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Clinical practice is an essential part of nursing education program. In a complex, rapidly changing, and unpredictable community- based settings (CBS) like schools, family and preventive health care centers, geriatric homes, and occupational settings, students demand quality teaching in the clinical area rather than supervision alone. At the same time, research in nursing Clinical practice is an essential part of nursing education program. In a complex, rapidly changing, and unpredictable community- based settings (CBS) like schools, family and preventive health care centers, geriatric homes, and occupational settings, students demand quality teaching in the clinical area rather than supervision alone. At the same time, research in nursing education over the years has substantiated that clinical teachers must refine their skills and develop their expertise, using self- reflection and feedback from students. While this seems obvious, in some settings, clinical teachers are not prepared for their roles. This guide provides a synthesis of clinical teaching practice standards that are easy to implement and that both nursing students and teachers value. The guide provides readers with an introduction to the role of effevtive clinical teacher. It is designed to address teaching needs in a facilitative environment with experienced clinical educators. It will assist new clinical educators to develop an understanding of basic clinical teaching/learning principles, evaluation and clinical educator role as they relate to the clinical nursing environment within different community- based setting. Nursing students as well as clinical educators prespectives are also explored to develop clinical teaching standards.


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Clinical practice is an essential part of nursing education program. In a complex, rapidly changing, and unpredictable community- based settings (CBS) like schools, family and preventive health care centers, geriatric homes, and occupational settings, students demand quality teaching in the clinical area rather than supervision alone. At the same time, research in nursing Clinical practice is an essential part of nursing education program. In a complex, rapidly changing, and unpredictable community- based settings (CBS) like schools, family and preventive health care centers, geriatric homes, and occupational settings, students demand quality teaching in the clinical area rather than supervision alone. At the same time, research in nursing education over the years has substantiated that clinical teachers must refine their skills and develop their expertise, using self- reflection and feedback from students. While this seems obvious, in some settings, clinical teachers are not prepared for their roles. This guide provides a synthesis of clinical teaching practice standards that are easy to implement and that both nursing students and teachers value. The guide provides readers with an introduction to the role of effevtive clinical teacher. It is designed to address teaching needs in a facilitative environment with experienced clinical educators. It will assist new clinical educators to develop an understanding of basic clinical teaching/learning principles, evaluation and clinical educator role as they relate to the clinical nursing environment within different community- based setting. Nursing students as well as clinical educators prespectives are also explored to develop clinical teaching standards.

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