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Qualitative Critique on Nursing 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 Abstract Just like any abstract, the researchers provided brief disclosure of the background, methodology undertaken in the study, the outcome of research and the conclusion derived thereof.
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 The researchers extensively defined clinical experience as embed in nursing education. The theory provided clinical principles, critical thinking in resolving healthcare issues, including the stresses and brunt that could affect them in the workplace and in relating with health institution and its management. Such included their anxieties (Sharif & Masoumi, 2005, p. 1-7). ...
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