Measuring professional nursing value development in students participating in international service learning: A quasi-experimental study.

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Summary of "Measuring professional nursing value development in students participating in international service learning: A quasi-experimental study."

International service learning is becoming widely used in nursing education as a means to provide global learning opportunities as well as part of a clinical learning experiences. Concrete outcomes for these experiences have not been clearly supported in previous research. Professional nursing values are an important learning outcome for nursing students and development of professional nursing values has been found to occur through various learning experiences. Determining if international service learning experiences facilitate the development of professional nursing values can support the use of international service learning as a viable pedagogy.


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Name: Nurse education today
ISSN: 1532-2793
Pages: 104221


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