A 9 page research paper that summarizes a study. In so doing, the significance and applicability of this information will also be discussed relative to both previous nursing research and the studies that have come after it. The writer argues that this research tends to substantiate the significance, applicability and validity of this study. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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children. This use of the word "care" encompasses not only meeting the physical needs of these young patients, but also their emotional and psychological needs. While pediatric nursing educators cover
medical topics relating to pediatrics, the literature on this subjects shows that curricula may not adequately address precisely how to go about establishing a positive nurse/patient relationship with pediatric patients.
It is for this reason, according to Coetzee, nursing students in South Africa approach this topic with reactions that range from "keen anticipation to anxious avoidance" (Coetzee, 2004, p. 639).
Nursing practice and theory are integrally related and nursing educators endeavor to weave these two subjects together in a way that can be comprehended by nursing students; however, as
empirical research shows, this is a complicated task and the nature of this type of learning is still being explored. The 2004 study formulated by Coetzee relates how four consecutive
groups of nursing students in the Bachelor or Nursing program at the University of Cape Town, South Africa addressed the pediatric portion of the curriculum and the learning task of
how to nurse children. This analysis of the Coetzee (2004) study will summarize this piece of research. In so doing, the significance and applicability of this information will also
be discussed relative to both previous research and the studies that have come after it. This research tends to substantiate the significance, applicability and validity of this study. The
Coetzee (2004) study Title and abstract : First of all, in evaluating Coetzees presentation of data, this article, which appeared in the Journal of Advanced Nursing, is clearly written and
aptly named. The study title is "Learning to nurse children: towards a model for nursing students" (Coetzee, 2004, p. 639). As Coetzee does not actually formulate a fully-fledged model, this