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Evaluating the impact of online and blended learning in undergraduate nurse education for teaching clinical skills: a systematic review

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  • Aim<Br/>To Determine Whether The Use Of An Online Or Blended Learning Paradigm Has The Potential To
  • <Br/>Background<Br/>Although Previous Systematic Reviews On Online Learning Versus Face To Face Lear
  • 2010
  • Cook Et Al
  • 2010)
  • A Systematic Review On The Impact Of Online Learning And Blended Learning For Teaching Clinical Skil
  • Since Blended Learning Is Widely Used To Combine Elements Of Face To Face Teaching And Online Learni
  • The Merits Of This Pedagogical Approach Should Be Systematically Reviewed
  • <Br/>Design<Br/>The Joanna Briggs Institute (Jbi) Sumari User Guide Version 5 (Jbi 2013) Has Been Us
  • <Br/>Data Sources<Br/>Computerized Searches Of Medline
  • Cinahl
  • Brei
  • Eric And Auei Were Undertaken For The Period 1995- August 2013
  • A Search Of Oclc Dissertation
  • Index Of Thesis
  • Isi Conference Proceedings And Cambridge Scientific Abstracts Were Also Completed
  • <Br/>Review Methods<Br/>The First Database Search Was Medline With Consideration Of Mesh Terms And S
  • Successive Database Searches Originated From The Medline Strategy
  • <Br/>Results<Br/>19 Published Papers Were Identified
  • 17 Papers Reported On Online Approaches And Only 2 Papers Reported On A Blended Approach
  • A Narrative Review And Synthesis Of Findings Focused On The Following Four Areas
  • Performance/Clinical Skill
  • Knowledge
  • Self Efficacy/Clinical Confidence And User Experience/Satisfaction
  • The E-Learning Interventions Used Varied Throughout All The Studies
  • <Br/>Conclusion<Br/>The Evidence That Is Available Here Suggests That Online Learning For Teaching C
  • This Review Highlights The Lack Of Available Evidence On The Implementation Of A Blended Learning Ap
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  • Medicine


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