First published in 1997, The nursing and health care fields are developing rapidly. This new series of monographs offers reports of projects completed in 1997 in the fields of nursing and health care. The aim of the series is to report studies that have relevance to contemporary nursing and health care practice. It will include reports of research into aspects of clinical nursing care, management and education. The series will be of interest to all nurses and health care workers, researchers, managers and educators in the field.
1. Introduction. 2. Theories of Learning and Teaching. 3. Patient-Centred Nursing Care and Student-Cantered Learning and Teaching. 4. Conclusions Drawn from the Literature Review and the Research Question. 5. Research Methods. 6. Results of the Study. 7. Discussion of the Findings of the Study. 8. Conclusions and Recommendations.
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