Learning to become a person-centred healthcare professional:A mixed-methods study

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Abstract

 International policy and regulatory bodies are increasingly profiling the need for the future healthcare workforce to practice in a person-centred way. Despite this, the explicit embedding of person-centred principles in Healthcare curricula has been slow to progress. This mixed-methods study examined Pre-Registration Nursing students’ understandings and perceptions of person-centred practice, and factors that influenced their learning. The findings demonstrate that although students rated their person-centred practice positively from the end of the first year, certain aspects consistently challenged them throughout their course. Factors that influenced students’ learning informed the development of a conceptual model on learning to become a person-centred healthcare professional.
Original languageEnglish
Pages108-109
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished (in print/issue) - 7 Sep 2022
EventAdvance HE Networking in Education for Healthcare (NET 2022) - Lancaster University
Duration: 6 Sep 20227 Sep 2022
Conference number: 3Bii
https://www.advance-he.ac.uk/programmes-events/conferences/NET2022-Conference

Conference

ConferenceAdvance HE Networking in Education for Healthcare (NET 2022)
Abbreviated titleNET 2022
Period6/09/227/09/22
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Keywords

  • Person-Centred Practice
  • PCPI
  • Healthcare Education
  • Humanising Healthcare Education
  • Person-Centred Learning

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