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Teaching self-management support in Dutch Bachelor of Nursing education

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A.L. Staa,van, Y.N. Becqué, R. Bal, J. Dwarswaard, S.M. Hooft,van | Article | Publication date: 08 June 2018

a mixed methods study of the curriculum

Nurses are expected to support people to self-manage. Student nurses therefore need to master competencies that include the assessment of peoples' needs and preferences, and shared decision-making, whilst respecting and enhancing peoples' autonomy. Adapting nurse education programmes to meet this goal requires insight into the practice of teaching self-management support. In order to reveal this practice, one can distinguish between the intended, the taught, and the received curriculum.

Author(s) - affiliated with Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences

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