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Mentoring non-traditional students in clinical practicums: Building on strengths
(Sciedu Press, 2018-03)
Background: As nurse educators respond to increasing numbers of adult learners attending practicum experiences, clinical instructors are one of our richest resources. And yet, the everyday strategies they implement to ...
Beyond Physical Inclusion: A Grounded Theory of Belonging
We used grounded theory to analyze interviews with support workers evaluating a program for individuals with dual diagnosis. Our grounded theory research started with the question, "What is going on in the data?" From ...
Research Ethics Review Processes: Potential Teaching Tools for Health Professions Students
(Scientific Open Access Journals, 2017-10)
This article highlights how research ethics review processes have the potential to be used as teaching tools. Health professions students at the graduate level often conduct research involving human participants as part ...