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‘I Didn’t Realise They Had Such a Key Role.’ Impact of Medical Education Curriculum Change on Medical Student Interactions with Nurses: A Qualitative Exploratory Study of Student Perceptions

A study exploring the impact of curriculum reform on medical students’ perceptions of their interactions and teamwork with nurses. It concludes that medical education must provide more structured opportunities to work with and learn from nurses in clinical practice, and that research is needed to establish how to foster positive relationships between medical students and nurses.

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Author(s)/Organization(s)
Samuriwo et al.
Tags
medical students, nurses, curriculum, professional stereotypes, interprofessional teamwork, medical education
Audience
Health-care educator/Trainer
Theme
Organizational and team culture, Psychological protection
Cost
Free
Format
Article (Peer reviewed)
Sector
Specific to healthcare
Setting
Learning environment
Identity
Not explicitly
Language
English

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