Studying the old masters of nursing: A critical student experience for developing nursing identity

Authors: Kelly, J.,Watson, R., Watson, J., Needham, M. & O.Driscoll, L. 

Source: Nurse Education in Practice
Volume 26, September 2017, Pages 121-125

Highlights

  • With nurse education shared between two very different organisations, nursing students risk a diminishing sense of identity.
  • Exposure to nursing history may halt tendency towards diminishing sense of identity.
  • This exposure provided an environment to develop nursing students as compassionate and committed practitioners.
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