We are different: Learning needs of accelerated second-degree nursing students
In this study, the authors explored the perceptions of effective teaching-learning strategies from the perspective of graduates of a second-degree prelicensure nursing program. Data were collected using interviews and analyzed using qualitative description. Seven themes were identified. These findings provide a unique perspective in identifying teaching strategies for use with these students and may provide insight and direction to others who have considered or are considering second-degree prelicensure programs.
M. Driessnack, Paula Mobily, Anita Stineman, L. A. Montgomery, T. Clow, and S. Eisbach. "We are different: Learning needs of accelerated second-degree nursing students" Nurse Educator 36.5 (2011): 214-218.
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