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Child J and Langford E (2011) Exploring the learning experiences of nursing students with dyslexia.
Pages 8 (2008 words)
Critique of “Exploring the learning experiences of nursing students with dyslexia” by Child and Langford (2011) by (student’s name) (Course) (Subject) (Professor) (University) (Date) The fact that the nursing career accepts both dyslexic and non-dyslexic interns is based on the Equality Act of 2010, which affords the same opportunity for non-dyslexic and dyslexic students.
However, the title somehow implies that it is a research study concerning how nursing students with dyslexia naturally learn and behave in the classroom setting. Nevertheless, the study is actually one focused on how nursing students with dyslexia should be able to cope with the rigors of clinical practice, not of classroom work. Therefore, the title should have been “Exploring the learning experiences and coping mechanisms during clinical practice of nursing students with dyslexia.” As to the authors, both are credible. Both Jenny Child and Elizabeth Langford are senior lecturers of adult nursing of the University of England. Therefore, their profession as well as the fact that they are members of the faculty of a prestigious British university makes them credible. However, it would have been better if it was clearly stated that both authors were nurses, although it is most likely so. Moreover, the abstract does summarize the key components of the study: the aim, the method used, findings and conclusions. However, it should have had elaborated a little bit more on the three points that it mentioned in the Findings summary section. Just like the abstract, the rationale for undertaking the research is clearly outlined. ...
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