The student experience of a 'kidney CAMP' as a primary care clinical placement for undergraduate nursing students.

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Summary of "The student experience of a 'kidney CAMP' as a primary care clinical placement for undergraduate nursing students."

Historically clinical placements have been within acute care settings. In a more contemporary society, the future focus of health care is primary care, with an emphasis in expanding primary care clinical placements, to meet the needs of increasing workforce requirements. An innovative collaborative educational model was designed to provide a high quality learning experience and to increase numbers of students experiencing a primary care clinical placement.


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Name: Nurse education today
ISSN: 1532-2793
Pages: 104198


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