Student nurses' perceptions of working in aged care: Review of key literature on the impact of clinical experience

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Soper, F.
Heath, Samantha
Grogan, A.
Solomon, B.
Adesina, C.
Kabbar, Eltahir
Groube, J.
Philips, J.
Graham, K.
Topp, M.
Eleno, M.
Page, M.
Taylor, P.
Mall, Robina
Crawford, R.
Johnson, Shobha
Munro, V.
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2022-12-01
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New Zealand
nursing students
aged care
perceptions
workforce
literature reviews
surveys
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Heath, S., Grogan, A. ,; Solomon, B., Adesina, C., Kabbar, E. Soper, F., Groube, J., Philips, J., Graham, K., Topp, M. Eleno, M., Page, M., Taylor, P., Crone, P., Mall, R., Crawford, R., Johnson, S. & Munro, V. (2022, November 30-December 2 ). Student nurses' perceptions of working in aged care: Review of key literature on the impact of clinical experience [Paper presentation]. ITP Research Symposium 2022, Invercargill, New Zealand
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Attitudes and perceptions form as a direct result of experience. In nursing, clinical experience is essential to the development of the practical and relational skills required for success in the profession. Yet, it appears that clinical experience in aged care does not necessarily result in a future nursing workforce that is inspired to work in the specialty. As part of a national study of student nurses’ perceptions of aged care in the polytechnic sector, a literature review indicated key areas of importance linked to clinical experience. In this presentation, these key areas will be summarised with key messages identified.
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