Journal of Intensive and Critical Care Nursing

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Opinion Article - Journal of Intensive and Critical Care Nursing (2023) Volume 6, Issue 2

Strategies for sustaining and enhancing nursing scholars engagement in academic and clinical settings

One of the essential conditions of healthcare systems to meet the broad requirements of cases is the employment of well- good nursers. In this respect, one of the important liabilities of nursing education systems is furnishing high- quality education to nursing scholars and preparing competent nursers so that they can give cases with safe and high- quality care in the future. As a step toward that end nursing preceptors need to use new educational strategies to laboriously engage nursing scholars in learning conditioning in academic and clinical settings. Former studies have shown that adding academic engagement of scholars could increase their desirable academic performance and success. Recent substantiation indicates that engagement in academic-affiliated literacy conditioning is one of the important determinants of scholars ’ success in university

Author(s): Giordano Heather

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