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Back to the bedside. Teaching on nursing rounds.

Whitman N, Gaspar P...(+2 more)

Journal of Gerontological Nursing, vol. 15, issue 8 (1989) pp. 6-9

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Abstract

1. Teaching at the bedside provides the means for nursing students to begin their professional contacts with patients. 2. Teaching at the bedside should begin with selecting patients who illustrate specific problems and obtaining their consent. 3. Connoisseurship in clinical teaching means knowing and appreciating what is clinically significant at the bedside. 4. After teaching at the bedside, it is important to debrief students.

Author-supplied keywords

  • *education
  • *methods
  • *nursing care
  • 80 over
  • aged
  • female
  • geriatric nursing
  • humans
  • informed consent
  • teaching

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  • SGR: 0024710788
  • SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-0024710788
  • PMID: 2760422
  • PUI: 19476100
  • ISSN: 00989134

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