Use of genitourinary teaching associates (GUTAs) to teach nurse practitioner students: is self-efficacy theory a useful framework?

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Self-efficacy theory guided an examination of the effect of an educational activity using genitourinary teaching associates (GUTAs) with beginning nurse practitioner students. Confidence in and comfort with learning and performing the examinations were evaluated prior to and immediately after the GUTA activity. Statistical analyses revealed significant… (More)

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