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Challenges in ICT experienced by nurse educators in tertiary institutions in Edo State, Nigeria
Global acclamation of the benefits derived from the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in all facets of life has made its application in nursing education invaluable to both students and educators. This ...
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 ...
Cracking the nut of service learning in nursing at a Higher Education Institution
(AOSIS Publishing, 2015)
BACKGROUND: The readiness of academics to engage in the service-learning (SL) institutionalisation process is not accentuated in research on SL institutionalisation in South Africa. The argument has been advanced that ...
Nurse educators’ experiences and perspectives of incivility among nursing students in a South African school of nursing
This study presents a synthesis of the experiences and perspectives of nurse educators regarding uncivil classroom behaviours of nursing students in a school of nursing. Using a descriptive, phenomenological design, 11 ...
Critical success factors for institutionalising service-learning in a nursing programme at the University of the Western Cape, South Africa
(AOSIS OpenJournals, 2014)
Scholars in the fields of community engagement contend that the service-learning (SL) policy implementation in higher education is more likely to be successful when there is a strong institutional commitment and the policy ...