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Educación Médica

versión impresa ISSN 1575-1813


FALCO-PEGUEROLES, Anna  y  LUIS-RODRIGO, M. Teresa. A new structure for the teaching-learning of the subject of clinical nursing in Nursing Degree studies. Educ. méd. [online]. 2012, vol.15, n.4, pp.207-212. ISSN 1575-1813.

In Nursing Degree there have been many changes for adapting to the European Higher Education Area aimed to changing methodologies, but have also given rise to new approaches to teaching and learning. Their ultimate goal is to reduce the maladjustments have sometimes been found between theory and practice. Based on the education needs in the field of clinical nursing and also in professional competences, began a process of reflection and analysis resulted in a new organizational structure of matter. This new approach starts with the fundamental objective of improving the teaching of clinical nursing, updating the way we teach nursing and nursing care. Away from the biomedical model focused on the disease that has prevailed until now, the new approach comes from a nursing perspective, and therefore, makes explicit the care of the person with an actual or potential health disturbance. The results of implementing this new approach to the subject 'Clinical Nursing I' in second year of degree studies, show that the new structure represents an improvement in diagnostic accuracy and planning in the nursing process and the identification of responsibility in the independent and interdisciplinary professional axes.

Palabras clave : Clinical nursing; Learning; Nursing Degree; Teaching.

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