Effectiveness of the clinical teaching associate model to improve clinical learning outcomes: A randomized controlled trial
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- Nurse Educator, 2014, 39 (4), pp. 202 - 205
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This study examined the effectiveness of the clinical teaching associate (CTA) model to improve clinical learning outcomes in nursing students. Students were randomly allocated to either the CTA (n = 28) or traditional training group (n = 32), and their clinical knowledge, skills, and satisfaction with the learning experience were assessed and compared. The results showed that the CTA model was equally effective in improving clinical knowledge, skills, and satisfaction of nursing students. Copyright © 2014 Wolters Kluwer Health.
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