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3 JNE 2016, 4(4): 26-39 Back to browse issues page
Clinical education and its related factors in nursing: A qualitative meta-synthesis study
H Bagheri, M Bazghaleh
Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery, Shahroud University of Medical Sciences,Shahroud, Iran , Moz1756_1791@yahoo.com
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Introduction: Nursing always is recognized as a practical-based profession and clinical education is the main pillar of nursing. The aim of this meta-synthesis is to determine the factors affecting clinical education in nursing in 2003-2013. Methods: In this meta-synthesis study, based on qualitative meta-synthesis method of Noblit & Hare (1988), qualitative studies related to factors affecting nursing clinical education in Iran were retrieved, collected, compared and analyzed in the following databases: SID, Magiran and Iranmedex between the years 2003-2013. Mentioned databases were searched for the following keywords: "clinical education", "field education" and "practical education". Each of the selected studies was reviewed carefully focusing on the details for final interpretation of the clinical education phenomenon. The extracted key concepts from each study were compared with key concepts of other studies. Results: Based on the initial search conducted in the mentioned databases, 18 qualitative studies were found in relation to clinical education and its related factors. From these, 7 studies were closely related to the study subject. In 6 articles, participants were nursing students, nursing faculty members and in 1 article they were clinical practice officers. Selected Studies were performed in 7 cities including: Tehran, Rasht, Isfahan, North Khorasan, Zanjan, Zahedan, and Urmia. Methods of analysis in all studies were content analysis. The last interpretation of the clinical education phenomenon and its related factors were presented in two categories including: facilitating (reinforcing) factors, and threatening factors. Each category was studied in 4 dimensions, including: student, teacher, environment, and educational programs. Conclusion: The results of this study dealing with factors affecting the clinical education could be useful for students, teachers, and officers in the planning of clinical education. Therefore, it is favorable to conduct further studies.
Keywords: Clinical education, Nursing, Qualitative meta-synthesis
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Type of Study: Quantitative-Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2016/01/2 | Accepted: 2016/01/6 | Published: 2016/01/6
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Bagheri H, Bazghaleh M. Clinical education and its related factors in nursing: A qualitative meta-synthesis study. 3 JNE. 2016; 4 (4) :26-39
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