Understanding dyslexia and nurse education in the clinical setting.

@article{SandersonMann2006UnderstandingDA,
  title={Understanding dyslexia and nurse education in the clinical setting.},
  author={Jo Sanderson-Mann and Fiona McCandless},
  journal={Nurse education in practice},
  year={2006},
  volume={6 3},
  pages={127-33}
}
Clinical practice and dyslexia is becoming an important topic with the introduction of disability legislation and changes in nursing school entrance requirements. This paper considers the issues surrounding nursing and dyslexia, drawing on the available evidence. Firstly, the strengths dyslexics can bring to nursing are considered, along with difficulties they can experience, although the evidence is limited, with papers being anecdotal or speculative at times. The attitudes of institutions and… CONTINUE READING
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