Understanding Poverty: Teaching Social Justice in Undergraduate Nursing Education

@article{Hellman2018UnderstandingPT,
  title={Understanding Poverty: Teaching Social Justice in Undergraduate Nursing Education},
  author={A. Hellman and Cary Cass and Heather Cathey and Sarah L Smith and S. Hurley},
  journal={Journal of Forensic Nursing},
  year={2018},
  volume={14},
  pages={11–17}
}
Aim: This article presents results of an exploratory qualitative study examining gains in empathy and social justice beliefs among undergraduate nursing students. [...] Key Method Method: The research team conducted an exploratory qualitative study of student reflective journals. Using an inductive interpretive process, the researchers performed a content analysis of student responses. Results: The researchers identified three constitutive patterns and eight supporting themes as reflected in the students…Expand
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