Since nursing students spend two thirds of their class time in clinical practice, it is important that their practical experience be connected with their theoretical learning. The challenge for nurse educators is to develop tools for clinical education that actively involve students in learning experiences, with faculty serving as facilitators (2,3). * THE PURPOSE OF THIS RESEARCH WAS TO DESCRIBE STUDENTS' CLINICAL REFLECTIVE PROCESSES AS THEY WORKED INDIVIDUALLY AND IN PAIRS, SOLVING PROBLEMS WHILE CARING FOR PATIENTS. Method CONTEXT OF THE STUDY Participants were 39 nursing students enrolled in a seven-credit Nursing III course offered through the department of nursing in a liberal arts college as part of an associate of science degree program.
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