Using a narrative framework in nursing students’ community placements
This article discusses the applicability of a narrative framework to support student nurses' learning when on placement with a team of community matrons. A narrative framework involves gathering, evaluating and discussing information and the rationale for using one here as that it helped the students think critically about what they had experienced while on placement and provided a specific language for them to make sense of their surroundings, which would in turn influence their subsequent decisions and actions.
Sponsored by: Journal of Community Nursing
Topics: Wound Care
Length: 90 minutes
Status: Unit completed