Clinical assessment and the benefit of the doubt: What is the doubt?
Deegan, Joan, Burton, Trish and Rebeiro, Geraldine Anne. (2012). Clinical assessment and the benefit of the doubt: What is the doubt? Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing. 30(1), pp. 42 - 48.
|Authors||Deegan, Joan, Burton, Trish and Rebeiro, Geraldine Anne|
ABSTRACT Introduction Clinical education and associated assessment is an important component of nurse education. A range of factors contribute to a culture that makes the assessment of clinical competence difficult. These factors are environmental, educational, cultural and linguistic diversity amongst students, student expectation, a diverse range of clinical education models. All of which contribute to the variable quality of the clinical education experience and the outcome of clinical assessment.
|Keywords||Clinical education; assessment; competence; clinical supervisor preparation|
|Journal||Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing|
|Journal citation||30 (1), pp. 42 - 48|
|Publisher||Australian Nursing Federation|
|Page range||42 - 48|
|Research Group||School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine|
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|Place of publication||Australia|
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