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Lived experiences of a community regarding its involvement in a university community-based education programme
(AOSIS OpenJournals, 2013)
BACKGROUND: Community involvement is one of the crucial principles in the implementation of successful community-based education programmes. However, a gap continues to exist between the rhetoric of this principle and the ...
Students’ voices on spiritual care at a Higher Education Institution in the Western Cape
BACKGROUND: Nurses have a moral obligation to ensure holistic care of patients, inclusive of the spiritual dimension. However, there seems to be a void in the teaching and learning of spiritual care in nursing curricula. ...
Nurse educators’ experiences of case-based education in a South African nursing programme
(AOSIS Open Journals, 2015)
BACKGROUND: A school of nursing at a university in the Western Cape experienced an increase in student enrolments from an intake of 150 students to 300 students in the space of one year. This required a review of the ...
Students’ experiences of the Case-Based Teaching and Learning Approach at a school of nursing in the Western Cape, South Africa
With the increase in nursing students’ enrolments in the first year of the Bachelor of Nursing programme at the University of the Western Cape (UWC) from 150 in 2003 to 300 in 2005, case-based education (CBE) was introduced ...
Significance of literature when constructing a theory: a selective literature review
The issues around use of literature in theory construction are often a source of confusion, especially for novice researchers. The very nature of the process of theory construction remains blurred due to lack of consensus ...
Revisiting innovative approaches to teaching and learning in nursing programmes: educators’ experiences with the use of a case-based teaching approach at a nursing school
(Unisa Press, 2014)
Innovative approaches to teaching and learning have been acclaimed by educators in health care related professions as being more suitable to teaching future professionals, and to engendering critical thinking, as well ...