Triggers for reflection in undergraduate clinical nursing education: A qualitative descriptive study.

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Summary of "Triggers for reflection in undergraduate clinical nursing education: A qualitative descriptive study."

Reflection is a key component of effective teaching in baccalaureate nursing education. However, there are limited empirical studies into the factors which trigger reflection in undergraduate clinical nursing education.


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Name: Nurse education today
ISSN: 1532-2793
Pages: 35-40


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