Teaching psychology: the Australian view
Morrison, P. (1993) Teaching psychology: the Australian view. Nursing Standard, 7 (44). pp. 25-27.
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Teaching psychology to student nurses has assumed great importance in recent years. Making the course applicable to clinical practice, however, remains a challenge. The authors discusses techniques being used in Australia to make psychology relevant to nursing and highlights aspects which could be adopted in the UK.
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