Journal article

The influence of a preceptor-student 'Daily Feedback Tool' on clinical feedback practices in nursing education: A qualitative study

Louise Allen, Elizabeth Molloy

Nurse Education Today | CHURCHILL LIVINGSTONE | Published : 2017

Abstract

BACKGROUND: Feedback in clinical education is essential for the development of competent nurses. When the process is enacted well, it offers measured performance against standards required by the nursing health profession, promoting learning and behavioural change. Despite this, health literature describes numerous barriers to effective feedback processes. OBJECTIVE: A qualitative descriptive design was used to determine whether the introduction of a Daily Feedback Tool addressing some of the barriers to effective feedback, influenced nursing students and clinical supervisors (preceptors) experiences in nursing clinical education. METHOD: A total of eight semi-structured focus groups related..

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