This paper discusses some of the problems encountered in writing a shortened Common Foundation Programme in nursing for graduates, and outlines a course which takes as its starting point the particular educational needs and requirements of the student group.
Thus, the first question to be addressed by the curriculum writers when designing the course was « How can we teach these students? », rather than « What can we teach them? ». The resulting process-driven course is heavily influenced by the student-centred philosophy of Carl Rogers, and utilizes a variety of large- and small-group methods to facilitate the students in gradually taking responsibility for, and making decisions about, their learning needs.
Mots-clés Pascal : Enseignement supérieur, Nursing, Royaume Uni, Europe, Formation professionnelle, Homme, Infirmier, Personnel sanitaire
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Graduate level education, Nursing, United Kingdom, Europe, Occupational training, Human, Nurse, Health staff
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