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ROCA CAPARA, Núria; MORERA POMAREDE, María José; ROLDAN MERINO, Juan  and  RAMIO JOFRE, Anna. Final Project Degree and Tutorial Action Plan in the curriculum of the Degree in Nursing: design, development and evaluation. Enferm. glob. [online]. 2016, vol.15, n.42, pp.143-156. ISSN 1695-6141.

The Tutorial Action Plan (PAT) in the University School of Nursing, is central to the teaching action of professors. The tutor orients in the learning process and the preparation of the Final Degree Project (TFG). In this paper we present the results of research conducted with tutors and students, which aims to evaluate the design and development of the TGF, academic results and their experience and expertise. A descriptive qualitative and quantitative joint design of research and participation. A total sample of 124 students of 4th year in the nursing degree and 37 TGF tutor. Data collection techniques: Academic and evaluation results; 3 focus groups with students and professors; three semi-structured interviews open to students. Results indicate that the most commonly chosen typologies were literary reviews (38.75%) and care plans (24.2%). 63.9% of the chosen topics include Maternal, Pediatric and Clinical Nursing. Students and tutors struggle to develop the TGF and greater tutorial culture is required. It is a complex process of organization and coordination which, however, allows collaborative work of the entire faculty.

Keywords : Final Degree Project; Nursing Degree; Tutorial Action Plan; University Tutoring.

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