The concept of person-centred care has gained international recognition over the last decade and forms one of the key concepts of our Nursing Quality Improvement Curricular Framework. This study aimed to investigate nursing student learning about person-centred care during the first-year of their programme. Qualitative thematic analysis of a section of placement learning documents from two consecutive cohorts of students from all fields of nursing (n= 405), supplemented by three focus group discussions.
- student experience
- person-centred care
- practice learning
- nursing training
Currie, K., Bannerman, S., Howatson, V., Macleod, F., Mayne, W., Organ, C., Renton, S., & Scott, J. (2014). ‘Stepping in’ or ‘stepping back’: how first year nursing students begin to learn about person-centred care. Nurse Education Today. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2014.06.008