taiwan},
  author={Li-Ya Tsai and Cheng-Yi Huang and Fen-Fen Shih and C Li and Te-Jen Lai},
  booktitle={Nagoya journal of medical science},
  year={2014}
}
The aims of this study were to identify learning needs among traditional four-year and two-year recurrent education (RN-BSN) undergraduate nursing students in Taiwan with regard to patients' concerns about sexual health. A 24-item instrument (Learning Needs for Addressing Patients' Sexual Health Concerns) was used to collect data. Compared to RN-BSN… CONTINUE READING