Exploring students’ perspectives about an unfolding case study for development of a nursing concept-based curriculum
Nila B. Reimer, PhD - School of Nursing, Indiana University Fort Wayne, Fort Wayne, IN, USA; Laurie Berghoff, DNP - Acute Care Nursing Services, Parkview Health System, Fort Wayne, IN, USA
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The purpose of this research is to uncover nursing student perspectives about an unfolding case study. Iterative content analysis revealing students' enhanced self-confidence of applying nursing care concepts and performing nursing tasks, and self-identification in the nurse role, provide ideas for future concept-based curriculum development integrating an unfolding case study.
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