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Perceptions regarding the clinical accompaniment of student nurses in the Limpopo Province

Esther M Lekhuleni, Dirk M van der Wal, Valerie Ehlers

Health SA Gesondheid; Vol 9, No 3 (2004), . doi: 10.4102/hsag.v9i3.168

Submitted: 08 November 2004
Published:  08 November 2004

Abstract

A quantitative, descriptive, cross-sectional survey was carried out in the Limpopo Province to identify the perceptions of student nurses, nurse educators and unit supervisors concerning student nurses’ clinical accompaniment in this province.

Opsomming
‘n Kwantitatiewe, beskrywende, deursnitopname is gebruik om die persepsies van verpleegstudente, verpleegopvoedkundiges en eenheidstoesighouers oor verpleegstudente se kliniese begeleiding in the Limpopo Provinsie te identifiseer.

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Esther M Lekhuleni, University of the North, South Africa
Dirk M van der Wal, Unisa, South Africa
Valerie Ehlers, Unisa, South Africa

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