Undergraduate nursing student engagement in blended learning: A quality improvement capstone project
Miriam Mitchell, MPH, MSN, BA, RN - School of Nursing, Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand, 6021, New Zealand
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A quality improvement project outlines a PDSA cycle with the aim to improve undergraduate nursing student engagement in blended learning. Nurse educators and students will be guided on the effectiveness of interventions implemented in Moodle in promoting student engagement and success.
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