Original Research

Die bydrae van eenheidsbestuurders in die opleiding van studentverpleegkundiges

A. Lees, M. Muller, M.C. van Huyssteen
Curationis | Vol 15, No 1 | a345 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/curationis.v15i1.345 | © 1992 A. Lees, M. Muller, M.C. van Huyssteen | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 26 September 1992 | Published: 26 September 1992

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A. Lees,, South Africa
M. Muller,, South Africa
M.C. van Huyssteen,, South Africa

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The contribution o f a group of unit managers towards student education, as well as the problems related thereto, has been investigated contextually by means of an explorative descriptive study, utilising structured interviews. The results indicate that, although unit managers have a positive attitude towards student education, they lack insight regarding the programme content, as well as their own informal educational Junction in the clinical situation. Lack of time and inadequate liaison between the college and unit managers seem to aggravate this problem. The recommendations include the design and implementation of in service programmes for unit managers, improved liaison between educational and unit staff, as well as role clarification concerning their informal education responsibilities.


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