Qualitative Critique: A qualitative study of nursing student experiences of clinical practice

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Qualitative Critique on Nursing Clinical Practice Sharif, Farkhondeh and Masoumi, S. (2005). A qualitative study of nursing student experiences of Clinical Practice, Open Access, US: BMC Nursing , pp 1-7. Name of the Student University Name of Professor Date of Submission Number of words 2,977 Abstract This is a critic of the research conducted by Farkhondeh Sharif and Masoumi, S.


They explicated that the study was basically delving about the knowledge generated from the experiences the nursing students learned from the academe as instrumental in the application of the theories in their clinical practices that could help in the developing an effective clinical teaching strategies for nursing education (Sharif et al., 2005, p. 1-7). Thus, the researchers perceived that delving into the empirical experiences of the nurses could contribute in the development in the theoretical formations that could enhance the nursing curricula (Sharif et al., 2005, p. 1-7). However, at the outset, the researcher clarified that they are limited to 90 respondents only from a university and only their responses were used in categorically qualifying the answers for data analysis. The answers were categorized using themes (Sharif et al., 2005, p. 1-7). These are (a) point of view, (b) initial clinical anxiety, (c) theory-practice, (d) clinical supervision, and ( e ) professional roles (Sharif et al., 2005, p. 1-7). Introduction In this study, which is subject of my critical review, the researchers extensively defined clinical experience in nursing education. ...
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