Using the Clinical Learning Environment Inventory (CLEI) to compare nursing student satisfaction with clinical settings
Julie S. Fitzwater, MNE, CNRN - Linfield-Good Samaritan School of Nursing, Linfield University, Portland, OR, USA
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Students in a clinical course are at different hospital sites with different nursing faculty and precepting nurses, including units developed as dedicated education units (DEUs). In order to determine the differences in student experiences from site to site, student satisfaction can be measured with the Clinical Learning Environment Inventory (CLEI).
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|Keywords||Clinical Learning Environment;
Dedicated Education Units;
Prelicensure Baccalaureate Nursing Students;
Clinical Learning Environment Inventory (CLEI)
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